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Introduction to Microwave Transistor Amplifier Circuit Design

The MICROWAVE TRANSISTOR is a non linear electronic device which principle of operation is similar to that of the low-frequency device. Microwave transistor amplifier design have a more complicated reverse current flow which requires biasing the transistor into the active region of performance and holding this bias or quiescent point constant over variations of temperature. The following file provides detail yet comprehensive information regarding the introduction to Microwave Transistor Amplifier Read more […]

Designing 8 Camera CCTV Circuit Diagram using ZXFV302

The following diagram depicts the design of an 8 Camera CCTV Circuit Diagram using ZXFV302. The ZXFV302 is a 4:1 high speed analog switch designed for use as a buffered video multiplexer. This CCTV circuit diagram are suitable for 75 Ohm transmission line connections.

A 4 Watt Amplifier Portable Radio Circuit Diagram Design using TDA1011

The following schematic depicts the design of a 4 Watt Amplifier Circuit Diagram for portable radio application using TDA1011 from Philips Semiconductor. The device is especially designed for portable radio and recorder applications and delivers up to 4 W in a 4 ? load impedance. List of electronics components are as follows: C1 = 1 Micro Farad, C2 = 1 Micro Farad, C3 = 100 Pico Farad.

Ethernet Controller Circuit Board Design and Components

The following page outlines detail information on how to build and design an Ethernet Controller Circuit Diagram and the PCB Layout. This Ethernet Controller Circuit use the PIC18F452 and the micro C Compiler. This circuit board design features: Control 8 outputs, 3 timers to control the outputs each timer has separate time for start and stop.

Simple Motorcycle Alarm Circuit Diagram by Ron J

The following schematic shows the Simple Motorcycle Alarm Circuit Diagram designed and drawn by Ron J. It uses micro-switches to protect removable panels and the lids of panniers etc.