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This is a circuit for a precision amplifier with digital control that can provide a gain upto 100.
Water is a vital but scarce natural resource. To prevent water wastage, this water tank overflow indicator comes in handy. It gives audio as well visual alarm whenever the water tank overflows. Water tank overflow indicator circuit Fig. 1 shows the...
Normally, sound intensity up to 30 dB is pleasant. Above 80 dB, it becomes annoying. And if it goes beyond 100 dB, it may affect your psychomotor performance, detracting your attention and causing stress. Noise pollution may also affect...
This novel sound scanner sweeps all sound vibrations in its vicinity and converts them into audible beeps. It can sense sound vibrations up to a distance of 6 metres and can be used to monitor sit outs, car porches,...
Audio noise can be annoying, especially if you are trying to listen to a very weak radio station. Peaks of unwanted background noise completely swamp the broadcast signal, making it unintelligible. The audio noise limiter circuit presented here overcomes...
In this video, the author will be explaining the three golden rules when working with OpAmps and how to use them in order to understand and build all kind of OpAmp circuits. The main focus will be the non-inverting...
STMicroelectronics has introduced two 36V opamps that deliver enhanced performance and ruggedness in automotive and industrial applications. The op amps feature a wide supply-voltage range, stability in challenging operating conditions, and tolerance of electrostatic discharge (ESD) up to 4kV...
STMicroelectronics has introduced two 36V op amps that deliver enhanced performance and ruggedness in automotive and industrial applications. The op amps feature a wide supply-voltage range, stability in challenging operating conditions, and tolerance of electrostatic discharge (ESD) up to...