Find in wavelengths how long the line, Electrical Engineering

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Q. A transmission line with air dielectric is 25 m long. Find, in wavelengths, how long the line is at frequencies of 1 kHz, 10 MHz, and 100 MHz.

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DI Disable  Interrupts Instruction The interrupt enable  flip flop is reset and all the  interrupts of 8085 microprocessors  except  TRAP  are disabled . the  instruction  form

Basic characteristics and operation of mosfet, Q. Basic Characteristics and...

Q. Basic Characteristics and Operation of MOSFET ? In Figure the gate-to-source voltage is set to zero volts by the direct connection from one terminal to the other, and a volt

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discussion for experiment

Find the new gain for the inverting-amplifier circuit, Q. An op amp has a f...

Q. An op amp has a finite gain of only 50, but is otherwise ideal. For the inverting-amplifier circuit of Figure, if R 2 = 20 k, what value of R 1 would be needed to give a gain

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Q. Explain about Differentiator? Shown in Figure is a differentiator which is obtained by replacing R1 in the inverting amplifier of Figure by a capacitor C. Assuming ideal op-

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Semiconductor equations, Semiconductor Equations  The semiconductor e...

Semiconductor Equations  The semiconductor equations that are relating these variables are shown below: Carrier density: n = n i exp (E FN - E i / KT)        (1)

ECE, a problem solving problem

a problem solving problem

Mobile communication, #qConsider a point-to-point radio link between two hi...

#qConsider a point-to-point radio link between two highly directional antennas in a stationary environment. The antennas have antenna gains of 30 dB, distance attenuation is 150 dB