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  • Low-Voltage, Low-Power CMOS Current Conveyors
    Low-Voltage, Low-Power CMOS Current Conveyors. Providing a brief history of the first and second generation CC, this text goes on to describe LV LP CCII implementations, their evolution towards differential and generalized topologies, and new possible CCII applications in some basic analog
  • Trim and Draw with Variable Speed Drives
    the speed from a single reference signal may not be sufficient to control the process. An example is load sharing with another drive. It requires that drive's current feedback signal as a scaled modification to its own speed reference. The definition of trim is where a signal is summed with the primary
  • How to: Sensing against the elements
    environments. For example, the current generation of sensors can handle exposure to cleansers, chemicals, extreme temperatures and weld fields while delivering accurate results. Here are just a few examples of how you can minimize downtime from sensor failures and lengthen the time between
  • How to: Sensing against the elements
    IP ratings are a good place to start Proximity sensors have become more and more sophisticated as well as more reliable and rugged with IP-rated and sealed housings and other features. This lets them withstand some of the harshest industrial environments. For example, the current generation
  • MICRO:Product Technology News (Sept. '98 p.60)
    compatibility, and station-to-station applicability. A line of ion implanters for 300-mm wafer processing accommodates technology nodes from 0.25 through 0.13 um. The product line comprises models HE3, MC3, and ULE3 for high-energy, medium-current, and ultra-low-energy applications, respectively

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