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Temperature sensing for Battery Management Systems
Alain Stas  
8/16/2019   Post a comment
A battery management system (BMS), in addition to many other functions, has to closely monitor voltage, current, and the temperature of battery cells and packs. Temperature measurement is important in preserving the operational characteristics of both the cells and the BMS itself, as well as optimizing the state of health (SOH) by preventing degradation.
NFC: A smart solution that boosts the usage of electronic technology in our daily life, Part 2
Busy Blogger  
8/12/2019   Post a comment
NFC technology may help to track and monitor the sun exposure level
Superseding the 5G Flop That's Disappointing, Costly, and Dangerous to Your Health
Scott Deuty  
8/12/2019   4 comments
5G is falling on its face due to poor signal integrity
NFC: A smart solution that boosts the usage of electronic technology in our daily life, Part 1.
Busy Blogger  
8/11/2019   Post a comment
Near Field Communication (NFC) technology offers many interesting options in the application of smart ICs realized through electronics technology.
The basics of op-amp loop-stability analysis: Breaking the loop
Signal Chain Basics  
8/10/2019   Post a comment
How to generate the open-loop SPICE simulation curves: Open or “break” the loop while injecting a small signal into a high-Z node and look at the response at different points in the loop
2021: A Simulation Odyssey for Thermistors, Part 2
Alain Stas  
8/5/2019   Post a comment
In a VHDL-AMS design, the heat production fluxes created by several transistors, other semiconductor elements, as well as heating elements can be directly injected into thermal RC networks modeling the heatsinks of these elements, or simply the ambient environment.
Filter DC Voltages Outside Your Supply Rails
The Filter Wizard Remastered  
8/5/2019   1 comment

Want to filter a bias, reference or even supply voltage effectively, but using only circuitry that runs off a much lower voltage rail? Might sound impossible, but it’s not. The Filter Wizard shows how it’s done.

Are Inverting Attenuators, with Voltage Feedback Op Amps, Inherently Unstable? and Why Might You Want to Apply Them, Insight #11.
The Signal Sped Up  
8/5/2019   Post a comment
There is an occasional caution that even unity-gain stable Voltage Feedback Amplifiers (VFAs) risk instability in inverting attenuator applications




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A battery management system (BMS), in addition to many other functions, has to closely monitor voltage, current, and the temperature of battery cells and packs. Temperature measurement is important in preserving the operational characteristics of both the cells and the BMS itself, as well as optimizing the state of health (SOH) by preventing degradation.
NFC technology may help to track and monitor the sun exposure level
Near Field Communication (NFC) technology offers many interesting options in the application of smart ICs realized through electronics technology.
How to generate the open-loop SPICE simulation curves: Open or “break” the loop while injecting a small signal into a high-Z node and look at the response at different points in the loop
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