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Regulated bipolar power supply, 12/6 volts 2 amps

Section Power supplies. In the laboratory of a radio amateur, as a rule, there is an adjustable stabilized power supply. By adding a simple prefix to it, you can get a bipolar power source. A diagram of such a prefix is ​​shown in the figure. It is designed to work in conjunction with a stabilizer with an output voltage of 12 volts and a load current of 2 A. The set-top box is equipped with a transistorized power amplifier, which made it possible to increase the efficiency of the device when the load resistance changes over a wide range. The ratio of the output voltages of the source can be changed within 0,6 ... 1,6 with a variable resistor R2. With a ratio equal to 1, the maximum load current of each arm is 2 A, while at extreme values ​​it should be reduced by 1,5 ... 2 times. The prefix works like a voltage stabilizer with a regulating element connected in parallel ... >>

Metal detectors TR-IB (Transmitter Receiver - Induction Balance), theory

Section Metal detectors. Recently, metal detectors TR-IB (Transmitter Receiver - Induction Balance), or simply TR, which are based on the principle of reception and transmission, have been especially popular. In such devices, called balanced metal detectors, the coil system is balanced to zero mutual inductance. The main feature of TR-IB devices is that it is not the reflected signal of the transmitter that enters the receiving coil, but the signal, the source of which is eddy currents excited on the surface of a metal object. ... >>

Digital frequency converter

Section Digital technology. Pulses with a stable repetition rate are usually formed from a crystal oscillator signal using a divider that lowers its frequency by the required (mostly integer) number of times. However, there are frequent cases when, due to the lack of the required quartz resonator, the ratio of the initial and required frequencies is not integer, and then it is necessary to use dividers with a fractional conversion factor [1, 2]. True, the period of oscillations they form is not constant, but in some devices this does not matter. ... >>

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The researchers used the liquid mixture as an alternative to paper, where a low concentration of charged ions and large colloidal particles replace traditional ink. A small ion exchange bead that can replace large charged particles becomes a writing pen.

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