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VHF block (144, 430 MHz)

Section Civil radio communications. For field equipment in the ranges of 144 and 420 MHz, 6NZP lamps are the most acceptable of running lamps. With equipment assembled on these lamps according to push-pull circuits (Fig. 1), it is possible to remove not only an increased power of the order of 1,5-2,5 W, such equipment is more stable in frequency and less capricious in establishing and operating under certain conditions. On VHF, circuits with a grounded (common) grid are the most successful, but in order to reveal their advantages, it is necessary that the inductance in the grid circuit (common electrode) be reduced to the limit, so that the cathode circuit, which is under RF voltage, is isolated from the filament circuits or the last must have the same RF potential with the cathode. Usually in amateur designs these conditions are not met, and therefore we will explain their meaning in more detail. ... >>

Charger for nickel-cadmium batteries

Section Chargers, batteries, galvanic cells. At present, miniature MP3 players are very popular, especially among young people, as well as electronic cameras that are powered by a voltage source of 1,2 ... 1,5 V. The use of galvanic disposable cells is hardly justified here - the current consumption is high, and even with prolonged continuous operation. Ordinary AAA cells have to be changed several times a day in this mode, which is quite expensive, but the battery can save you a lot of nerves and money. In order for the battery to serve for a long time, it is necessary to ensure its optimal mode, both charging and discharging. ... >>

Monitor Audio Amplifier

Section Transistor power amplifiers. Not all computer sound cards are designed to accept low-impedance headphones, and those that do are usually not capable of sufficient output power for some low-impedance (less than 16 ohm) as well as relatively high-impedance stereo phones. In addition, when they are directly connected to the output of a sound card, there is a risk of damage to it. All this forces cautious PC users to connect their headphones to the appropriate output of an audio power amplifier or preamplifier. In pre-amplifiers, made as an independent device, there is usually an amplifier for headphones, assembled, for example, on the popular K157UD1 op-amp. In UMZCH, signals to the phone jack usually come from the outputs of amplifiers through current-limiting resistors ... >>

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Triple Differential Receiver AD814 15.04.2005

ANALOG DEVICES introduced the AD8143 Triple Differential Receiver, a compact, single-chip solution for receiving differential signals over twisted pairs up to 10 V and outputting a unipolar signal. The chip is designed to accept a tri-color RGB (red, green, blue) signal with a resolution of up to 1600x1200 or less.

The AD8143 is paired with the AD8133 Triple Differential Signal Amplifier for twisted-pair signaling. The microcircuit is produced in the LFCSP-32 package with dimensions of 5x5 mm.

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