Monthly Archives: August 2011

Low Current Measurement C: Feedback Ammeter

In the last post, shunt ammeter is briefly discussed. In this post, feedback ammeter will be introduced. 1. What are the basic components of a feedback ammeter? Fig.1 shows the general configuration of a feedback ammeter. The input current flows … Continue reading

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Low Current Measurement B: Shunt Ammeter

There are two common methods of current measurement – the shunt ammeter and the feedback ammeter. In this post, the shunt ammeter method will be discussed. 1. What are the basic components of a shunt ammeter? Shunting the input of … Continue reading

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Low Current Measurement A: Data Specification

There was a time when I devotedĀ  myself entirely to the IEEE state-of-arts. I was fascinated by their new architectures, new algorithms, and new building blocks. Later, when I sit whole days doing circuit layout. And then again, I sit … Continue reading

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My top 5

No pay no gain. I finally know my top 5 strengths via the on-line test, which costs me $13.71 to buy the book with a test code inside it (ideally, ignore the shipping fee). What’s more, I got a 18-page … Continue reading

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Knowing your strengths

“From the cradle to the cubicle, we devote more time to fixing our shortcomings than to developing our strengths. – StrengthsFinder 2.0“ This sentence is from a personal-development website, which I knew from one of my friends. She once asked … Continue reading

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