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This site includes a number of Berkeley classes, hosted by Youtube.com. The University of California, Berkeley is the preeminent public research and teaching institution in the nation. From classic literature to...
Digital systems design relies heavily on hardware description languages and their associated software tools. While VHDL allows functional verification of designs, simulation alone cannot prepare our students for the...
This site includes an interactive Java applet for control systems. Users may drag open-loop corner frequencies with the mouse to improve tracking performance and reject sensor noise in a unity-feedback system.
This animation, created by faculty at Dartmouth University, is a boost converter. The resource features other animations such as buck and discontinuous converters. They also add simple diode, bridge and half-wave...
This website from the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College features an animation of a buck converter. A buck converter is a step-down DC to DC converter. Its design is similar to the step-up boost converter...
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