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Linear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT) Circuits
Last Updated on: Friday, October 03, 2014 10:37 AM

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A Closer Look at LVDS Technology -  Pericom Semiconductor Application Note # 041 (app note added 11/06)
Filament transformer adjusts line voltage -  21-Aug-03 Issue of EDN  The problem  I couldn't use my Heathkit oscilloscope in a house I lived in during the 1960s because my lab was too far from the power-line input to the house, and the line drop through the house was substantial. Depending on the time of day, the screen would shrink to perhaps half the normal display size..... [Design Idea by EE Barnes, Cochranville, PA]
Interface between NECL & LVDS -  Pericom Semiconductor Application Note # 036 (app note added 6/06)
Interfacing LVDS to PECL; LVPECL; CML; RS-422 & signal-ended devices -  Pericom Semiconductor Application Note # 047 (app note added 11/06)
Interfacing PECL to LVDS -  Pericom Semiconductor Application Brief # 030 (app note added 11/06)

Precision LVDT Signal Conditioning using Direct RMS to DC Conversion -  DN362  Design Notes (Linear Technology)  (app note added 1/06)
Use a DAC to vary LVDT excitation -  2-Oct-03 Issue of EDN  LVDTs (linear variable differential transformers] are electromechanical measuring devices that convert the position of a magnetic core into electrical signals. You generate these signals via excitation on the primary side. The results on the secondary side—typically, two secondary windings—depend on the position of the core (Figure 1]..... [Design Idea by Anthony Di Tommaso and Ljubisa Milojevic, ABB Inc, Natrona Heights, PA]


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