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2 diodes change demagnetization-signal polarity -  04/12/01 EDN-Design Ideas....Power-supply designers usually like flyback converters to operate in DCM (discontinuous-conduction mode) rather than in CCM (continuous-conduction mode). In DCM, the flyback converter is a first-order system at low frequencies, which eases the feedback-loop compensation. You can use a low-cost secondary rectifier... [Design Idea by Christophe Basso, On Semiconductor, Toulouse, Cedex, France]
AN20 Magnetoresistive Sensors: Theory of Operation & Applications -  Zetec Semiconductors  Applications Notes An Introduction to Magnetoresistive sensor technology as used for current and magnetic field sensor products, including ory of operation, a description of parametric terms, and application circuit examples.   (app note added 2/06)
AN37 Basic Introduction to the use of Magnetoresistive Sensors -  Zetec Semiconductors  Applications NotesThis application note provides an introduction to  rudiments of anisotropic magnetoresistive (AMR) sensors for those users who may be unfamiliar with ir characteristics ...

AN-4145/ Electromagnetic Compatibility for Power Converters -  Fairchild Application Notes / (app note added 6/06)
Apex-AN05 Precision Magnetic Deflection -  2/2001, AN5UREVD : 255 Kb (Apex App Note added 08/08/08)

Basic Introduction to the use of Magnetoresistive Sensors -  Zetec Semiconductors  Applications NotesThis application note provides an introduction to  rudiments of anisotropic magnetoresistive (AMR) sensors for those users who may be unfamiliar with ir characteristics and modes of operation and goes on to describe some applications, with guidelines to getting  best use out of  sensors.   (app note added 2/06)
Build a Magnetic Field Immunity Tester -  You can assemble a precompliance (or even full compliance) magnetic field immunity test system in a few hours using common laboratory instruments, a 100-W audio amplifier, some white PVC “Schedule-40” 3/4-in. water pipe, some wood, and a copper or aluminum sheet....(Circuit design added 08/08/08)
Designing LF Talkback for a Magnetic Base Station -  Microchip Application Note Published 5-Mar-04....[App Note]
Electric Field & Leakage Detector -  (electronic Schematic added  02/05)
Electromagnetic Compatibility for Power Converters/ AN-4145 -  Fairchild Application Notes / (app note added 6/06)
Electromagnetic Emissions Test Report on Solid State Energy Meter -  Electro Analog Devices Application Notes....[App Note]This report describes electromagnetic immunity testing performed on September 9, 1999 through September 10, 1999 on the Solid State Energy Meter. Testing was performed pursuant to IEC 1036:1996, a standard for alternating static watt-hour meters for active energy.
Electromagnetic Emissions Test Report on the AD7755 -  AD7755 Analog Devices Application Notes....[App Note]This document describes electromagnetic emissions testing performed on the Energy Meter (AD7755)  on September 8, 1999, pursuant to EN55022 requirements. It may be used to demonstrate compliance with the European Union emissions requirements pursuant to the EMC directive
Electromagnetic field detector (mitedu) -  This circuit is sensitive to low frequency electromagnetic radiation and will detect for example hidden wiring or the field that encompasses a transformer. Pickup is by a radial type inductor, used as a probe which responds well to low frequency changing magnetic and electric fields. Ordinary headphones are used to for detection. The field that surrounds a transformer is heard as a50 or 60Hz buzz.   (added 5/02)
Electromagnetic field detector (tomi.geo) -  This lovely circuit is a real gem! Easy to assemble and more sensitive than many commercial devices available. It's based around an LF351 low-noise operational amplifier and a 1mF choke acting as the sensor. Unlike most other simple EMF detectors, this one has a meter output for accurate reading, but alternatively, you can also roughly....(added 10/05)
Electromagnetic Field Probe with Meter Output -  This tester is designed to locate stray electromagnetic (EM) fields. It will easily detect both audio and RF signals up to frequencies of around 100 kHz. Note, however that this circuit is NOT a metal detector, but....(electronic design added 6/07)
Electromagnetic Levitator -  The model of a small electromagnetic levitation device will be introduced in the....One of the significant parts of the model is the feedback circuit. It….(Circuit design added 05/06)
EMF Probe with Meter -  An electromagnetic field probe designed to detect changing electric and magnetic fields. The probe has a meter output and headphone socket as well.
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