clabacchio

Pesaro, Italy

about.me/clabacchio

Age: 27

I've got a MSc in Electrical Engineering, and I'm currently a trainee at the Technische Universiteit of Eindhoven (TU/e) in a program called Smart Energy Buildings and Cities, where I'm doing a project with NXP Semiconductors.

I love basketball, bikes, outdoor life, travelling, photography, and - last but not least - reading.

Community moderator on Electrical Engineering since August 2012.

Cheat sheet (Thank you Nick!)
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comment Background functionality of a mobile phone
What makes you think that they are all in one chip? If not anything else, for EMC compatibility that wouldn't be a great idea.
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comment compare base current of different transistors
It's impossible to say without knowing the type of transistor (its parameters) and the emitter or collector current
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comment Circuit seems to lack something
If you solved the problem and you think the solution is worth mentioning, you can answer your own question.
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answered How best to review this question ? A correct edit on an answer
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revised USB differential pair length
Small but important change in meaning
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comment Does this linear current source driver deliver constant current?
(little cleanup of the comments...)
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comment Remainder of a 16-bit number divided by 3
Perhaps you could have better luck on Mathematics.se, since it's mostly about trying to exploit binary properties of base-3 numbers.
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revised Why is there a separate Floating Point Units in some micro controllers
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answered Why is there a separate Floating Point Units in some micro controllers
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reviewed Reviewed Battery giving back voltage
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comment Battery giving back voltage
Usually when a battery is used, you put a series diode from the main power source and the battery, to allow charging but not discharging to the source when the voltage drops.
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answered Finding equivalent capacitance part II
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reviewed Reviewed Battery powered sensor node power down circuit
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revised How do I calculate the current in parallel branches?
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Oct
27
accepted Error 1: no input files when making a c file
Oct
27
revised Error 1: no input files when making a c file
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Oct
27
comment Error 1: no input files when making a c file
@hagubear unwind got it right, I'm going to update with the details of what was wrong
Oct
27
comment Error 1: no input files when making a c file
Nice catch! I need to find where does that happen now
Oct
27
asked Error 1: no input files when making a c file
Oct
27
comment Li-ion Battery - Constant Charge
Well, 550mA*0.1s=55mC. Then, C=Q/V but of course as Brian points out, you need a larger capacity to limit the voltage drop. Let's say just 1V, then you need a 55mF cap. I think you can work it out from there.
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