clabacchio

Pesaro, Italy

about.me/clabacchio

Age: 26

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.

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awarded Electorate
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revised Why use higher ISO when using tripod and the object is static?
Corrected some grammar, made a sentence clearer
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revised I want to attenuate my incoming signal whose value is around (+ -) 80V to (+ -) 0.8V
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comment What characteristics make a graph look professional?
Sorry, I made a mistake tagging with information graphics. The scope is technical/scientific documentation, like papers or reports.
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revised What characteristics make a graph look professional?
edited tags
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asked What characteristics make a graph look professional?
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reviewed Close Decibel vs Decibel milliwatts
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reviewed Leave Open Addressing the cylinders of a Hard Drive
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reviewed Leave Open Replacing a transistor in a CCFL inverter circuit
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Is it possible to build homemade storage device?
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revised Amplifier design: feedback with unclear poles
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revised How to characterize SNR for an amplifier with extreme low input signal?
Corrected mistake in naming
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on 200mA constant current @ 6V from 12V battery
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comment Attitude to new users
In my opinion if the two requirements are in contrast, then there's something wrong. Can't you vote to close and leave a comment to help the poster? Can't you just edit the post to improve it's quality? Sometimes I feel that if I can't provide adequate feedback I prefer not doing anything and leave the task to other reviewers.
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comment Calculate Wifi access point distance from reciever?
I disagree with the last part. It's been found that, because of multi-path propagation, moving the receiver a few centimeters (even sideways) can change the received signal by as much as 10dB. Not to mention the effect that walls have.
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revised How do popular free RAW editor/converter compare to each other on Windows?
Removed obsolete claim: ViewNX allow cropping images
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reviewed Leave Open Calculate Wifi access point distance from reciever?
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answered Calculate Wifi access point distance from reciever?
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comment Attitude to new users
@VladimirCravero well, you shouldn't treat noobs differently, you should just consider the quality of the post. Of course, you can't expect that a new user fully understands the site, therefore he might need some pointers and extra patience. But it's all just common sense. Ah, and don't expect everyone else to do the same, that's just life.
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