Theran

Tucson, AZ

Age: 32

Nov
15
awarded Enlightened
Nov
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awarded Nice Answer
Oct
20
awarded Popular Question
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2
awarded Yearling
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awarded Yearling
Aug
14
answered unittest.py doesn't play well with trace.py - why?
May
15
comment Human body and current flow effects
Current in an electrolyte, including the various tissues of the body, is carried by ions rather than bare electrons. Prolonged direct current causes those ions to migrate to/from the electrodes. This causes localized chemical irritation. Most direct applications of electricity for medical uses (TENS, electrosurgery) tend to use AC.
Apr
29
awarded Yearling
Apr
29
reviewed Approve suggested edit on git pull VS git fetch git rebase
Apr
29
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Custom UITableViewCell with UIProgressView
Apr
29
awarded Custodian
Apr
29
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to inherit and extend a list object in Python?
Apr
22
comment Why use RMS values instead of "mean of absolute"
possible duplicate of Why V rms instead of V average?
Apr
8
awarded Informed
Apr
3
answered Why is printf() bad for debugging embedded systems?
Apr
3
answered Inverted signal in biopotential circuit
Apr
3
comment Inverted signal in biopotential circuit
In what way is the phase "wrong"? You can't have a causal filter without a phase shift, so the best you can hope for is roughly constant group delay (linear phase) over your pass band.
Mar
19
answered Determining correct requirements of Instrumentation Amp in measuring large current shunt
Mar
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is there such a thing as a switch that can be actuated automatically?
Feb
23
comment Basic question about voltage
Consider: What does the step function look like from -infinity to 0? What does it look like from 0 to infinity? How can you use this to simplify the integrand?
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