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Since 1998 Technick.net site it's a freely accessible Web site about Electronics, Hardware, Software, Guides and Tools. NOTE: The historical Pinouts Archive was moved to: https://allpinouts.org and the Electronic Circuits Archive was moved to: https://circuitsarchive.org This website is organized into the### following sections:

PCB IMPEDANCE AND CAPACITANCE CALCULATOR · TECHNICK.NET PCB Impedance and Capacitance Calculator. Select the box with the geometry that you would like to calculate. THESE FORMULAS ARE APPROXIMATIONS! They should not be used when a high degree of accuracy is required. The approximate formulas are provided along with restrictions on the relative size of the various parameters. STANDARD CERTIFICATION MARKS · TECHNICK.NET The VDE Mark is a symbol for electrical, mechanical, thermal, toxic, radiological and other hazards. For appliances as technical equipment according to the GSG. For ready-to-use equipment, the licence holder may chose to affix the VDE Mark or the VDE GS Mark. For products certified on the basis of harmonized certification agreements. DEFINITIONS OF THE SI BASE AND DERIVED UNITS · TECHNICK.NET SI derived units. Other quantities, called derived quantities, are defined in terms of the seven base quantities via a system of quantity equations.The SI derived unitsfor these derived quantities are obtained from these equations and the seven SI base units. For ease of understanding and convenience, 21 SI derived units have been given special names and symbols, as shown in Table. POST BEEP CODES · TECHNICK.NET AMI BIOS. The following are AMI BIOS Beep Codes that can occur. However because of the wide variety of different computer manufacturers with this BIOS the beep codes may vary. 4.3. CALCULATING THE CAPACITY OF A MODULE · TECHNICK.NET If there are eight 64Mbit chips, it’s a 512Mbit module. However, because the capacity of a module is described in megabytes, not megabits, you have to convert bits to bytes. To do this, divide the number of bits by 8. In the case of the 512Mbit module: 512Mbits. —————– = 64MB 8 bits per byte. 3. AN OVERVIEW OF ESD CONTROL PROCEDURES AND MATERIALS 3. An Overview of ESD Control Procedures and Materials. In Part Two---Principles of ESD Control we introduced four principles of static control and nine key elements of ESD program development and implementation. In Part Three, we will cover some of the primary specific static control procedures and materials that become part of### your program.

AWG TO METRIC CONVERSION CHART · TECHNICK.NET Van den Hul: AWG to Metric Conversion Chart. This table gives closest equivalent size cross references between metric and American wire sizes. In Europe, wire sizes are expressed in cross sectional area in mm² and also as the number of strands of wires of a diameter expressed in mm. For example 7 ⁄ 0 .2 means 7 strands of wire each### 0.2mm

5.1. MODULE FORM FACTORS · TECHNICK.NET 5.1. MODULE FORM FACTORS. The easiest way to categorize memory is by form factor . The form factor of any memory module describes its size and pin configuration. Most computer systems have memory sockets that can accept only one form factor. Some computer systems are designed with more than one type of memory socket, allowing a choice between 1.3. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MEMORY AND STORAGE · … The term memory refers to the amount of RAM installed in the computer, whereas the term storage refers to the capacity of the computer’s hard disk. To clarify this common mix-up, it helps to compare your computer to an office that contains a desk and a file cabinet. The file cabinet represents the computer’s hard disk, which provides### TECHNICK.NET

Since 1998 Technick.net site it's a freely accessible Web site about Electronics, Hardware, Software, Guides and Tools. NOTE: The historical Pinouts Archive was moved to: https://allpinouts.org and the Electronic Circuits Archive was moved to: https://circuitsarchive.org This website is organized into the### following sections:

PCB IMPEDANCE AND CAPACITANCE CALCULATOR · TECHNICK.NET PCB Impedance and Capacitance Calculator. Select the box with the geometry that you would like to calculate. THESE FORMULAS ARE APPROXIMATIONS! They should not be used when a high degree of accuracy is required. The approximate formulas are provided along with restrictions on the relative size of the various parameters. STANDARD CERTIFICATION MARKS · TECHNICK.NET The VDE Mark is a symbol for electrical, mechanical, thermal, toxic, radiological and other hazards. For appliances as technical equipment according to the GSG. For ready-to-use equipment, the licence holder may chose to affix the VDE Mark or the VDE GS Mark. For products certified on the basis of harmonized certification agreements. DEFINITIONS OF THE SI BASE AND DERIVED UNITS · TECHNICK.NET SI derived units. Other quantities, called derived quantities, are defined in terms of the seven base quantities via a system of quantity equations.The SI derived unitsfor these derived quantities are obtained from these equations and the seven SI base units. For ease of understanding and convenience, 21 SI derived units have been given special names and symbols, as shown in Table. POST BEEP CODES · TECHNICK.NET AMI BIOS. The following are AMI BIOS Beep Codes that can occur. However because of the wide variety of different computer manufacturers with this BIOS the beep codes may vary. 4.3. CALCULATING THE CAPACITY OF A MODULE · TECHNICK.NET If there are eight 64Mbit chips, it’s a 512Mbit module. However, because the capacity of a module is described in megabytes, not megabits, you have to convert bits to bytes. To do this, divide the number of bits by 8. In the case of the 512Mbit module: 512Mbits. —————– = 64MB 8 bits per byte. 3. AN OVERVIEW OF ESD CONTROL PROCEDURES AND MATERIALS 3. An Overview of ESD Control Procedures and Materials. In Part Two---Principles of ESD Control we introduced four principles of static control and nine key elements of ESD program development and implementation. In Part Three, we will cover some of the primary specific static control procedures and materials that become part of### your program.

AWG TO METRIC CONVERSION CHART · TECHNICK.NET Van den Hul: AWG to Metric Conversion Chart. This table gives closest equivalent size cross references between metric and American wire sizes. In Europe, wire sizes are expressed in cross sectional area in mm² and also as the number of strands of wires of a diameter expressed in mm. For example 7 ⁄ 0 .2 means 7 strands of wire each### 0.2mm

5.1. MODULE FORM FACTORS · TECHNICK.NET 5.1. MODULE FORM FACTORS. The easiest way to categorize memory is by form factor . The form factor of any memory module describes its size and pin configuration. Most computer systems have memory sockets that can accept only one form factor. Some computer systems are designed with more than one type of memory socket, allowing a choice between 1.3. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MEMORY AND STORAGE · … The term memory refers to the amount of RAM installed in the computer, whereas the term storage refers to the capacity of the computer’s hard disk. To clarify this common mix-up, it helps to compare your computer to an office that contains a desk and a file cabinet. The file cabinet represents the computer’s hard disk, which provides TOOLS · TECHNICK.NET Inductance of Round Wire over a Ground Plane. Inductance of Square Loop. Inductance of Twin Lead. Inductance of Vertically Spaced Traces. Inductance of Wide Trace over a Ground Plane. JSON Editor. Morse Code Converter. PCB Impedance and Capacitance Calculator. PCB Impedance and Capacitance of Asymmetric Stripline. 1. AN INTRODUCTION TO ESD · TECHNICK.NET 1. An Introduction to ESD. History & Background. The decade of the 90's may be remembered as the Decade of Quality in the electronics industry. Increased competition, six-sigma quality, and ISO 9000 have forced a recommitment to quality even in those companies that might not have done so willingly. As we examine our environments for quality 2. PRINCIPLES OF ESD CONTROL · TECHNICK.NET >. 2. Principles of ESD Control. In Part One, we discussed the basics of electrostatic charge, discharge, types of failures, ESD events, and device sensitivity.We summarized this discussion as follows: Virtually all materials, even conductors, can be triboelectrically charged. 5.1. MODULE FORM FACTORS · TECHNICK.NET 5.1. MODULE FORM FACTORS. The easiest way to categorize memory is by form factor . The form factor of any memory module describes its size and pin configuration. Most computer systems have memory sockets that can accept only one form factor. Some computer systems are designed with more than one type of memory socket, allowing a choice between 1.3. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MEMORY AND STORAGE · TECHNICK.NET The term memory refers to the amount of RAM installed in the computer, whereas the term storage refers to the capacity of the computer’s hard disk. To clarify this common mix-up, it helps to compare your computer to an office that contains a desk and a file cabinet. The file cabinet represents the computer’s hard disk, which provides 6. ESD STANDARDS · TECHNICK.NET ESD Standards · Technick.net. 6. ESD Standards. 01 Mar 1998. 6. ESD Standards. In a world that is characterized by change, the ESD industry seems to have jumped into the swirling eddy head-first. Control programs have mushroomed. Black has been replaced by green,### blue and gold.

PCBS FABRICATION METHODS · TECHNICK.NET Different methods to make PCBs. Etching. Etching is probably the easiest and most cost effective. Etching is the process of chemically removing APPLICATIONS OF CROSS-CORRELATION · TECHNICK.NET since the projection of any specific signal onto random, zero-mean noise is close to zero. Another term for this process is called matched filtering.The impulse response of the “matched filter” for a signal is given by .By time reversing , we transform theconvolution implemented by filtering into a cross-correlation operation. > 3.1. HOW MEMORYWORKS WITH THE PROCESSOR · TECHNICK.NET 01 Mar 1998. 3.1. HOW MEMORYWORKS WITH THE PROCESSOR. Main components of a computer system. The CPU is often referred to as the brain of the computer. This is where all the actual computing is done. The chipset supports the CPU. It usually contains several “controllers” which govern how information travels between the processor and other 1.2. THE ROLE OF MEMORY IN THE COMPUTER · TECHNICK.NET A computer uses RAM to hold temporary instructions and data needed to complete tasks. This enables the computer’s CPU (Central Processing Unit), to access instructions and data stored in memory very quickly. A good example of this is when the CPU loads an application program – such as a word processing or page layout program – into memory PCB IMPEDANCE AND CAPACITANCE CALCULATOR · TECHNICK.NET PCB Impedance and Capacitance Calculator. Select the box with the geometry that you would like to calculate. THESE FORMULAS ARE APPROXIMATIONS! They should not be used when a high degree of accuracy is required. The approximate formulas are provided along with restrictions on the relative size of the various parameters. DEFINITIONS OF THE SI BASE AND DERIVED UNITS · TECHNICK.NET SI derived units. Other quantities, called derived quantities, are defined in terms of the seven base quantities via a system of quantity equations.The SI derived unitsfor these derived quantities are obtained from these equations and the seven SI base units. For ease of understanding and convenience, 21 SI derived units have been given special names and symbols, as shown in Table. 4.3. CALCULATING THE CAPACITY OF A MODULE · TECHNICK.NET If there are eight 64Mbit chips, it’s a 512Mbit module. However, because the capacity of a module is described in megabytes, not megabits, you have to convert bits to bytes. To do this, divide the number of bits by 8. In the case of the 512Mbit module: 512Mbits. —————– = 64MB 8 bits per byte. INDUCTANCE CALCULATOR · TECHNICK.NET The approximate formulas used to calculate the inductance are provided along with restrictions on the relative size of the various parameters. All the units are in SI (Iternational System): = meter. = Henry. Note: µ0 = 4¶·10 -7 Hm -1. STANDARD CERTIFICATION MARKS · TECHNICK.NET The VDE Mark is a symbol for electrical, mechanical, thermal, toxic, radiological and other hazards. For appliances as technical equipment according to the GSG. For ready-to-use equipment, the licence holder may chose to affix the VDE Mark or the VDE GS Mark. For products certified on the basis of harmonized certification agreements. 6. ESD STANDARDS · TECHNICK.NET This Standard recommends the parameters, procedures, and types of materials needed to establish an ESD grounding system for the protection of electronic hardware from ESD damage. This system is used for personnel grounding devices, worksurfaces, 5.1. MODULE FORM FACTORS · TECHNICK.NET 5.1. MODULE FORM FACTORS. The easiest way to categorize memory is by form factor . The form factor of any memory module describes its size and pin configuration. Most computer systems have memory sockets that can accept only one form factor. Some computer systems are designed with more than one type of memory socket, allowing a choice between STRIPLINE IMPEDANCE · TECHNICK.NET Although the impedances of ordinary stripline are readily available on the web, I include my numbers as well. The first figure gives the geometry defining the parameters. The next figure is of the impedances. The red trace shows my results, and the blue trace is the formula. Z=60 ln (1.9 (2+t/h)/ (0.8w/h+t/h)) that is seen on the### internet here

APPLICATIONS OF CROSS-CORRELATION · TECHNICK.NET since the projection of any specific signal onto random, zero-mean noise is close to zero. Another term for this process is called matched filtering.The impulse response of the “matched filter” for a signal is given by .By time reversing , we transform theconvolution implemented by filtering into a cross-correlation operation. > POST BEEP CODES · TECHNICK.NET AMI BIOS. The following are AMI BIOS Beep Codes that can occur. However because of the wide variety of different computer manufacturers with this BIOS the beep codes may vary. PCB IMPEDANCE AND CAPACITANCE CALCULATOR · TECHNICK.NET PCB Impedance and Capacitance Calculator. Select the box with the geometry that you would like to calculate. THESE FORMULAS ARE APPROXIMATIONS! They should not be used when a high degree of accuracy is required. The approximate formulas are provided along with restrictions on the relative size of the various parameters. DEFINITIONS OF THE SI BASE AND DERIVED UNITS · TECHNICK.NET SI derived units. Other quantities, called derived quantities, are defined in terms of the seven base quantities via a system of quantity equations.The SI derived unitsfor these derived quantities are obtained from these equations and the seven SI base units. For ease of understanding and convenience, 21 SI derived units have been given special names and symbols, as shown in Table. 4.3. CALCULATING THE CAPACITY OF A MODULE · TECHNICK.NET If there are eight 64Mbit chips, it’s a 512Mbit module. However, because the capacity of a module is described in megabytes, not megabits, you have to convert bits to bytes. To do this, divide the number of bits by 8. In the case of the 512Mbit module: 512Mbits. —————– = 64MB 8 bits per byte. INDUCTANCE CALCULATOR · TECHNICK.NET The approximate formulas used to calculate the inductance are provided along with restrictions on the relative size of the various parameters. All the units are in SI (Iternational System): = meter. = Henry. Note: µ0 = 4¶·10 -7 Hm -1. STANDARD CERTIFICATION MARKS · TECHNICK.NET The VDE Mark is a symbol for electrical, mechanical, thermal, toxic, radiological and other hazards. For appliances as technical equipment according to the GSG. For ready-to-use equipment, the licence holder may chose to affix the VDE Mark or the VDE GS Mark. For products certified on the basis of harmonized certification agreements. 6. ESD STANDARDS · TECHNICK.NET This Standard recommends the parameters, procedures, and types of materials needed to establish an ESD grounding system for the protection of electronic hardware from ESD damage. This system is used for personnel grounding devices, worksurfaces, 5.1. MODULE FORM FACTORS · TECHNICK.NET 5.1. MODULE FORM FACTORS. The easiest way to categorize memory is by form factor . The form factor of any memory module describes its size and pin configuration. Most computer systems have memory sockets that can accept only one form factor. Some computer systems are designed with more than one type of memory socket, allowing a choice between STRIPLINE IMPEDANCE · TECHNICK.NET Although the impedances of ordinary stripline are readily available on the web, I include my numbers as well. The first figure gives the geometry defining the parameters. The next figure is of the impedances. The red trace shows my results, and the blue trace is the formula. Z=60 ln (1.9 (2+t/h)/ (0.8w/h+t/h)) that is seen on the### internet here

APPLICATIONS OF CROSS-CORRELATION · TECHNICK.NET since the projection of any specific signal onto random, zero-mean noise is close to zero. Another term for this process is called matched filtering.The impulse response of the “matched filter” for a signal is given by .By time reversing , we transform theconvolution implemented by filtering into a cross-correlation operation. > POST BEEP CODES · TECHNICK.NET AMI BIOS. The following are AMI BIOS Beep Codes that can occur. However because of the wide variety of different computer manufacturers with this BIOS the beep codes may vary. TOOLS · TECHNICK.NET Inductance of Round Wire over a Ground Plane. Inductance of Square Loop. Inductance of Twin Lead. Inductance of Vertically Spaced Traces. Inductance of Wide Trace over a Ground Plane. JSON Editor. Morse Code Converter. PCB Impedance and Capacitance Calculator. PCB Impedance and Capacitance of Asymmetric Stripline. BUILD SOFTWARE WITH DOCKER · TECHNICK.NET Introduction. Two of the major requirements for a Continuous Integration/Delivery system (CI/CD) are: Isolation: the ability to run a well isolated environment from other builds executed on the same infrastructure;; Reproducibility: the ability to reproduce the build environment from a pre-defined setup.; These requirements also apply to local development environments, ensuring developers the 1. AN INTRODUCTION TO ESD · TECHNICK.NET 1. An Introduction to ESD. History & Background. The decade of the 90's may be remembered as the Decade of Quality in the electronics industry. Increased competition, six-sigma quality, and ISO 9000 have forced a recommitment to quality even in those companies that might not have done so willingly. As we examine our environments for quality DEFINITIONS OF THE SI BASE AND DERIVED UNITS · TECHNICK.NET SI derived units. Other quantities, called derived quantities, are defined in terms of the seven base quantities via a system of quantity equations.The SI derived unitsfor these derived quantities are obtained from these equations and the seven SI base units. For ease of understanding and convenience, 21 SI derived units have been given special names and symbols, as shown in Table. STANDARD CERTIFICATION MARKS · TECHNICK.NET The VDE Mark is a symbol for electrical, mechanical, thermal, toxic, radiological and other hazards. For appliances as technical equipment according to the GSG. For ready-to-use equipment, the licence holder may chose to affix the VDE Mark or the VDE GS Mark. For products certified on the basis of harmonized certification agreements. AWG TO METRIC CONVERSION CHART · TECHNICK.NET Van den Hul: AWG to Metric Conversion Chart. This table gives closest equivalent size cross references between metric and American wire sizes. In Europe, wire sizes are expressed in cross sectional area in mm² and also as the number of strands of wires of a diameter expressed in mm. For example 7 ⁄ 0 .2 means 7 strands of wire each### 0.2mm

POST BEEP CODES · TECHNICK.NET AMI BIOS. The following are AMI BIOS Beep Codes that can occur. However because of the wide variety of different computer manufacturers with this BIOS the beep codes may vary. 3. AN OVERVIEW OF ESD CONTROL PROCEDURES AND MATERIALS 3. An Overview of ESD Control Procedures and Materials. In Part Two---Principles of ESD Control we introduced four principles of static control and nine key elements of ESD program development and implementation. In Part Three, we will cover some of the primary specific static control procedures and materials that become part of### your program.

6. WHAT TO CONSIDER WHEN BUYING MEMORY · TECHNICK.NET 6. WHAT TO CONSIDER WHEN BUYING MEMORY. One of the quickest and easiest ways to identify the right memory modules and expansion options for your computer is to use a memory configurator. Like some of the other major memory manufacturers, Kingston makes a memory configurator available. You can access Kingston’s configurator### through their home

1.3. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MEMORY AND STORAGE · TECHNICK.NET The term memory refers to the amount of RAM installed in the computer, whereas the term storage refers to the capacity of the computer’s hard disk. To clarify this common mix-up, it helps to compare your computer to an office that contains a desk and a file cabinet. The file cabinet represents the computer’s hard disk, which provides PCB IMPEDANCE AND CAPACITANCE CALCULATOR · TECHNICK.NET PCB Impedance and Capacitance Calculator. Select the box with the geometry that you would like to calculate. THESE FORMULAS ARE APPROXIMATIONS! They should not be used when a high degree of accuracy is required. The approximate formulas are provided along with restrictions on the relative size of the various parameters. DEFINITIONS OF THE SI BASE AND DERIVED UNITS · TECHNICK.NET SI derived units. Other quantities, called derived quantities, are defined in terms of the seven base quantities via a system of quantity equations.The SI derived unitsfor these derived quantities are obtained from these equations and the seven SI base units. For ease of understanding and convenience, 21 SI derived units have been given special names and symbols, as shown in Table. 4.3. CALCULATING THE CAPACITY OF A MODULE · TECHNICK.NET If there are eight 64Mbit chips, it’s a 512Mbit module. However, because the capacity of a module is described in megabytes, not megabits, you have to convert bits to bytes. To do this, divide the number of bits by 8. In the case of the 512Mbit module: 512Mbits. —————– = 64MB 8 bits per byte. INDUCTANCE CALCULATOR · TECHNICK.NET The approximate formulas used to calculate the inductance are provided along with restrictions on the relative size of the various parameters. All the units are in SI (Iternational System): = meter. = Henry. Note: µ0 = 4¶·10 -7 Hm -1. STANDARD CERTIFICATION MARKS · TECHNICK.NET The VDE Mark is a symbol for electrical, mechanical, thermal, toxic, radiological and other hazards. For appliances as technical equipment according to the GSG. For ready-to-use equipment, the licence holder may chose to affix the VDE Mark or the VDE GS Mark. For products certified on the basis of harmonized certification agreements. 6. ESD STANDARDS · TECHNICK.NET This Standard recommends the parameters, procedures, and types of materials needed to establish an ESD grounding system for the protection of electronic hardware from ESD damage. This system is used for personnel grounding devices, worksurfaces, STRIPLINE IMPEDANCE · TECHNICK.NET Although the impedances of ordinary stripline are readily available on the web, I include my numbers as well. The first figure gives the geometry defining the parameters. The next figure is of the impedances. The red trace shows my results, and the blue trace is the formula. Z=60 ln (1.9 (2+t/h)/ (0.8w/h+t/h)) that is seen on the### internet here

5.1. MODULE FORM FACTORS · TECHNICK.NET 5.1. MODULE FORM FACTORS. The easiest way to categorize memory is by form factor . The form factor of any memory module describes its size and pin configuration. Most computer systems have memory sockets that can accept only one form factor. Some computer systems are designed with more than one type of memory socket, allowing a choice between APPLICATIONS OF CROSS-CORRELATION · TECHNICK.NET since the projection of any specific signal onto random, zero-mean noise is close to zero. Another term for this process is called matched filtering.The impulse response of the “matched filter” for a signal is given by .By time reversing , we transform theconvolution implemented by filtering into a cross-correlation operation. > POST BEEP CODES · TECHNICK.NET AMI BIOS. The following are AMI BIOS Beep Codes that can occur. However because of the wide variety of different computer manufacturers with this BIOS the beep codes may vary. PCB IMPEDANCE AND CAPACITANCE CALCULATOR · TECHNICK.NET PCB Impedance and Capacitance Calculator. Select the box with the geometry that you would like to calculate. THESE FORMULAS ARE APPROXIMATIONS! They should not be used when a high degree of accuracy is required. The approximate formulas are provided along with restrictions on the relative size of the various parameters. DEFINITIONS OF THE SI BASE AND DERIVED UNITS · TECHNICK.NET SI derived units. Other quantities, called derived quantities, are defined in terms of the seven base quantities via a system of quantity equations.The SI derived unitsfor these derived quantities are obtained from these equations and the seven SI base units. For ease of understanding and convenience, 21 SI derived units have been given special names and symbols, as shown in Table. 4.3. CALCULATING THE CAPACITY OF A MODULE · TECHNICK.NET If there are eight 64Mbit chips, it’s a 512Mbit module. However, because the capacity of a module is described in megabytes, not megabits, you have to convert bits to bytes. To do this, divide the number of bits by 8. In the case of the 512Mbit module: 512Mbits. —————– = 64MB 8 bits per byte. INDUCTANCE CALCULATOR · TECHNICK.NET The approximate formulas used to calculate the inductance are provided along with restrictions on the relative size of the various parameters. All the units are in SI (Iternational System): = meter. = Henry. Note: µ0 = 4¶·10 -7 Hm -1. STANDARD CERTIFICATION MARKS · TECHNICK.NET The VDE Mark is a symbol for electrical, mechanical, thermal, toxic, radiological and other hazards. For appliances as technical equipment according to the GSG. For ready-to-use equipment, the licence holder may chose to affix the VDE Mark or the VDE GS Mark. For products certified on the basis of harmonized certification agreements. 6. ESD STANDARDS · TECHNICK.NET This Standard recommends the parameters, procedures, and types of materials needed to establish an ESD grounding system for the protection of electronic hardware from ESD damage. This system is used for personnel grounding devices, worksurfaces, STRIPLINE IMPEDANCE · TECHNICK.NET Although the impedances of ordinary stripline are readily available on the web, I include my numbers as well. The first figure gives the geometry defining the parameters. The next figure is of the impedances. The red trace shows my results, and the blue trace is the formula. Z=60 ln (1.9 (2+t/h)/ (0.8w/h+t/h)) that is seen on the### internet here

5.1. MODULE FORM FACTORS · TECHNICK.NET 5.1. MODULE FORM FACTORS. The easiest way to categorize memory is by form factor . The form factor of any memory module describes its size and pin configuration. Most computer systems have memory sockets that can accept only one form factor. Some computer systems are designed with more than one type of memory socket, allowing a choice between APPLICATIONS OF CROSS-CORRELATION · TECHNICK.NET since the projection of any specific signal onto random, zero-mean noise is close to zero. Another term for this process is called matched filtering.The impulse response of the “matched filter” for a signal is given by .By time reversing , we transform theconvolution implemented by filtering into a cross-correlation operation. > POST BEEP CODES · TECHNICK.NET AMI BIOS. The following are AMI BIOS Beep Codes that can occur. However because of the wide variety of different computer manufacturers with this BIOS the beep codes may vary. TOOLS · TECHNICK.NET Inductance of Round Wire over a Ground Plane. Inductance of Square Loop. Inductance of Twin Lead. Inductance of Vertically Spaced Traces. Inductance of Wide Trace over a Ground Plane. JSON Editor. Morse Code Converter. PCB Impedance and Capacitance Calculator. PCB Impedance and Capacitance of Asymmetric Stripline. BUILD SOFTWARE WITH DOCKER · TECHNICK.NET Introduction. Two of the major requirements for a Continuous Integration/Delivery system (CI/CD) are: Isolation: the ability to run a well isolated environment from other builds executed on the same infrastructure;; Reproducibility: the ability to reproduce the build environment from a pre-defined setup.; These requirements also apply to local development environments, ensuring developers the 1. AN INTRODUCTION TO ESD · TECHNICK.NET 1. An Introduction to ESD. History & Background. The decade of the 90's may be remembered as the Decade of Quality in the electronics industry. Increased competition, six-sigma quality, and ISO 9000 have forced a recommitment to quality even in those companies that might not have done so willingly. As we examine our environments for quality DEFINITIONS OF THE SI BASE AND DERIVED UNITS · TECHNICK.NET SI derived units. Other quantities, called derived quantities, are defined in terms of the seven base quantities via a system of quantity equations.The SI derived unitsfor these derived quantities are obtained from these equations and the seven SI base units. For ease of understanding and convenience, 21 SI derived units have been given special names and symbols, as shown in Table. STANDARD CERTIFICATION MARKS · TECHNICK.NET The VDE Mark is a symbol for electrical, mechanical, thermal, toxic, radiological and other hazards. For appliances as technical equipment according to the GSG. For ready-to-use equipment, the licence holder may chose to affix the VDE Mark or the VDE GS Mark. For products certified on the basis of harmonized certification agreements. AWG TO METRIC CONVERSION CHART · TECHNICK.NET Van den Hul: AWG to Metric Conversion Chart. This table gives closest equivalent size cross references between metric and American wire sizes. In Europe, wire sizes are expressed in cross sectional area in mm² and also as the number of strands of wires of a diameter expressed in mm. For example 7 ⁄ 0 .2 means 7 strands of wire each### 0.2mm

POST BEEP CODES · TECHNICK.NET AMI BIOS. The following are AMI BIOS Beep Codes that can occur. However because of the wide variety of different computer manufacturers with this BIOS the beep codes may vary. 3. AN OVERVIEW OF ESD CONTROL PROCEDURES AND MATERIALS 3. An Overview of ESD Control Procedures and Materials. In Part Two---Principles of ESD Control we introduced four principles of static control and nine key elements of ESD program development and implementation. In Part Three, we will cover some of the primary specific static control procedures and materials that become part of### your program.

6. WHAT TO CONSIDER WHEN BUYING MEMORY · TECHNICK.NET 6. WHAT TO CONSIDER WHEN BUYING MEMORY. One of the quickest and easiest ways to identify the right memory modules and expansion options for your computer is to use a memory configurator. Like some of the other major memory manufacturers, Kingston makes a memory configurator available. You can access Kingston’s configurator### through their home

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* Ammonium Persulfate: Etchant for copper-plated PC Boards * AWG to Metric Conversion Chart * Basic Soldering Guide * Basics of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) * 0. Introduction to Static Electricity * 1. An Introduction to ESD * 2. Principles of ESD Control * 3. An Overview of ESD Control Procedures and Materials * 4. Auditing and Training * 5. Device Sensitivity and Testing### * 6. ESD Standards

### * 7. Bibliography

* Batteries in a Portable World 2nd Ed. * 00. About the Author### * 00. Author's Note

* 00. Frequently Asked Questions about Batteries (FAQ)### * 00. Introduction

### * 00. Links

* 00. Order Batteries in a Portable World * 00. Part Four – Beyond Batteries * 00. Part One - Battery Basics Everyone Should Know * 00. Part Three – Knowing Your Battery * 00. Part Two – You and the Battery### * 00. TOC

* 01. When was the battery invented? * 01. When was the battery invented? 2 * 01. When was the battery invented? 3 * 02. Battery Chemistries * 02. Battery Chemistries * 02. Battery Chemistries 2 * 02. Battery Chemistries 3 * 02. Battery Chemistries 4 * 02. Battery Chemistries 5 * 02. Battery Chemistries 6 * 02. Battery Chemistries 7 * 02. Battery Chemistries 8 * 02. Battery Chemistries 9 * 03. The Battery Pack * 03. The Battery Pack 2 * 03. The Battery Pack 3 * 03. The Battery Pack 4 * 03. The Battery Pack 5 * 03. The Battery Pack 6 * 04. Proper Charge Methods * 04. Proper Charge Methods 10 * 04. Proper Charge Methods 2 * 04. Proper Charge Methods 3 * 04. Proper Charge Methods 4 * 04. Proper Charge Methods 5 * 04. Proper Charge Methods 6 * 04. Proper Charge Methods 7 * 04. Proper Charge Methods 8 * 04. Proper Charge Methods 9 * 05. Discharge Methods * 05. Discharge Methods 2 * 05. Discharge Methods 3 * 05. Discharge Methods 4 * 05. Discharge Methods 5 * 06. The Secrets of Battery Runtime * 06. The Secrets of Battery Runtime 2 * 06. The Secrets of Battery Runtime 3 * 07. The ‘Smart’ Battery * 07. The ‘Smart’ Battery 2 * 07. The ‘Smart’ Battery 3 * 07. The ‘Smart’ Battery 4 * 07. The ‘Smart’ Battery 5 * 07. The ‘Smart’ Battery 6 * 07. The ‘Smart’ Battery 7 * 08. Choosing the Right Battery * 08. Choosing the Right Battery 2 * 08. Choosing the Right Battery 3 * 08. Choosing the Right Battery 4 * 09. Internal Battery Resistance * 09. Internal Battery Resistance 2 * 09. Internal Battery Resistance 3 * 10. Getting the Most from your Batteries * 10. Getting the Most from your Batteries 2 * 10. Getting the Most from your Batteries 3 * 10. Getting the Most from your Batteries 4 * 10. Getting the Most from your Batteries 5 * 10. Getting the Most from your Batteries 6 * 10. Getting the Most from your Batteries 7 * 11. Maintaining Fleet Batteries * 11. Maintaining Fleet Batteries 2 * 11. Maintaining Fleet Batteries 3 * 12. Battery Maintenance Equipment * 12. Battery Maintenance Equipment 2 * 12. Battery Maintenance Equipment 3 * 12. Battery Maintenance Equipment 4 * 12. Battery Maintenance Equipment 5 * 13. Making Battery Quick-Test Feasible * 13. Making Battery Quick-Test Feasible 2 * 13. Making Battery Quick-Test Feasible 3 * 13. Making Battery Quick-Test Feasible 4 * 13. Making Battery Quick-Test Feasible 5 * 14. Non-Correctable Battery Problems * 14. Non-Correctable Battery Problems 2 * 14. Non-Correctable Battery Problems 3 * 15. Caring for Your Batteries from Birth to Retirement * 15. Caring for Your Batteries from Birth to Retirement 2 * 15. Caring for Your Batteries from Birth to Retirement 3 * 15. Caring for Your Batteries from Birth to Retirement 4 * 15. Caring for Your Batteries from Birth to Retirement 5 * 15. Caring for Your Batteries from Birth to Retirement 6 * 15. Caring for Your Batteries from Birth to Retirement 7 * 15. Caring for Your Batteries from Birth to Retirement 8 * 16. Practical Battery Tips * 16. Practical Battery Tips 2 * 16. Practical Battery Tips 3 * 17. Did you know . . . ? * 17. Did you know . . . ? 2 * 17. Did you know . . . ? 3 * 17. Did you know . . . ? 4 * 17. Did you know . . . ? 5 * 17. Did you know . . . ? 6 * 18. Beginnings and Horizons * 18. Beginnings and Horizons 2 * 18. Beginnings and Horizons 3 * 18. Beginnings and Horizons 4 * 18. Beginnings and Horizons 5 * Controlling Electrical Hazards * Dielectric Constants of Material * Ferric Chloride Solution: Etchant for copper-plated PC Boards * On Cables and Connections * Passive Components Codes Guide * PCBs Fabrication Methods * SODIUM METASILICATE, PENTAHYDRATE * Standard Certification Marks * Standard Resistors Values * Stripline Impedance### * Hardware

### * Mouse Cleaning

### * Networking

* Device Servers: Network-Enabling Nearly Any Device * Ethernet Tutorial Part I: Networking Basics * Ethernet Tutorial Part II: Adding Speed * Ethernet Tutorial Part III: Sharing Devices * Guide to Using Fast Ethernet * Network Switching Tutorial### * POST Beep Codes

### * RAID Technology

### * SCSI Technology

* The Ultimate Memory Guide v.6 * 0. Table of Contents * 1. WHAT IS MEMORY?### * 1.1. INTRODUCTION

* 1.2. THE ROLE OF MEMORY IN THE COMPUTER * 1.3. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MEMORY AND STORAGE * 1.4. MEMORY AND PERFORMANCE * 1.5. HOW MUCH MEMORY DO YOU NEED?### * 10. THE GLOSSARY

### * 2. A CLOSER LOOK

* 2.1. WHAT MEMORY LOOKS LIKE * 2.2. WHERE MEMORY COMES FROM * 2.3. WHERE MEMORY GOES IN THE COMPUTER * 3. HOW MEMORY WORKS * 3.1. HOW MEMORYWORKS WITH THE PROCESSOR * 3.2. MAXIMIZING PERFORMANCE * 4. HOW MUCH MEMORY IS ON A MODULE? * 4.1. BITS AND BYTES * 4.2. CPU AND MEMORY REQUIREMENTS * 4.3. CALCULATING THE CAPACITY OF A MODULE### * 4.4. STACKING

* 5. DIFFERENT KINDS OF MEMORY * 5.1. MODULE FORM FACTORS * 5.2. MAJOR CHIP TECHNOLOGIES * 5.3. MEMORY TECHNOLOGIES FOR VIDEO OR GRAPHICS PROCESSING * 5.4. OTHER MEMORY TECHNOLOGIES YOU MAY HAVE HEARD ABOUT * 5.5. ERROR CHECKING * 5.6. OTHER SPECIFICATIONS * 6. WHAT TO CONSIDER WHEN BUYING MEMORY * 6.1. COMPATIBILITY * 6.2. HOW TO READ A BANK SCHEMA### * 6.3. QUALITY

* 6.4. PRICING AND AVAILABILITY * 7. HOW TO INSTALL MEMORY * 7.1. BEFORE YOU INSTALL * 7.2. IMPORTANT THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND * 7.3. INSTALLING THE MEMORY * 8. TROUBLESHOOTING MEMORY PROBLEMS * 8.1. COMMON MEMORY PROBLEMS * 8.2. BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING * 8.3. WHEN THE PROBLEM OCCURS * 8.4. HANDLING SPECIFIC PROBLEMS * 8.5. STILL NEED HELP? * 9. MORE ABOUT KINGSTON * 9.1. COMPANY OVERVIEW * 9.2. HOW TO REACH KINGSTON * 9.3. WHY KINGSTON?### * Software

### * ASCII Table

* Build Software with Docker * Formatting bytes in a spreadsheet cell * Simple API JSON Response Format * Software Automation * Software Configuration * Software Logging Format### * Software Metrics

### * Software Naming

* Software Structure * Software Versioning### * Theory

* Definitions of the SI base and derived units * Digital Audio Resampling * 00. Table Of Content * 01. What is Bandlimited Interpolation? * 02. Available Software * 03. Theory of Operation### * 04. Abstract

### * 05. Introduction

* 06. Theory of Ideal Bandlimited Interpolation * 07. From Theory to Practice * 08. Implementation * 09. Quantization Issues * 10. Choice of Table Size * 11. Choice of Interpolation Resolution### * 12. Conclusions

* 13. Exact Sinc-Interpolation of Sampled Periodic Signals * 14. Appendix B: Relation between Sinc and Lagrange Interpolation### * 15. Bibliography

* 16. About this document### * 17. Footnotes

* Elementary Digital Filter Theory * 00. Table Of Content * 01. Positive Real Functions * 02. Relation to Stochastic Processes * 03. Relation to Schur Functions * 04. Relation to functions positive real in the right-half plane * 05. Special cases and examples * 06. Minimum Phase (MP) polynomials in Z * 07. Conjectured Properties * 08. Introduction to Digital Filter Theory * 09. Linearity and Time-Invariance * 10. Difference Equation * 11. Convolution Representation * 12. Frequency Response * 13. Phase Delay and Group Delay * 14. Vector Space Concepts * 15. Specific Norms * 16. Concavity (Convexity)### * 17. Concave Norms

* 18. Gradient Descent * 19. Taylor's Theorem * 20. Newton's Method * 21. Maxims of Signal Processing### * 22. Index

### * 23. Bibliography

* 24. About this document### * 25. Footnotes

* Mathematics of the Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) * 00. Table Of Content * A Basic Tutorial on Sampling Theory * A First Look at Taylor Series * About this document### * Acknowledgement

### * Alias Operator

* Aliasing of Sampled Continuous-Time Signals * An Example of Changing Coordinates in 2D * An Example Vector View * An Orthonormal Sinusoidal Set * Appendix A: Linear Time-Invariant Filters and Convolution * Appendix A: Round-Off Error Variance * Appendix B: Electrical Engineering 101 * Appendix B: Introductory Statistical Signal Processing * Appendix C: Mathematica/Matlab Examples * Appendix D: The Similarity Theorem * Appendix: Matlab Examples * Application of the Shift Theorem to FFT Windows * Applications of Cross-Correlation### * Audio Decay Time

### * Autocorrelation

### * Back to e

* Back to e^(j theta) * Bandlimited Interpolation in Time### * Bibliography

* Binary Integer Fixed-Point Numbers * Cauchy-Schwarz Inequality * Causal FIR Filters### * Changing the Base

### * Circular Motion

### * Coherence

* Comparing Analog and Digital Complex Planes### * Complex Numbers

### * Complex Roots

### * Complex Sinusoids

### * Conclusions

* Conjugation and Reversal * Constructive and Destructive Interference of Sinusoids### * Convolution

* Convolution Representation * Convolution Representation of LTI Filters * Convolution Theorem### * Correlation

* Correlation Theorem### * Cross-Correlation

### * DB for Display

### * DB SPL

### * DBm Scale

### * DBV Scale

* De Moivre's Theorem### * Decibels

* Decimation Operator * Decimation Theorem (Aliasing Theorem) * Derivation of Taylor Series Expansion with Remainder * Derivatives of f(x)=a^x### * DFT Math Outline

* Difference Equation * Digital Filter Theory Summary### * Does it Work?

* Dual of the Convolution Theorem### * Dynamic Range

* Elementary Relationships### * Euler's Formula

### * Euler's Theorem

* Even and Odd Functions * Example 1: FFT of a Simple Sinusoid * Example 2: FFT of a Not-So-Simple Sinusoid * Example 3: FFT of a Zero-Padded Sinusoid * Example 4: Blackman Window * Example 5: Use of the Blackman Window * Example 6: Hanning-Windowed Complex Sinusoid * Example Applications of the DFT### * Example Sinusoids

### * Exponentials

* Factoring a Polynomial with Real Roots### * Figure 7.2

### * Figure 7.3

* Figuring Out Sampling Theory by Playing Around with Complex### Sinusoids

### * Finiteness

### * FIR Filters

### * Flip Operator

* Floating-Point Numbers### * Footnotes

* Formal Statement of Taylor's Theorem * Fourier Theorems for the DFT * Fractional Binary Fixed-Point Numbers * Frequencies in the \ * Frequency Response * Further Notes on Differentiability of Audio Signals * General Conditions * General Formula for Two's-Complement, Integer Fixed-Point Numbers * Generalized Complex Sinusoids### * Geometric Series

* Geometric Signal Theory * Gram-Schmidt Orthogonalization * Graphical Convolution * How Many Bits are Enough for Digital Audio? * Imaginary Exponents * In-Phase and Quadrature Sinusoidal Components### * Index

* Informal Derivation of Taylor Series Expansion### * Introduction

* Introduction to Complex Numbers * Introduction to Digital Filter Analysis * Introduction to the DFT### * Law Companding

* Linear Number Systems for Digital Audio * Linear Phase Terms### * Linearity

* Linearity and Time-Invariance * Linearity of the Inner Product * Little Endian Formula * Logarithmic Fixed-Point Numbers * Logarithmic Number Systems for Digital Audio### * Logarithms

* Logarithms of Negative and Imaginary Numbers * Logarithms, Decibels, and Number Systems * LTI Filters and the Convolution Theorem * Mathematica for Selected Plots * Mathematics of the DFT### * Matlab Examples

### * Matrices

* Matrix Formulation of the DFT * Matrix Multiplication * Method 1: Additive Synthesis * Modulo Indexing, Periodic Extension * More Notation and Terminology * Motivating Example and Overview * Multiplication of Decimal Numbers * Music 320 Background Reader Mathematics of the Discrete Fourier### Transform (DFT)

* Negative Exponents * Norm Induced by the Inner Product * Norm of the DFT Sinusoids### * Normalized DFT

* Notation and Terminology * Numerical Tools in Mathematica * Numerical Tools in Matlab * One's Complement Fixed-Point Format### * Order

### * Orthogonality

* Orthogonality of Sinusoids * Orthogonality of the DFT Sinusoids### * Other Norms

### * Outline

* Phase Delay and Group Delay * Polynomial Multiplication * Positive and Negative Frequencies * Positive Integer Exponents### * Power Theorem

### * Powers of

### * Preface

### * Projection

* Projection of Circular Motion * Proof of Euler's Identity * Properties of DB Scales * Properties of Exponents * Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) * Rational Exponents * Rayleigh Energy Theorem (Parseval's Theorem)### * Real Exponents

* Reconstruction from Samples--Pictorial Version * Reconstruction from Samples--The Math * Recovering a Continuous-Time Signal from its Samples### * Repeat Operator

### * Sampled Sinusoids

* Shannon's Sampling Theorem### * Shift Operator

### * Shift Theorem

* Sidebar on Mathematica### * Signal Metrics

### * Signal Operators

* Signal Reconstruction from Projections * Signals as Vectors### * Sinusoids

* Sinusoids and Exponentials * Sinusoids at the Same Frequency * Special Case: The Mth Roots of Unity * Specific DB Scales### * Spectral Phase

* Spectrum Analysis of a Sinusoid: Windowing, Zero-Padding, and the### FFT

### * Stretch Operator

* Stretch Theorem (Repeat Theorem)### * Symmetry

* The Analytic Signal and Hilbert Transform Filters * The BiQuad Section### * The Complex Plane

### * The DFT

* The DFT and its Inverse### * The DFT Derived

### * The DFT Matrix

* The Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) Derived### * The Exponent Zero

* The Fourier Theorems * The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra### * The Inner Product

### * The Length 2 DFT

* The Pythagorean Theorem in N-Space * The Quadratic Formula * The Weierstrass (Polynomial) Approximation Theorem### * Transfer Function

* Triangle Difference Inequality * Triangle Inequality * Two's Complement Fixed-Point Format### * Vector Addition

### * Vector Cosine

* Vector Subtraction * What frequencies are representable by a geometric sequence? * When Do We Have to Swap Bytes When Changing Computers? * Why (Generalized) Complex Sinusoids are Important * Why Exponentials are Important * Why Sinusoids are Important### * Zero Padding

* Zero Padding Theorem * Multiples and Submultiples Prefixes Tables### * Tools

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