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Experimenting with Inductors

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Hi there! This is the first part of my blog in Experimenting with Inductors. Here's a short introduction of me and what I do. I'm a MS by Research Scholar from India working on Radio frequency antennas. I have been working on electronics since last 7-8 years when I picked up interest in Radio Frequency circuits. I decided to pursue my masters in RF. Apart from Antennas, I have also worked on Embedded systems, Analog and RF circuits, SDRs and some general electronics projects.   I have e ...
This blog series is for the element14.com “Experimenting with Inductors” Design Challenge.  In this blog, I experiment with benchtop circuits and Autodesk Fusion 3D animation to explore the tennis ball model of electron flow to describe inductance in a circuit.  This content will be released in two blogs:  this introduction to inductors blog and my inductor application blog.  I hope you enjoy the finished project and, if not had already, gain a great understanding ...
The element14 "Experimenting with Inductors" Design Challenge sounded like a great opportunity to study the effects of the various parameters (inductance, DC resistance and rated current (Isat)) in a DC-DC Step-up regulator circuit.  I have designed several DC-DC Step-up Regulator circuits, including the power pack for my Movers and Shaker competition entry (WalkyII - Walky the Biped Robot - Power pack ). I saw this as an opportunity to dig a little deeper and explore a fuller range of the ...
1. This proposed experiment verifies the function and performance of Inductors with different values in the RF Transmitter and Receiver Circuit.     2. Experiment Circuit and System Block Diagram 2.1 Software Defined Radio normally use specially designed chip and component like FPGA. With improved performance general MCU like Cortex ARM core of M0 or M4 with limited Hardware resources can do similar job. As, 2.2 Features of Software Without boosting performance of FPGA or speciall ...