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# bhargava

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1. ## need a eboo on matlab

Hi Cryonic!!!.... Thanks a lot the books are great and extremely useful to me. thanks for the books . Regards... Bye... Bhargava. :)

3. ## need a eboo on matlab

Hi Ante!!! Thanks for the book . I'll wanna keep innovating with all ur blessings..... Thank you.... :) :) :) Bhargava
4. ## need a eboo on matlab

hi ! Ineed a good ebook on matlab preferably a copy of Buck, J. R., M. M. Daniel, and A. C. Singer. Computer Explorations in Signals and Systems Using MATLAB&reg;. as early as possible so some one pls help me out.... Thanks... :) Bhargava
5. ## help on bode plots...

Hi, I need a detialed account on BODE PLOTS the theory behind them , practical applications etc..., almost every thing about them .I've not come across any book which deals in depth with the reasons behind the plot. so please help me out!!! Thank you.... :)
6. ## 2 transmitters 1 antenna is it possible?!

Hi Ante, But both the frequency bands do not overlap the frequencies are totally different so i think interference won't arise .any ways please clarify if both signals do not have common frequencies so please clarify.... Thank you Bhargava
7. ## Help On Another Transistor Question

Hi Sundin, I've worked the problem out for verification these are the answers IcQ =1.64mA VCEQ= 6.68V The equtions used the logic ,theory almost every thing is lucidly explained in Electronic Devices and circuits by MILLMAN & HALKIAS from TMH ok then Bye... Bhargava
8. ## 2 transmitters 1 antenna is it possible?!

Hi, I just got across an idea is it possible to implement it please clarify with both theoritical,practical implications.. If we have 2 transmitters (modulators analog comm (AM)) whose modulated frequency bands do not overlap transmitting different messages can we use single antenna to transmit both of them... please clarify... Thanks... Bhargava
9. ## current series feed back in amplfiers

Hi Zepplin,AudioGuru, Thanks for I've got what i wanted my doubt was clarified thanks for the additinal info provided. Bhargava
10. ## could any one help on this topic

Hi Vasu.P(ECE star), The topic has a related IETE paper try reading it byeee ;D :) ;) :D ;D >:( :( :o 8) ??? :P
11. ## bluetooth in modem

Hi!, I did not get ur idea!!! To my knowledge a modem is required only if u use analog communicationlike a telephone link etc..., But blutooth is digitally implemented system!!! So... Pls clarify... bye...
12. ## why no UV communication system?

Hi, I was just wondering why dont we have a Ultra Violet communication technology? Well we know that higher the freq. easier the commminication the UVs are higher freqs, easier to produce also it helps us increase the availble spectra as all of us know frequency is a valuble resource so why there is no UV comm. system in vogue. Or atleast is there any research going on in the area clarify please..... Your's Bhargava.
13. ## super conducting microwave filters

Hi guys!, Hello I'm up to give a seminar on the high temperature super conducting microwave filters. if u have any stuff related to that it is gonna help me a lot pls help me out
14. ## need a good matlab tutorial

Hi, I need a MATLAB which is good enough especially inorder to use for control systems,communications toolboxs and also basics some one suggest me good links Greetings..... Bye............
15. ## current series feed back in amplfiers

Hi, audioguru!!!, Well what you said was right but this term"CURRENT SERIES FEEDBACK" is used in many a standard literature on basic amplifiers(by Millman etc...,)I basically understood the phenomenon but couldn't justify the name given to it. Obviously the name given must be apt and should carry some meaning with it. To me current series feed back means output current of an ampbeing collected, given as an input to a feed back ckt(block) whose out put is fed in series with the input but i can't figue out this phenomenon so make the picture clearer to me!!! Greetings... Merry Christmas.... Bye... :) :) :)
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