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1. Current in a wire creates an electromagnet. And an inductor. The second coil turns it into a transformer, which is like a gear train for electric charge. Other uses for electromagnetism include the relay, motors of many kinds, and generators. 2. Inductors store a magnetic eld. Like a ywheel, they resist change, so AC signals will be smoothed out by the inductor. DC, however, passes through with nothing more than a bit of resistance. 3. Resistors and inductors can be combined into RL lters, though it is more common to use resistors, capacitors, and inductors together in lters.
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1. There are passive and active components. Semiconductor-based components are active while resistors, capacitors, and inductors are considered to be passive.
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2. Hopefully you remember some of it! Free electrons, holes, majority and minority carriers, dopants, depletion zones. There is a lot of fancy wordsmithing needed to talk about semiconductors. Even more important than the words, which you learn with repeated use, are the concepts and how electrons behave inside the semiconductor lattice. 3. Doped semiconductors comes in two avors, n-type and p-type. An n-type semiconductor has an excess of free electrons. A p-type semiconductor has the reverse condition, an excess of electron-binding holes in the lattice. Both free electrons and holes are charge carriers, and can move freely through the semiconductor. 4. The depletion zone is the junction between n-type and p-type semiconductor chips, where the holes and free electrons join into an insulating layer. Which insulates. A forward-biased depletion zone grows smaller until it conducts current. A reverse-biased depletion zone gets bigger and continues to refuse to conduct current. 5. A transistor is a voltage-controlled insulator. It uses a small forward bias across one of its depletion zones (the emitter/base current) to control the larger conductance through the entire transistor (the emitter/ collector current). This acts like an ampli er, taking a small signal on the base and turning it into a large signal at the collector. 6. The answer is in Fig. 12-18. I bet your picture looks just like it.
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1. The syntax consists of the symbols in the language. Semantics describes what they mean, their purpose in the program. 2. Subroutines are collections of computer statements that, together, perform some task. Subroutines make it easy to organize your program into functional blocks, as well as to use and reuse those blocks as needed. 3. Watching an input means to poll the input. Of course, if the input interrupts the program, it is an interrupt.
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1. You have a lever! Levers can be used to make you stronger. Or you can push on the short side to make a quick action using a short input.
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A lever with the fulcrum in its center doesn t give you strength or speed, but does reverse the direction of motion. 2. The wheel could be your power source, in which case the sticks can be used to create straight-line motion from it. If you have a steam cylinder, the two sticks can work backwards, turning the linear motion into the rotation of the wheel. 3. A four-bar linkage can create parallel motion. Or, with proper design, it can move its coupler between two prede ned positions. 4. You can limit rotation by attaching a ratchet gear to the wheel and using a spring-loaded pawl to prevent reverse rotation.
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1. The human operator makes all of the high-level decisions. They are the intelligence behind the curtain, while the robot gets to worry about the low-level re exive actions. For really lame systems, the operator may be in direct control of the motors. 2. A semi-autonomous robot is only partially under operator control. The operator makes the big decisions and then turns the robot loose to implement them. Many times, it is impossible to have direct control of the robot, so it needs onboard intelligence to control itself between commands. Even if you have mostly direct control, wireless communication can be disrupted so the robot still needs to behave reasonably until the connection can be reestablished.
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