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By Mabel Katz Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
 Publisher : EDITORIAL SIRIO S.A.
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Vivimos en una época en la que muchas personas sienten el peso del mundo sobre sus hombros, lo que se manifiesta como estrés personal y global —desafíos económicos, enfermedades, soledad, depresión, y falta de propósito la vida—. A todos los ciudadanos de este planeta que están en esa lucha, Zero Frequency® les ofrece un camino para salir de la confusión y alcanzar una vida de felicidad, paz y abundancia. Este camino de esperanza se llama Zero Frequency.® Zero Frequency® es el retorno a nuestro estado natural de Cero, el estado ilimitado que surge cuando vivimos en el Ahora —presentes, conscientes, y libres de juicios— dejando que nuestros corazones se abran a la sabiduría que ya mora dentro de cada uno de nosotros. La esencia de Zero Frequency® es vivir en sintonía con quienes somos, una combinación de gratitud, dejarse llevar y practicar la paz. Zero Frequency® es como retornar a nuestra infancia, y a la alegría y la inocencia que hemos perdido a medida que el tiempo y la edad enterraban nuestro auténtico ser . Este libro señalará un camino concreto para ayudarte a despertar y ser consciente de tu potencial. Cuanto más nos ayudamos (y nos sanamos) a nosotros mismos, tanto más podemos ayudar (y sanar) al planeta. ¿Dónde están todas las respuestas para los problemas de la vida? ¿Dónde puedes recuperar tu vida? ¿Volver a descubrir tu ser jubiloso? ¿Encontrar esperanza? En el corazón y en el alma de Zero Frequency®.
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Today’s control system designers face an everincreasing “need for speed and accuracy in their system measurements and computations. New design approaches using microcontrollers and DSP are emerging, and designers must understand these new approaches, the tools available, and how best to apply them. This practical text covers the latest techniques in microcontrollerbased control system design, making use of the popular MSP430 microcontroller from Texas Instruments. The book covers all the circuits of the system, including: · Sensors and their output signals · Design and application of signal conditioning circuits · AtoD and DtoA circuit design · Operation and application of the powerful and popular TI MSP430 microcontroller · Data transmission circuits · System power control circuitry Written by an experienced microcontroller engineer and textbook author, the book is lavishly illustrated and includes numerous specific circuit design examples, including a fully tested and documented handson project using the MSP430 that makes use of the principles described. For students, engineers, technicians, and hobbyists, this practical text provides the answers you need to design modern control systems quickly and easily. Seasoned Texas Instruments designer provides a groundup perspective on embedded control systems Pedagogical style provides a selflearning approach with examples, quizzes and review features
RF Circuit Design
By Richard C. Li Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
 Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
 Isbn : 111830991X
 Pages : 860
 Category : Technology & Engineering
 Reads : 146
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Summarizes the schemes and technologies in RF circuit design, describes the basic parameters of an RF system and the fundamentals of RF system design, and presents an introduction of the individual RF circuit block design. Forming the backbone of today's mobile and satellite communications networks, radio frequency (RF) components and circuits are incorporated into everything that transmits or receives a radio wave, such as mobile phones, radio, WiFi, and walkie talkies. RF Circuit Design, Second Edition immerses practicing and aspiring industry professionals in the complex world of RF design. Completely restructured and reorganized with new content, endofchapter exercises, illustrations, and an appendix, the book presents integral information in three complete sections: Part One explains the different methodologies between RF and digital circuit design and covers voltage and power transportation, impedance matching in narrowband case and wideband case, gain of a raw device, measurement, and grounding. It also goes over equipotentiality and current coupling on ground surface, as well as layout and packaging, manufacturability of product design, and radio frequency integrated circuit (RFIC). Part Two includes content on the main parameters and system analysis in RF circuit design, the fundamentals of differential pair and commonmode rejection ratio (CMRR), Balun, and systemonachip (SOC). Part Three covers lownoise amplifier (LNA), power amplifier (PA), voltagecontrolled oscillator (VCO), mixers, and tunable filters. RF Circuit Design, Second Edition is an ideal book for engineers and managers who work in RF circuit design and for courses in electrical or electronic engineering.
Electronically Scanned Arrays (ESAs) and KSpace Gain Formulation
By Roger A. Dana Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
 Publisher : Springer
 Isbn : 3030046788
 Pages : 113
 Category : Technology & Engineering
 Reads : 963
 File Pdf: electronicallyscannedarrays.pdf
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This book fills in details that are often left out of modern books on the theory of antennas. The starting point is a discussion of some general principles that apply to all electronic systems and to antennas in particular. Just as time domain functions can be expanded in terms of sine waves using Fourier transforms, spatial domain functions can be expanded in terms of plane waves also using Fourier transforms, and Kspace gain is the spatial Fourier transform of the aperture weighting function. Other topics discussed include the Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) formulation of antenna gain and what is missing in this formulation, the effect of sky temperature on the often specified G/T ratio of antennas, sidelobe control using conventional and novel techniques, and ESA digital beamforming versus adaptive processing to limit interference. Presents content the author derived when first asked to evaluate the performance of an electronically scanned array under design with manufacturing imperfections and design limitations; Enables readers to understand the firm theoretical foundation of antenna gain even when they must start from wellknown formulations rather than first principles; Explains in a straightforward manner the relationship between antenna gain and aperture area; Discusses the relationship between sidelobe control algorithms and aperture shape, how to take advantage of it, and what the penalties are; Shows the equivalence of MinimumVariance, Distortionless Response (MVDR) and SpaceTime Adaptive Processing (STAP) and how these algorithms can be used with ESA subarrays to mitigate interference.
PhaseLocked Loop Synthesizer Simulation
By Giovanni Bianchi Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
 Publisher : McGraw Hill Professional
 Isbn : 0071466894
 Pages : 304
 Category : Technology & Engineering
 Reads : 505
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Phase Locked Loop frequency synthesis is a key component of all wireless systems. This is a complete toolkit for PLL synthesizer design, with MathCAD, SIMetrix files included on CD, allowing readers to perform sophisticated calculation and simulation exercises. Describes how to calculate PLL performance by using standard mathematical or circuit analysis programs
Advances in the Casimir Effect
By Michael Bordag,Galina Leonidovna Klimchitskaya,Umar Mohideen,Vladimir Mikhaylovich Mostepanenko Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
 Publisher : OUP Oxford
 Isbn : 0191579882
 Pages : 768
 Category : Science
 Reads : 391
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The subject of this book is the Casimir effect, a manifestation of zeropoint oscillations of the quantum vacuum resulting in forces acting between closely spaced bodies. For the benefit of the reader, the book assembles fieldtheoretical foundations of this phenomenon, applications of the general theory to real materials, and a comprehensive description of all recently performed measurements of the Casimir force with a comparison between experiment and theory. There is an urgent need for a book of this type, given the increase of interest in forces originating from the quantum vacuum. Numerous new results have been obtained in the last few years which are not reflected in previous books on the subject, but which are very promising for fundamental science and nanotechnology. The book is a unique source of information presenting a critical assessment of all the main results and approaches from hundreds of journal papers. It also outlines new ideas which have not yet been universally accepted but which are finding increasing support from experiment.
Empirical Vector Autoregressive Modeling
By Marius Ooms Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
 Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
 Isbn : 3642487920
 Pages : 382
 Category : Business & Economics
 Reads : 814
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1. 1 Integrating results The empirical study of macroeconomic time series is interesting. It is also difficult and not immediately rewarding. Many statistical and economic issues are involved. The main problems is that these issues are so interrelated that it does not seem sensible to address them one at a time. As soon as one sets about the making of a model of macroeconomic time series one has to choose which problems one will try to tackle oneself and which problems one will leave unresolved or to be solved by others. From a theoretic point of view it can be fruitful to concentrate oneself on only one problem. If one follows this strategy in empirical application one runs a serious risk of making a seemingly interesting model, that is just a corollary of some important mistake in the handling of other problems. Two well known examples of statistical artifacts are the finding of Kuznets "pseudowaves" of about 20 years in economic activity (Sargent (1979, p. 248)) and the "spurious regression" of macroeconomic time series described in Granger and Newbold (1986, §6. 4). The easiest way to get away with possible mistakes is to admit they may be there in the first place, but that time constraints and unfamiliarity with the solution do not allow the researcher to do something about them. This can be a viable argument.
Op Amp Applications Handbook
By Walt Jung Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
 Publisher : Elsevier
 Isbn : 0080491995
 Pages : 896
 Category : Technology & Engineering
 Reads : 795
 File Pdf: opampapplicationshandbook.pdf
Book Summary:
Operational amplifiers play a vital role in modern electronics design. The latest op amps have powerful new features, making them more suitable for use in many products requiring weak signal amplification, such as medical devices, communications technology, optical networks, and sensor interfacing. The Op Amp Applications Handbook may well be the ultimate op amp reference book available. This book is brimming with uptodate application circuits, valuable design tips, and indepth coverage of the latest techniques to simplify op amp circuit designs, and improve their performance. As an added bonus, a selection on the history of op amp development provides an extensive and expertly researched overview, of interest to anyone involved in this important area of electronics. * Seven major sections packed with technical information * Anything an engineer will want to know about designing with op amps can be found in this book * Op Amp Applications Handbook is a practical reference for a challenging engineering field.
The Mathematics Companion
By Anthony C. FischerCripps Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
 Publisher : CRC Press
 Isbn : 1466515880
 Pages : 302
 Category : Mathematics
 Reads : 428
 File Pdf: themathematicscompanion.pdf
Book Summary:
Everything You Need to Know about Mathematics for Science and EngineeringUpdated and expanded with new topics, The Mathematics Companion: Mathematical Methods for Physicists and Engineers, 2nd Edition presents the essential core of mathematical principles needed by scientists and engineers. Starting from the basic concepts of trigonometry, the book
Laser Physics and Technology
By Pradeep Kumar Gupta,Rajeev Khare Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
 Publisher : Springer
 Isbn : 8132220005
 Pages : 345
 Category : Science
 Reads : 375
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Book Summary:
The book, ‘Laser Physics and Technology’, addresses fundamentals of laser physics, representative laser systems and techniques, and some important applications of lasers. The present volume is a collection of articles based on some of the lectures delivered at the School on ‘Laser Physics and Technology’ organized at Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology during March, 1230, 2012. The objective of the School was to provide an indepth knowledge of the important aspects of laser physics and technology to doctoral students and young researchers and motivate them for further work in this area. In keeping with this objective, the fourteen chapters, written by leading Indian experts, based on the lectures delivered by them at the School, provide along with class room type coverage of the fundamentals of the field, a brief review of the current status of the field. The book will be useful for doctoral students and young scientists who are embarking on a research in this area as well as to professionals who would be interested in knowing the current state of the field particularly in Indian context.
System Integration
By Kurt Hoffmann Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
 Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
 Isbn : 0470020695
 Pages : 510
 Category : Technology & Engineering
 Reads : 345
 File Pdf: systemintegration.pdf
Book Summary:
The development of largescale integrated systems on a chip has had a dramatic effect on circuit design methodology. Recent years have seen an escalation of interest in systems level integration (systemonachip) and the development of low power, high chip density circuits and systems. Kurt Hoffmann sets out to address a wide range of issues relating to the design and integration of integrated circuit components and provides readers with the methodology by which simple equations for the estimation of transistor geometries and circuit behaviour can be deduced. The broad coverage of this unique book ranges from field effect transistor design, MOS transistor modelling and the fundamentals of digital CMOS circuit design through to MOS memory architecture and design. Highlights the increasing requirement for information on systemonachip design and integration. Combines coverage of semiconductor physics, digital VLSI design and analog integrated circuits in one volume for the first time. Written with the aim of bridging the gap between semiconductor device physics and practical circuit design. Introduces the basic behaviour of semiconductor components for ICs and covers the design of both digital and analog circuits in CMOS and BiCMOS technologies. Broad coverage will appeal to both students and practising engineers alike. Written by a respected expert in the field with a proven track record of publications in this field. Drawing upon considerable experience within both industry and academia, Hoffmann’s outstanding text, will prove an invaluable resource for designers, practising engineers in the semiconductor device field and electronics systems industry as well as Postgraduate students of microelectronics, electrical and computer engineering.
Superconductivity of Metals and Cuprates
By J.R Waldram Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
 Publisher : CRC Press
 Isbn : 135141285X
 Pages : 424
 Category : Science
 Reads : 359
 File Pdf: superconductivityofmetalsandcuprates.pdf
Book Summary:
Superconductivity of Metals and Cuprates covers the basic physics of superconductivity, both the theoretical and experimental aspects. The book concentrates on important facts and ideas, including GinzburgLandau equations, boundary energy, Green's function methods, and spectroscopy. Avoiding lengthy or difficult presentations of theory, it is written in a clear and lucid style with many useful, informative diagrams. The book is designed to be accessible to senior undergraduate students, making it a helpful tool for teaching superconductivity as well as serving as an introduction to those entering the field.
Why You Hear What You Hear
By Eric J. Heller Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
 Publisher : Princeton University Press
 Isbn : 1400845580
 Pages : 624
 Category : Science
 Reads : 107
 File Pdf: whyyouhearwhatyouhear.pdf
Book Summary:
A groundbreaking textbook that explores the phenomena and physics of music and sound Why You Hear What You Hear is the first book on the physics of sound for the nonspecialist to empower readers with a handson, earsopen approach that includes production, analysis, and perception of sound. The book makes possible a deep intuitive understanding of many aspects of sound, as opposed to the usual approach of mere description. This goal is aided by hundreds of original illustrations and examples, many of which the reader can reproduce and adjust using the same tools used by the author (e.g., very accessible applets for PC and Mac, and interactive webbased examples, simulations, and analysis tools that can be found on the book's website: whyyouhearwhatyouhear.com). Readers are positioned to build intuition by participating in discovery. This truly progressive introduction to sound engages and informs amateur and professional musicians, performers, teachers, sound engineers, students of many stripes, and indeed anyone interested in the auditory world. The book does not hesitate to follow entertaining and sometimes controversial side trips into the history and world of acoustics, reinforcing key concepts. You will discover how musical instruments really work, how pitch is perceived, and how sound can be amplified with no external power source. Sound is key to our lives, and is the most accessible portal to the vibratory universe. This book takes you there. The first book on sound to offer interactive tools, building conceptual understanding via an experiential approach Supplementary website (http://www.whyyouhearwhatyouhear.com) provides Java, MAX, and other free, multiplatform, interactive graphical and sound applets Extensive selection of original exercises available on the web with solutions Nearly 400 fullcolor illustrations, many of simulations that students can do