Power Meter and Sensor Tutorial

Most sensors do not provide completely uniform response over their active area (with the exception of integrating sphere sensors, which incorporate this feature as part of their design). Thus, to overcome these uniformity issues, the incident beam should have a diameter that fills at least 10% of the sensor's active area. However, it is also important not to overfill the sensor (i.e., the beam size in the plane of the sensor's active area must not exceed the size of the active area). For high power or high energy beams, we recommend selecting a detector size that is about 20% to 30% larger than the beam diameter. The beam size will also affect whether a source is within the maximum allowed power and energy density specifications for the sensor. These maximum ratings are included in the specifications for each sensor. Please note that if your beam does not have a flat spatial intensity distrubution, the maximum power or energy density specification must not be exceeded in the brightest region of the beam. For example, a beam with gaussian intensity distribution should not have a power (energy) density at the center of the beam that exceeds the power (energy) density specification. See the Definitions tab above for a breakdown of the type of specifications that apply to each sensor type. Linewidth of Light Sources

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What Should I Look for in a Good Speaker System?

First, the specs: 500 watts. The more the merrier, but there are tradeoffs to high power. It often comes at the sacrifice of efficiency and the measurments are often manipulated by the marketing dept. Make sure those are 500 W, RMS per speaker. Marketing departments like to list max power (which is 1.4X RMS) or even list it per pair (cut it in half). Impedance: 4-8 ohms is fine for home and professional audio. Only Car audio gets into crazy numbers like 2 ohms or less. Sensitivity: AKA efficiency. This is important. A 3Db change doubles the percieved sound level. The variation is also important. This is a measurement of the output at each frequency when given the same level of input. They sweep the frequency from lowest to highest at a set power and measure the volume of sund that come out of the speaker. So these speakers, having /-3Db has a 6Db variation from the frequency that is reproduced loudest to the one reproduced quietest. That's a whopping 4X difference in the volume of sound. You will definitely want an active equalizer to go with them. Luckily, active equalizers need not be all that expensive. Frequency: the wider, the better. There's not a whole lot of music under 40Hz. This is not bad for professional work, but a home user would want to compliment it with a subwoofer. My home stereo boasts a DBX subharmonic synthesizer just for that kind of thing. It's a favorite among professoinals too. Powered speakers have the advantage of having the amp matched up with the speakers for you. They are easy to transport and easy to set up. But they are not easy to upgrade and you need to place them somewhere close to a wall plug - or run cords to them. Unpowered speakers are more common and easier to upgrade. But they do take extra time to set up and you need to buy a separate amplifier.

Why do Class AB amplifiers use a pair of diodes instead of a resistor?

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The answer is that it varies with the needs for the design. You can use resistors to bias an AB class amplifier (just look for Class AB on Google images to see a huge variation in designs), though typically you will see some other schema for setting the bias current through the output pair, or a constant current drive for the bases.A lot depends on whether you are setting very low class A capability or not. When using two diodes to bias the output pair you are operating very close to Class B only. In the schematic below it shows both low and high A bias: What you describe with two diodes (which have Vf close to the Vbe of the output pair) are operating at very low Class A current. Typically you might see this in a 5-10 W or so amplifier. Operation in Class A (linear) may only be 200-300 mW. These amplifiers turn up in battery powered products a lot since they have low bias currentIn the second circuit there are 4 diodes, and you will see this commonly in high power (50-100 W) mains driven amplifiers. Here the linear operation may cover 5 W or more. This is done so that when you plug in a headset you typically only use the output as a Class A stage with very low distortion. The two diode bias obviously tracks better thermally than the four diode amplifier, but the larger amplifier is more capable and the output stage has larger heatsinks. In terms of understanding this type of amplifier you can do no better than read the Linsley amplifier design, done before the days of FETs. Equally great reading is Blomleys 'New Approach' design. These guys were at the forefront of amplifier design in the 70's, but FET based designs changed it all.

Difficult-to-machine materials?

I would use what was locally available at reasonable cost. I like lathes best. Chose one with high power to speed test. In the old days, people ran machines slowly to maximize tool life, thinking they were minimzing cost. Now, smart shops run at high speeds, as tool cost is not so significant compared to other costs. 4130 forged bar is a great material for testing. Mediocre machinability, good strength, some degree of hardness, not too expensive. But I think you could use plain carbon steel bar or pipe just as well. It probably requires about 2x more material for similar wear. But what do you mean when you say hard to machine? I do not think you mean exotics that give nasty surface finish. Be careful doing your test and controls. I would claim that tool temperature is a primary wear predictor. Hard to keep this consistent between tests, or even to measure it.

Another 'What is this component?' question

It looks like a cheap, low resistance, high power, resistor (might be a thermistor). I recommend that you use a 5 ohm (or less), 10 watt, resistor as a replacement and measure the voltage drop across it and current to verify that 10 W is the appropriate power

RGB Laser

What is an RGB Laser? RGB lasers are show laser systems with exactly three color modules: red, green and blue. It does not matter if the color sources are DPSS, OPSL oder Diode laser modules. By combining the three colors, whitelight laser effects are possible. What is the best RGB Laser? It depends on your venue, which RGB laser suits best for your purposes. The bigger the location, the more output power you will need. If you want to display demanding graphics projections, you will need RGB lasers with fast scanning systems. For long distance projections, high power and low divergence are required. If you want a good white balance, then a show laser with nearly equal power distribution will be the best choice - e.g. the RTI NANO RGB 30. Are there show lasers with more colors? Basically you can display most colors with an RGB laser system that allows for analog modulation by mixing red, green and blue tones. A typical analog-modulated RGB projector has 256 brightness levels for each laser. This gives (256 x 256 x 256) 16,777,216 different available colors. But if you want your laser with a broader chart of color range, we recommend a Rainbow Laser. They add to the common RGB sources the colors cyan and orange, sometimes even lime. An RGB laser with TTL modulation - color on or off - can display seven colors: red, green, blue, cyan, magenta, yellow, white. Do I need an RGB Laser? That depends what you want to do with the laser display. Laserworld also offers single green, single blue and single red laser systems, but for most spectacular show laser lighting effects more colors are recommended.

Boeing has stopped giving estimates about when the 737 Max will fly again. Is this the beginning of the end of this poorly redesigned aircraft?

Boeing has fixed the MAX. In fact the fix was submitted weeks ago.At issue are training requirements. The FAA and Boeing continue to believe that simulator rides are not required, other regulators are split, as are the carriers themselves. For precisely this reason US carriers will likely be the first to return to service, with the initial July/August estimate continuing to look valid.There's also a flaw in the premise of the question. There was no "poor redesign" of the aircraft, rather there was operator pressure (specifically from Southwest) to not require a new type rating, which necessitated a handling augmentation system to make the MAX handle like the NG when operated light, at high power, low airspeeds, and loaded to the rear limit of the CG envelope. For those describing this as "fiddling with software", this is precisely what was done with the A319/A3XX series for precisely the same reason. Further, there has not been a swept wing jet transport since the dawn of the jet age that has not required computers to maintain controlled flight (Mach trimmers in specific, although there are some aircraft that cannot dispatch with an inoperative yaw damper, either); initially these were hydromechanical or eletrohydraulic analog devices with a slow transition to software implementation of control laws starting in the 80's. The more interesting question is why Boeing abandoned the initial implementation of MCAS at the 11th hour, rolled out the strange thing that they did, and when issues were identified, rolled out something that behaves very much like the initial implementation

Best attack move of each type in Pokemon?

Well I can easily list the strongest moves for every type, but usually those are only for a specific amount of Pokémon (Eg. V-create - Fire - Power 180 only Victini can learn it however). So instead I will list the moves that is not specified to legends, starters, etc :D Fire - Overheat Water - Hydro Pump Electric - Thunder Grass - Leaf Storm Ice - Blizzard Fighting - Theres Focus Punch, Hi Jump Kick but those two are HIGHLY risky so go for Close Combat instead Poison - Gunk Shot or Sludge Wave >_< Ground - Earthquake (Easiest move to choose, high power and accuracy Flying - Brave Bird Psychic - Future Sight Bug - Megahorn Rock - Head Smash Ghost - Shadow Ball (But personally I prefer Giratina's move Shadow Force) Dragon - Draco Metro Dark - Foul Play Steel - Iron Tail (I recognized most steel type move have low accuracy, such as Iron Tail, Meteor Mash, Mirror shot etc) Aaand Normal - Giga Impact (I highly dislike Selfdestruct and Explosion, they are just.. no. They are horrible moves.) Hope this helps!

Why are accesspoints/routers better at being an access point than a adaptor set up as an AP?

For maximum performance Wi-Fi, you want each radio chain to have a high quality, high power, PA (power amplifier - the standard term for the transmit amp) and a high quality LNA (low-noise amp: the receive amplifier). You want each radio chain to have its own well-optimized single-band antenna. You want to de-correlate your antennas to maximize your MIMO benefits. You want to design and position your antennas to have the appropriate coverage pattern for how your AP is likely to be positioned and used. You want to tune your transmit power per antenna and per MCS to ensure you always hit the regulatory limits (without exceeding them) for every possible transmission. You want to keep your radios cool. Heat is a source of RF noise. Read up on "black body radiation" if this is news to you. You want to keep your radios EMI-shielded from the rest of the system. For the rest of the system, you mainly need to make sure it's not a bottleneck. If you are trying to do it in an embedded device you've got to make sure you have enough CPU power to keep up with the CPU demands of the Wi-Fi driver and software, and Cake or FQ-CoDel SQM, and NAT (if enabled) and Gigabit Ethernet (helps to have lots of hardware offloads in your GigE NIC).

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