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Transformerless photovoltaic (PV) inverter systems are getting popular these days due to lower system cost, higher efficiency, easier installation and maintenance.
Describes the black hole phenomenon and how the BroadView Instrumentation Software Suite leverages Broadcom silicon features and detects black-holed packets in real time.
This document provides a brief introduction to OpenNSL and provides summary information about how to build OpenNSL-ready network switching platforms and network switching applications that run on top of OpenNSL.
Although not part of the PCI Express spec, nontransparent bridging is completely consistent with it and can support multiprocessor systems with only minimal software initialization efforts.
This paper discusses the impact of unprotected IGBT destructive tests on the insulation barrier of an Avago gate drive optocoupler.
Over the past two decades, shunt-based current-sensing technology using Broadcom’s optically isolated sigma-delta modulator has gained wide acceptance with industrial general inverters and servo drives over traditional current transformers (CTs) and hall effect sensors (HESs).
The enclosed document shows an example of a PCI Express host running a Gigabit Ethernet network. A PLX switch is added to the network and the resultant system degradation is tested.
As modern factory automation (including servo motors, industrial robots, and computer numerical control [CNC] machines) trends toward higher precision, power, speed, multi-axis, and multi-direction, the requirement for accurate sensing of motor phase current has become ever more demanding.
Review of differential pair properties and how they differ between tightly and loosely coupled pairs.
This article descries how to use optocouplers in such designs to meet the aforementioned challenges.
This paper outlines how to implement multiprocessor systems using industry standard practices established in the PCI paradigm.
Solar energy has recently become a popular alternative energy source to meet demands around the world due to the fluctuation of oil/coal prices and global warming issues.
Global warming and climate changes from CO2 emissions of traditional energy sources, such as those powered by fossil fuels, have created huge markets for alternative power generation.
The nature of light emitting sources used in products mandates worldwide compliance to Optical Radiation Regulations.
Broadcom, inventor of the popular LED-based optical mouse navigation engine, again revolutionized the PC mouse industry with the introduction of LaserStream laser navigation technology.
The mechanical computer mouse, Douglas Engelbart’s invention of the 1960’s, is starting to look like an endangered species. While users praise its ingenuity, many resent its unreliability and its need for frequent cleaning.
Today’s computer mouse comes in many shapes and in a wide range of features, sizes, and prices. The two main technologies driving this input device are optical and mechanical.
Broadcom announced its ADNS-7630 fully integrated and feature-rich Bluetooth (BT) 2.1 System-on-Chip (SoC) LaserStream™ navigation sensor for wireless mouse applications in late 2009.
Trains are one of the most popular transportation systems in the world. They provide a high-speed and low cost method of transporting large amounts of people and goods with low CO2 emissions.