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Low-Pass Filter  
This circuit diagram illustrates a simple 'RC' low-pass filter. This page provides a Java experiment which you can use to explore its properties when the applied signal is a sinewave. This lets you discover the Frequency Response of the circuit.
Submitted: Nov 15, 1999
RC Integrator  
This circuit diagram illustrates a simple 'RC' integrator. This page provides a Java experiment which you can use to explore its properties when the applied signal is a squarewave.
Submitted: Nov 15, 1999
Exploring Java Programming for Medical Electronics  
Write once, run anywhere is a motto commonly used by Java advocates. But with its origins in the desktop world, can Java be applicable to embedded devices, especially mission-critical ones such as medical electronics? This article provides an introduction to Java, describes its benefits and drawbacks, and offers an implementation model for Java in embedded environments...
Submitted: Nov 15, 1999
High-Pass Filter  
This circuit diagram illustrates a simple 'RC' high-pass filter. This page provides a 'Java' experiment which you can use to explore its properties when the applied signal is a sinewave. This lets you discover the Frequency Response of the circuit.
Submitted: Nov 15, 1999
Resonant Filter  
The RLC filter that is the subject of this experiment has the property of tending to preferentially allow through frequencies at or near to its Resonant Frequency.
Submitted: Nov 15, 1999
RC Differentiator  
This circuit diagram illustrates a simple 'RC' differentiator. This page provides a 'Java' experiment which you can use to explore its properties when the applied signal is a squarewave.
Submitted: Nov 15, 1999
IBM to license Sun's Java patents, build processors  
IBM Microelectronics Division and Sun Microelectronics Inc. announced that IBM is licensing Sun's Java chip patents and will build processors for devices ranging from wristwatches to network computers.
Submitted: Dec 10, 1999



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