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H-Bridge: Black Box or Are Details Important?

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taimoortariq
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Re: Hbridge
taimoortariq   12/25/2013 12:05:01 AM
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Also, being on the software side of the things does not mean that you should limit your scope to coding problems only. To have an understanding of these basic circuits really make you think on the next level as well.

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Hbridge
taimoortariq   12/24/2013 11:58:08 PM
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I totally agree with you, most of people usually just limit themselves with only superficial knowledge of h bridge IC , having only the basic knowledge of input commands and their resulting outputs. Its important to have a basic understanding of the circuit. It helps alot in debugging as well .

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Follow the Link
tekochip   12/23/2013 10:26:31 AM
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Anybody reading will really want to follow the external link for some in-depth information.

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