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Finding the frequency components of a Qucs Output.

Fig 1: Initializing the Python Fourier Transform Program

Tonight’s post is again about the harmonic frequencies present in waveforms that are not simple sine waves. I needed a way to analyse the outputs of the circuits we were simulating in Qucs. To do that I had to create myself a tool. I wrote a

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Complex Number Math – Sinusoidal Analysis… the much easier way.

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If you have followed the last couple of posts about phasors,”Vectoring in on a Solution – Phasors” & “Complex Number Math – Sinusoidal Analysis“, you are probably in agreement that sinusoidal analysis it can produce some very nice detailed results. Hopefully you are also in agreement that the

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Programming the Do-Nothing Grinder

The Working Painted Do-Nothing

The problem with doing these posts is that often I don’t have time to finish the things I have started. There are several things I want to finish before I call the do-nothing machine complete. (If you are new to here, a site search for “do-nothing machine” and “ellipsograph” will

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Episode 45: More about programming and Python

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In this episode I clean up a couple of loose ends from the last episode and add a few more reasons I encourage Python as the language of choice for learning programming. I have personally used Python for several things. 1st was the program described in the Audio where I used Python to connect to

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Episode 44: Programming to learn logical thinking.

In this episode I discuss an easy and inexpensive way to learn programming. Python is my language of choice for this because it is Open Source Software that is freely distributed and has excellent documentation to walk you through programming. It is also very powerful software and it works on Linux, Windows, and Mac’s.

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