If you want to access the 5th element of X (FORTRAN arrays start at 1, by the way, or at least they used to when I was programming), then it's simply X(5).
do 100 i = 1,5
print ( *,1000 ) X(i)
1000 format ( 1x, f6.2 )...
This doesn't look right to me...
You appear to be defining n as a real number (floating point), then using it to define an array.
Also, why are you defining X and as two dimensional arrays?
Surely X(n) and Y(n) would be...
Have you tried putting 7 or 8 leading spaces before your code lines yet?
Columns 1 to 6 are reserved for labels and the continuation character.
Obviously something like
Wouldn't need leading spaces in front of the 123, but does need the spaces between the 3 of 123...
Here I am, looking the TI ttl databook, what do you know?
The 7408 has a totem pole output.
In other words, it has an active pullup and an active pulldown.
For standard ttl, the pullup doesn't pullup very far, 2.4V at 400uA... not much compared with a CMOS 74hc08...
There is a way to transform DC up & down...
It's called a static inverter.
The power line under the English Channel that connects the UK power system to France uses DC to avoid having to synchronise the generators on either side of the link.
This possibility didn't exist before the...
Instead of using an alternator driven by a steam engine to give AC, he used a dynamo driven by a steam engine to give DC.
The problem with DC is that you can't use transformers to increase or decrease the voltage, which is what makes grid power transmission so much more efficient by reducing...
The other thing that springs to mind is that there's a load of template files in a subdirectory of MPLAB.
They're found in a directory something like "C:\MPLAB\template\code"
If you have a look around using windows explorer, you'll find them.
There's a template in there that is intended...
If you investigate the Help section of MPLAB, you'll find (if you dig deep enough) a list of the error codes generated by the assembler.
I don't have MPLAB on this pc so I can't help much more than that.
So far as I'm aware, bridges with reactive elements are energised with alternating current rather than d.c. (as per the battery).
The detector will then need to be sensitive to A.C.
There are lots of weird & wonderful bridge circuits, the Maxwell Bridge, the Hay's Bridge, Owen's Bridge...
I suspect that if you applied kV to a quartz crystal it would fracture.
The manufacturers list maximum drive voltage in their specifications.
Watch crystals are particularly sensitive, being designed to work with very low power levels.
Sounds ok to me.
The only problem with a schottky is likely to be the reverse leakage, which is considerably higher than that for an ordinary Si diode.
Probably won't make much difference in your application, but if it does, then reduce the value of pullup/pulldown resistors.
5mm spacing from a 3kV over head conductor sounds extremely dangerous to me...
Are you going to leave your wire there when they turn the powerline back on?
If so, I'd stand well away from your apparatus... it won't be the magnetic field that fries everything, it'll be the arc from the...
The transistor provides the gain needed to produce oscillation.
In that diagram, it's shown as a JFET.
The voltage levels across the resonant circuit are unlikely to produce damaging back emfs when the circuit is switched off.
Bear in mind that the circuit does not show any of the d.c...