When using an external monitor with your laptop sometimes windows remembers you left a form on the external monitor after you have broken down your setup and gone elsewhere without said external monitor. This can be frustrating because later when a form pops up and is in limbo off the LCD monitor of your laptop all work stops until you can recover your run away form.
This is one method that has partially worked for me:
- Use Alt+Tab to put the focus on the invisible frame.
- Press Alt+Space on the keyboard.
- Press M on the keyboard.
- Use the left/right/up/down arrow keys until you can see the invisible frame.
- Put the parameter in curly brackets
- Add the spice directive. Example below:
.step param vsup 1.8 1.8 0
On a box connected on the same local network - ssh -Y -l username IP address
The -Y switch enables trusted forwarding of X Window applications from the host computer so that they can run in the X Window environment of the client computer. The -l switch allows you to specify the user name you want to log in under.
VPN Setup: Ubuntu VPN connection is set up by clicking on the anti parallel UP/DOWN arrows at the top right hand side of the display. Configure the VPN clicking on VPN connections. When I previously tried finding this via the system tools > network there was no mention of VPN there.
- Use the PPTP protocol
- Enter the VPN server address
- User / Password
- In the advanced settings select SEND PPP ECHO PACKETS.
German-American Dieter Dengler discusses his service as an American naval pilot in the Vietnam War. Dengler also revisits the sites of his capture and eventual escape from the hands of the Vietcong, recreating many events for the camera.
Band Gap Reference – Papers
- CMOS Bandgap Voltage Reference With 1.8-V Power Supply
- DESIGN OF A CMOS BANDGAP REFERENCE WITH LOWTEMPERATURE COEFFICIENT AND HIGH POWER SUPPLY REJECTION PERFORMANCE
- BandGap Reference Design in SubMicron CMOS Technology
- LOW-VOLTAGE BANDGAP REFERENCE DESIGN UTILIZING SCHOTTKY DIODES -with spice design in appendix
- A very detailed 800mV BandGap example design using LTSpice – uses hierarchy in the schematic – advanced use of LTSpice – Steve Krzentz
- AN ACCURATE, TRIMLESS, HIGH PSRR, LOW-VOLTAGE, CMOS BANDGAP REFERENCE IC
- A Novel Sub-1 Volt Bandgap Reference with all CMOS
- BandGap Voltage References in SubMicroMeter CMOS Technology
- A Sub-1-V CMOS Bandgap using Forward Body Bias of the PMOS Differential Pair for Reduction of the Threshold Voltages
- Sub 1 V CMOS bandgap reference design techniques: a survey
- Sub 1 Volt Curvature Compensation BandGap Reference
- A Low Voltage CMOS Bandgap Reference without Using an Opamp
- Low Voltage, Low Power CMOS Bandgap References
- LOW POWER – LOW VOLTAGE BAND GAP REFERENCES FOR FLASH-EEPROM INTEGRATED CIRCUITS: DESIGN ALTERNATIVES AND EXPERIMENTS
Supply voltage =1.2V Band Gap References