#### An Interactive Gated Ring Oscillator Tutorial – part #2

This is the second part of tutorial walking through the creation of an interactive animated Excel model of a gated ring oscillator in MS Excel 2003.

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#### An Interactive Gated Ring Oscillator Tutorial – part #2

This is the second part of tutorial walking through the creation of an interactive animated Excel model of a gated ring oscillator in MS Excel 2003.

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#### An Interactive Gated Ring Oscillator Tutorial – part #1

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#### Two Lissajous Models – a video preview

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#### A Basic Fourier Transform Calculator in Excel – video preview

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#### Spectral Analysis – a Fourier transform tutorial – part #1

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#### Tutorial – a Static Lissajous Emulator

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#### Dynamic Lissajous Emulator

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#### Static Lissajous Emulators (2D and 3D)

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This is the first part of tutorial explaining how to make an interactive animated Excel model of a gated ring oscillator in MS Excel 2003.

This is a video preview for two older models included in this blog, a static model and a dynamic model.

This is a video preview of the Fourier transform model presented on this blog before. A tutorial explaining the creation of such a model was posted here too.

This is a basic tutorial about implementation of a standard Fourier transform model in Excel. It is not an introduction to Fourier analyis. You could choose to familiarize yourself with the subject before proceeding with this tutorial. Solving a few Fourier transform excersises would be of help too. Essentially, this part shows you how to adapt the general Fourier formula for a continuous real signal to a sampled signal having a limited number of samples.

Hi there, this is a tutorial explaining the construction of a very basic Lissajous emulator in Excel. It’s supposed to be very easy to understand at the high school level. Good luck, George

This is a dynamic Lissajous emulator in the sense that the waveform is obtained by combining 2 time varying sinusoidal waves with different frequencies.

This is a static Lissajous emulator in the sense that the waveform is obtained by combining 2 static sinusoidal waves with different frequencies. As a paranthesis, I will be preparing a dynamic version which will look just like the wave shape seen on a real oscilloscope. The file presented here has two different worksheets, the first one contains a classic 2D Lissajous figure and the second one has a 3D Lissajous pattern obtained from three different…