viernes, 18 de abril de 2008
2 resistors of 1K
1 pot of 100k
1 capacitor of 47nF
1 capacitor of 0.01 uF
Sourse of 5 volts
First we conect the resistors, to the pines , 1k to pin 6, and this one conected to pin 7, remember that pin 2 and pin 6 are conected together, the capacitors are conected to pin 6 and pin 5, both capacitors are conected to ground, finally we conect the pot with the other resistor of 1k, and this pote goes to the sourse of 5 volts, pin 4 and pin 8 are conected too, the out we can see it with the led in pin 3,any doubt see the diagram of the circuit, finally we connect the source of 5 volts
As we see led goes on and off, that’s because of the frecuency, if we move the pot, we can increase the frecuency faster o slower. This circuit can be used in many others circuits to give a needed signal.
lunes, 14 de abril de 2008
Tell me a little about yourself:
My name is Juan Tovar I’m twenty one years old and single. I live in Maracaibo, Venezuela since I was a child. I speak Spanish and English, I learned English here in Venezuela at CEVAZ
What did you study?
I studied Electronics Engineering Mention telecommunications at URBE in Maracaibo- Venezuela, I had been there for four years; and during this time I made courses of Cisco Company in the same university. I also started to study Science Computer at LUZ in Maracaibo, Venezuela, which I still studying it.
Have you ever worked?
I got my first job at Movistar last year, I worked like communications manager. I gained experienced in communications equipments and networks equipments
Why would you like to work with us?
I’d like to work here, because I enjoyed my last job, and It is similar to this one,Very Good Mr Tovar, I will call youThanks for your Time.
Hi, tell me a little about yourself:
My name is Daniela Jimenez, I am 20 years old, I am from Venezuela, but now I am living in United States.
Tell me about your education:
I studied 4 years at URBE and I got my title like Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. Also I finished the course of Cisco; I took 19 levels at CEVAZ so I can speak English very well.
Describe yourself:I'm very organized, I'm a self-motivated worker, but I enjoy working as a team player. My belief is that since we spend the majority of our lives in the workplace, work should be a nice experience.
Why would you like to work with us?
I know how to operate standard bench top lab test equipment; I have enough knowledge of Analog/Digital circuit design, also experience in the use of design analysis tools.
Very Good Mss Jimenez , I will call you Thanks for your time
domingo, 13 de abril de 2008
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sábado, 15 de marzo de 2008
Name: Juan Tovar
Address: 3e Av., Street 80 ; Maracaibo, Venezuela
Telephone (Home): 0261-7125325
Telephone (Mobile): 0426-6212356
Marital Status: Single
2006 .- Universidad Rafael Belloso Chacin – Maracaibo. B.S., Electrical Engineering,
2005 Currently: Science Computer – LUZ
2006 – Currently CISCO Certification
2006: Equipment Assembly – LUZ
2007- Comunication manager – Movistar.
2006 – Assistant of communication department - CANTV
Able to work with different Operating systems like: Win 95/98/ME/XP, UNIX
Able to work with routers, bridges , modems, anthems, radio fm or am
Programming in different Languages: C, C++, 8086 Assembly, Scheme, Pascal, Java, Visual Basic
Able to work with a group.
Good communications skills
Software: Mathematica, MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Access
Experienced in HTML, DreamWeaver
Spanish: Fluent (Native Language)
Play Basketball, Soccer, Baseball. go to the gym and traveling around the world with the family.