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Question closed with negative votes but then improved, OP quit, question deleted. OK to re-ask? Or is that a duplicate?

A question about how unequal currents come to exist on power distribution lines was asked (link only usable by those with > 10k reputation). In its original form, the question was flawed, and it ...
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How do we collaborate with AI in answering SE EE questions? [closed]

Some history The idea for this venture came to me when I remembered the famous book of the past "The Radio? It's Very Simple!" by the amazing French popularizer of electronics Eugène Aisberg....
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Where on this site can one find a clear statement of the policy regarding academic problem questions

The title says it all. Where on this site can one find a clear statement of the policy regarding academic problem questions? I recently voted to close a question posted by a newcomer. I wanted to ...
Math Keeps Me Busy's user avatar
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Why is this arithmetic question considered opinion based?

What’s the fastest known Koblit’z curve addition or substraction law for fpga that maximizes the per lut throughput? I’m not asking how to implement it, but how adding or substracting 2 points on an ...
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Where did the "simulate this circuit" link go?

In recent responses I've written, which include circuits created using the CircuitLab.com editor/simulator, the "simulate this circuit" link that usually accompanies the schematic image is ...
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SE image host -- bitmap extension

Funny, uploading a somewhat less traditional format, direct from file (drag and drop), I obtained this: The actual image resides at https://i.sstatic.net/IYK4JzFW.png and it seems it just wasn't ...
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How can I get a review from a different moderator? [duplicate]

I am starting to feel as if moderator Voltage Spike♦ has some sort of vendetta against my question "How might one attempt to recover a fully drained NiMH cell?". Currently: I've taken ...
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How can I fix this off-topic question on dead NiMH batteries?

(Note: there are several later addenda at the end of this question. If you're re-reading the question; it's probably better to start at the bottom.) I recently asked, "Can fully drained NiMH AA ...
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New popup about cookies that just starting appearing about 12 hours ago

I just started receiving the following popup about 12 hours ago: It happens on every page refresh and it happens on Home, Questions, etc. When I click on "Necessary cookies only" the popup ...
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Migration of image hosting from Imgur to Stack Exchange - now live

Just a heads-up: Stack Exchange has chosen our site to be one of the early adopters of the new Stack Exchange image hosting. For background, the official announcement of the transition of image ...
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upvotes tally is not reflected in actual tally in vote summary tab

On Characteristic impedance of a BNC jack to jack adapter (that I answered with acceptance from the op) I should have 45 points but, the pull-down vote summary only reflects 30 points: - There are no ...
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Why can't I add RESOLVED in the title?

Does anyone know if there is a way to increase the power of the PIC16F pin using MPLABX?
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Is making sure the rules are followed correcly more important than sharing knowledge/experience?

I keep getting my wrist slapped on this site and I've begun to take it personally. I can't figure it out. In fact, I even wonder if I revealed myself to be female, at some point, and if the ...
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How to get 50 points so I can comment on something that I think is useful information

1.The problem is I need 50 points to be able to leave a comment on something and I feel the information is relevant. 2.I have went as far as making a name then attempting to comment only to find a ...
Matthew Warren's user avatar
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Suggest posting a follow-up question on Code Review site

I was in a chat with user @Mast on the Code Review Stack Exchange site (CR). @Mast, who is a Moderator there, then had a chat with our Moderator @SamGibson, and recommended I post this question for ...
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Login trouble using Android and Google keychain

I use a google account as a keychain for all my passwords. Until now, I was able to log into stack exchange on both my MacBook Air and my Android phone using this keychain. Today, I am able to log ...
Math Keeps Me Busy's user avatar
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Is the EE:SE infrastructure not properly monitored?

We just now had a very minor outage, probably below 2 minutes. EE:SE showed this screen: When I followed the link, the monitoring system didn't detect any issue: I switched back and forth, just to ...
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I (possibly) do not understand topicality of questions on ee.se

More specifically, I don't understand why this question has been well received: I do not understand behavior of current in 74HC4066 The question simply asks "what does it mean", referring to ...
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Why should "How to divide a natural number by 3" not be answered as is due to lack of detail or clarity?

How to best multiply by 3 a natural number given in binary, using combinatorial logic? How to divide by 3? wasn't a good fit with StackExchange, starting with essentially asking two questions, if ...
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Confused about why closed?

Fix for Horrible Hissing from a SANWU HF41 TPA3116 bluetooth 5.0 2.1CH Amplifier/BT Module Not sure why this one was closed. My question is about how to modify a board to solve a problem it is ...
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Why don't we have tags that differentiate off-the-shelf ICs and "integrated circuits"?

I've recently realized that the tag integrated-circuit conflates questions about designing Integrated circuits and questions about off-the-shelf ICs. Here's an screenshot illustrating what I mean: ...
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How can I improve my question?

My recent question about my buck regulator output was closed for "needs detail or clarity" but I don't know what details I should add to this question to fix that. I have a specific problem/...
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Is there a site problem with uploading images to answers (same problem as before)?

I (still) can't seem to be able to upload images in the way I have done so normally over the last ten years or so. I have to take a much more protracted route that looks (to me) like a site bug (...
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CircuitLab is broken

I've tried it on various computers, fresh browsers, incognito mode, etc., and CircuitLab just doesn't work. Any attempt to edit an existing schematic ends up on an error page. As an aside, perhaps ...
Kuba hasn't forgotten Monica's user avatar
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Is there a site problem with uploading images to answers?

I can't seem to be able to upload images. I get this message: - An error occurred when uploading the image: It also happened yesterday but, it seemed to be fixed about 0930 this morning. But, it's ...
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My comment was deleted. Why?

I have a question about my Electrical Engineering Stack Exchange post: How do we find the bandwidth of a bus? ISSUE: NOT a question BUT a conflict of response. My comment was deleted. The posted ...
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2023: a year in moderation

It’s that time of the year again! As we wave goodbye to last year and welcome the new one, we have a tradition of sharing moderation stats for the preceding calendar year. As most of you here might be ...
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What should be done about this question?

This question was asked a few days ago, got a few answers (including one by me), and then closed. I don't dispute its closing, I considered voting to close myself before answering. But the question ...
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How could I reopen this question?

I have a question about my Electrical Engineering Stack Exchange post: Probability of explosion of a 100 µF, 25V capacitor when powered at 5V I'm not sure as to why it was closed (it's also debated ...
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On Some Stack Exchange Sites, a Draft of the Question is Automatically Saved. How is it Possible to Retrieve the Full Draft From a Different Location?

I have this feedback for one of the questions that I asked that I feel is a very difficult question for me to answer. It is not that the problem itself seems impossible. Rather, the solution has ...
Stephen Elliott's user avatar
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What more can I do to fix this question?

I asked this question about replacing a Darlington transistor in a power amplifier with something else. It was closed with the reason: Questions seeking recommendations for specific products or ...
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Impact on CircuitLab schematic integration of moving from Imgur to a different image hosting service

Stack Exchange’s image hosting arrangement with Imgur is ending - advance notice on the main meta site notes that the hosting contract with Imgur comes to an end this upcoming April 2024, requiring a ...
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How Can Spreadsheet Text Delimited by Space Numbers Be Converted to an Stack Exchange Electrical Engineering Table?

I am having a hard time adding an exported text-delimited by space output to the table format in Electrical Engineering Stack Exchange. This is detailed in the Tables and Alignment Sections in this ...
Stephen Elliott's user avatar
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Should abandonment be a "community-specific" close reason?

Every question that is both old and not with an accepted answer will be bumped sooner or later by the Community bot into the recently active questions. However, a fair portion of them are obviously ...
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Why has this question been closed on modifying consumer electronics?

Design a Mains Powered Solution for 5 Sets of External Solar LEDs Confused as to why my question has been closed, when community guidelines restrict questions on consumer electronics, except when they ...
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Is it possible to add inline-mathjax support like the other StackExchange sites document?

I am accustomed to inline-math with MathJax support on many Stack Exchange sites. For electrical engineering, equations are a really big part of circuit modeling. $I_{DS}$ for instance is used to ...
Stephen Elliott's user avatar
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Added tag DFN - do we want it?

For the question What is this DFN 8-pin package? which originally used QFN instead of DFN, I added the tag DFN. The tag QFN already exists, but the tag DFN did not. Neither does the tag "Flat no-...
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How can I search for an old answer of mine when the question is seemingly deleted?

"You don't need to know everything. You merely need to know where to look it up." Often a time, when trying to remember a specific solution to a problem, I don't remember the solution ...
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Can an accidental vote be changed?

I got a notification that I had a -1 reputation change, and when I checked what caused it, I found that it shows I down-voted this answer. I didn't vote on it though; I must have accidentally hit the ...
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Are "is it possible...?" questions off-topic?

A moderator has apprised me of a rule I wasn't aware of, and wanted to get confirmation from the community. Prompting question: LC Parallel resonance induction heater Comment: The system flagged your ...
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Reference Question for Soldered Breadboard/Perfboard

I have seen some horrible soldered breadboards recently. And it wasn't just the soldering, the entire approach was bad. For a recent question, I was going to post pictures of my built circuit, but it ...
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Editing out noise and redundancy in titles

There seems to be an increasing number of questions asked by new users who write titles that have redundancy or unhelpful verbiage. Some fictional examples: Question about resistors (Everything is a ...
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Is my question about synthesising controllers for non-minimal-phase systems using Bode plots clear? Why has it not attracted attention?

I am talking about this question: Can the graphoanalytic method of synthesizing controllers by Bode plots (by lead and lag elements) be used for non-minimal-phase systems? If not, why? Do you think it ...
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Are questions about component selections (i.e. features) and use of electro-mechanical device allowed?

I'm aware about this meta question, but I'm not sure how to interpret the answers since they have downvotes. I also checked the on-topic page. Still I don't understand if I can ask a question about ...
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Is the reminder that "Answers generated by Artificial Intelligence tools are not allowed on Stack Overflow" supposed to appear on all sites?

The main Stack Overflow site has the following reminder in the Your Answer box: Reminder: Answers generated by Artificial Intelligence tools are not allowed on Stack Overflow. Learn more Whereas on ...
Chester Gillon's user avatar
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Can I ask questions about a DIY solar battery project to know whether or not my calculations are off?

I have almost no knowledge in electronics. For the past few days, I have been learning what I believe to be all the basics required for assembling sort of a DIY solar battery project, using solar ...
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Tag Synonym Requests

As I'm cleaning up tagging, I encounter tags that should "obviously" be synonyms, but aren't. As I lack the reputation in these tags, I can't even propose synonyms, so I rely on others to ...
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Let's not over-engineer questions: blacklist [engineering]

While cleaning up electric, I noticed that there are an engineering tag. On a website whose title is "Electrical Engineering", that's a strong candidate for an intrinsic tag, i.e., one that ...
Marcus Müller's user avatar
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implicit tag: can we cut out the [electric]ity?

(A bad pun or play on words in the title of such requests is expected by tradition.) Remembering I'm not electrified by the existence of the blanket [electrical] and [electricity] tags, let's ...
Marcus Müller's user avatar
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Was the "Tour" removed?

In researching to respond to a question, I tried to find the site tour and couldn't find it. Is it gone? I hope not -- it was a good resource, even for experienced users. Update: Found it here: ...
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