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Dynamic impedance spectra of programmable dynamically changing RC model based on digital potentiometers

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The dataset presents non-stationary impedance spectra of the RC model presented in the figure below. This model contains two digital potentiometers controlled digitally by the microcontroller. This solution allows to programmably control the value of the model impedance. Thanks to this, the model can be used as a test engine for evaluation of the dynamic impedance spectroscopy (DEIS). The impedance spectrum frequency range (1 Hz – 100 kHz) was selected in order to map the whole range of the model impedance changes. Details could be found in the refereced paper.

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Illustration of the publication

Figure top-right presents exemplary changes of the
potentiometers resistance for the following set of parameters: R2 START = R3 START = 1 kohm, R2 STOP = R3 STOP = 100 kohm. Figure top-left presents the resulting instantaneous impedance spectra for the model presented in Figure bottom-left and for parameters changing according to Figure top-right.

Dataset file

model_RC_DEIS.ZIP
1.3 GB, S3 ETag 0bc652049238cab34425e3b071af6a53-3, downloads: 0
The file hash is calculated from the formula
hexmd5(md5(part1)+md5(part2)+...)-{parts_count} where a single part of the file is 512 MB in size.

Example script for calculation:
https://github.com/antespi/s3md5
download file model_RC_DEIS.ZIP

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License:
Creative Commons: CC BY-NC 4.0 open in new tab
CC BY-NC
Non-commercial

Details

Year of publication:
2021
Verification date:
2021-11-24
Creation date:
2018
Dataset language:
English
Fields of science:
  • Automation, electronic and electrical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
DOI:
DOI ID 10.34808/0d4g-cs44 open in new tab
Verified by:
Gdańsk University of Technology

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DOI 10.34808/qzdb-n365 represents the latest version of the data.

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