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Konstantin Novikov
Development of Multifunctional Clock on the Nixie Tubes
9
2017
This paper describes the process of development a new electronic device such as the Nixie Clock. The actuality of the device lies in the use of a microcontroller and a wireless communication module in it and is confirmed by an analysis of similar technical solutions.

To prove operability of the device and find out possible reliability issues and other problems, several stages of computer-aided simulation has been held, including 3D modeling, thermal simulation, physical simulation and circuit simulation. The results of the simulation allowed to carry out several critical improvements in the design of the device, and the time spent on making changes to the model was greatly reduced through the use of the cross-cutting design technology.

This paper consists of 7 main sections and includes 2 tables and 18 illustrations. The total volume of the paper is 52 pages.

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