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sometimes ~GHz interference will spaze out circuits and create a DC offset
effectively pumping or charging circuits, can create ESD issues
like, common mode rejection spec on an opamp just isnt relavent at GHz freq, so itll hit both inputs and the opamp flips out and all of a sudden your shit is clipping into a rail for no reason
tecan: its not batteries its anything
leakages in in the uA and nA range, in a lot of circuit thats in or close to your noise floor

Posted by renesis at 09:42 | permalink | 0 comments

depends on leakage
cheap electrolytic will drain quick
expensive film prob take forever to drain
theres maybe an RFI component too
if you have assymetrical interference, it can pump or drain a battery
you would have to be setup next to a cell tower or some shit, tho

Posted by renesis at 09:24 | permalink | 0 comments

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