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Dennis Feucht
Dennis Feucht, Electronics Engineer, 10/28/2014   Comment now   1 Comment
Resistor tolerances will cause amplification to depart from the ideal as derived in part 1 of this series. This is of significance because, in many seemingly undemanding designs, 1% resistors are not adequate, usually because of excessive CM gain, which ideally is ACM = 0. If a resistor of value R is used in the amplifier and has a tolerance of +/- ...
Edgardo Menendez
Edgardo Menendez, Field Applications Engineer, AVX, 10/28/2014   Comment now  
As mentioned in (EMI Noise, Part 1: Don't Be the Problem), there is always a source, a path, and a victim when it comes to electromagnetic interference (EMI) and other types of electrical noise. This post focuses on the victim and what you can do to avoid becoming one. To recap, a variety of passive components can be used to suppress electrical noise, ...
Bharat Shenoy
Bharat Shenoy, Director, Technical Marketing, Littelfuse, 10/24/2014   Comment now   15 comments
Three, two, one, blast-off. As the spacecraft shoots off toward space, you're anticipating the discoveries of the latest mission and wondering what the crew members will be experiencing during the flight. The last thing you want to worry about is if your design engineers used the right circuit protection technology. And you shouldn't be worried if your ...
Mike Everett
Mike Everett, CTO, Maxwell Technologies, 10/24/2014   Comment now   8 comments
Ultracapacitor manufacturers that have commercialized the technology find themselves in a constant competitive environment in which consumers weigh the pros and cons of various technologies to determine which one best suits their applications. Who do these manufacturers compete with for each and every energy storage installation?
Brian Coppa
Brian Coppa, Director, Coppa Consulting, 10/24/2014   Comment now   5 comments
Technology achievements with respect to gallium nitride (GaN) continue to propel this material toward new horizons in the realm of RF devices. Its relatively high electron mobility (440 cm2/(V-s) at room temperature) elevates its footing for more switching and RF power applications at higher breakdown voltages, lower leakage currents, and higher ...
Signal Chain Basics
Signal Chain Basics, , 10/22/2014   Comment now   5 comments
Our guest author is Matthew Hann, SAR ADC Product Line Manager, Texas Instruments.
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