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Fady Mishriki
Fady Mishriki, Co-Founder, EVP and Chief Tesla Officer, 10/30/2014   Comment now  
For anyone contemplating a wireless solution to their powering needs, the question is no longer "When will the technology be sufficiently robust?" Recent innovations have led to a variety of wireless power systems that can be tailored to many industrial and consumer applications. The key question nowadays is "which type of wireless power setup will best ...
Marcellino Gemelli
Marcellino Gemelli, Director Business Development, Bosch Sensortec, 10/30/2014   Comment now   1 Comment
The growing wearable, smart home, and IoT design communities would like to reliably detect, interpret, and understand their products' motion to captivate users in novel ways. Understanding the motion and context of a user is key to recognizing behavior, predicting intentions, and ultimately improving quality of life.
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 10/30/2014   Comment now   3 comments
I have always followed and enjoyed Bill Schweber's witty and informative articles from the time he was at Analog Devices on through his time at EDN and EE Times and now as he writes for me on Planet Analog. When I came on the scene with EDN in early 2012 he was my mentor in the electronics publication world.
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 10/30/2014   Comment now   10 comments
Quantum theory supported by many experiments reveals that the quantum connection between two particles can persist even if they are countless light years away from each other.
Dennis Feucht
Dennis Feucht, Electronics Engineer, 10/28/2014   Comment now   8 comments
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, ...
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10/31/2014 10:16:09 AM
amrutah on Seemingly Simple Circuits, Part 3: Effect of Resistor Tolerances on Diff-Amp Gains
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