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Paul Pickering
Paul Pickering, Blogger, 10/9/2015   Comment now  
My first job in engineering, during the summer between my junior and senior years at Royal Holloway College, was at International Computers Limited, in Bracknell in the UK, doing something inconsequential with MECL. At the time, the important names in electronics - IBM, DEC, Motorola, Intel, National Semiconductor, TI, Burr-Brown - were all American.
Signal Chain Basics
Signal Chain Basics, , 10/8/2015   Comment now  
Editor's note: Art Kay, Texas Instruments, is our guest editor this month
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 10/7/2015   Comment now  
NASA has some of the best scientists and engineers in the world that are challenged to develop manned and unmanned exploration systems that can travel in deep space searching for an answer to "What is out there" while stretching our capabilities to beyond the limits of our imagination.
Ken Coffman
Ken Coffman, Field Applications Engineer & Member of the Technical Staff at Fairchild Semiconductor, 10/6/2015   Comment now  
What a controversial word is "ethics," with its explosive potential lending itself to varying interpretations. It's like the word, "obscenity." Everyone knows what it is, but how do you define it?
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 10/5/2015   Comment now  
Editor's note: Our guest author for this blog is Tina Collins [Tina.Collins@analog.com], an applications engineer in the Linear Products and Technology group in Wilmington, MA. Her main interests are analog and mixed-signal design for high speed amplifiers.
Dennis Feucht
Dennis Feucht, Electronics Engineer, 10/1/2015   Comment now   3 comments
One of the more impressive presentations of a gadget at a recent Maker Fair was a floor-mounted four-hoop device with LEDs along each hoop. The hoops were circular in shape as though they were the longitude lines on a globe. When the contraption was rotated and the LEDs driven under computer-based control, a 3D display appeared. The resolution was ...
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