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Jonathan Harris
Jonathan Harris, Product Applications Engineer, Analog Devices, 4/28/2017   Comment now   1 Comment
In my last blog, Experience is Quite a Teacher, I talked about learning through a challenging experience. I gave examples of some of my experiences and how they taught me valuable lessons and helped me to grow as an engineer. I'd like to take a moment to let you know of a recent experience that has taught me some very valuable lessons. I'd like to ...
Scott Deuty
Scott Deuty, Power Electronics Expert, 4/28/2017   Comment now  
Semiconductors exhibit different types of temperature coefficients. In order to valuable parameters such as resistance or forward voltage drop and the associated change in temperature, one must understand temperature coefficients for various devices.
Aubrey Kagan
Aubrey Kagan, Engineering Manager, Emphatec, 4/28/2017   Comment now  
Configuration of DIP switches is normally a digital subject, but given my history of discussing Microsoft Excel on Planet Analog, I thought it appropriate to present this design idea here. I know that using DIP switches for system configuration is probably passe, but they are still in production. I alone am not responsible for the volumes being produced, ...
Gene Sheridan
Gene Sheridan, CEO, Navitas Semiconductor, 4/27/2017   Comment now  
In my last blog, Power Electronics: Re-Invented, I spoke about the coming re-invention of power electronics. The trifecta of resonant topologies, fast GaN power devices and mixed-signal GaN power IC integration is making high-frequency and high efficiency not only a technical possibility, but also simple and cost-effective for high-volume commercial ...
Robert Huntley
Robert Huntley, Technical Writer, Contributing on Behalf of Mouser Electronics, 4/27/2017   Comment now  
In industrial applications, the concept of predictive maintenance is changing, thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT). What might once have been based on hours of service can now be more precisely modelled using real-world data, gathered at its source. The impact of this will be most apparent in factory automation, as well as causing widespread change in ...
Bill Schweber
Bill Schweber, Engineer, Author, Editor, 4/27/2017   Comment now  
If you are deciding what to wear before going outside, it’s not enough to know the temperature: it’s often important to also know wind-chill temperature. Wind chill is an apparently simple situation where the motion of the air cools the heated source. It’s somewhat analogous to using forced air to cool a hot component, heat sink, ...
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