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Signal Chain Basics
Signal Chain Basics, , 2/11/2016   Comment now  
Editor's note: This month's guest author is Dean Banerjee, an applications engineer for TI's Signal and Data Path Solutions Business Unit. He has been involved with phase-locked loop (PLL) frequency synthesizers for over 17 years. Dean has also authored two books: "PLL Performance, Simulation, and Design," and "From Continuous to Discrete." He holds a ...
Bryan Lizon
Bryan Lizon , product marketing engineer for the Precision Delta-Sigma ADC product line at Texas Instruments, 2/11/2016   Comment now  
Editor's note: This is the second post in a three-part ENOB blog series. You can find part 1 here: And then there was noise: The mystery of the missing ENOB if you missed it.
James Bryant
James Bryant, Writer/consultant, 2/9/2016   Comment now   7 comments
Editor's note: James Bryant (retired), Analog Devices, is back with this informative and intriguing blog.
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Dennis Feucht
Dennis Feucht, Electronics Engineer, 2/9/2016   Comment now   1 Comment
One of the few popular engineering writers of late last century was Henry Petroski, professor of civil engineering at Duke University in North Carolina. His book, To Engineer is Human: The Role of Failure in Successful Design, crosses engineering disciplines in its applicability. His major assertions are worth pondering by electronics engineers.
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Dennis  designers are driven toward one-hoss shay design. All this talk of...
Thomas Block, Senior Product Manager for environmental sensors
Thomas Block, Senior Product Manager for environmental sensors, , 2/7/2016   Comment now  
Hearing, sight and touch: these senses have already been implemented in smartphones and other smart devices; but what if we could have so much more right at our fingertips? Environmental sensing now enables your smartphone to have a nose! The new breakthrough in MEMS technology: environmental sensing. Quantify your life, quantify yourself.
Tom Terlizzi
Tom Terlizzi, VP, GM Systems, 2/4/2016   Comment now   1 Comment
Just in time for the Super Bowl and like the "Stub Hub" commercial below, in Figure 1, "You can't have your Fan-out in here". So what's all this hype on Fan-out Wafer Level Packaging (FO-WLP)?
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