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Thomas Block
Thomas Block, 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)?
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 2/4/2016   Comment now  
On Sunday night, Analog Engineers, flocked to Santa Clara, CA from all points in the US to meet at David's restaurant.
Bryan Yarborough
Bryan Yarborough, Product Marketing Engineer, Vishay, 2/1/2016   Comment now   3 comments
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Bryan Lizon
Bryan Lizon , product marketing engineer for the Precision Delta-Sigma ADC product line at Texas Instruments, 2/1/2016   Comment now  
No tricks. No treats. Just shadows and dread.
Scott Deuty
Scott Deuty, Power Electronics Expert, 1/31/2016   Comment now   7 comments
In my last blog entry on drones, "The Drone Dilemma, Part 2: Legal", I promised I'd pester you next about air space. For those of you just joining us, we have also addressed this technological advancement of unmanned flight in terms of bandwidth limitations in Part 1 of this series of blogs on drone aircraft. As always, I try to appeal to the technical ...
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Components and Methods for Current Measurement
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