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Busy Blogger, Busy Blogger, 3/27/2017   Comment now  
Graphene: A new material for electronics, Part 3 of this blog series describes the great potential of graphene as a substrate for wearable applications. This special material offers more possibilities in high innovation applications for electronics technology: the light-on-chip application is, for instance, a perfect example of such a field of research ...
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In, Graphene: A new material for electronics, Part 2, of this blog series, I focused on the possible utilizations of graphene as building material for innovative applications in electronics ranging from hybrid systems for light-on-chip applications to LEDs for an unprecedented illumination effect in the displays for consumer electronics devices ...
Loren Siebert
Loren Siebert, characterization engineer, high speed amplifiers, Texas Instruments, 3/23/2017   Comment now   2 comments
Fiber-optic cables offer the ability to move vast amounts of data over inexpensive and low-loss glass fibers. Converting a light signal into an electric signal is usually accomplished with a photo diode connected to a transimpedance amplifier. This article will give a brief summary of key diode parameters and discuss how they impact performance in a ...
Most recent post, Biogirl, 3/27/2017 6:54:18 AM
I like the content, the big technology
Mike Donnelly
Mike Donnelly, Principal Engineer, Mentor Graphics, 3/22/2017   Comment now  
If you simulate circuits that include not only analog, but also digital or switching/PWM aspects, then you know that traditional "AC" or frequency-domain analysis cannot be used for these designs. That's because they have multiple operational states that change, often rapidly, over time. AC analysis depends on circuit linearization at one (singular) ...
Neel Seshan
Neel Seshan, Marketing engineer, Isolation team, Texas Instruments, 3/22/2017   Comment now   1 Comment
Winters are getting shorter and temperatures are on the rise, and I think you’ll agree with me that overheating is never a good thing. Whether it’s human beings, equipment or pizza, you never want anything to be too hot.
Most recent post, sanvi priya, 3/24/2017 2:16:04 AM
Thanks for sharing the design integrated data and power isolation
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 3/20/2017   Comment now   3 comments
There are so many places in our solar system in which man wants and needs to explore. Most of these are not realistically reachable by self-guided, robotic lander spacecraft because of technology gaps in current landing systems. To remedy this, NASA created The CoOperative Blending of Autonomous Landing Technologies (COBALT) project, which ...
Most recent post, Konnie, 3/27/2017 9:00:04 AM
Wow, technology is amazing! 
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Loren Siebert, characterization engineer, high speed amplifiers, Texas Instruments, 3/23/2017
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