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Bill Schweber
Bill Schweber, Engineer, Author, Editor, 6/28/2017   Comment now  
We hear a lot about the emerging 5G standard for wireless communications. It will require new everything: components, technologies, topologies, antenna arrays, algorithms, coding and error-correction techniques...the list is fairly long, and much of it is in flux. However, sooner or (more likely) later, many of the issue will be resolved, technical ...
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 6/27/2017   Comment now  
I have a long-time friend and colleague, Bob Diamond, Department Head, Mechanical Engineering at L3 Narda-MITEQ on Long Island, NY. We worked together in the 80s at General Microwave Corp. in NY---Bob was a mechanical engineer and I was an analog and power engineer there at that time. We’ve both come a long way in 35 years.
Bill Schweber
Bill Schweber, Engineer, Author, Editor, 6/27/2017   Comment now  
Sometimes you read an article that really makes you stop and think. No, I am not talking about one which discusses some technology advance as potentially "faster, better, cheaper," or a futuristic one with rampant speculation based with 1% facts and 99% "weasel-word" phrases such "may," "could," "might," and similar crystal-ball terms. Instead, it's one ...
Vikram Patel
Vikram Patel, Product Marketing Manager, automotive power supply and communications, Infineon Technologies, 6/26/2017   Comment now  
Changes in the nature of automotive power supply system design have accelerated in the last few years. This is based on several paths of development in auto electronics including:
Scott Deuty
Scott Deuty, Power Electronics Expert, 6/26/2017   Comment now   2 comments
After having many failures of products recently, I had to ask if "Made in China" saves us money or costs more. It seems as though we are constantly having products fail, the main culprits of which are USB cables, audio cables, and handheld device batteries. However, to me there is even more at stake as several products concern me even more especially ...
Busy Blogger
Busy Blogger, Busy Blogger, 6/25/2017   Comment now  
The previous parts of this blog series, Snow avalanche detectors: IoT technology applied to people safety, Part 1 and Snow avalanche detectors: IoT technology applied to people safety, Part 2, describe the utilization of electronics technology in the advanced warning to people in the region likely to have snow avalanches. Users wearing gadgets are able ...
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