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Bill Schweber
Bill Schweber, Engineer, Author, Editor, 7/27/2017   Comment now  
Even in these days, when news travels instantly and there are few secrets, it's possible to miss an important or interesting story. That's what happened to me recently: I was doing some online research and came across an item from October 2015, published at IEEE Microwave Magazine : "The Smith Chart Comes Home [President's Column]." Editor's note: ...
Bill Schweber
Bill Schweber, Engineer, Author, Editor, 7/26/2017   Comment now  
Drones of all sizes, from your basic "hobbyist" version (although many are quite sophisticated) to UAVs the size of some human-piloted aircraft, are getting lots of attention as their capabilities increase dramatically in terms of range, navigation, sensors, payloads, and autonomous behavior. They have quickly and effectively improved form being "merely" ...
Busy Blogger
Busy Blogger, Busy Blogger, 7/26/2017   Comment now  
Graphene is a promising substrate for electronics devices for its physical properties that allow easy miniaturization. This semiconductor material has unique electrical characteristics that enable innovative solutions for many specific applications like wearables, light-on-chip, printed electronics, and supercapacitors. For all of these reasons many ...
Scott Deuty
Scott Deuty, Power Electronics Expert, 7/24/2017   Comment now  
I recently wrote a blog, Acquisitions, Semiconductors, and Bracketology, about how mergers and acquisitions of companies will result in a single semiconductor corporation that includes every technology, be it digital, analog, or mixed-signal. To emphasize this point, I included a bracket for engineers to predict how the mergers will result in a company ...
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 7/22/2017   Comment now  
In my recent EDN article, Man’s endeavor to live beyond Planet Earth, I discussed the present efforts of NASA and the Biosphere 2 in their efforts towards a Bio-Regenerative Life Support System (BLSS), a critical component for sustainable long-term space missions. NASA’s 2016 budget has allocated $55M for a DSH effort.
Scott Deuty
Scott Deuty, Power Electronics Expert, 7/22/2017   Comment now  
The phone rang (buzzed and played some repulsive electronic generated tune) and I realized it was from a former coworker. I picked it up and the conversation quickly moved to the reason for the call: my company's been acquired by "so and so", what do you think?
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