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Signal Chain Basics
Signal Chain Basics, , 3/24/2015   Comment now  
Editor's note: Dan Harmon, Sensing Business Development Manager, Texas Instruments is our guest blogger for this 100th blog post from Texas Instruments on Signal Chain Basics
Mike Everett
Mike Everett, CTO, Maxwell Technologies, 3/24/2015   Comment now  
Attention all materials innovators who are working on new materials for ultracapacitors, here's a friendly message: If the "value" of the new materials is equal to, or even just slightly lower than that of incumbent materials, there is no chance for adoption. Notice the term value is in quotes. The key to your success lies in your ability to determine ...
Scott Deuty
Scott Deuty, Power Electronics Expert, 3/24/2015   Comment now  
In blog number 3, we are going to divert a little from our normal trend of evaluating power supply design and simulation tools. Instead, we are going to look into power management tools that are online.
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 3/21/2015   Comment now  
At this year's APEC 2015 show, their 30th anniversary, the top trends were GaN, Digital power and shrinking power system footprint with higher switching speeds. Let's take a look with this slideshow.
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 3/20/2015   Comment now  
Editor's note: This guest blog on APEC 2015 is brought to you by Vaibhav Desai and Ian Bower From Texas Instruments. They are discussing the UCD3138 digital controller which demonstrates on-the-fly firmware updates. Digital Power was a big topic at this year's APEC show, both on the exhibit floor and in the conferences and papers presented.
Dennis Feucht
Dennis Feucht, Electronics Engineer, 3/20/2015   Comment now  
I never met Richard Feynman but I am glad to say that I played a small role in preserving what he had to say, especially stories about events in his past. I first encountered Feynman's physics books when I was in college in the late '60s. A picture in the forward of the book showed Feynman playing bongo drums. What kind of a physicist could this be, I ...
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