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Alain Stas
Alain Stas, Product Marketing Engineer for Non-Linear Resistors at Vishay Intertechnology, 8/22/2017   Comment now  
Earlier this year, we presented a series of LTSpice simulations with temperature control provided by NTC thermistor SPICE models driven by a voltage: Old-School Analog Temperature Control Circuits Solved with Modern LTSpice Thermistor Dynamic Models, Part one, Old-School Analog Temperature Control Circuits Solved with Modern LT spice Thermistor Dynamic ...
Ian Beavers
Ian Beavers, Product Engineering Manager, Analog Devices, 8/21/2017   Comment now  
Question: I am using a MEMS inertial measurement unit (IMU) in a self-balancing guidance control system for a personal transportation platform. Can I expect a consumer targeted IMU to eliminate all misalignment errors between each sensor if all of the core sensor elements are on a single piece of silicon?
Victor Lorenzo
Victor Lorenzo, Senior Digital and Analog Development Engineer, Consultant, 8/20/2017   Comment now  
In his blog, "OMG I became THAT Person": The quirkiness of Engineers, our very own Scott Deuty introduced one of the generalized topics about engineers: our supposed quirkiness. But, are we like THAT? Maybe. Why not?
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 8/20/2017   Comment now   4 comments
How could I have missed this! A geek like me who took advanced mathematics classes as my electives in my graduate study in engineering electronics?
Bill Schweber
Bill Schweber, Engineer, Author, Editor, 8/20/2017   Comment now   1 Comment
The big science event in August was the total eclipse of the Sun which will traverse the mainland US on August 21. It's an amazing, awe-inspiring event, no doubt, and it gives astronomers and other scientists some well-deserved attention from the media.
Rudy Ramos
Rudy Ramos, Technical Content Marketing Project Manager, Mouser Electronics, 8/15/2017   Comment now   1 Comment
In just a few years' time, so many things about wireless communication will be different from the way we know them today. Cellular networks, for example, traditionally made up primarily of larger base stations, will add huge numbers of 'small cells.' The growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) will mean countless wireless sensors and controllers being ...
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Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 8/20/2017
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Bill Schweber, Engineer, Author, Editor, 8/20/2017
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