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Bill Schweber
Bill Schweber, Engineer, Author, Editor, 5/29/2017   Comment now  
You've probably seen old-time photos of radio setups with the station operator fiddling with the dials on the wireless radio setup, and also adjusting a large, wirewound (or copper tubing) coil. From the earliest days of wireless, it was understood that matching the transmitter's output impedance to the antenna's input as load was needed for efficient ...
Bill Schweber
Bill Schweber, Engineer, Author, Editor, 5/28/2017   Comment now  
We’re all familiar with the use of lasers for fiber-based communication’s links, and even short- to medium-range free-space links; you can buy standard systems for the latter, and they are effective and straightforward to set up.
Busy Blogger
Busy Blogger, Busy Blogger, 5/27/2017   Comment now   1 Comment
The discovery of gravitational waves is a confirmation of Einstein's Theory of Relativity which accurately explains the structure of the universe (see Figure 1):
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 5/25/2017   Comment now  
Many people, like myself, remember the “Old” Biosphere 2, from back in the fall of 1991, in which eight men and women moved into a glass and steel complex spanning three acres forty miles north of Tucson, in Oracle, Arizona. Their mission was to test whether humans could be self-sustaining in this sealed-off environmental ecosystem of 3,800 ...
Victor Lorenzo
Victor Lorenzo, Senior Digital and Analog Development Engineer, Consultant, 5/25/2017   Comment now   3 comments
It might seem philosophical and a bit off-topic, even touchy, but this kind of thought arises more than often, recurrently: Why don't we just learn and stop repeating history over and over? Worst thing is it goes far beyond our professional careers, we see it in almost every single aspect of our lives.
Scott Deuty
Scott Deuty, Power Electronics Expert, 5/24/2017   Comment now  
I had a scary incident this weekend that I want to share with readers in hopes of avoiding a catastrophe. I plugged my USB micro in backwards to a point where it got so hot that it melted out of both the cord and the device it was charging.
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Victor Lorenzo, Senior Digital and Analog Development Engineer, Consultant, 5/25/2017
Gravitational waves: A new field for electronics, Part 3
Busy Blogger, Busy Blogger, 5/27/2017
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