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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 ...
Edoardo Gallizio
Edoardo Gallizio, Product Marketing Manager, Microsystems, Americas region, STMicroelectronics, 8/15/2017   Comment now  
In Smart Audio, Part 1 of this blog series we looked at the smart audio approach taken to realize a new vision of voice-demand electronic systems. You've probably already experienced some of the applications provided by voice assistants in your day-to-day life. (see Figure 1):
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Fabrizio Librizzi, Technical Marketing, STMicroelectronics, 8/15/2017   Comment now  
Editor's comment: We will see here how a low-leakage semiconductor switch can save the day and your design. All switches are not created equal!
Dennis Feucht
Dennis Feucht, Electronics Engineer, 8/14/2017   Comment now  
There is a paradoxical "inverse Miller effect" that occurs in transistor amplifiers. When Kv → 0 with a bridging capacitance of Zf = 1/s x Cf, then the Miller-effect equivalent Co = Cf x (1 + 1/Kv ) at the output node goes to infinity, and, it would seem, bandwidth goes to zero. But just the opposite happens.
Scott Deuty
Scott Deuty, Power Electronics Expert, 8/12/2017   Comment now   2 comments
Recently I had the privilege of dissecting the Half Bridge LLC circuit. I thought that this would make for a good series of blogs starting with the basics and working forward. I will say that it took some time and reading several articles, chapters, dissertations, and application notes in order to grasp the true operation of this circuit. It took more ...
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Busy Blogger, Busy Blogger, 8/11/2017   Comment now  
Editor's note: Readers will have to register or log in (if you already have an account) for free on Science Translational Medicine, in order to view the entire abstract referenced in the following blog.
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