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Jonathan Harris, Product Applications Engineer, Analog Devices, 1/23/2017   Comment now  
While thinking of all the talk recently about Moore's Law and at the same time recalling my experience at the Cyclotron at Texas A&M (Radiation Effects Facility) I thought of another law that we all know, Murphy's Law. Just to refresh your memory, Murphy's Law states "Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong." For some reference and history you can ...
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Scott Deuty, Power Electronics Expert, 1/23/2017   Comment now  
Perhaps you've seen them standing high on the horizon, rotating at speeds that appear as sluggish. And they seem to be popping up almost everywhere yet unexpectedly as you drive somewhere new. They are the source of wind energy, the wind towers of today.
Bill Schweber
Bill Schweber, Engineer, Author, Editor, 1/22/2017   Comment now  
The growth electronics content in the modern car - whether internal combustion, EV, or HEV - is now an unstoppable reality, it seems. The electronics span engine control, myriad sensors of the car's internal operation, ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems), multiple cameras, and wireless connectivity including satellite radio, Wi-Fi, cellular ...
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 1/22/2017   Comment now  
I had a recent discussion regarding the future of RF and Microwave, with John Cowles, Analog Devices' General Manager for RF and Microwave. Cowles was an RF designer for 18 years and used GaS and GaN technology in his designs 20 years ago. He gave me the following perspective of what we can expect from the following areas of growth for RF & microwave in ...
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Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 1/19/2017   Comment now  
Editor's note: I am pleased to bring you the January 2017 Rarely Asked Questions blog by Analog Devices' David Buchanan.
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Busy Blogger, Busy Blogger, 1/14/2017   Comment now   4 comments
Robots can help humans perform actions that contribute to increasing their overall quality of life. There are many possible applications of this concept, one of these is the robotic hand realized by the School of Advanced Studies Sant'Anna in Pisa, Italy for a project, called Myki, funded by the European Research Council (ERC).
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1/23/2017 2:59:34 AM
Shantaram on i-Robot: A new approach to robotics to make our life easier and safer, Part 6
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