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6/30/2015 7:35:34 AM
Ronald Quan
Ronald Quan, Author, 6/26/2015   Comment now  
When Radio Shack announced that they were closing stores, unfortunately the one in Cupertino (De Anza Blvd.) was one of them. Early this year, one of the clerks in that store told me that March 31st, 2015 was the last day. I made a few visits buying solar cells, boxes, amplifiers, transformers, and incandescent lamps.
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 6/25/2015   Comment now   4 comments
In 2009, Time Magazine called the Iridium global satellite program a tech failure. Motorola backed it for global satellite phone usage and filed for bankruptcy in 1999 after spending $5B to build and launch the infrastructure of satellites.
Most recent post, salimhussain, 6/30/2015 7:01:58 AM
nice post
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 6/23/2015   Comment now  
I have been in many discussions with Interuniversity Microelectronics Centre (imec), a micro-and nanoelectronics research center headquartered in Leuven, Belgiumregarding. Their research, especially in the wireless arena, has greatly impressed me with their technical prowess so I want to present this slideshow of some of the pretty amazing technical ...
Edgardo Menendez
Edgardo Menendez, Field Applications Engineer, AVX, 6/23/2015   Comment now  
To summarize this blog series upon its completion, electromagnetic interference (EMI) - which consists of a source, a path, and a victim - is a problem in electrical and electronic systems. Some systems emit noise, others are susceptible to noise, and some both emit and are affected by noise. However, a wide variety of components that can be used to ...
Bill Schweber
Bill Schweber, Engineer, Author, Editor, 6/23/2015   Comment now   3 comments
I have never liked to hear the colloquial word "chips" as a shorthand term for integrated circuits, except when it is used between engineers who actually know what an IC really is. When it is used by the general public, journalists, and those who wouldn't known an IC chip from a potato chip, I think it has a demeaning, diminutive implication that ...
Most recent post, anillosi, 6/30/2015 7:35:34 AM
great one
Edgardo Menendez
Edgardo Menendez, Field Applications Engineer, AVX, 6/22/2015   Comment now  
Components utilized in harsh environment applications are typically subjected to excess mechanical stress, extremely hot or cold temperatures, the increased potential for electrostatic discharge, and/or high levels of radiation. As such, these components are manufactured with materials that are able to handle high temperature variations, and feature ...
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