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Busy Blogger, Busy Blogger, 10/22/2016   Comment now   1 Comment
In E-bike: Applying modern technology to urban mobility with low impact to the environment, Part 2 of this blog series I have described the application of the electronics technology to e-bikes, that are powerful enough to be utilized in demonstrative e-ride contests. Because of their easy usage, the e-bikes are more frequently being utilized in everyday ...
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 10/21/2016   Comment now   1 Comment
My first engineering manager taught me to make sure that my power supply design would work first on paper and then I could breadboard it. That was in 1973 before there were high-integration ICs and modules along with excellent software tools that are available to power system circuit designers in today's design community. My first power supply design was ...
Scott Deuty
Scott Deuty, Power Electronics Expert, 10/21/2016   Comment now  
I have been observing the LED lighting transition in buildings and homes for several years now and realized that there are a lot of subjects that pertain to engineering and in particular analog engineering. The LED Interior Lighting Craze, Part 1 was an introduction to the industry as it currently exists. This second part focuses on reliability. I ...
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 10/20/2016   Comment now  
Editor's note: I am pleased to bring you this month's author on RAQ, Umesh Jayamohan, an applications engineer with Analog Devices in the High Speed Converter Group (Greensboro, NC).
Ken Coffman,Bay Area, Senior, Principal Field Applications Engineer, Intersil
Ken Coffman,Bay Area, Senior, Principal Field Applications Engineer, Intersil , , 10/18/2016   Comment now   12 comments
Editor's note: I am pleased to have Ken Coffman and his partner-in-crime in this excellent blog, Jon Dutra, Principal Electrical Engineer, Microsoft.
Dennis Feucht
Dennis Feucht, Electronics Engineer, 10/17/2016   Comment now   2 comments
In this part, we go to greater depths to look at TL431 dynamics. Adjust your air regulator for the deeper dive. What is seen in the data sheet plots of gain and output resistance for some manufacturers is at first hard to believe.
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Ken Coffman,Bay Area, Senior, Principal Field Applications Engineer, Intersil , , 10/18/2016
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