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Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor in Chief, EE Times Europe, 11/23/2015   Comment now  
Founded last summer after two years of preliminary research and with several patents pending, Californian startup Circuit Seed embarks father and daughter co-founders Bob and Susan Schober onto a licensing quest for their sub-micron CMOS-based analog circuits.
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 11/22/2015   Comment now   1 Comment
Samantha Cristoforetti was the first Italian woman to go to space, but more importantly to some astronauts, on May 3 of this year was also the first astronaut in history to drink Lavazza Italian espresso while in orbit on the International Space Station (ISS).
Bill Schweber
Bill Schweber, Engineer, Author, Editor, 11/17/2015   Comment now  
I'm a little envious: I see lots of attention given to processors, system architectures, IoT wireless connectivity, development software and tools, GUIs, embedded processors, ultra-low power anything and everything - you catch my drift. Yet for many of their intended applications, success starts with a sensor and its signal conditioning front end (often ...
Ken Coffman is the Stairway Press publisher and contract engineer at Bytech Services
Ken Coffman is the Stairway Press publisher and contract engineer at Bytech Services, , 11/17/2015   Comment now   1 Comment
I've been thinking about MOSFETs. They are as vital to our modern way of life as oxygen. They truly are, think about it. They are all around us, quietly doing their jobs so efficiently that we take them for granted.
Bill Schweber
Bill Schweber, Engineer, Author, Editor, 11/16/2015   Comment now   3 comments
With so much analog-circuit design being done by automated tools and circuit-performance analysis done with tools such as Spice, it may seem anachronistic to actually go through a basic circuit in detail, in order to understand what each component does, and what the tradeoffs associated with component selection may be. It's all too easy, though, for ...
Ioannis (John) Piliounis
Ioannis (John) Piliounis, Designer/resercher at ATLASCOM, 11/11/2015   Comment now   1 Comment
Editor's note: The Mars Rover Curiosity is powered by a Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator (RTG)---See my EDN article The Rover's Energy. NASA's use of an RTG is probably one of the most high tech uses of this principle but using a heat source to produce electricity is not a new concept. In the following blog Ioannis tells us how the unique ...
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Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 11/22/2015
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