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Victor Lorenzo
Victor Lorenzo, Senior Digital and Analog Development Engineer, Consultant, 9/11/2014   Comment now   8 comments
Previous articles in Planet Analog make mention of the "aliasing effect." Most EEs agree in the importance of the aliasing effect as a noise source and take for granted that anti-aliasing filters are a key part in the signal chain path. But, what is the aliasing effect? Where does it come from? Why does oversampling followed by digital filtering and ...
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 9/9/2014   Comment now   2 comments
One of my most talented and interesting authors on Planet Analog and EDN is Dennis Feucht. He has written numerous popular articles and blogs for me. His articles can range from in-depth electronics analysis to advanced technology and flying saucers. Feucht is a proven and well-respected engineer whom I value for his technical expertise and offbeat ...
Dennis Feucht
Dennis Feucht, Electronics Engineer, 9/9/2014   Comment now   2 comments
One of the strategic design considerations for integration of microcomputers into measurement instruments is how to relate the electronic circuits of the instrument to the microcomputer (μC) and user interface. A general model of μC-based instruments is shown below in block diagram form:
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 9/8/2014   Comment now   7 comments
The NASA Orion Spacecraft will have a strong fiber optic emphasis for its on-board data network. This, in conjunction with the need for command and control systems to kick in exactly at specific times for critical on-board functions, necessitates the use of a Time-Triggered Ethernet distribution architecture so these commands happen precisely at "this ...
Signal Chain Basics
Signal Chain Basics, , 9/5/2014   Comment now   3 comments
What is low-side current sensing? The most common method of measuring current is low-side sensing. A sense element or shunt resistor is placed in series with the load between the load and ground (Figure 1).
Matthias Poppel
Matthias Poppel, Chief Operation Officer, EnOcean, 9/5/2014   Comment now   10 comments
EnOcean is partnering with the distributor Farnell element14 for a worldwide engineering design competition. Out of more than 200 applicants, 15 finalists were chosen. Their challenge now is to develop an innovative monitoring and automation application. All technologies provided to the challengers underpin the term "Internet of Things" (IoT).
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An Approximation to the Aliasing Effect: Part 1, the Origin
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