They say that power corrupts. I donít know about that; maybe Iíll let you know when I actually have some. But one thing I have found in electronic system design is that the search for low power corrupts. Corrupts signals, that is. And the scary part is that the people doing the searching often donít realize it.
In the course of researching another piece, I came across a picture of a solder hand-launching an RQ-11 drone sorry, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) in an article on military connectors. The text mentioned that researchers are working on exploiting an idea from Mother Nature- flapping wings - to develop a Micro AV (MAV) that looks more like a bird, thereby achieving a degree of camouflage.
What role did the jester play in history?
Iím a huge fan of Albert Einstein. As many physicists will agree his theories are the most pure expression of genius in the history of humankind.
It's a misconception to think that electrical engineering is mostly about doing software, but exposure to basic, analog circuits can change that misconception and become entry to the world of real signals.