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Martin Rowe
Martin Rowe, Senior Technical Editor, Test & Measurement, EDN, EETimes, 4/22/2019   Comment now  
Have you ever designed a product only to have it fail electromagnetic interference (EMI) tests for emissions or immunity? If you have, then next time, you can follow some basic design steps to reduce the chances of another failure. EMI consultant Kenneth Wyatt has written a three-part series for Planet Analog's sister publication EDN on how to design ...
Frederik Dostal
Frederik Dostal, Power management technical expert, Analog Devices, 4/22/2019   Comment now  
When power supplies such as step-down regulators or linear regulators are used, they regulate a set voltage to supply a load with electrical energy. In some applications-for example, laboratory power supplies or electronic systems in which various components are connected to longer cables-the regulated voltage is not always particularly accurate at the ...
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Analog and Power Management professional, 4/18/2019   Comment now  
Editor's note: There area plethora of USB Type-C articles out there, but this is the first one I have seen with a really neat design architecture to shrink the board footprint with a high level of integration.
Kendall Castor-Perry
Kendall Castor-Perry, Filter Wizard extraordinaire, 4/18/2019   Comment now  
"Salmon taste on kipper money, that's what you have!", my Grandma used to say to me. I'm not sure it was true, since in those days I didn't really like Salmon. But she was making a Victorian point (yes, she was that old) that you needed to match up your expectations to your resources. Seems to me like the world could do with a bit more of that message ...
Busy Blogger
Busy Blogger, Busy Blogger, 4/18/2019   Comment now  
Electronics technology is playing a progressively more important role in the field of health care because it offers many possibilities; for example, the remote monitoring of patient's conditions by tracking the physical parameters. One instance is monitoring the heart rate or blood pressure in order to enhance the quality of their life, this is known as ...
Aubrey Kagan
Aubrey Kagan, Engineering Manager, Emphatec, 4/17/2019   Comment now   1 Comment
In the third year of my engineering studies there was a rumour that there would be a question on the exam about a FET with some kind of "trench". We scurried to prepare for such an eventuality which, of course, never came up, so I don't know if this was a real concept 40+ years ago, but today there are certainly "trenchFETs". In all probability the ...
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Aubrey Kagan, Engineering Manager, Emphatec, 4/17/2019
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