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Content posted in October 2017
Silicon plus Analog May Replace the Imaging Lens
Analog Angle  
10/31/2017   Post a comment
The traditional optical-imaging lens may be replaced by a silicon photosensor array plus sophisticated image-capture timing and analog circuitry, if this CalTech project can be extended
Satellite Growth is Great News for Analog
Analog Angle  
10/30/2017   Post a comment
Satellites have evolved from one-of-a-kind, customized systems to moderate-volume “products” with positive implications for analog components and design.
The Eco Friendly Industry: How electronics technology can protect the environment, Part 2
Busy Blogger  
10/27/2017   Post a comment
Today the level of CO2 in the air is one of the main causes of the global warming, which is responsible for many dangerous climate changes.
The Eco-Friendly Industry: How electronics technology can help protect the environment, Part 1
Busy Blogger  
10/26/2017   4 comments
Nowadays the protection of the environment from pollution is one of the top priorities for many big companies operating in the electronics sector, like for example Apple
Options Multiply in Auto Power Supply Design
Vikram Patel  
10/25/2017   Post a comment
In this post, we’ll look at selection criteria for linear and switching solutions, system supplies and SBCs for the automotive market.
NASA: It's Rocket Science
Steve Taranovich  
10/25/2017   2 comments
Rocket Science is based upon math and science principles. Newton's Laws of Motion and the forces on a rocket are critical to the successful launch of any spacecraft.
Power management for safe, reliable railway systems: Battery backup
Steve Taranovich  
10/24/2017   Post a comment
Positive Train Control (PTC) is being implemented in our nation’s railway systems to save lives.
Electric Trailer Brakes, An Archaic Electromechanical Technology That Still Works
Scott Deuty  
10/23/2017   1 comment
I recently had to delve into the brakes on a trailer and was quite surprised at how they work.
How Sensors are Advancing Electronics Technology, Part 1
Scott Deuty  
10/23/2017   Post a comment
Sensor technology is rapidly advancing in electronics. In this series I look at various sensors and their end applications. I will also look at the electronics that convert sensor input in both analog and digital signaling.
Tesla wants to re-build Puerto Rico's Power system infrastructure
Steve Taranovich  
10/19/2017   3 comments
Tesla wants to re-build Puerto Rico’s Power system infrastructure
Line Regulation Measurement Coding in Python
Jonathan Harris  
10/19/2017   Post a comment
I would like to take a few moments to give folks some insight into some of the coding that I did when measuring LDO line regulation
Designing GaNFast Mobile Chargers
Gene Sheridan  
10/19/2017   Post a comment
GaN power ICs are fast, very fast, and high switching frequencies means more power and faster charging in smaller & lighter weight footprints and outlines. But which architecture is best suited to take advantage of such a fast power device?
LLC Power Conversion Explained, Part 6: Resonant Frequency Operation and Waveforms
Scott Deuty  
10/15/2017   1 comment
This blog focuses on the waveforms that result when operating an LLC circuit
How NASA helps Earth in natural disasters
Steve Taranovich  
10/14/2017   Post a comment

Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Wildfires---all natural disasters occurring in 2017 thus far. Let’s take a look at how NASA technology, developed for space applications, is used to help people on Earth in these types of situations.

Almost dead batteries power electronic circuits
Victor Chertakovsky  
10/14/2017   3 comments
Almost 100% of the batteries out there that have been thrown away as dead, aren’t really dead
It takes a village to build a city
Publisher's Perspective  
10/13/2017   Post a comment
Cities, industry must work together to foster innovation
The Hottest Data-Storage Medium Is...Magnetic Tape?
Analog Angle  
10/9/2017   2 comments
Old-fashioned tape-drive technology is reaching new performance levels, and gaining new uses for archival, low-cost, protected storage and backup.
i-Robot: A new approach to robotics to make our life easier and safer, Part 9
Busy Blogger  
10/9/2017   Post a comment
Could Robots contribute effectively to submarine challenging explorations?
Simple, Precise, Bi-Directional Current Source
Steve Taranovich  
10/9/2017   1 comment
Stay tuned for Jerry Steele’s upcoming article on EDN entitled, “Simple, Precise, Bi-Directional Current Source”---here’s a teaser
Considering the Car as a Mobile Antenna "Farm"
Analog Angle  
10/7/2017   Post a comment
As cars add more RF connectivity paths, placing all those needed antennas is a major design challenge and headache.
Precision MOSFET array brings low power to Energy Harvesting and IoT sensing architectures
Steve Taranovich  
10/4/2017   Post a comment
Zero-threshold precision MOSFET technology will enable designers to build better current sources, current mirrors, and oscillator circuits using precision P-channel, zero-threshold MOSFETs.
Alternative Uses of Packaging in Electronics
Dennis Feucht  
10/3/2017   Post a comment
In an era of collapsing economies, waning affluence, and too much garbage amid scarcity, a characteristic that is part of the engineering character - resourcefulness - is due to come back in vogue, as we are challenged to optimize the use of limited resources.
Rarely Asked Questions-Issue 145: A Low Power, Low Cost, Differential Input to a Single-Ended Output Amplifier
Steve Taranovich  
10/3/2017   2 comments
How do I make a low cost, low power, differential input into a single-ended output amplifier?




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