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Content posted in December 2016
Improving in 2017
Scott Deuty  
12/30/2016   7 comments
Lit Up Like a Christmas Tree
Jonathan Harris  
12/29/2016   5 comments
Do They Know that "Analog" Makes Digital TV Possible?
Analog Angle  
12/26/2016   4 comments
It takes a lot of unappreciated analog ICs to make digital image capture, editing, and production into today's seamless reality.
Drone Detection: An Interesting RF Challenge
Analog Angle  
12/26/2016   3 comments
Detection a nearby drone is a difficult task for many reasons, but a new system with a sophisticated 3-D antenna claims to be able to do so.
LEDs and the Christmas Light Craze
Scott Deuty  
12/21/2016   3 comments
As the holidays approach so does the decorating craze. LEDs have done a lot to enhance light shows.
Signal Chain Basics #119: 2-wire 4-20 mA sensor transmitter measurement basics
Signal Chain Basics  
12/11/2016   Post a comment
Today my focus is on avoiding common pitfalls when making measurements on 2-wire sensor transmitter designs
Popular Electronics Magazines and Books - Where Are They?
Dennis Feucht  
12/10/2016   13 comments
In the 20th century there have been three main American publishers of popular electronics books and magazines. All were founded by individuals who published material that bridged the hobbyist-technician-engineer gap
Why LGA beats BGA for Digital Power Modules
Bob Cantrell  
12/9/2016   1 comment
LGA packaging has advantages over BGA that benefit digital power modules, including better thermal efficiency, writes Bob Cantrell, Senior Application Engineer, Ericsson Power Modules
The Basics of Efficient Lighting: An Introduction
Scott Deuty  
12/5/2016   Post a comment
I’m going to focus on a single document that I consider a bible on lighting, “The Basics of Lighting Efficiency”.




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