Content posted in April 2008
See no evil, hear no evil
Analog Design 4/30/2008 Post a comment
At a friend's house last night, I caught the end of a programme called 'Embarrassing Bodies' and decided there were some things I would rather not see in HD!
Catching the MEMS bug
Analog Design 4/23/2008 Post a comment
Rules are there to be broken, so they say, and I have already broken mine by including a product story in my news section. I'll explain ...
ST has just launched two new accelerometers for mobile phones, designed to enable applications like personal navigation, freefall detection, smart user interfaces and intelligent motion-based power management. ST and MEMS is nothing new " indeed, it is precisely its long-term involvement in MEMS research that is paying off right now ...
SPICE and all things nice ...
Analog Design 4/14/2008 Post a comment
I have just been updating myself on the current state of play in the analog EDA world. One consideration struck me " just what made SPICE so enduring and successful?
The utilization of electronics in medical applications could effectively enhance the quality of life of patients and prevent many cardiovascular distresses: this is confirmed by the result of an observational study, about the CPAP device
This blog series deals with the potential of the utilization of smart electronic ICs in medical care applications; these ICs are produced by companies in the field of semiconductors such as STMicroelectronics which has a broad portfolio of ICs for medical applications
There is rising interest in alternative energy schemes and electric vehicles (EVs) which means there is a growing need in making it possible for power to flow efficiently in both directions.
The industries sector is progressively increasing utilization of IoT technology to make the industrial processes automated in a very intelligent way.
Medical care applications with electronic devices are becoming progressively more important and massively adopted.