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Content posted in April 2017
Use Excel to set DIP switches
Aubrey Kagan  
4/28/2017   Post a comment
Developing power management solutions to meet the demands of harsh environments
Robert Huntley  
4/27/2017   Post a comment
In an industrial installation, design engineers face an additional consideration: the impact harsh environments will have on sensitive electronic components.
Determining Wind Chill: When the Sensor is Not the Issue
Analog Angle  
4/27/2017   Post a comment
There’s an unavoidable gap between the high accuracy of air-speed measurements and the modest confidence in the wind-chill conclusions derived from those measurements.
Smart Audio, Part 1
Edoardo Gallizio  
4/25/2017   2 comments
Why 5G Impresses and Worries Me
Analog Angle  
4/20/2017   1 comment
Introduction to Wireless Power Transfer
Rosti Lemdiasov  
4/19/2017   2 comments
The Brooklyn 5G Summit 2017
Steve Taranovich  
4/19/2017   1 comment
Rethink compute density with GaN
Masoud Beheshti  
4/4/2017   2 comments
Here is a blog posted by TI’s Masoud Beheshti which is very relevant for what we saw at APEC with regards to GaN, PFC and Server applications
What’s the PEIC?
Steve Taranovich  
4/1/2017   1 comment
Complementary BJT Configuration
Dennis Feucht  
4/1/2017   4 comments
The Future is Then
Steve Taranovich  
4/1/2017   3 comments




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