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Content posted in April 2018
Texas Instruments still carries on Unitrode power seminar tradition
Steve Taranovich  
4/30/2018   5 comments
I recently attended the Texas Instruments 2018 Power Supply Design Seminar held in Phoenix, AZ. There were engineers from local companies from all around the Phoenix area in attendance that filled the hotel conference room.
California Invention Convention empowers young innovators
Steve Taranovich  
4/30/2018   1 comment
While celebrating Maxim Integratedís 35 years of innovation, the company chose to host and highlight the California Invention Convention that empowers young inventors and supports innovative problem-solving in California schools.
Smart Mobility: Electronics technology applied to smart mobility with low impact to the environment, Part 10
Busy Blogger  
4/26/2018   Post a comment
Electronics technology has the potential to empower clean transportation especially in the automotive field, by playing a key role into the realization of electric cars or motorcycles.
Smart Mobility: Electronics technology applied to smart mobility with low impact to the environment, Part 9
Busy Blogger  
4/23/2018   2 comments
On the frontier of electric transport, there is a possible solution with an electric bus fleet adopted in the cities of Luxembourg starting from June 2017 in collaboration with Volvo.
Single Event Effects (SEEs) with High Speed ADCs: Single Event Transient (SET)
Jonathan Harris  
4/21/2018   3 comments
Now letís move to our next SEE topic which is single event transients (SETs)
NASA TESS peering into the abyss of deep space for life: Are we alone?
Steve Taranovich  
4/16/2018   4 comments
NASAís Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) may possibly launch on Wednesday April 18, 2018 this week.
The e-health program, a new approach to health care, by utilizing electronic technology, Part 3
Busy Blogger  
4/12/2018   1 comment
The development of electronics technology is gaining importance in helping e-medicine assist patients facing the challenges that daily life activities represent, especially for people affected by their neural system malfunctioning.
Optimizing SAR ADC driver amplifier and RC filter circuit settling using SPICE
Signal Chain Basics  
4/11/2018   2 comments
In this article, Iíll show you how to optimize SAR driver amplifier and RC filter settling performance by using SPICE simulations.
Problem Solver: Multiplying Digital-to-Analog Converter
Steve Taranovich  
4/9/2018   1 comment
How could a multiplying DAC be used other than as a DAC?
Maximizing Zero Drift Amplifier Signal Integrity
Jerry Steele  
4/9/2018   1 comment
Like all engineering solutions, zero-drift op amps also have their limitations. One of the less obvious is a result of the fact that the internal circuit contains a clocked system
Discussion regarding high switching frequency leading to smaller magnetics in Power designs
Steve Taranovich  
4/4/2018   14 comments
I commented to Mr. Ćuk that we should take this discussion to our worldwide, vast technical audience of electronics experts on Planet Analog for a true and fair discussion.
Designing higher frequency active filters to drive differential input high-speed ADCs
Michael Steffes  
4/3/2018   Post a comment
A recent >30MHz active filter design will be described here and updated to more accurately fit the desired response shape.
Scientists determine that Maxwell's electric field theory is in error
Steve Taranovich  
4/1/2018   6 comments
Today it was revealed that James Clerk Maxwellís electric field theory is all wrong!

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