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“Fast Chargers … Going GaN Fast!!”
Gene Sheridan  
7/31/2017   Post a comment

In this blog, let’s talk about one of the biggest market opportunities for these new power systems: fast chargers

Smith Chart: Old Tool, New Home
Analog Angle  
7/27/2017   1 comment
Nearly 100 years old, the widely-used Smith chart is now owned by an IEEE society.
NASA and Biosphere 2: Future research for Deep Space Habitats (DSH)
Steve Taranovich  
7/22/2017   Post a comment
Now I will discuss the future efforts by NASA and the Biosphere 2 towards a functional BLSS
Acquisitions, Semiconductors, and Bracketology
Scott Deuty  
7/22/2017   Post a comment
With all of the mergers, acquisitions, and spinoffs going on in the world, I’ve been thinking about writing an article on this subject for several years.
GaN power finds its way, via AirFuel, into Dell’s Lattitude 7285
Steve Taranovich  
7/19/2017   Post a comment
GaN power element technology has found its way into a major application in the industry with the release of the Dell Latitude computer using the AirFuel standard
Can you guess what this is?
Steve Taranovich  
7/16/2017   9 comments
The first reader to guess what the image below is, with the manufacturer name and model number, will get first choice of a list of books to follow. The next five readers to do that will get their choice of the remaining books in order of who is second, third, etc.
Rarely Asked Questions—143: Burned by Low Power? When Lower Current Consumption Can Get You Into Trouble
Abhinay Patil  
7/13/2017   4 comments
Linear regulators are fairly simple devices and don’t have too many challenges. With that said, you can still get into trouble with them occasionally.
Freelancing and NDAs (NonDisclosure Agreements)
Scott Deuty  
7/12/2017   1 comment
I have NDA’s to protect my client’s interests however at times they can be limiting to a point where they require adjustment. That’s why I read every NDA in full several times.
The Miller Effect, Part 2: The Generalized Single-Stage Amplifier
Dennis Feucht  
7/10/2017   4 comments
In the undergraduate active-circuits course in electronics engineering, the analysis of circuits is simplified, as it must be for introductory presentation.
Biosphere 2: Sensors, science and technology helping to understand and improve the environment in which we live
Steve Taranovich  
7/6/2017   Post a comment
The sensors, science, and technology of Biosphere 2




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