Fully-Differential Amplifiers and the Leading Edge in Electronics
Dennis Feucht 9/7/2018 2 comments
Semiconductor companies have now had fully-differential amplifiers in their product lines for a few years, though these amplifiers have been in leading-edge electronics for decades. These diff-amps are differential not only at their input but also at their output, doubling output range.
Dennis Feucht 7/2/2018 1 comment
This is a throw-together project using junk box parts that can be useful whenever an interesting-looking waveform is needed for a demonstration or for the beginnings of a video test generator or curve tracer.
Alternative Uses of Packaging in Electronics
Dennis Feucht 10/3/2017 Post a comment
In an era of collapsing economies, waning affluence, and too much garbage amid scarcity, a characteristic that is part of the engineering character - resourcefulness - is due to come back in vogue, as we are challenged to optimize the use of limited resources.
The Shape of Electronics Expertise
Dennis Feucht 9/11/2017 2 comments
As we progress in our acquisition of electronics skills, we occasionally reflect on the “shape” that our knowledge and skills are taking. This article is an overview of basic decisions that “sculpt” our know-how and some of the consequences of the shape of it.
Nikola Tesla was an extraordinary, but very eccentric inventor. His rivalries with Thomas Edison are famous. He died more than 75 years ago, but his discoveries and ideas have helped shape modern electricity, including Wireless Power
The e-car concept is progressively developing through the massive utilization of electronics solutions inside the car which is making driving safer, more comfortable and highly interactive with the driver.
Copper alloy for fasteners with better thermal conductivity and lower electrical resistance than Stainless Steel
Let’s go back a few years and see the top ten tech blogs that Planet Analog readers liked best
Recently, a new introduction has been proposed by the Piquadro Company which presents the Black Square, a new collection of baggage that can be easily tracked by means of electronics technology