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Dennis Feucht
Content posted in October 2013
Neuronics Creates Highly Efficient Memory, Part 2
Dennis Feucht  
10/31/2013   6 comments
Using analog techniques that mimic the brain, highly efficient memory can be constructed.
Neuronics Creates Highly Efficient Memory, Part 1
Dennis Feucht  
10/30/2013   Post a comment
Using analog techniques that mimic the brain, highly efficient memory can be constructed.
Can We Put Other Instruments on a Chip? Part 2
Dennis Feucht  
10/29/2013   1 comment
Continuing the discussion from Z meters, we take a close look at putting function generators (or waveform generators) on a chip.
Can We Put Other Instruments on a Chip? Part 1
Dennis Feucht  
10/28/2013   Post a comment
Continuing the discussion from Z meters, we take a close look at putting function generators (or waveform generators) on a chip.
Getting From Scopes to Semiconductor Innovations
Dennis Feucht  
10/17/2013   119 comments
Semiconductor companies are in a unique position. They can leverage their capabilities into manufacturing products to use their components.
Z Meter on a Chip? Impedance Meter Integration and Readout
Dennis Feucht  
10/10/2013   5 comments
To finish the analysis of how to fabricate an impedance (Z) meter on an IC, Dennis Feucht takes a look at the readout portion of the meter. This is the last of five blogs covering a Z meter.
Z Meter on a Chip? Impedance Meter Phase Detectors
Dennis Feucht  
10/4/2013   7 comments
To understand how to fabricate an impedance (Z) meter on an IC, Dennis Feucht takes a close look at the phase detector that measures the phase difference between voltage and current with the impedance under test. This is the fourth of five blogs covering a Z meter.




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