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Dennis Feucht
Content posted in May 2013
An Instrument on a Chip? A Look Back
Dennis Feucht  
5/22/2013   14 comments
Analog monolithic integration has unused capability that stimulates "What if ...?" thinking.
Thermocouple Nodules, Cold Junctions & Integration Opportunities
Dennis Feucht  
5/17/2013   16 comments
The ability to integrate some common analog electronics has been overlooked, creating a wide opportunity for creative IC developers.
What Are the Limits to Integration?
Dennis Feucht  
5/8/2013   7 comments
Are there any more general fundamental limits to electronics integration? How much smaller can processes get, and what are the consequences? Will this be the limiting factor for integrated analog?

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