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Dennis Feucht
Content posted in June 2013
An Instrument on a Chip? The Minimum-Subsystem Instrument
Dennis Feucht  
6/21/2013   31 comments
Dennis finishes his examination of test equipment on a chip. This final installment looks at the analog -- and other -- integration in electronic measurement instruments. Dennis then looks at just how much can be integrated onto a chip.
An Instrument on a Chip? The Configuration Problem
Dennis Feucht  
6/18/2013   8 comments
This is the third blog in the series about the ways that test instrumentation can be integrated onto an IC -- and the advantages that accrue from doing so.
An Instrument on a Chip? Some Emerging Instruments & the China Factor
Dennis Feucht  
6/5/2013   15 comments
Dennis continues his examination of test equipment on a chip. Equipment such as scopes, function generators, and waveform generators are the perfect products to benefit from integrated analog ICs.




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