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ADC Guide, Part 8: ADC reference basics pt. 2
7/25/2012   Post a comment
Understand how these lesser-understood parameters can affect signal and conversion integrity
Class G stereo amplifier IC with digital I2S interface offers power saving benefits
7/25/2012   Post a comment
Toshiba Electronics Europe has expanded its family of ultra-low power stereo headphone amplifier ICs with a new class-G device that claims to combine outstanding audio performance with a digital I2S interface.
TI pursues smart-meter sector with ADS131E08 lowest power AFEs
7/19/2012   Post a comment
TI released its first integrated e-metering product line that it claims offers the lowest power, delivering just 2mW per channel.
Map colors of a CIE plot and color temperature using an RGB color sensor
7/17/2012   1 comment
An RGB color sensor today can be used in a wide variety of lighting applications. Typical examples include industrial lightning, biomedical equipment displays, chemical analysis, TV backlight control, automotive interior and exterior lighting, and decorative or “mood” lighting.
Modern techniques to prevent hacking in medical systems
7/16/2012   Post a comment
The advent of electronics has transformed medical devices to become smarter and more convenient to our daily lives. But recent headlines of hacking point out a consternation of electronics. Medical device designers need to understand new tools and design techniques that can prevent hacking and illicit modification.
ADC Guide, Part 7: ADC reference basics pt. 1
7/12/2012   1 comment
Understand how these lesser-understood parameters can affect signal and conversion integrity
Dual 14-bit A/D converter cuts power consumption 22%
7/11/2012   Post a comment
A two-channel, high-performance 14-bit, 125-MSPS A/D converter by Analog Devices, reduces total power consumption by 22% over competing solutions.
SIGNAL CHAIN BASICS #67: How to design a two-to-four wire converter for RS-485
7/10/2012   Post a comment
Multipoint data communication networks such as Profibus, Modbus, and BACnet often require interoperability of RS-485 two-wire, half-duplex and four-wire, full-duplex bus systems.
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