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Content posted in January 2013
When Your Sensors Mislead You
Analog Angle  
1/30/2013   12 comments
The severely misleading icing-sensor data on the Airbus A330 is a reminder that you must verify and confirm the numbers transducers provide before you take major actions.
Go Offline & Crack Open a Design Book
Analog Angle  
1/22/2013   18 comments
Even in our online age of blogs and short postings, old-fashioned book-length works with comprehensive subject treatments can help you learn from the experiences and mistakes of others, since you don’t have time or opportunity to make them all yourself.
Hey, Digital Guys: Wake Up & Smell the Analog Reality!
Analog Angle  
1/14/2013   15 comments
Even if you are doing digital design, you’re living in the analog world. You not only have to get used to it, but you have to learn to succeed in it.




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