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Content posted in February 2014
Invest in a Simulator
Analog Angle  
2/18/2014   70 comments
A simple hardware instrument can be a big help when designing circuits for transducer and analog I/O -- if you know what to look for.
Your Radiography AFE Killed My Light-box Business
Analog Angle  
2/7/2014   9 comments
The many advantages of digital X-rays compared to long-established film technology are proving nearly irresistible, as costs come down while image quality increasingly meets medical standards.
What Can Basic RLC Sensing Tell You?
Analog Angle  
2/6/2014   1 comment
We are so comfortable with leading edge, advanced instrumentation and associated measurements that we can easily overlook what fundamentals such as resistance, inductance, and capacitance readings.




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