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Content posted in February 2019
Old vs. New Transistor Radio Exemplifies Advances
Analog Angle  
2/25/2019   1 comment
This old-time, multi-transistor Sony TFM-6100W AM/FM radio may be an antique, but it provides a frame of reference to show how far radio technology and products have come in a few decades.
Will Cars Soon Need Their Own ECM?
Analog Angle  
2/25/2019   1 comment
Cars are incorporating radar and other external-facing signal, and may soon have intervehicle data links; they may soon be the victims of deliberate jamming, thus requiring electronic countermeasures.




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