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Content posted in May 2013
What's Your Breadboard Look Like?
Analog Angle  
5/27/2013   15 comments
We've come a long way from the original implementation of the circuit breadboard; today's component, density, and speed reality precludes using anything so crude, but oh-so-accessible.
Did You Say 'Programmable Analog'?
Analog Angle  
5/23/2013   19 comments
As technology evolves, the definition of "programmable" analog/mixed-signal ICs has evolved as well; most users find the change to be a very good thing, despite any limitations it may impose.
Litz Wire & Other Component Cleverness
Analog Angle  
5/7/2013   35 comments
Engineers and production people are very good at conceiving and implementing workarounds when the laws of physics introduce impediments, as this basic example shows.
If Integration Is the Solution, What Was the Problem? Part 2
Analog Angle  
5/6/2013   11 comments
Higher levels of component and system integration bring new options – and questions – in both hardware and software domains.
If Integration Is the Solution, What Was the Problem? Part 1
Analog Angle  
5/2/2013   14 comments
Higher levels of component and system integration bring new options -- and questions -- in both hardware and software domains.




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