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Content posted in June 2018
Noise Monitor: Simple Ideas Can Be Winners
Analog Angle  
6/27/2018   1 comment
Simple problem-solving ideas can be potential winners; today’s low-cost sensors and simple I/O interfacing make many of these ideas very feasible at low R&D and BOM cost.
The Allure and Risk of Second Sources
Analog Angle  
6/26/2018   3 comments
Second and alternate sources are both a luxury and risk for designers, so great care in listing them is mandatory.




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