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Content posted in August 2013
Contrary to Rumor, Analog Circuit Design Is Alive & Exciting
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8/29/2013   5 comments
The Texas Instruments' Analog Design Contest for college teams shows innovation and ingenuity coupled with solid design and documentation.
Can a Car Be 'Over-Sensored'?
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8/27/2013   34 comments
The availability and abundance of sensors in mass-market products can provide a performance edge, but at what cost in headaches?
Is Analog-IC Design Still So Special?
Analog Angle  
8/22/2013   8 comments
The conventional wisdom is that designing an analog IC takes more art and special processes than digital ICs do, but to what extent is this still true?

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