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Content posted in August 2016
More to Microphones than MEMS
Analog Angle  
8/15/2016   22 comments
MEMS-based microphones are way ahead of traditional electromechanical microphones in unit volume; the classic designs still have their unique roles—but for how long?
Bluetooth-Enabled Tools: Too Much IoT?
Analog Angle  
8/12/2016   2 comments
Adding wireless connectivity and an app to a basic product brings benefits, but at what design cost plus potential user headaches?

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