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Content posted in August 2018
Analog Circuits Give Boost to STEM Reality
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8/31/2018   Post a comment
Basic, all-analog circuitry can be probed and teach STEM students more than about engineering than just keyboard-based coding
When Lightning Strikes, Will a Surge Protector Help?
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8/28/2018   6 comments
Protecting your PC or similar against lightning-induced line transients should be a problem with several straightforward options as solutions, but it is not.
Yes, Do Put Your Label on Me
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8/1/2018   2 comments
Simple things like proper labeling of cables and additional annotation is an easy way to make a big difference in debugging of prototypes and pilot units.
Can Adding Noise Actually Improve System Performance?
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8/1/2018   2 comments
Improving system performance: Add a small amount random noise to the signal being digitized; this is also called adding “dither.




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