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Content posted in September 2013
Simulating Mixed-Signal ICs: Good or Bad News?
Analog Angle  
9/23/2013   5 comments
Simulators for highly integrated mixed-signal devices have fewer observable points than circuits based on smaller ICs; that's good, or perhaps not so good, for the circuit designer.
Thinking About Ray Dolby, a Truly Unique Engineer
Analog Angle  
9/19/2013   19 comments
Ray Dolby died recently. He was one of the very few engineers known to the general public.
Point/Counterpoint: Let's Debate Integration
Analog Angle  
9/12/2013   7 comments
Sometimes following a trend is the right way to go, and sometimes it's not; it's an issue that designers and users of analog-centric ICs have been debating since the early days of integration.




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