REGISTER | LOGIN
Home    Bloggers    Blogs    Article Archives    Messages    About Us   
Tw  |  Fb  |  In  |  Rss
Analog Angle
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.




latest blogs
The primary difference between the speakers I designed and the micro- and mini-speakers that Eminence makes is that the diaphragm is connected directly to the voice coil as opposed to an Aluminum or cardboard 'former' to which the voice coil was connected
Autonomous driving represents one of the most interesting fields of research in the electronics and automotive sectors. This interest is growing by means of projects like the “Roobopoli” which includes the design and testing of prototype autonomous cars having integrated microcontrollers.
Using optimization to design circuits (some might call it organized guesswork – for some algorithms, that’s a pretty good description) isn’t a new insight.
The future of industry is represented by the massive utilization of IoT technology in realizing a more effective and reliable chain of production while maximizing the yield of industrial processes
How could I measure the light intensity of different light sources?
flash poll
educational resources
 
follow Planet Analog on Twitter
Planet Analog Twitter Feed
like us on facebook
our partners
Planet Analog
About Us     Contact Us     Help     Register     Twitter     Facebook     RSS