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Content posted in September 2018
My Personal STEM Experiment
Analog Angle  
9/27/2018   1 comment
It’s hard to find viable, simple, tangible demonstrations of STEM-related concepts, but an old-fashioned Received Signal-Strength Indictor (RSSI) and TV provided one.
Is Graphene the Next Silicon?
Analog Angle  
9/27/2018   1 comment
Like Silicon, single-atom sheets of Carbon, known as Graphene, can be the base material for diverse innovations across multiple disciplines and applications.




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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
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Here, model testing steps will be shown for the VFA then external adjustments to match reported data sheet numbers will be shown
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