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Content posted in July 2013
Designing for High Temperature With Discrete Components
William Murray  
7/29/2013   6 comments
Designing for high-temperature environments is no easy task. And finding the right parts makes the task tougher still.
Power-On Reset: The Analog, the Digital & Some of What Can Go Wrong
William Murray  
7/24/2013   9 comments
Most digital circuitry needs to be held in reset whenever the power is coming on or going off. The specific way that you do this is the key to designing a robust, reliable circuit.
Process Management for Radiation Effects at Altitude
William Murray  
7/18/2013   3 comments
Radiation can and will affect electronics at sea level somewhat, but more severely at the altitudes at which most commercial aircraft fly.
When Things Get Very Complex, Is Six-Sigma Enough?
William Murray  
7/15/2013   8 comments
Does six-sigma provide sufficient reliability? How about nine-sigma? Some further thoughts on reliability.
Magnetic Field Sensors
William Murray  
7/12/2013   17 comments
Magnetic fields can be detected and measured with a variety of different sensors. Some of the devices exhibit variations in resistance; some put out a varying voltage or current. Some are inexpensive, general purpose devices. Others are the exact opposite.
Component Count & Reliability
William Murray  
7/8/2013   6 comments
There are factors beyond simply using good quality components that will affect your products reliability. Statistically, the number of components and interconnections will have a direct effect.
Designing Magnetics
William Murray  
7/4/2013   6 comments
Designing inductors and transformers used to be difficult and labor intensive with lots of trial and error. It's a lot easier now.

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