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Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 5/17/2018   Comment now  
Ever wonder how we got to 5G? Many earlier discoveries, experiments analyses led to wireless communication, but let's look at what helped spur wireless radio 90 to 100 years ago.
Loren Siebert
Loren Siebert, characterization engineer, high speed amplifiers, Texas Instruments, 5/16/2018   Comment now  
Although current-feedback operational amplifiers (op amps) have been on the market since the 1990s, the current-feedback fully differential amplifier was not introduced until 2007.
Umesh Jayamohan
Umesh Jayamohan, Applications engineer, High Speed Converter Group , Analog Devices, 5/16/2018   Comment now  
Editor's note: I am pleased to bring you another edition of RAQ by Umesh Jayamohan
Dennis Feucht
Dennis Feucht, Electronics Engineer, 5/16/2018   Comment now  
The leaders in any field of human endeavor have some common characteristics. One of them is their keen effort to be at the forefront of any new developments in their field. In electronics engineering, this effort includes frequent updates on available components that can be incorporated into new designs. New components are usually announced on Web pages ...
Tony Armstrong
Tony Armstrong, Director of Product Marketing for Analog Devicesí power products, 5/14/2018   Comment now  
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Mike Doherty
Mike Doherty, Vice President, High Voltage Products, XP Power, 5/12/2018   Comment now  
When it comes to low intensity light detection, performance requirements often lead to selecting devices with greater sensitivity than common photodiodes or even charge coupled devices (CCDs). Specialized detectors such as avalanche photodiodes (APDs), photomultiplier tubes (PMTs) and microchannel plates (MCPs) are often employed for these more precise ...
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