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Member Since: January 19, 2013
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Free Time & Productivity
James Niemann  
9/3/2013   31 comments
Does free time take away from time when you would otherwise be productive? Or does having free time enhance your productive time?
Comment: Re: Heavy vs Light - jbike - 8/27/2013
Comment: Re: MPPT CONTROLLER - jbike - 6/5/2013
Comment: Re: MPPT CONTROLLER - jbike - 6/3/2013
History Indicates Analog Integration Is at an Inflection Point
James Niemann  
4/26/2013   5 comments
Consider the advantages of analog integration by looking back at how more conventional integration technology developed along with the marketplace in which it was used.
Digging Measured Signals out of the Mud
James Niemann  
3/15/2013   3 comments
Figuring out ways to find and measure the signals you want (especially low-level, low-frequency signals) in the midst of noise is one of the bigger challenges for the analog engineer.
Comment: Re: It's not just AM - jbike - 3/2/2013
Innovation Pays It Forward
James Niemann  
2/12/2013   6 comments
The design work you do often has far reaching consequences. It can do good far beyond your lab bench and your shipping dock.

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