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Analog Design: Three Free eBooks
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
5/18/2016   16 comments
The real world is analog in nature, so it behooves digital designers to at least have a grasp of what it takes to dip ones toes in the analog waters.
IoT Library: Wirelessly Reprogrammable Software-Defined Battery-Less Computers
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
5/17/2016   Post a comment
Mobile phones and similar portable, wearable electronic devices will be first to have this technology but its impact on design will be much wider.
Where Are All the TEM-Based Bar Jokes?
Engineering Investigations  
5/16/2016   38 comments
When you come to think about it, it looks like the 'S' (science) portion of STEM-related bar jokes is well-covered, but what about the 'TEM'?
How Do You Know When an Engineer is Cooked?
Engineering Investigations  
5/12/2016   40 comments
How can you tell when an engineer is ready to leave the nest and soar wild and free through the engineering skies?
Open Hardware, Software & Minds
Engineering Pop Culture!  
5/9/2016   Post a comment
The people who attended the 2016 Annual Gulu Technology Camp found a doorway to future that they had never seen before -- who knows where it will lead them?
Novel Soldering Technique Using Pseudo TIG Welder
Engineering Investigations  
4/28/2016   12 comments
Although it claims a 100-year life, the power LED in this video comes to an early demise.
IoT Library: Mesh Networks Ideal for Smart Home Control Applications
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
4/27/2016   1 comment
Mesh networking is emerging as an ideal design solution for interconnecting a large number of network devices.
Time Portal Tribute to Classic Science Fiction Films of Yesteryear
Engineering Pop Culture!  
4/26/2016   64 comments
Can you suggest any classic science fiction movies and TV shows that should be represented via images in the Caveman Diorama Time Portal?
Finally, a Marketer Who Understands Engineers
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
4/25/2016   9 comments
Smart Marketing for Engineers shows that it's possible for a non-engineer to understand how engineers think.
The Best Oophalopompatronium I've Seen Today!
Engineering Pop Culture!  
4/20/2016   15 comments
Who amongst our number would not love to have one of these little beauties at our disposal?
IoT Library: Raspberry Pi’s ARM Processor Internet Ready
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
4/18/2016   Post a comment
Raspberry Pi’s 1.2GHz ARM Cortex-A53 processor with WiFi and Bluetooth is now Internet ready
Happy Square Root Day!
Engineering Pop Culture!  
4/4/2016   39 comments
In which we are presented with a poser: How should one go about celebrating a holiday like Square Root Day?
Very Affordable & Incredibly Useful Electronic Component Testers
Engineering Investigations  
3/31/2016   28 comments
These testers would be worth the money if all they did was test capacitors -- the fact that they also work with resistors, inductors, diodes, and transistors is cream in the cake.
Standing at the Crossroads of Coherence & Delusion
Engineering Investigations  
3/30/2016   36 comments
We are all travelers of the infinite. The galaxy is calling to us via a resonance cascade. Can you hear it?
Uber-Cool iClever Folding Bluetooth Keyboard
Engineering Pop Culture!  
3/21/2016   28 comments
This little beauty's case is formed from aluminum, and the way in which it folds and unfolds is really rather clever.
IoT Library: Diffie and Hellman’s Public-Key Cryptography Wins ACM
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
3/18/2016   Post a comment
The battle between Washington and Silicon Valley over encryption and intelligence gathering wasn’t always the conspicuous battle it has become.
Cunning Chronograph: Outfoxed by Daylight Saving Time
Engineering Investigations  
3/16/2016   3 comments
What is required is an algorithm that can take the year, month, day, hour, minute, and second values from our RTC and tell us if we're currently in DST.
Exploding Capacitors: True Story of Blast from Past
Engineering Pop Culture!  
3/15/2016   Post a comment
A true story of how an exploding capacitor delayed the development of part of the British computer industry by at least six months.
What Is Your Favorite Electronics Shop?
Engineering Pop Culture!  
3/12/2016   2 comments
I have many fond memories of various electronics shops. What's your favorite?
Pssst! Want a free robot?
Engineering Pop Culture!  
3/11/2016   Post a comment
We're going to give away four "Hello There!" robots at the forthcoming ESC Boston to complement the wireless mesh networked "Hello There!" badges.
IoT Library: Intelligent Hall-Effect Sensors Open New Application Doors
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
3/10/2016   Post a comment
In the age of ultra-low power, the sub-microamp, intelligent, Hall-Effect sensor may be the smartest sensor around.
Are Your Charging Habits Degrading Your Smartphone & Tablet?
Engineering Investigations  
3/9/2016   12 comments
Recharging your smartphone or tablet computer when it's down to 50% charge may significantly extend the service life of your battery.
Book Review: Learn to Program with Minecraft by Craig Richardson
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
3/8/2016   9 comments
"Learn to Program with Minecraft" offers an incredibly user-friendly, intuitive, and innovative approach for learning the Python programming language.
I'm Ready to be Obducted -- Take Me!
Engineering Pop Culture!  
3/4/2016   14 comments
Obduction -- the spiritual successor to Myst and Riven -- is scheduled for release in June 2016; the Oculus Rift is anticipated in July!
IoT Library: Wireless Sensor Networks Tuned for Big Data Collection
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
3/1/2016   Post a comment
Wireless sensors used in sports broadcasts, for one example, are giving us more data to play with.
The Great Capacitor Plague of the Early 21st Century
Engineering Investigations  
2/25/2016   17 comments
Humongous numbers of capacitors manufactured between 1999 and 2003 started to fail in systems around 2002 to 2005...
Book Review: The Inventor's Dilemma by David J. Gerber
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
2/23/2016   19 comments
It's not too much to say that H. Joseph Gerber played an essential role in transforming American industry and boosting the nation's economy.
IoT Library: Hybrids & Electrics--the Electronic Car in the Modern Age
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
2/17/2016   4 comments
What exactly is under the hood of these hybrid and electric wonders?
IoT Library: Infrared LEDs Boost Machine Vision, Day and Night
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
2/12/2016   1 comment
Where do you go for in-depth, insightful help in understanding and selecting IR LEDs for CCTV application requirements?
Mars Ate His Spacecraft
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
2/11/2016   Post a comment
Renowned around the world as being an embedded engineer's embedded engineer and a consummate speaker, Jack Ganssle's presentations are "must-see" events.
A Century Ago, Einstein’s General Relativity Solved an Orbital Measurement Discrepancy
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
2/9/2016   5 comments
The now well-known theory was used to explain a tiny discrepancy between Newtonian equations of Mercury's orbit versus observed data.
IoT Library: Sensor Design & Fusion in the Age of Smart
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
2/2/2016   Post a comment
IoT designers need to learn how to integrate entire databases of “perceptual information” from data-rich sensors into future products.
Which Coding Standard is Best for Embedded Software?
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
1/26/2016   62 comments
Even beginners can read the Embedded C Coding Standard in only one evening, but it will dramatically change the way they write their programs in the future.
IoT Library: To Better Living Through Biosensors
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
1/18/2016   1 comment
New biosensors and bioelectronics systems work with smartphones and wearables. How are you designing with these sensors and where can we find the best information about them?
Book Review: Junkyard Jam Band by David Erik Nelson
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
1/15/2016   6 comments
The bottom line is that Junkyard Jam Band is a winner that describes how to build instruments suitable for all ages.
My Time as a Rocket Scientist
Engineering Pop Culture!  
1/14/2016   2 comments
Some observations on the Canadarm2, the Canadian robotic arm on the International Space Station.
IoT Library: Roadmap to Internet of Things Connectivity
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
1/11/2016   4 comments
What's in your library?
Keeping an Eye on the International Space Station
Engineering Investigations  
1/9/2016   11 comments
It is inspiring to think that there are people living and working on ISS, and that there are plenty of embedded systems up there keeping it going.
CES: High-Tech Pix from a No-Tech Photographer
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
1/9/2016   1 comment
Subjective photo impressions of CES from a casual observer's point of view.
Be Alert for Power-Related Conventional Wisdom
Engineering Investigations  
12/29/2015   Post a comment
It's a good idea to step back and check those baseline component and design assumptions because there are many legitimate exceptions to mainstream thinking, even in standard designs.
Math, the Universal Language?
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
12/28/2015   9 comments
If we could somehow speak in mathematics instead of English, how many miscommunications would we be able to negate?
Why I Love My SMU
Engineering Pop Culture!  
12/24/2015   1 comment
How my Keithley source-measure unit became my favorite test instrument.
Vote for the Engineer of the Year!
Engineering Pop Culture!  
11/25/2015   Post a comment
Time for you to cast your vote for the DesignCon Engineer of the Year.
IPC Announces Soldering Competition Winner
Engineering Pop Culture!  
11/23/2015   1 comment
IPC has announced the winner of its hand-soldering compeitin at Productronica 2015. Most competitions are held outside North America.
Heating Up: Beneath the Surface Pro 4 Tablet
Engineering Investigations  
11/12/2015   1 comment
Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 hybrid tablet uses innovative system to deal with heat.
Book Review: CHIPS 2020 Updates Essential View of Nanoelectronics
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
11/12/2015   Post a comment
CHIPS 2020 Vol 2: New Vistas in Nanoelectronics, edited by Bernd Hoefflinger, follows on from the successful CHIPS 2020: A Guide to the Future of Nanoelectronics, published in 2012.
Internet Blackouts by 2020, Warns Nanoelectronics Book
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
11/9/2015   Post a comment
CHIPS 2020 Vol 2: New Vistas in Nanoelectronics looks at the state-of-the-art in nanoelectronics but its most significant finding is at the global scale; that unless changes are made the proliferation of nanoelectronics is set to produce blackout failures of the Internet by 2020 due to a lack of electrical power.
ESC Minn: Tech History Trivia Team Quiz
Engineering Pop Culture!  
10/28/2015   1 comment
Participate in trivia quiz at ESC in November. Each team member of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place teams will go home with a Cubelets or t-shirts.
Tech Gadgets For Your Halloween Ghost-Hunting
Engineering Investigations  
10/28/2015   Post a comment
If you're looking to get your spooky on this Halloween with ghosts, vampires, or zombies, we've got the technology to help you do it.
Sonolevitation
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
10/23/2015   1 comment
One's mind may recall the pyramids' potential methods of construction, but again, who could produce at that time such an intense sonowave? Rather impossible. But again......
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