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posted in November 2006
Cut costs by using wireless IP nets for M2M applications
Design How-To  
11/28/2006   Post a comment
Design engineers must consider many options, including an Internet controller IC, to deliver the most cost-effective solution.
Choosing an Oscilloscope with the Right Bandwidth
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11/21/2006   Post a comment
Bandwidth is the specification that most engineers consider first when they select an oscilloscope. This article provides some guidance on how to select an oscilloscope with the appropriate bandwidth for digital and analog applications.
Tips and techniques for power supply noise measurements
Design How-To  
11/12/2006   1 comment
The higher switching speeds, faster slew rates, more active pins per package, and smaller signal swings cause an increase in power supply noise in digital designs. Here are some helpful techniques and tools for analyzing power supply noise.
65 nm: Where are the chips?
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11/6/2006   Post a comment
In January of this year--about two years after it shipped the first 90-nanometer Prescott--Intel began shipping 65-nm versions of its Pentium D Presler processor. Intel has now shipped more than 40 million 65-nm processors.



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Max Maxfield
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Glen Chenier

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Glen Chenier
3 comments
It is often said that "the devil is in the details." All too often those details are hidden deep within a datasheet, where you can easily overlook them. When a datasheet reference circuit ...

David Blaza

RadioShack: The End Is Nigh!
David Blaza
123 comments
I'm feeling a little nostalgic today as I read about what looks like the imminent demise of RadioShack, at least as we currently know it. An old ubiquitous cartoon image popped into my ...

Larry Desjardin

Engineers Should Study Finance: 5 Reasons Why
Larry Desjardin
47 comments
I'm a big proponent of engineers learning financial basics. Why? Because engineers are making decisions all the time, in multiple ways. Having a good financial understanding guides these ...