Faster FFT, young listeners and MP3s & LPs Audio DesignLine Blog 1/25/2012 Post a comment Some recent audio-related items that caught my eye include a Fast(er) Fourier Transform, a new study on the 'iPod generation' and MP3 sound, a poll on younger listeners and LPs, and a 'circuit' diagram that's reminiscent of some DIY audiophile designs.
Slideshow: MEMS conquering sports News & Analysis 1/21/2012 6 comments MEMS are revolutionizing sports, health and fitness by making possible scores of new products that help athletes analyze and improve performance.
Allegro Microsystems A1357 sensor IC Product News 1/19/2012 1 comment Allegro MicroSystems has introduced a customer programmable linear hall-effect sensor IC that features a pulse width modulated two-wire output and supports a temp range from 40°C to 150°C.
ST offers dual-function MEMS gyroscope Product News 1/6/2012 1 comment STMicroelectronics NV has introduced the L3G4IS MEMS gyroscope with two output paths; one optimized for user-interface functions and the other for image stabilization in cameras.
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