Getting the design done - on time, on spec, on budget, ahead of the competition and for the needs of the market - is your job. Our job is to make yours easier. Hence the new Design section of EE Times.com.
Whereas our News & Analysis section keeps you abreast of the business of technology and helps you identify emerging concepts, in Design our aim is to help you design to those trends. The Design section is your resource for timely features, blogs, commentary, how-to articles, technical papers, Webinars, input from domain experts and courses on the latest technologies and techniques.
You can find the specific information you need using our comprehensive site search capability, or you can jump right to the information we’ve corralled for you in any one of our 18 DesignLines. Each DesignLine focuses on a key area of technology or hot application, from MCUs, programmable logic, analog and signal processing devices to power management, automotive, embedded, industrial control and communications apps. Click on any article, and it will pop up accompanied by related features, news, courses and products from around our network to help you get the full picture. If you’re immersed in any of these areas or have a problem for which you need solutions, turn to the DesignLines and their growing roster of domain experts and community members.
The section also features teardowns, where we take apart and analyze the latest electronic systems and devices. Our Reference Design and Development Kit features spotlight the latest offerings to help you get off the ground quickly with your design, while in the Get Involved portion of Design, we encourage you to participate in our discussions and activities. We’ve put comment boxes in every story so you can have your say.
And if an article sparks an idea for a further feature, let us know, and we’ll help you bring your idea to fruition.
By Patrick Mannion, editorial director, Design & Products, EE Times Group