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10|30|2014 My degree is in Control Engineering -- a core of math with "surrounding subjects" of electronics, mechanics, and hydraulics and fluidics. The only ...

10|28|2014 I'm currently cursing myself for being a fool. I have let chances and opportunities slip between my fingers. I deserve to be berated soundly. But what ...

10|27|2014 A few weeks ago, when I was having problems with one of my antique analog meters, someone suggested replacing the failed movement with a servo. Though ...

10|25|2014 I just received a rather interesting email from a member of the EETimes community who prefers to remain anonymous. This message was as follows:

10|24|2014 As part of my ongoing Pedagogical and Phantasmagorical Inamorata Prognostication Engine project (try saying that 10 times quickly), I'm working with ...

10|23|2014 In my previous blog on the topic of my Vetinari Clock project, we pondered a number of possibilities for the positioning of switches on the front ...

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Paul Dillien

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Radiometrix Launches Dynamically Reprogrammable RF Module
Paul Dillien
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In previous columns, I have written about my conviction that programmable RF products represent an exciting new wave for programmable devices. (See: Programmable RF Arena ...

Martin Rowe

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Friday Quiz: Radiated Emissions
Martin Rowe
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Whenever a signal changes, it creates an opportunity to radiate energy. That, in turn, can interfere with a circuit. Today's quiz on radiated emissions comes from ...

Max Maxfield

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Modifying the Center of Balance for Surface-Mount Components
Max Maxfield
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I just received an email from my chum Rick Curl, who poses a rather interesting question. Rick's query was as follows:

Max Maxfield

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Analog Faceplate Design Decisions: Art or Science?
Max Maxfield
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My degree is in Control Engineering -- a core of math with "surrounding subjects" of electronics, mechanics, and hydraulics and fluidics. The only official programming I ...

Susan Rambo

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Donated Test Equipment Outfits College Labs
Susan Rambo
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In a recent round of donations, test-equipment manufacturers Keysight Technologies, of Santa Rosa, Calif., and B&K Precision, of Yorba Linda, Calif., donated a series of ...

Kurt Shuler

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Why Focus Solely on CPU & GPU When Reducing SoC Power?
Kurt Shuler
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Most efforts to control power consumption in System-on-Chip design are focused on the computational units, such as the CPU and GPU. However, other sections of the chip ...

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