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Member Since: September 24, 2013
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Comment: Re: Bravo, Fred ! - Fred.Molinari - 10/28/2014
Comment: Re: Bravo, Fred ! - Fred.Molinari - 10/27/2014
You Have to Face It Alone
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10/27/2014   5 comments
There is no greater personal challenge for any individual than facing a major quandary.
Do Results Matter?
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9/29/2014   3 comments
Sometimes you have to look past your enthusiasm for developing a new product and look at reality.
Product Compatibility Is a Constant Dilemma
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8/28/2014   14 comments
Because most new products are based on previous ones, engineers and product managers must decide the importance of new features versus compatibility.
Open-Source Will Make Real-Time Measurements Affordable
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7/14/2014   1 comment
Open-source hardware will reduce the cost of real-time measurement systems, making them more cost effective.
Wearable Data Acquisition on the Golf Course
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6/16/2014   6 comments
A wearable data acquisition system that analyzes your golf swing.
Data Acquisition: From Plug-ins to USB to Embedded
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5/28/2014   1 comment
Automated measurements have evolved from computer plug-in cards to external peripherals. Now the computer is being embedded into the measurement system, or is data-acquisition being added to embedded systems?
Technology Winners & Losers: Judgement Beats Analysis
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4/25/2014   10 comments
Most new product ideas fail, but those that succeed with have big payoffs.
PCBs: The Most Overlooked Components
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3/19/2014   5 comments
In today's analog measurement circuits, PC board layout is important for maximizing performance and minimizing noise.
Reviewing Data Acquisition Over Three Decades
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2/19/2014   1 comment
A lot has changed since we designed converters from discrete components.
Starting a Company: A Great Adventure
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1/27/2014   7 comments
Anyone who has ever started a technology company knows what it's like to design and assemble that first product.


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13 comments
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Book Review: Controlling Radiated Emissions by Design
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