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posted in February 2013
Histogram measures jitter on the cheap
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2/27/2013   Post a comment
Investigating measuring jitter using only a mid-range scope's histogram.
Android, FreeRTOS top EE Times' 2013 embedded survey
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2/27/2013   15 comments
Android has become the most popular third-party operating system for embedded applications according to a survey of engineers Ė but as they become more familiar respondents may be starting to shy away from the OS for future projects.
An introduction to piezo MEMS oscillators
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2/26/2013   Post a comment
Piezoelectrically transduced pMEMS resonators have emerged as one of the strong candidates for replacing quartz technology for high-frequency, low phase noise reference applications. In this paper, IDT introduces the design principles and performance characteristics of pMEMS oscillators.
Identify the best power supply for a test application
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2/25/2013   Post a comment
Power supplies are relatively simple, single-function DC devices designed to output controlled voltages, but there is much more to them than this description would suggest.
Characterizing mixed-signal ICs for production
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2/21/2013   Post a comment
This article focuses on mixed-signal device characterization, examining statistical techniques that ensure repeatability of test results, including testing over an ICís rated temperature extremes.
NiZn battery meets scope
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2/15/2013   Post a comment
Time to take a closer look at nickel zinc batteries.
NI identifies latest trends in automated test
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2/14/2013   2 comments
The company surveyed customers as well as its technology suppliers and advisory panels during 20 global events to understand whatís going on in test.
Medical monitoring gets personal, goes mobile
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2/14/2013   3 comments
The trend towards continuous monitoring of vital signs relies on low-power, high-performance sensors, analog and digital processing, and ease of connectivity.
Agilent gives Georgia Tech $90 million in software
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2/13/2013   Post a comment
Agilent Technologies announced the largest software donation in its relationship with Georgia Institute of Technology: so why Georgia Tech, and why now?
Test gets no respect
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2/13/2013   3 comments
Rodney Dangerfield was known to say "I don't get no respect." Sometimes, thatís how it feels to be a test engineer.
Open-source EE design tools
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2/11/2013   Post a comment
The electronics that glue mechanical fixtures and software together don't get the attention they deserve, but are a critical part of the system.
CATV test platform touts performance enhancements
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2/7/2013   Post a comment
Sunrise Telecom announced a major firmware upgrade for its CM3000 and CM3800 DOCSIS 3.0 cable-modem network and spectrum analyzers, enabling cable providers to identify and resolve impairments before they affect customer experience.
Linear Technology LTM8045, a 2.8V-18V input, multi-topology DC/DC ĶModule converter
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2/7/2013   Post a comment
Linear Technology rolled out a 2.8V-18V input, multi-topology DC/DC ĶModule converter, with onboard inductor, power switch and DC/DC controller delivering up to 700mA output current.
NanoMeasure 2013 puts the focus on the small stuff
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2/7/2013   Post a comment
Nanometrology conference will include papers on characterizing graphene and nano-enabled photovoltaics.
Voice over LTE rollouts require new ways of thinking about test
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2/6/2013   Post a comment
A fair amount of engineering considerations have to be taken into account to ensure the successful implementation of VoLTE and the delivery of VoLTE quality assurance.
Grandpa, tell me about old displays
The Engineering Life - Around the Web  
2/6/2013   1 comment
Everything today is LED, LCD, LCD, LED, or LCD. Let's have a look at displays from a more interesting time.
How healthy is your heart?
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2/6/2013   Post a comment
Medical equipments have one thing in common and that is the presence of electronics. From the tiny gadget that checks the amount of sugar in blood to the bulky ECG machine which measures your heart operation. This paper gives a small-window view of the places where electronics is used and has been sitting silently in our lives over the years.
High-speed automotive electronics needs high-performance ESD protection
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2/4/2013   Post a comment
While the marriage of the automobile and consumer electronics improves both the safety and comfort of the driving experience, the rise in electronic subsystems also creates new EMC compliance challenges.
DesignCon Report: Making things happen
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2/1/2013   1 comment
I made it to DesignCon just in time to catch a longstanding panel: The Case of the Closed Eye.
Slideshow: Lessons learned, fun had at DesignCon
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2/1/2013   6 comments
The view from the show floor included excitement over copper traces, silicon optics and beer.


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Just a few minutes ago as I pen these words, I posted this blog about this month's Cartoon Punchline Competition over on EEWeb.com.