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2008-08-01 Is it too much trouble to learn new tools?
We become emotionally fixated on a certain solution to the exclusion of all others. We could do it right. We could take the time to learn the new tool, the new technique and the new approach. We could do a little planning rather than doing the usual. We could use a little finesse, but we don't. It's too much trouble.
2009-11-11 Integrated solutions make analog filter design easy
This article examines a filter implementation, first using a continuous-time filter and then with a switched-capacitor filter approach to show the differences in performance and complexity.
2012-03-30 Integrated sensor nodes with GSM modems simplify wireless DAQ
Here's a look at the implementation of a sensor network using a global system for mobile communication modem.
2004-10-11 Industry slowdown is short term, says National's Halla
Refraining from making any predictions, National Semiconductor Corp. President and Chief Executive Brian Halla said in an analyst's meeting Tuesday (Oct. 5) that the current slowdown in the electronics industry represents mostly a short-term inventory correction by customers.
2011-10-20 Increase 1V to 1.8V at 90% efficiency with microwatt charge pump
Take a look at this design that provides "always on" standby power for microcontrollers.
2007-12-04 Improve CMRR in CAT-5 video links
This article discusses how to improve the common-mode rejection ratio in single supply differential video transmitter-receiver systems using CAT-5 and other cable types.
2007-07-04 ICs control two three-phase motors simultaneously
NEC Electronics' two new three-phase control device families, V850E/IF3 and V850E/IG3, are claimed to open up all kinds of new application possibilities.
2016-02-15 How to prevent latchup in CMOS chips
Latchup becomes a real problem when you try to power up and down different sections of your design to save power. Find out how to address this issue.
2015-10-19 How to minimise power use in supercapacitor stacks
In this article, we explain how MOSFET-based current balancing can reduce power consumption in supercapacitor stacks.
2012-02-20 How to design wide-band buck regulator
Find out how to design a wide-voltage-band buck regulator, which is a standard buck regulator, but with modifications that allow the output voltage to vary across a wider range.
2013-10-17 High accuracy analogue signal measurement with MCU
Know the various ways to optimise a high precision analogue design for low power consumption.
2008-04-10 Gyro sensors power next-gen PC mouse
A gyro-based mouse is an easy-to-use pointing and control system based on free-space movements and gestures.
2016-04-25 Guard against latchup in CMOS chips
Find out how to deal with latchup, which becomes a real problem when you try to power up and down different sections of your design to save power.
2015-04-29 Grasping DSPism and its limitations
In this article, we explore the cult of DSPism and some of its limitations, as well as how and when microcontrollers can replace analogue circuitry.
2008-01-16 Going old school with peak detection
The analog approach to peak detection is now largely unknown, but it is often better than the mostly digital approach.
2008-01-14 Glitch-free portable charging
A USB-based battery charger must extract as much power from the USB port as efficiently as possible to meet the stringent thermal constraints of today's power-intensive applications.
2007-09-20 Free Spice simulation software rolls for ADI linear circuits
The NI Multisim Analog Devices Edition is a Spice simulation software that helps shrink product development time by allowing designers to quickly and easily test ADI's linear circuits.
2008-12-12 FAQs: Amplifiers (Part 2)
Part two tackles questions such as What is Input Offset Voltage? What is Input Voltage Noise? What is Large-Signal Voltage Gain? What is Linear Phase Deviation?
2008-12-09 FAQs: Amplifiers (Part 1)
Part 1 tackles questions like what are the advantages of the BiCMOS process? What is Output High Voltage (VOH) for a comparator? What is a Programmable Gain Buffer?
2006-12-22 Fan controllers cool high-speed processors
SMSC has announced two fan controllers that promise better fan control through accurate temperature measurement.
2006-05-11 Fairchild enters high-performance amp market
Fairchild enters the high-performance amplifier market with five operational amplifiers designed to optimize bandwidth and reduce power consumption in video applications.
2014-04-03 Evaluating TLV2432 EMI immunity performance
Here's a document that looks into the electromagnetic interference rejection ratio of TLV2432.
2011-10-01 Employing SoC for cost-effective 3D designs
Here's a look at the current 3D active shutter architectures vis-à-vis the next generation solutions now available.
2011-07-18 EMC Basics #8: A primer on troubleshooting EMI problems
Find out how to begin finding and fixing your EMI problem(s).
2011-09-23 Dev't kit geared for medical, smart apps
Energy Micro's development kit includes a 320 x 240 resistive touch color TFT display, 16MB NOR-Flash and 512KB PSRAM.
2011-01-27 Despite what 'experts' say, analog I/O here to stay
Contrary to predictions on analog's fate, analog-based transducer I/O is expanding its markets into all sorts of applications, including higher-visibility applications such as multimedia and smartphones.
2014-03-21 Designing wearable UV index sensor devices
Learn how to use Si1132 and Si114x UV index sensors to build a wearable UV sensor device to monitor levels of UV radiation.
2015-08-25 Designing custom digital filter (Part 2)
In this article, we show that there is much more to making a practical filter than just getting a transfer function that calculates out nicely.
2006-03-01 Delicate balancing acts ensure balun performance
There are several approaches to making the transition between balanced and unbalanced topologies.
2013-08-20 Dealing with SMPS efficiency, thermal behaviour
Find out how to tackle the efficiency and thermal behaviour of SMPS with SPICE technology.
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