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Modern, Specialized Op Amps

Feb 23, 2016

By: Anthony Dimalanta, Applications Engineer   A typical listing of op amps for any manufacturer consists of dozens, sometimes hundreds of parts. Requirements for electronic designers are continuously evolving and the existence of so many op amps shows how varied they can be. Prioritizing any given specification will almost always result in a tradeoff somewhere
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Digital signal analysis with high bandwidth of up to 500 MHz

Feb 16, 2016

Modern signal and spectrum analyzers can demodulate and analyze not only pure spectrum measurements but also complex modulated signals for wireless communications systems. The analysis bandwidth represents the maximum signal bandwidth that can be demodulated and is therefore an important performance feature of these analyzers. A high analysis bandwidth is also beneficial for measurements on
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Position is everything in new electronic systems

Feb 8, 2016

Being in the right place at the right time is a key maxim in life – and is equally applicable to the design of systems from robots to 3D printers. Photomicrosensors can confirm the presence or absence of objects or materials, and are evolving to support some of today’s most exciting technology innovations   Gabriele
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Sophisticated Front-End Management for Efficient Solar-Energy Capture

Feb 1, 2016

By Bill Schweber, Mouser Electronics   Summary To realize the potential of solar energy as a power source, the front-end interface between the cells and the energy-extraction circuitry must take into account the unique characteristics of these cells; this can be done via different algorithms and a variety of hardware/software implementations. Introduction Solar energy is
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Anticipating Product Costs Before Your Vendors Do

Jan 19, 2016

Author: Jitesh Shah, Sr. Engineering Manager. Company: Integrated Device Technologies   So you are running the procurement operations within your organization, and every time a request for a quote is sent to price a given product option, you get feedback from, say, 5 different vendors (in an email or excel form, of course). Provided your
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New Developments in Position Sensing Solutions to Address the Demands of Industrial Ethernet

Jan 12, 2016

By Dave Fabrizio, MTS Sensors   The prevalence of Industrial Ethernet technology is expanding all the time. Companies serving a wide range of industry sectors (manufacturing, petrochemical and avionics to name just a few) are migrating away from the slow and inflexible interfaces that were previously used and seeking out higher speed alternatives. Market analyst
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High definition oscilloscopes: signal analysis with 16-bit vertical resolution

Dec 22, 2015

For oscilloscopes, vertical resolution is increasingly being counted as a key parameter alongside other such as bandwidth, sampling rate and memory depth. This development is being driven by the heightened demand for more signal details in applications from the consumer goods sector as well as in medicine and R&D. The particular challenge here is to
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Making FPGAs even more secure with a PUF

Dec 8, 2015

By Ting Lu, senior security architect and Ryan Kenny, senior strategic marketing manager, Altera   As the diversity and number of security threats increase so does the need to keep complex systems and devices secure. FPGAs are no exception to this rule and all FPGA manufacturers having been increasing the number of security functions in
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5 Years to 5G: Enabling Rapid 5G System Development

Nov 24, 2015

Authors – David Hawke, Xilinx; David Squires, BEEcube   The goals for the so-called 5G Radio Access Network (RAN) are lofty indeed and have been discussed at length by industry experts. What has received far less airtime is, “What exactly is the best path to 5G?” This article lays out some of the challenges of
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Simplicity now available: measurements on automotive radars in all bands

Nov 17, 2015

The high resolutions of automotive radar sensors require signal bandwidths up to the gigahertz range. For this reason, frequency bands around 24 GHz and 79 GHz are provided for these applications. Up until now, harmonic mixers had to be used for test and measurement because no analyser was available that covered up to over 79 GHz in a
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