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  1. Tekla S. Perry IEEE Spectrum Part 1 Right now, Rogers and his students are evaluating stretchable sensors that measure body temperature, monitor exposure to ultraviolet light, and check pulse and blood-oxygen levels. They’re also developing ...
    24-06-2016
  2. Christopher Stanton, element14 Our good friend biglesp put the Raspberry Pi 2 to the test the last time around, though I feel that he missed a good number of possible benchmarks to run on the hardware. With that in mind, I'm going to test the main ...
    MCU open-source platforms » Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
    21-06-2016
  3. By Qui Luu, Analog Devices Analog Dialogue Part 1 Analysis The plots provide invaluable data on the supply sensitivities at each power pin. VPOS_PLL has the worst power-supply rejection and is therefore the most sensitive power node. This power pin ...
    RF · Supply · Wireless · Power » Analog Devices » ADL5380, ADP121, ADP151, ADP2370, ADP7104, ADRF6720, ADRF6820
    21-06-2016
  4. By Qui Luu, Analog Devices Analog Dialogue As more building blocks are added to a radio-frequency integrated circuit (RFIC), more sources of noise coupling arise, making power management increasingly important. This article describes how ...
    RF · Supply · Wireless · Power » Analog Devices » ADL5380, ADP121, ADP151, ADP2370, ADP7104, ADRF6720, ADRF6820
    20-06-2016
  5. Part 1 nBench I thought it would be good to include this for retro' computing sake, especially considering that the Raspberry Pi is intended to be going back to the roots of learning how to code and programme with a capable hands-on computer ...
    MCU open-source platforms » Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
    18-06-2016
  6. EEWeb Pulse It’s the virtual reality headset that is making waves in the industry. The immense hype for the Oculus Rift began when a prototype of the headset debuted on Kickstarter back in 2012 in development kit form. In 2014, the company ...
    09-06-2016
  7. By Howard Goff, NCAB Group UK. Dataweek So why are they green? I did not know, so I resorted to google. My favourite answer was “for the same reason that jeans are blue and NY taxi cabs are yellow”. Which, actually, is not strictly ...
    01-06-2016
  8. Brian Benchoff Hackaday For almost forty years, integrated circuits have become smaller and smaller. These chips started out with massive transistors in the early 1970s. They shrank to less than 1 um by 1990, and shrank yet again to less than 100 ...
    25-05-2016
  9. EasyEDA is a cloud - based tool and free for the design of electronic circuits. The PCB design tool allows us to design projects and easily produce electronic systems. In this article we show the main features of their software, today we are going ...
    24-05-2016
  10. Max Maxfield, Richard Price EETimes One of the main design considerations for the FPGA-based Cubic Board was to make it easily accessible to both software and hardware developers I first met Bo Zhou in September 2013. We both worked at Altera ...
    24-05-2016
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