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  1. Len Sherman EDN The June 23, 1988 issue of EDN included a Maxim Design News insert where we asked Who in their right mind would choose a computer interface standard that uses 12 V supplies, requires expensive connectors, works over a limited ...
    06-03-2017
  2. Martin Rowe EDN The late 1950s and early 1960s saw perhaps the most dramatic change ever to hit electrical engineering. When transistors came along, many engineers needed to quickly learn how they worked and how to use them. Engineering managers ...
    09-02-2017
  3. Alexandru Voica ECN In the 2015 we’ve seen unprecedented consolidation in the technology market. The story that perhaps best defined 2015 was Dell acquiring EMC for a whopping $67 billion, making it one of the biggest buys in the history of ...
    12-01-2017
  4. Steve Taranovich EDN Part 1. Linear's corporate environment EDN: Other companies envy your profitability. Numerous financial journals have commented on that, as well. The corporate environment that you have created seems like an obvious way to have ...
    17-08-2016
  5. Steve Taranovich EDN I recently visited with the 2015 UBM ACE Awards Lifetime Achievement Award recipients, Linear Technology’s Bob Swanson, chairman of the board, and Bob Dobkin, CTO. These men are an important part of the early days of ...
    17-08-2016
  6. Contributed by NXP Semiconductors EEWeb In the mobile, portable, and wearable markets, board space is always at a premium. Designers are constantly being asked to add functionality while using less PCB area and lowering overall cost. Surface-mount ...
    09-08-2016
  7. Andrew “bunnie” Huang IEEE Spectrum As transistors stop shrinking, open-source hardware will have its day Companies that produce open-source hardware are few and far between. At least, they are if you define them in the usual way: an ...
    17-03-2016
  8. Lou Frenzel Electronic Design The end is near. Or is it? According to some, the beneficial projections of Gordon Moore about the increasing number of transistors per chip over time are slowly coming to an end. But others say, wait, not so fast. ...
    08-02-2016
  9. Kevin Morris EE Journal On April 19, 1965, Electronics magazine ran an article called “Cramming More Components Onto Integrated Circuits.” It was written by an engineer from Fairchild Semiconductor , and it contained a simple prediction ...
    09-09-2015
  10. By Jin-Woo Han Meyya Meyyappan IEEE Spectrum This curious mash-up of vacuum tube and MOSFET could one day replace traditional silicon In September 1976, in the midst of the Cold War, Victor Ivanovich Belenko, a disgruntled Soviet pilot, veered off ...
    22-07-2015
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