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  • The Measurement Blues, a song for engineers who make measurements @EDNcom @EETimes @EELiveShow @UBMDesignCon

    Finally, a song for engineers struggling to make measurements

    edn.com 25 Aug '14, 4pm

    Engineers have long run into snags when trying to get a job done. These snags can give you the blues. For example, you come in on Monday morning and find your test setup decimated. You worked over the weekend and had to take equipment from your colleagues—you know you've done it, so d...

  • The blurring line between oscilloscopes and On-Die instrumentation by Eric Bogatin

    The blurring line between oscilloscopes and On-Die instrumentation

    edn.com 23 Aug '14, 9pm

    "At 28 Gbits/s everything matters," says Dave Dunham, Director of signal integrity at Molex. Even above 5 Gbits/s, interconnects are no longer transparent. The beautiful, clean, pristine signals from the pads of the die get distorted, attenuated and turned to mush by IC packages, circ...

  • Peregrine Semiconductor to be bought by Murata. My reflections on my time with @psemi. @ctrotto @edncom

    Peregrine flies to Murata

    edn.com 22 Aug '14, 5pm

    Many years ago, I got involved with (at the time) a little-known company called Peregrine Semiconductor. They were doing something radical, silicon on sapphire technology, and they needed a technical writer to help them tell their story. At the time, I was a freelance writer and I was...

  • Measure of Things

    edn.com 23 Aug '14, 7pm

    Science and technology news with a tech-savvy T&M World angle that helps readers hone their innovative edge by applying expertise from one field to opportunities in another.

  • Burroughs receives calculating machine patents, August 21, 1888 | EDN via @edncom

    Burroughs receives calculating machine patents, August 21, 1888

    edn.com 23 Aug '14, 1pm

    On August 21, 1888, William Seward Burroughs was issued four patents for the first successful “calculating machine.” Burroughs was the son of a mechanic and worked with machines throughout his childhood. At his father’s insistence, he entered a “gentleman's vocation” after high school...

  • Never use pigtails on cable shields, you'll have EMI problems @EDNcom

    Never use pigtails on cable shields

    edn.com 18 Aug '14, 6pm

    Assisted by summer intern Jennifer Roberts, McCloskey showed the differences in emissions that arise from using pigtails of different lengths. The test setup consisted of both an unshielded wire (used for a worst-case baseline of emissions) and a shielded coax cable. Using a BNC adapt...

  • Bluetooth v4.1: What developers need to know

    edn.com 13 Aug '14, 6pm

    After keeping a relatively low profile after its launch as part of the Bluetooth Core Specification v4.0 (Bluetooth v4.0) in 2010, Bluetooth Smart (previously known as Bluetooth low energy) has hit the headlines. Bluetooth Smart Ready products, which include Apple’s devices and the ma...

  • This Milliohm Squawker is great at finding shorts and reverse engineering #PCBs

    Milliohm Squawker great at finding shorts and reverse engineering PCBs

    edn.com 16 Aug '14, 4pm

    The fastest way to find all the points connected to a single net to which a clip has been attached at one point is to sweep a broom probe across the rest of the PCB while listening for the squawks. The probe (Figure 1a ) uses very fine (3 mil) phosphor bronze bristles to avoid physica...

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