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Richard Feynman and homomorphic filtering March 26, 2015 Richard Feynman and homomorphic filtering Dennis Feucht discusses his role in preserving the sound of the bongo-playing physicist's voice in audio files that are available for download. Read more Vampire power and the need to save energy little and often March 19, 2015 Vampire power and the need to save energy little and often Jim Bird of Texas Instruments points out that "standby" may be a convenience in home electronics but it is also an energy drain. More needs to be done in saving energy on a global basis but small but ubiquitous changes can have a great impact. Read more Amantys and the spider March 18, 2015 Amantys and the spider Why we should celebrate Amantys, a five year-old startup that has closed down. Read more Is 2015 the year of wireless charging? March 17, 2015 Is 2015 the year of wireless charging? Fady Mishriki, co-founder and chief technology officer at wireless charging pioneer PowerByProxi Ltd., looks for an end to uncertainty born of a standards log-jam. Read more LDO design techniques for small spaces, part 2 March 17, 2015 LDO design techniques for small spaces, part 2 Erik Mentze, senior IC design engineer with Cactus Semiconductor (Chandler, Arizona), continues his discussion of voltage regulation in the context of miniature systems. Read more ST's Vigna wins IEEE award March 11, 2015 ST's Vigna wins IEEE award Benedetto Vigna, executive vice president for the analog, MEMS, and sensors group at STMicroelectronics NV has been given a top IEEE award for his role in the development and commercialization of micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS). Read more Understanding capacitors, ripple and self-heating March 05, 2015 Understanding capacitors, ripple and self-heating Chris Reynolds, technical manager at AVX Corp., discusses ripple ratings – or how to cook a capacitor. Read more The future of custom ASICs February 26, 2015 The future of custom ASICs With the prevailing view that Moore's Law is slowing Donnacha O’Riordan, director of services strategy for S3 Group, gives a view of of accessing IC solutions with IP and tailored silicon solutions. Read more Save me from the overbearing analytics of IoT February 26, 2015 Save me from the overbearing analytics of IoT Almost everything we do of significance is becoming electronically enabled and recorded. And with the advent of the Internet of Things that is trickling down to even the most basic things – like opening a bottle. Read more Let's aim above 100GHz February 19, 2015 Let's aim above 100GHz Bill Schweber observes that against some earlier expectations connectors are coping at frequencies above 1GHz and even 10GHz. So engineers should have the ambition to go higher. Read more
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