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While digital electronics get all the glory, analog electronics will always be the interface between the real world and digital domain. From data conversion to amplification to switches, browse our analog knowledge base or read about new technologies and the engineers and processes behind them.
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Redefining nanopower for the Internet of Things
December 9, 2019
Internet of Things trends today revolve around shiny objects—whether they be artificial intelligence or blockchain—but what if one of the most revolutionary parts of the IoT is something designers consider every day in devices?
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Designing Reliable Analog Circuits in a Less-Than-Reliable World
December 9, 2019
Analog touches everything. If not for the multitude of analog and mixed-signal components that vendors have developed in the past decades, the digital “revolution” that has made so many industry sectors leap forward would not be possible.
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Connectivity Among Major Analog Design Considerations in Health Wearables
December 9, 2019
Development of very low powered analog body sensors, digital microcontrollers, and innovative power and battery management circuits are driving the growth of wearable healthcare products.
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Is best in class the only consideration for your analog design?
December 9, 2019
It’s easy to seek out the absolute top of the line when it comes to a design. Whatever the “best” part is, is probably what’s going to be the most compelling for your design, right?
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6 Unique Op Amp Circuits
December 9, 2019
Electronics circuits evolved from discrete circuits to highly integrated circuits (IC) on a single chip enabling highly advanced analog and digital systems saving space and cost.
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RF sampling: frequency planning yields a clean spectrum – From Texas Instruments
March 29, 2017
You think your radio frequency (RF) sampling design is well in hand because you selected the proper device and defined the clock source. But wait; you are not done. Even the best devices introduce degradation without proper frequency planning to ensu
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