Industry standardization may sound good when it rolls off company reps’ tongues, but a dearth of hardware and software interoperability renders it nothing more than meaningless hype.
OTRAs/OTIAs perform current-to-voltage conversion, much like a resistor, but they exhibit enhanced input and output characteristics.
Deriving the energy loss of a circuit via two different analysis methods and coming to the same interesting conclusion.
Answering the questions "Will my schematic fit on the given PCB area?" and "How long will it take to do the layout?" with a statistical approach.
The goal of receiver sensitivity test is to determine the lowest power signal a receiver can detect under a variety of conditions.
How do system memory speed, per-module capacity, and total system capacity affect PC performance results? The answer, as always, is "it depends".
Current conveyor (CC) circuits allow a relatively small variation in voltage and are used in a variety of complex electronic applications.
Using simple quality analysis and control with XmR charts to monitor critical processes continually without personal bias.
20+ year old tech devices still hold a special place in this engineer's heart, one that newer offerings haven't (yet, at least) been able to replace.
An analysis of a conical coil as the RF choke in a bias-tee.