2016-09-21 - Arturo Mediano

Troubleshooting tools: scanners and current probes

The EMxpert system lets PCB engineers find, characterise and address unintended radiators or RF leakage areas.

- Arturo Mediano

10 views from the IEEE EMC 2016

Those who make EMI/EMC measurements for debugging, will find the RTO/RTE oscilloscopes quite useful.

2016-09-19 - Patrick Mannion

Tele-haptics close the ‘feel’ gap

Good tele-haptics go way beyond force-feedback or the tiny motors generating the tiny vibration we get on our phones.

2016-09-16 - Brian Dipert

Can Apple make you upgrade?

Perhaps the biggest Apple news is the elimination of the legacy 3.5mm analog microphone-and-headphones port.

2016-09-11 - John Dunn

Testing toroidal cores for inductance decline vs DC current

The inductor with the lowest initial permeability core and the greatest number of turns shows the least decline of inductance…

2016-09-04 - John Dunn

Optical devices go beyond imaging applications

Presenting pictures of beautiful scenery is big deal stuff, but there are non-imaging optics applications too.

2016-08-29 - James Nolan

IoT data architecture: Can you get data out of silos?

In many cases, legacy enterprise IT infrastructure will form the basis for initial IoT deployments.

2016-08-25 - Rajan Bedi

Validating SERDES links with bit-error rate testers

As the space industry continues to exploit high data rates, the channel loss between the transmitter and the receiver becomes…

- Rajan Bedi

Why BERTs are win-win for test and space industries

Transmitters are using pre/de-emphasis to compensate for the electrical degradations and losses caused by PCBs and cables.

2016-08-24 - Steve Taranovich

Clean energy approach to solar-powered flights

Imagine all the aircrafts that fly each day in our world and the pollution they bring to our air. How…