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Mystery MOSFET Loads: The revelation!
Posted:10/07/2014,07:58:11 PM by eeInvestigation...
A week ago, I posted this blog in which I posed a puzzle involving the following circuit:   Click here for a larger image.   As I noted, these are a number of clues hidden in the schematic. From these clues, your mission was to describe the most likely loads for the drains of tran....
When engineers say one thing but do another
Posted:10/07/2014,07:33:23 PM by eeLife
Accuracy and precision are of prime importance to engineers. You are designing and solving critical applications to ensure the highest product quality, system safety, and performance. You are solving complex calculations to ensure the greatest likelihood of success. There’s little room for g....
A little beauty called Panopticam
Posted:10/07/2014,07:20:52 PM by Clive Maxfield
As you are surely aware (unless you've been living under a rock), I am enamoured with things like Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality (in the form of games like Obduction and headsets like the Oculus Rift).   Well, I just received a message from my chum Rich Quinnell, who is the Edito....
Designing an open source multiband RC transmitter
Posted:04/07/2014,05:28:26 PM by eeInvestigation...
There is a conceptual project that I hope to make reality soon. I was able to present it at one of the Gadget Smackdown sessions at the EE Live! 2014 conference and exhibition. This project is an open-source radio transmitter for RC hobbyists. This transmitter will be reconfigurable, allowing it t....
Running the most energy-efficient quantum simulation
Posted:03/07/2014,06:31:30 PM by eeInvestigation...
When I first tried to run a quantum mechanical calculation in a computer, I used a humble Sinclair Spectrum ZX+. These days we have GFLOPs-scale computational capabilities available to us in products as unassuming as a smartphone.   Quantum simulations that previously required a huge and ex....
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