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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in November 2013
Android Developers Can Seize the Day in Wearable Devices
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11/26/2013  10 comments
KitKat plus wearable technology can be a powerful combination.
When Does a Custom Assembly Make Sense?
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11/15/2013  4 comments
A systematic approach to looking at how a collaboratively designed solution to match the application may provide cost and performance benefits.
Quest Continues for High Power, Lots of Energy Storage, in Single Package
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11/15/2013  3 comments
Someday, there will be a mass-market device that delivers both high power and long runtime in the same package. Right now, such a solution does not exist.
Added Value Electronics Turn Normal Batteries Into Smart Battery Packs
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11/13/2013  5 comments
Today’s battery packs can offer embedded electronics, which improves the safety, reliability, cycle-life, and functionality of the battery while giving the end-product system engineer more options to make the end product more reliable and user friendly.
Measure Frequency Response on Fully Differential Amplifiers Using Complex Algebra
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11/12/2013  1 comment
While this task can be time consuming, it’s possible to calculate the frequency responses of a fully differential amplifier from single ended measurements.
Obtain Accurate Current Measurement
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11/6/2013  2 comments
There’s more to obtaining an accurate current measurement than a simple application of Ohm's Law.




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