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posted in January 2012

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Comment:Re: October Sky - Jon Titus-1/25/2012
What's Your Pick for Best Engineering Movie?
Mechatronics Zone 
1/25/2012  70 comments
The PBS film "Azorian" documents the construction of the equipment needed to raise a sunken Russian submarine.
Part V: Tricks With PIC: Using the Trusty PIC Microcontroller
Continuing Education Center 
1/20/2012  456 comments
This lecture will survey the variety of hardware- and software-development tools available. We'll also provide you with an appreciation of the capabilities of free and paid tools, and an understanding of what you need in those tools.
Part IV: Fundamentals of Digital Debugging
Continuing Education Center 
1/19/2012  458 comments
This lecture will survey the variety of hardware- and software-development tools available. We'll also provide you with an appreciation of the capabilities of free and paid tools, and an understanding of what you need in those tools.
Part III: Successful Software Development for MCU Applications
Continuing Education Center 
1/18/2012  506 comments
This lecture will survey the variety of hardware- and software-development tools available. We'll also provide you with an appreciation of the capabilities of free and paid tools, and an understanding of what you need in those tools.
Part II: Picking the Right MCU for Your Application
Continuing Education Center 
1/17/2012  475 comments
Today's lecture will explain how to specify your requirements and select the appropriate chip families. It'll also enable you to better evaluate vendor development tools and support, and understand microcontrollers to determine future product capabilities.
Introduction: Fundamentals of Designing With Microcontrollers
Continuing Education Center 
1/16/2012  782 comments
At the end of this session, you will understand how a microcontroller differs from a microprocessor, understand the types of analog and digital peripherals on an MCU, and understand the types of communication devices available on MCUs.
Comment:Re: RMS or P-P? - Jon Titus-1/11/2012
What's the Noise in Signal-to-Noise Ratio?
Mechatronics Zone 
1/11/2012  7 comments
A signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) lets us express the relationship between signal and noise powers and between the root-mean-square (rms) values of signal and noise voltages.


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