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- Opinion : NFC concrete slabs for a smart city - Keeping pace with real-time big data News & Technology : InvenSense’s Abdi on expanding
MEMS horizons - Philips tests thermoplastically deformable circuits to house LEDs - Machine learning sets the pace of distribution Digi-Key Electronics’ President and COO Dave Doherty interview - Modular watch wants multiple
shares of the wearable market - Switch to carbon at 3-to-5 nanometer - Cyber threats against cars are here to stay, experts say - Calibration reveals order of
magnitude better accuracy- Design & Products : Automotive Electronics - LED Lighting - Industrial Robotics
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- Verifying Battery Performance through Charge/Discharge Cycling with a an SMU
- IoT Design Considerations for Embedded Connected Devices
- Isolation in AC Motor Drives: Understanding the IEC 61800-5-1 Safety Standard
InterviewCEO interview: InvenSense's Abdi on expanding MEMS horizons
InvenSense Inc. is a MEMS company that has epitomized a fabless approach to a sector that is still highly reliant on a thorough grasp of the manufacturing and packaging processes. We interviewed CEO Behrooz ...
Filter WizardCheck out the Filter Wizard Series of articles by Filter Guru Kendall Castor-Perry which provide invaluable practical Analog Design guidelines.
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