Anablog

- March 21, 2012

Steve Taranovich on all things analog.

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Make schematic symbols understandable

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Many engineers and audio people don’t realize just how much signal can come out of a microphone. Read More...

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Underwater Navy drones: Can electronics deter illegal seizures and technology theft?

  • 12.26.2016

This week the Chinese Navy boldly seized a US Navy underwater drone in international waters near the Philippine Islands violating international law and threatening illegal access to our military technology in that device. Read More...

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Use plastic optical fiber for isolation

  • 11.18.2016

Consumer audio components create low-cost HV isolation, and a reliable, secure physical connection. Read More...

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Enhancing audio system designs with digital signal processing

  • 11.13.2016

You don't have to be an audio DSP/embedded software geek to effectively design audio systems with microphones to enhance the system performance. Read More...

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What I learned about LTE-M at the MEMS & Sensors Executive Congress 2016

  • 11.12.2016

MEMS & Sensors Executive Congress keynote speaker Cameron Coursey, from AT&T, presented "The Future of Sensors and MEMS in the Internet of Things." Read More...

Halloween Robots: Trick or Treat?

  • 10.29.2016

It’s Halloween and as you are working in your office or lab, you hear behind you the soft whir of a motor and then are startled by a voice that says, "Happy Halloween! Please take some candy, then press the done button." Read More...

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