- March 21, 2012

Steve Taranovich on all things analog.


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Memories of 1956, the year of EDN’s first issue

  • 08.25.2016

To celebrate 60 years of EDN, some great engineers flash back to the era when EDN began to give us an idea of where the industry was and how it’s changed. Read More...

Celebrating Hans Camenzind’s other achievements

  • 08.15.2016

On this fourth anniversary of Hans Camenzind’s passing on August 15, 2012, we highlight some of the other technical achievements he had besides the ubiquitous 555 timer. Read More...

ADI and LTC: Solving the right problems

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Analog Devices’ CEO Vincent Roche comments on what the merger with Linear Tech will mean for the industry. Read More...


Vacuum tube technology resurrected

  • 06.08.2016

On this 60th anniversary of EDN, we look back to 1956 when the vacuum tube was at its maturity and transistors were about to begin their domination. Read More...


A plea for one connector, one cable, one display

  • 06.06.2016

After 40 years of hard work the personal computer is broken, as this quest to display Windows 7 on four monitors attests. Read More...


Tube amps and audio goodness

  • 05.24.2016

Check out these great audio resources and if you have some favorite tube or vintage audio site, or audio book, let us know. Read More...


GaN RF power transistors: Not just power, but speed to L-Band and beyond

  • 05.20.2016

GaN power transistors have been quickly gaining momentum in the power and high frequency application space and not just overtaking Silicon in power and RF, but also GaAs in the microwave arena. Read More...


Don't look at me ... The robot did it

  • 04.13.2016

The hackathon challenge is to create a full embedded system, both hardware and software. Read More...

IC packages and thermal design

  • 03.30.2016

Don't be so stuck in the circuits that you forget the importance of IC packages. Read More...


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