- March 21, 2012

Steve Taranovich on all things analog.


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...


The Brooklyn 5G Summit: A must see on April 20-22, 2016

  • 03.19.2016

Thanks to IEEE Communications Society and NYU WIRELESS, the IEEE will again be televising the Brooklyn 5G Summit sessions over the Web for free, April 21-22! Read More...


Analog lives in the guitar pedal stomp box

  • 03.18.2016

This Electro-harmonix guitar pedal evokes the sound of the B-series Hammond organ, and it's not a digital sampling box. Read More...


Poachers beware: The drones are watching

  • 03.16.2016

Various methods using science, mathematics, satellites, and drones are being proposed to stop animal poachers, even from far remote locations. Read More...


Fablab reveals the essence of the Millennial masses

  • 03.06.2016

I just watched a show called fablab which I believe has the pulse of the Millennial generation. Read More...


Binge work, for better or worse

  • 03.04.2016

Are you a binge worker? Do you think it helps or hurts your design productivity and relationships with others? Read More...

Analog Aficionados 2016: A night all about analog

  • 02.04.2016

The Analog Aficionados dinner was another successful night filled with memories, education, camaraderie, and of course lots of analog talk. Read More...


Isolated potentiometers

  • 01.29.2016

Read Dennis Feucht's blogs on isolated potentiometers.

It’s always a capacitor

  • 01.29.2016

The theory that “it’s always a capacitor” was proven out when a central air conditioning unit recently failed. Read More...


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