- March 21, 2012

Senior Technical Editor, Steve Taranovich, will bring you the latest news, opinions and technical breakthroughs in power management on PowerSource, sometimes with a touch of sarcasm or humor to spice up your day.


Reducing noise in PDN at DesignCon

  • 01.20.2016

A crowd of DesignCon attendees gathered to learn more about PDNs and noise reduction techniques. Read More...

A peek into Maxim Integrated Advanced R&D

  • 01.15.2016

Power is an important component to Maxim’s focus areas, which include cloud and data centers, mobility, industrial, and automotive. Read More...

Reduce noise in PDNs without excess cost and design time penalties

  • 12.14.2015

Our discussion will focus upon modern Power Integrity, distribution, and management which are essential for system functionality and performance. Read More...

EETimes Radio Show: “Orion Multipurpose Crew Vehicle Overview---Embedded Flight Software”

  • 12.05.2015

If you think it is an amazing feat of software engineering expertise to get an automobile to self-park or to change lanes or stop before it collides at 65 mph with an object in front of it---well, you’re right ---but how about safely guiding a vehicle up and out of Earth’s gravitational pull, through the atmosphere and into the cold, empty void of space travelling on a nine-month journey to a distant planet 225 million km away? Read More...

Moving on up: 3D printing takes on batteries

  • 09.22.2015

The development of conductive ink and lower-cost printers has opened up new applications for 3D printing, like PCBs and other electronic assemblies, including batteries. Read More...

Power expert Patrick Le Fèvre moves to Powerbox

  • 09.09.2015

Watch for new industry-leading solutions to come of Le Fèvre and company, especially in the crucial industry areas of digital power and power efficiency.Read More...

When Worlds Collide: Heat Sink Design, 3D Printing & Dolly The Sheep

  • 09.03.2015

One of the great things about writing regular blogs for EDN is the chance to research and write about a wide range of subjects - whatever happens to catch my attention, so long as it's topical and broadly related to electrical engineering. Read More...


How Cool Is That? DARPA's Thermal Management Programs

  • 08.16.2015

As electronic system technology advances – with continual increases in requirements leading to increasing power consumption – there has been increasing pressure on the thermal engineering and cooling technologies used. Read More...

ROHM and Powervation: Good for Digital Power

  • 08.07.2015

At the end of July, ROHM acquired Powervation, and to some of us it was just another in a string of Power Electronics consolidations in the past year. I see something different here.Read More...

Static Electricity Aims To Power Wearable Devices

  • 08.06.2015

Most people encounter the buildup and discharge of static electricity as an unwelcome shock when touching a metal doorknob after walking across a carpeted floor or sliding across a car seat. Those of us in the semiconductor industry, though, are very familiar with the havoc that can be caused by a stray ESD pulse. Read More...


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