Rowe's and Columns

- June 28, 2012

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With little fanfare, EDN covers Microsoft Windows

  • 07.27.2016

A small product announcement in 1985 would ultimately change computing and engineering tools, but who knew it then? Read More...

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EDN predictions for 2006, 10 years later

  • 07.22.2016

We look back on predictions made in 1981 that looked 25 years into the future to 2006. For EDN's 60th, we look with the perspective of an additional ten years. Read More...

Hardware won't be enough for success

  • 07.15.2016

Founder and former CEO of Data Translation Fred Molinari talks about how the company started, and which technologies changed the measurement business. Going forward, what will be the driving forces of technology and what skills will be in demand? Read More...

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Why are 19-in. racks that size?

  • 06.17.2016

How did we settle on 19 in. as the standard size for an instrument rack?Read More...

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Aeroscope funding campaign launched

  • 06.15.2016

The Bluetooth wireless oscilloscope is ready for production, it just needs some funding.Read More...

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Workshop shows off test and measurement equipment

  • 06.06.2016

The Keysight Technologies TestDrive workshop shows you how to get measurements such as power integrity, power consumption, and RF spectrum, but has less hands-on time than last year.Read More...

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Rubber Band Engineer: The book that will get you in trouble

  • 06.01.2016

Rubber Band Engineer is the kind of how-to book that can surely get you in trouble while having fun with projectiles.Read More...

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NI introduces PXIe 7.5-digit DMM

  • 05.31.2016

The NI PXIe-4081 brings the accuracy of its PXI predecessor to PXI Express.Read More...

EDN turns 60, help us celebrate

  • 05.06.2016

EDN began life as Electrical Design News on May 8, 1956. Here's what to expect over the coming months as we celebrate the publication. Read More...

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Simulate automotive electrical noise on the bench

  • 04.27.2016

The AING-5000 series from Spirent Communications lets you inject interference into automotive Ethernet links for testing engine control units. Read More...

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