Senior Technical Editor
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- The mysterious disappearance of duo-binary signaling
- "Perhaps duo-binary just missed its opportunity to win favor with serial communication link design experts before other alternatives captured a critical mass of their attention." Based on conversations I had at OFC with a few of the "experts" from the jitter panel. I'd say your observation is correct.
- 7 Silent Project Killers
- Sometimes, the project should end. See "5 Good Reasons to Cancel your Project." http://www.eetimes.com/author.asp?section_id=36&doc_id=1323514
- Old dog, newer trick
- Links fixed.
- Keysight expands bench DMM line to 7½ digits
- Anyone still using a 34401A?
- Circuit lets you isolateand measure current
- To see Figure 1, click on View as PDF. http://m.eet.com/media/1154591/25636-circuit_lets_you_isolate_and_measure_current_pdf.pdf
- Failed solder joint makes car clock go dark
- The soldering iron was my father's along, with two Weller soldering guns (one never used). I also have a relatively new Weller soldering iron with LEDs to light the area around the tip.
- Professor wants to change engineering education
- In this article, Prof. Somerville mentioned WPI. EE Times just posted an article about how WPI introduces first-year students into the art of engineering problem solving. http://www.eetimes.com/author.asp?section_id=36&doc_id=1325918
- A data-acquisition system on a chip
- $3.35 in 1000 quantities, according to this report on CNBC. http://www.cnbc.com/id/102450022
- Self-driving cars? Puhleeeze…
- What I describe in "Failed solder joint makes car clock go dark" was the second time I had clock display problems. BTW, my Toyota is a 1999 Camry. Neither car gets driven all that much, so they are worth repairing rather than replacing.
- Farewell, Leonard Nimoy
- eholp488, What would you suggest then?
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