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Solving smart clothing design challenges with printed flexible sensor technology

As printed, flexible sensor technology becomes more advanced and readily available, it is providing a path to solving many design challenges for Read More...

Distortion pedal circuit features low power and soft clipping

Low-power, tube-like pedal effects can now be yours with a simple JFET circuit. Read More...

NASA growing food in space: An amazing technological feat

When future astronaut crews begin living and working at more distant destinations in space, they will need to take a little of the Earth with them in Read More...

What’s in store for optical biosensors? Part 2

This article looks at common noise and error sources affecting optical sensing, the current capabilities of wearable biosensors, and the future Read More...

The Pythagorean theorem: engineering applications

I was not even aware that there was such a day as Pythagorean Day until this year, but it brought to my attention some really interesting engineering Read More...

A guide to using FETs for voltage controlled circuits, Part 1

This article explores several approaches for using FETs in voltage controlled circuits. Read More...

How NASA technology helps in natural disasters

See how NASA's ISS technology benefits planet Earth before, during, and after a natural disaster by helping victims and working on advanced Read More...

LTC Design Note: Lower power op-amp: Utility sine wave

Learn how micropower parts running at 3V or less can nonetheless generate a very high purity sinewave. Read More...

A negative feedback model for transistors with emitter/source degeneration

Emitter/source degeneration is a technique used to guard against drift in transistor parameters like beta. In addition, it helps linearize the small Read More...

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