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I've Never Had a Bug in My Code

The average firmware team spends 50% of the schedule debugging. Does this mean the other half of the schedule should be called 'bugging?’

The Best Day of the Week

Life is too short to fight one's way through the week longing for the weekend to come; instead, it's important to enjoy each-and-every day as much as one can.

Low Quiescent Current LDO Regulators

Microchip's large selection of Low Dropout (LDO) regulators allows your application to remain longer in standby/sleep mode. It has the highest performance for quiescent current consuming only 20 nA (typical)...

Traces vs. Microstrips vs. Striplines

Different design tools may be required depending on whether you are considering a PCB trace in the context of relatively-low-frequency or relatively-high-frequency signals.

20 W InnoSwitch-EP Dual Output Supply

This document is a reference design report for a dual output, 20 W power supply employing InnoSwitch-EP INN2605K. It operates in an input voltage ranging from 85 VAC to 26...

Why Are You Reading This from Left-to-Right?

As opposed to left-to-right, some languages are written right-to-left (or alternate between the two on a line-by-line basis), while others are written top-to-bottom. Which is best?

Raspberry-Pi DVB Transmitter: The Benefits of Open-Source Hardware

Is this Raspberry-Pi-based device the world's smallest DVB (Digital Video Broadcasting) transmitter?

The Way I Work: Interview with Natasha Baker, founder of SnapEDA

Natasha Baker is an electrical engineer and founder of the platform SnapEDA, a site she refers to as a “Google for electronic design.” Over half a million engineers use SnapEDA to...

How Do You Spell Smith?

Problems in pronunciation regarding English family and place names can tangle the tongues of the English themselves.

A Look at TinyFPGA Boards

TinyFPGA boards offer an inexpensive way for 'microcontroller jockeys' to get an introduction to the world of FPGAs