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Infographic - Electronic Assistive Technology
Posted:17/06/2016,02:39:38 PM by Mistral
Have a look at the Infographic designed by Mistral explaining what types of Assistive Technology products exist and its architecture.
Infographic - RADAR Subsytems
Posted:24/05/2016,03:12:54 PM by Mistral
RADARs are critical for various applications in defense and aerospace, avionics, communication and meteorology. Have a look at the Infographic designed by Mistral explaining what RADAR is all about and its sub systems.
System Performance Optimization for Embedded Devices
Posted:16/05/2016,02:13:49 PM by Mistral
Industrial systems typically require data acquisition and processing in real-time. These systems could range from a simple lighting control system to a large distributed control system comprising of sensors/actuators, gateways, monitoring and processing units. Designing such an embedded system put....
Megavolt tests expose extreme engineering challenges
Posted:29/04/2016,06:04:28 PM by Bill Schweber
With all the attention given to low-power design and products, we tend to forget that there's another world out there with power levels that are tens of orders of magnitude greater—and working with them is a radically different world in every respect. A recent article in IEEE Spectrum, &....
Incorporating medication delivery into smartphones
Posted:29/04/2016,05:51:48 PM by Clive Maxfield
I don’t know about you, but whenever I have to take medications over a period of time, I have a tremendous amount of difficulty remembering if I've taken them or not. Currently, the only medication I'm on is Crestor, which I take to control my cholesterol. All I have to do is take on....
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There is so much amazingly cool "stuff" to see and do that I'm amazed I find the time to get any real work done. In my blog I will waffle on about the books I'm reading, the projects I'm building, and the weird and wonderful websites I blunder across. Please Email Me if you see anything you think will "tickle my fancy."
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Bill Schweber writes about analogue design trends and their impact on the industry, and gives us his expert insight—which is highly personal, informative and often entertaining—on the role that analogue plays in our largely digital world.
Latest article: Megavolt tests expose extreme engineering challenges

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