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Apr 24, 2014

What Heartbleed Should Teach Embedded Programmers

Find out what the OpenSSL Heartbleed bug should teach embedded programmers about security....More
Apr 18, 2014

Cable and Connector Hell

If you have been an electronic engineer for a while you know that you cannot escape the nightmares of too many types of cables and connectors. There are millions of each and if you are like me you never seem to have one that you need....More
Feb 18, 2014

Five companies to look out for at Embedded World 2014

Are you planning on visiting the Embedded World show in Nuremberg, Germany next week? Here are my top five picks of companies to make a beeline for....More
Jul 11, 2013

Passive Components Still See Ink And Innovation

Electronic Design's editor-in-chief, Joe Desposito, notes that ten percent of the Top 101 Components of the past year are passives such as resistors, capacitors and inductors. Why? Because there's still innovation going on in the design of these basic electronic components....More
Apr 13, 2014

How the World's Smallest UPS Was Designed

"Well, for the first question, the fundamental aim of this product was to integrate all of the necessary components to build a capacitor-based short-term backup circuit. This sort of alternative to battery backup is pretty common in things like power meters and alarms, industrial alarms, and data-backup."....More

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