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Joe Desposito

Joe Desposito has held the position of editor-in-chief of Electronic Design since July, 2007. He first joined the publication in 1998 as a technology editor covering test and measurement but quickly expanded his coverage areas to include communications and consumer electronics. In May,...

in Joe Desposito's Blog 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

Mat Dirjish

Mat Dirjish is the Power/Components/Interconnects/Packaging & Optoelectronics Editor. Prior to joining Electronic Design he was a Technology Editor for EE Product New and before that he covered test & measurement and computer boards, embedded systems & software as...

Brainwave Chip Cuts Noise By 75%

ADS1299 24-bit, eight-channel electroencephalography (EEG) analog frontend (AFE) emerges as the first simultaneously sampling EEG AFE with input-referred-noise as low as 1 microVp-p....More

Lou Frenzel

Lou Frenzel is the Communications Technology Editor for Electronic Design Magazine where he writes articles, columns, blogs, technology reports, and online material on the wireless, communications and networking sectors. Lou has been with the magazine since 2005 and is also editor for...

in Communiqué Sep 11, 2014

6 Things You Need to Know about Apple’s New iPhone 6 and Watch

In case you missed Apple’s introduction of the iPhone 6 and the Apple Watch, here are the top 6 things you need to know....More
in The Testbench Apr 27, 2012

A Tale of Two Bluetooth Headsets

Two Bluetooth stereo headphones, Subjekt's Pulse PLS-9400 and Plantronics' BackBeat GO, provide very different user experiences. See which one might be best for you....More
in Engineering Radio Aug 22, 2011

Episode 26: TI App; AUVSI Highlights

Analog editor Don Tuite does a test run of a new mobile app from TI for design engineers. Next, embedded technology editor Bill Wong reports on three of his favorite unmanned vehicles from AUVSI. Then, components editor Mat Dirjish reports on LEDs, a new robotics web site and nuclear sensors. Editor-in-chief Joe Desposito finishes up....More

Don Tuite

Don Tuite covers Analog and Power issues for Electronic Design’s magazine and website. He has a BSEE and an M.S in Technical Communication, and has worked for companies in aerospace, broadcasting, test equipment, semiconductors, publishing, and media relations, focusing on developing...

in Secondary Emissions Aug 02, 2014

Agilent T&M becomes Keysight; the Old HP Labs Keep the Agilent Name

The old Agilent, you may remember, was spun off from HP in 1999, when the company decided to divest itself of any products that were not computers or computer peripherals. HP Labs went along with that spinoff, but now it’s going to be Keysight Labs, a separate entity....More

Sally Ward-Foxton

Sally Ward-Foxton is Associate Editor of Electronic Design Europe. Her beat covers all areas of the European electronics industry, but she has a particular interest in wireless communications and displays technology. She was previously Features Editor of Components in Electronics...

in Crosstalk 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

Paul Whytock

Paul Whytock is European Editor for Penton Media's Electronics Division. From his base in London, England, he covers press conferences and industry events throughout the EU for Penton publications and its Engineering TV and Radio services Qualified to HNC Full Technological Certificate...

Sep 16, 2014

This Tiny Modem Chip Will Cope With The Mega Connectivity Surge Of The IoT

  Convergence and connectivity received an important technical boost recently with the unveiling of the XMM 6255 modem from Intel that can be used in countless devices that make up the Internet of Things (IoT). It is small, about the size of a 10 cent Euro or US one cent coin, and Intel believes its tiny size and functionality will....More

William Wong

Bill Wong covers Digital, Embedded, Systems and Software topics at Electronic Design. He writes a number of columns, including Lab Bench and alt.embedded, plus Bill's Workbench hands-on column. Bill is a Georgia Tech alumni with a B.S in Electrical Engineering and a master's degree in...

in alt.embedded Sep 05, 2014

Disney Supercomputer Renders Big Hero 6

Looking for a supercomputer? Disney’s using one to create its latest animated movie, Big Hero 6....More

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