Electronic Design 2014 Leaders Issue (.PDF Download)

Our editors have put together this special LEADERS IN ELECTRONICS issue that features special technology and distribution articles, coupled with editorial insights and "leaders" profiles. Register or Login below to download this issue completely free.

Inside this Edition:

  • Consumer Electronics Take User Interfaces Beyond Your Fingertips.
    You don’t need keyboards and mice to interact with your devices anymore. Now you can use haptics, 3D imaging, and more.
  • Get Your Prescription For Personal Medical Electronics. Leading-edge technologies coming together promise to revolutionize healthcare by focusing on the patient, reducing costs, accelerating diagnostics and therapeutics, and improving delivery.
  • Ideas For Design. Circuit generates high-frequency sine/cosine waves from square-wave input.
  • Freescale's Ritu Favre Discusses Today's RF Technologies. RF technology isn’t just a niche in electronics. It’s the basis for the massive use of wireless we see today.
  • When Will Self-driving Cars Be Ready For You? The latest driverless cars can do more than avoid buildings and other mobile vehicles, but the technology needs to be more reliable and less expensive.
Commentaries and Blogs
Guest Blogs
Apr 8, 2016
Commentary

Confabbing on the Fabless Fad 1

High capital and maintenance costs, and EDA advances along with abstractions to deal with chip complexity, have been leading contributors to the fabless migration....More
Mar 2, 2016
Article

Home or Very Small Office Electronic Circuit Prototypes, Part 4 11

Part 4 focuses on testing for a reflow oven and build of a mixed SMT/through-hole board....More
Jan 4, 2016
blog

Building Home or Very Small Office Electronic Circuit Prototypes, Part 3 21

Part 3 delves into critical equipment for testing today's electronics, and provides updates on circuit-board designs from Part 1....More

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