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Bench Talk for Design Engineers | The Official Blog of Mouser Electronics


Paul Golata joined Mouser Electronics in 2011. As a Senior Technology Specialist, Paul contributes to Mouser’s success through driving strategic leadership, tactical execution, and the overall product-line and marketing directions for advanced technology related products. He provides design engineers with the latest information and trends in electrical engineering by delivering unique and valuable technical content that facilitates and enhances Mouser Electronics as the preferred distributor of choice.

Before joining Mouser Electronics, Paul served in various manufacturing, marketing, and sales related roles for Hughes Aircraft Company, Melles Griot, Piper Jaffray, Balzers Optics, JDSU, and Arrow Electronics. He holds a BSEET from the DeVry Institute of Technology (Chicago, IL); an MBA from Pepperdine University (Malibu, CA); an MDiv w/BL from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (Fort Worth, TX); and a PhD from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (Fort Worth, TX).


Shaping Smarter Cities: Engineers Are Attaching to Augmented Reality Paul Golata
Augmented reality headsets provide a quick, direct connection between people’s vision and their mind, providing the needed data at the right time.

Shaping Smarter Cities: Simplifying The Tangled Beanstalk: LED Lighting Connections Sprout Up In Vertical Farming Paul Golata
Vertical farming is coming to urban centers, and with it, the need for large LED lighting deployments.

Shaping Smarter Cities: Farming Against the Grain: Intelligent Analog Solutions for Smart Agriculture in Deep Space Paul Golata
What sort of technologies would be needed to grow our food in space?

Shaping Smarter Cities:
Driving Our Way into the Future
Paul Golata
Technologically advanced and connected vehicles could one day make our cites smarter and easier to travel.

Shaping Smarter Cities:
What Happens When Cities Get an IQ?
Paul Golata
Designing a smarter city means connecting things together. Low power wireless protocols are intended to connect things together to create a city that can react to events and movement within itself.

Exactly What the Doctor Ordered: Cars that Monitor Their Health and Yours Paul Golata
One of the trends in cars is AI, enabling autonomous driving, such that vehicles can stop in emergency situations before colliding and also to arrive at their destinations with less risk and peril for all. To enable this reality, each system must be equipped with control, monitoring and sensing. 

Feeling Blue? Human Health in Light of LED Streetlights Paul Golata
White LEDs used in street lighting may consist of packaged combinations of Red, Green, and Blue LEDs, but more often than not employ blue LEDs, which are built generally from indium gallium nitride (InGaN) and have a yttrium-aluminum-garnet (YAG) (Y3Al5O12) phosphor coating placed on their emitter or emitter’s optic. From the base color of blue light, white light can be realized and utilized for white LED streetlights. But does this blue light found in LED streetlights make humans experience any negative impacts?

Xpress Your Designs to the World! Microchip MPLAB® Xpress Development Board Paul Golata
I have recently incorporated the Fractal Audio AX8 as an all-in-one Amp Modeler + Multi-Effects Pedalboard Processor in lieu of my traditional amplifier. And as a base rock-n-roll patch, I have programmed the Trainwreck Express.

ASI and the Death of Mankind: What, Me Worry? Paul Golata
Some people see Artificial Superintelligence (ASI) ultimately bringing into play human immortality—making it possible to enable a variety of human or technological enhancements that counteract the aging process. Doing so will increase human life expectancy, possibly very significantly. However, if ASI is ultimately realized and becomes part of the human condition, what is the potential for human extinction based upon the actions of an ASI? It is conceivable that an ASI may one day view human life as unacceptably inefficient and without significant purpose in relationship to any programmed goals.

Creating a Sound People Can't Resist: MELF Resistors Paul Golata
As a Senior Technology Specialist, I am always interested and looking at the most advanced technologies and applications. When it comes to audio, I recently became aware of something that I had never really spent any time on considering, the ubiquitous resistor. I had soldered oodles of them on to various guitar effects and amplifier repairs over the years, but have never spent much real time investigating their sonic qualities.

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