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Don’t Ignore Current Sense Resistor TCR Bill Schweber
Unless you are in the milliamp or microamp current range, where any self-heating is acceptably small, a responsible designer must perform an analysis of resistance change using the vendor-supplied data for the temperature coefficient of resistance (TCR).

Microgrid Vision Stalls but Smart Automation Offers Reboot Steven Keeping
Microgrids are the key to integrating green energy. But engineers must embrace smart grid technologies before the hype becomes reality.

Tech Scores a TD at Super Bowl LII Barry Manz
Super Bowl LII fans in the stands will expect flawless cellular and Wi-Fi performance, and viewers at home will expect multi-view, action-packed, real-time coverage. The mammoth technology infrastructure supporting Super Bowl LII should deliver on both.

Using Logic to Understand Programmable Logic Devices Paul Golata
Like human minds, computing devices require logic to process information. Programmable logic devices (PLDs) follow a specific set of instructions to control, compute, store, manage, and manipulate electronic information. Several categories of PLDs exist, providing design flexibility.

Which Hardware in the Loop (HITL) Scenario Works for You? Bill Schweber
Hardware in the Loop (HITL) is the only practical way to test complex system hardware and software, and two ways of implementing it exist. Each approach has pros and cons, but in either case, developing the HITL installation can be a task as large as developing the system itself.

Making Mathematical Sense of PID Controllers Mike Parks
PID controllers are a popular method for including a feedback as a mechanism to help efficiently control industrial processes. Short for “proportional, integrative, derivative,” PID controllers keep the output of a system constant based on user provided setpoint. Tuning the PID controller parameters, though, requires a bit of math to maximize efficiency and minimize adjustments and corrections based on feedback.

USB 3.2 Doubles Type-C Cable Speed, Adds To Naming Confusion Lynnette Reese
Scheduled to release any day now, the anticipated USB 3.2 spec will double the number of lanes for data transfer and enable full-featured cables to transfer data at 2Gbps. This blog explores the new spec and clarifies the often-confusing USB features and package labels.

Are Your Selfies Really Cool? Lucas Benson
Demand for data storage is growing exponentially, fueled by everything from storing selfies to company sales figures. Data center priorities are switching to lower power and cooling to handle the increased processing density.

Your Microwave Oven May Soon Become Obsolete Barry Manz
Microwave ovens use magnetrons because they're cheap and robust. But RF power transistors are overcoming the limitations that keep them out of microwaves. Solid state power could transform the microwave into a full-fledged cooking appliance.

A “Stiff” Supply Ensures Consistent System Performance Bill Schweber
There’s much more to power-supply performance than voltage and current ratings; how it performs dynamically is an equally critical factor.

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