For some of us, at-home work may be an extended reality beyond 2020. You’ll need the proper tools to accomplish your goals.
February 07, 2021 by Mark Hughes
In this article, we’ll discuss another group of thermal data, called thermal characterization parameters denoted by the Greek letter Psi (Ψ).
January 14, 2021 by Steve Arar
In this final part of the Glass Cockpit series, we look at how displays have reached their current iteration in Space X shuttles.
January 10, 2021 by Steve Taranovich
Learn about real-world display technology design in aerospace applications in a legendary example—the F/A-18 Super Hornet—from an engineer who's flown them.
January 08, 2021 by Steve Taranovich
Learn about some of the most important fundamentals for understanding how interface technologies have evolved.
January 07, 2021 by Steve Taranovich
In this article, learn about the PowerQuad co-processor and its role in performing CPU-heavy tasks to allow the Arm Cortex-M33 cores to execute other tasks in the LPC55S69 MCU.
November 19, 2020 by Eli Hughes, NXP Semiconductors
In this article, we’re going to be talking about JTAG, the ubiquitous hardware tool used for testing, programming, and debugging.
November 18, 2020 by Sam Gallagher
In this article, we’ll continue our discussion of an LTspice circuit that helps us to predict how offset-voltage variations will influence circuit performance.
November 13, 2020 by Robert Keim
In this article, we'll perform a worst-case analysis in LTspice, using a resistive circuit for a temperature sensor reading as an example.
October 29, 2020 by Ignacio de Mendizábal
In this article, we use LTspice to analyze the precision of a current-pump circuit when all resistors are non-ideal and temperature is varied across the automotive temperature range.
October 22, 2020 by Robert Keim
In this article, we will use simulations to assess important aspects of the performance of an op-amp-based current source.
October 20, 2020 by Robert Keim
This article discusses important aspects of t-testing with the help of the example experiment presented in the previous article.
October 14, 2020 by Robert Keim
This article is the second in a two-part series that reviews the basics of electromagnetic compatibility tests. We'll now turn our attention to radiated EMC tests.
October 13, 2020 by Ignacio de Mendizábal
This article provides an example of how we can use t-testing to determine if an experiment has produced a statistically significant change in system performance.
October 12, 2020 by Robert Keim
This article is the first in a two-part series that reviews the basics of electromagnetic compatibility tests. First, we'll focus on a main category of EMC tests—conducted EMC—and the relevant test setup.
October 07, 2020 by Ignacio de Mendizábal
This article introduces a statistical distribution used in significance testing. We’ll discuss its importance and its relation with the normal distribution.
October 05, 2020 by Robert Keim
What exactly do scientists and researchers mean when they state that something is or is not statistically significant? How do we establish statistical significance, and how do we interpret it?
October 02, 2020 by Robert Keim
While most electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) tests are conducted in specialized laboratories, electrical engineers can still benefit from knowing the basics of EMC testing.
October 01, 2020 by Ignacio de Mendizábal
The Pearson and Spearman correlation coefficients are standard techniques for inferring causation by calculating the strength of a linear or monotonic relationship between two variables.
September 30, 2020 by Robert Keim
Failure isn't an option. Learn the major steps in the release process that Infineon has used to successfully qualify CoolSiC™ technology and products.
In partnership with Infineon
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