A somewhat strange list perhaps, but I spent some Easter holidays on cleaning up my e-mail inbox. When browsing through the good old linkedIn e-mails I also scanned some of the links there. Typically the links are from the different groups. Of course there are linkedIn discussions too in there, but I chose to not include them, since not everyone uses linkedIn.
So, a list of links from the last 17 months (kind of)… Read the articles and don’t forget to follow the links provided in them!
- Avoid Misuse of Sallen-Key Filters
- Curve fitting and how it can be done
- How is ultra-low power circuits simulated?
- How to simulate different impedances, like the capacitance multiplication (Miller-ish), but also resistance bootstrapping.
- And last year, the microprocessor turned 40!
- Interesting presentations on power/speed, etc., from nVidia
- 2011 “conclusions” of the electronics’ market (from a semiconductor point of view)
- Watch out! Anyone up for a job interview?! This is for you!
- We’ve seen how analog design becomes more and more complex for low-geometry nodes – how can we improve the reliability?
- 2012 forecast of the electronics’ market (from a semiconductor point of view)
- 14nm process nodes — brrr, that’s small!
- How can different Monte Carlo analyses be performed?
- How do we automate analog design? How do we make ourselves redundant?