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  1. As a youngster, I saw some really old radios; the kind that occupied highly-polished wooden cabinets the size of a refrigerator. When those old radios were made, permanent magnets were not all that powerful, at least by today’s standards, and ...
    18-08-2021
  2. There was an interesting article in the January 1961 issue of Popular Electronics, “Sweet Sixteen” by Jim Kyle. It was followed up in April 1961 with a second article entitled “Sweeter With A Tweeter.” You can find some ...
    19-01-2021
  3. Rien Oortgiesen, Jens Tybo Jensen, Infineon Technologies Part 1 3.2 Benefits of multilevel class D The benefits of innovative multilevel class D amplifiers include: Smaller solution size and lower cost with less reliance on filters Improved ...
    19-08-2019
  4. Rien Oortgiesen, Jens Tybo Jensen, Infineon Technologies Traditional class D amplifiers present significant design challenges in compact applications such as portable consumer sound systems and smart speakers. These challenges include relatively ...
    19-08-2019
  1. Graham Prophet eeDesignNewsEurope Redux (London UK) has followed earlier announcements of its surface-wave-based haptics technology with a version specifically targeted at the smartphone, with which it aspires to “kill off smartphone ...
    26-07-2017
  2. By Ken Kingery Duke University A new sensor developed at Duke University helps computers separate overlapping sounds. People trying to talk to Siri may soon no longer have to look like they’re about to eat their iPhones, thanks to a new ...
    13-07-2016
  3. Dennis Seguine, Cypress Semiconductor Electronic Design Using a pseudorandom sequence (PRS) generator and some software, you can build a pink-noise generator (equal energy per octave) with 1 dB performance over the audio band, in addition to the ...
    06-03-2015
  4. Martin Rowe EDN It's not unusual to use USB to carry digitized audio. After all, even USB 1.1 has the bandwidth. You may have USB speakers or you may stream audio from a hard drive that's connected to your computer through a USB cable. Can you hear ...
    09-12-2014
  5. Christina Benjaminsen, SINTEF A sensor developed in Norway gives microphones hyper-acute hearing and a sense of direction A sensor developed by scientists at SINTEF’s MiNaLab will help to make microphones hypersensitive: “Think of ...
    20-08-2014
  6. Lee H. Goldberg, Electronic Products Digi-Key MCUs currently powering many consumer products and embedded systems are now being asked to support various digital audio functions that used to be handled by DSPs, ASSPs, or other dedicated silicon. ...
    08-08-2013