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Electronic Design is in essence, the activity responsible for all consumer, industrial, automotive and military based electronics systems we find today.

All of the products we use on a daily basis such as digital watches, mobile phones, tablet computers, laptops, all of the electronic items we take for granted, were at one stage, nothing more than an idea that became an electronics design.

The Electronics Design Industry is flourishing, and the biggest demand is for the latest high-tech products, in all sectors of the market, self-driving cars, smart homes that communicate with the home owner, virtual reality applications, the list is endless, and is only restricted by the limits of your imagination.

Our own free software DesignSpark PCB has been used to create electronic designs that can found in the market today, from jewellery to hardware development kits.

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Automotive

October 2, 2018 13:37

Noise-Tolerant Automotive Op-Amps

The BA8290xYxx-C series of op-amps eliminates the need for noise countermeasures in automotive sensor applications.

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Wearables and Technology Lifestyle

December 3, 2018 15:52

DC/DC that prolongs battery life

ROHM has developed a power supply IC that utilizes proprietary ultra-low current consumption technology by leveraging a vertically integrated production system along with analogue design technology and power processes.

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FPGA-based Implementation of Signal Processing System

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