Learn how Pi and T filters reject or pass bands complying with specific standards, allow multi-standard transmission, and available choices and characteristics.
Reviewing the use of RF to heat (as with inductive stove tops), weld, and seal metallic objects with electromagnetic induction along with the parts used.
The differences, advantages, and drawbacks of coupled- and uncoupled-inductor SEPIC voltage converters.
This article looks at the requirements for protecting the power and data lines in USB connections considering their hot-pluggability and the transients that need to be protected against.
This article discusses how to electrically protect LEDs which are at higher risk than traditional lamps of damage from ESD and electrical transients caused by power supply problems and lightning strikes.
A look at the characteristics, implementation and performance of rotary shaft encoders including absolute, incremental and optical incremental parts.
Electric motors in a broad span of applications consume more than half of all electric energy produced, and stringent regulations are renewing the attention that goes into designing them.
LEDs have a well-deserved reputation for high-efficiency operation, not to mention high reliability. Properly specified and implemented, LEDs should and do satisfy virtually every lighting application.