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Basic Electronics Tutorials for Beginners and Beyond
Basic Electronics Tutorials for Beginners and Beyond

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The bits that go into making a voltage transformer
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Simple relay circuit allowing digital circuits and micro-controllers to control external loads.
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Different Types of Resistor Construction

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The doping of an FET's current carrying channel produces either an n-type or p-type semiconductor device
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Wireless Charging: Cost-effective Solutions for Wearables and Smartphones (June 14):

Wireless power transfer is not a trivial endeavor. Customers want more spatial freedom and higher power ratings. OEMs want smaller form factors, high efficiencies, certified and safe products, good heat management, and low cost. All of this makes engineering more challenging. Infineon will offer design guidance for cutting the cables. Existing solutions and products in the pipeline, such as GaN e-mode HEMTs, will be covered.

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Industry 4.0: Industrial Ethernet and the Transition to Time-sensitive Networking (June 7):

Industrial Ethernet has been a fixture for nearly 20 years, but with the standardization of time-sensitive networking (TSN) and the convergence of IT and operational-technology networks under Industry 4.0, Industrial Ethernet protocols are at a crossroads. Tune in to this webcast, presented by Analog Devices and Arrow, to learn how the future might unfold for major industrial Ethernet protocols such as Profinet, EtherNet/IP, and EtherCAT as systems shift to TSN and Industry 4.0 technology.

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EMI Step-by-Step Guide (Rohde & Schwarz):

EMI test challenges are manifold. This guide presents a systematic and methodical approach that boils down the EMI design test process to its essentials: locate, capture, and analyze. Download the guide for details.

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Stay Ahead of Efficiency Regulations for Power Adapters (CUI):

Higher average efficiencies in external power supplies have had a measurably positive impact on global power consumption, but the shifting regulatory climate has been challenging for OEMs looking to build future-proof products. CUI Inc. examines the development of efficiency standards and summarizes the evolving global legislation affecting external AC/DC power supplies to help you keep ahead of the changes.

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Forget IoT, Focus on AFE (JVD):

The “maniacal focus” on the Internet of Things diverts our attention from the quality of the content, JVD argues. Converting physical phenomena to electronic signals that can then be digitally manipulated requires extreme precision if the end result is to be meaningful. A highly integrated ASIC analog front end lets you tailor your design to precisely meet your application’s needs. Read the paper to see how.

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Forget the Password: Hardware-based Authenticators for Hackproof Apps (May 29):

Password attacks are the bane of users and providers as well as IT and internet security officers. This webinar will explore the common threats to online and local accounts and show how hardware-based multifactor authentication using the Fast IDentity Online (FIDO) standard can provide superior safeguards during login while streamlining the user experience. FIDO Alliance founding member and hardware security microcontroller provider Infineon Technologies will review how the FIDO specifications increase authentication security, explore how standards-based secured hardware tokens can reduce the reliance on passwords, and offer design guidance to help you get started on FIDO security product implementation.

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