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- Active audio filters for signal processing and control. Marston, Ray // Electronics Now;Mar1995, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p87
Focuses on audio signal processing and amplitude control circuits. Active tone controls; Graphic equalizers; RIAA equalization; RIAA preamplifier; Nonlinear amplifiers.
- Signaling networks: Data waiting to be mined. Bernier, Paula // Inter@ctive Week;07/22/96, Vol. 3 Issue 15, p68
Reports that public carriers will be able to leverage information in their signaling networks because of tools under development. What carriers use their signaling networks to do; Capabilities of the Signalling System 7 (SS7) network; Major application that can capitalize on the SS7 network;...
- Advanced process and equipment monitoring with a quadruple mass analyzer. Waits, Robert K. // Solid State Technology;Jan95, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p73
Discusses permanently installed quadruple mass analyzers (QMAs) as in situ on-line equipment and process monitors integrated with a multichamber process tool. Reasons for integrating a process monitor; Types of QMA inlet modules; Obstacles to the use of an integrated QMA as a process and...
- Signaling system provides speed, noise immunity. Chiang, William // EDN;5/9/96, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p161
Focuses on the IEEE-P1596.3 low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS) physical-layer, point-to-point interface. Two single-ended signals used to create a differential signal; Applications for LVDS; IEEE-P1596.3 LVDS' special features in addressing the noise and power-supply concerns; LVDS'...
- Detect ring signals without special ICS. Woods, Paul R. // Electronic Design;8/22/94, Vol. 42 Issue 17, p116
Presents a way of setting-up a device for discriminating between telephone-ring signals and spurious signals on a phone line. Frequency limits of valid signals; Switching phones to various output jacks.
- Clock drivers ensure on-time arrival of high-speed signals. Andersen, Dan // EDN;11/19/98, Vol. 43 Issue 24, p151
Focuses on how to minimize skews, the gap between the time when a signal is supposed to arrive in a device and when it actually does, while distributing clock signal among various devices on a personal computer (PC) board. Other factors in achieving a clean and precise clock signal...
- NSP: Fact or fiction? Nass, Richard // Electronic Design;5/30/95, Vol. 43 Issue 11, p20
Looks at the Native Signal Processing's (NSP) chances of success. Statement of Intel president and CEO Andy Grove that NSP would become a reality; Need of an extra horse power for Intel's designer; Advantages of having a NSP.
- Sounding off on `sound it out'. Ramos, Martha A. Bergs // Reading Today;Aug/Sep93, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p27
Provides insights on the sound-it-out technique as a strategy for word identification among students. Origin; Belief of students on the technique; Examination of words used with children; Enlisting parents as teaching allies.
- Touch and go. // Professional Engineering;7/28/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 12, p38
The article reports on the development of the new signal processing techniques, which include a tactile sensing glove, conductive polymers for tactile display interfaces, and thermal rendering of materials.