Electronic Design April 2014 Issue

Electronic Design magazine 04/2014 edition - Free subscription. New edition of Electronic Design magazine is now available. In April 2014 issue, you can get latest news and technical information needed by electronic engineers and engineering managers through the magazine. Here are featured articles for this month.

FEATURES

These Robots Are No Danger, Will Robinson
As robots move off the factory floor and into our streets and hallways, designers are using hardware and software safety features alike to minimize potential accidents and injuries…

The Connected World Awaits
Beyond computers and smartphones, IoT and M2M technologies promise devices that talk to their users and to each other.

Scopes Move Into A More Intelligent Future
The basic bench oscilloscope’s days are numbered as new devices integrate adaptable and easy to use functionality that used to require multiple tools.

Wireless Vibration Sensors Enable Continuous And Reliable Process Monitoring
Before you install a wireless sensor network, though, take note of 10 factors that will affect your data collection process.

DESIGN IDEAS

Frequency Quadrupler Enables Low-Frequency Measurements, Spans Up To Four Decades
The challenge in measuring low frequencies is that the counter gate time is often too short for the signal relatively long period. This non-critical circuit automatically multiplies an input single frequency times four to enable measurement of frequencies from 1 Hz to 40 kHz, tracking step changes in the input frequency as well.

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Electronic Design serves the technical information needs of electronic engineers and engineering managers responsible for the design and development of EOEM products and systems. Readers are kept abreast of the rapid advances in technology and their applications at the chip, board and systems levels.

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