Ada Lovelace Day celebrates minorities in STEM by remembering figures like Margaret Hamilton, pictured below, who wrote a tall computer program for the Apollo 11 mission that helped put man on the moon.
While not as transparent as racial or gender discrimination, age discrimination in engineering and other industries is a very real issue. Here are some guidelines to help navigate what is and isn’t age discrimination.
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The editors of powerelectronics.com identified 30 semiconductor companies that have contributed products and technology that have made the industry what it is today.
(Image courtesy of ThinkStock).Some U.S. companies claim there is an engineering shortage and the country should continue the H-1B visa program to bring in engineers from Europe and Asia to fill the void. An August 2 article by Michael Hiltzik in...
Dave Abramson from Texas Instruments answers a reader question about what markets are driving the need for >25.5W PoE and a new IEEE 802.3 standard.
Matt Cuhadar from the Ametherm team answers a reader question about choosing the right type of NTC Thermistor to limit inrush current for capacitive applications.
Christophe Basso from ON Semiconductor answers a reader question why it is important to plot a power stage small-signal response.
Christopher Gobok answers a reader question about PSE and PD IC's. Can they handle higher loads than the current IEEE 802.3 at PoE Spec?
Steve Sandler answers a reader question about why PDN voltage is measured using a VNA instead of a oscilloscope.
Steve Sandler answers a reader question about selecting the correct voltage regulator.