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Politicians across the political spectrum have been promoting STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) education at the expense of the humanities. Now, observers have taken to the generally conservative and generally liberal, respectively, opinion pages of the Wall Street Journal and Washington Post to offer rebuttals. In the Wall Street Journal, Christopher J. Scalia, an associate professor of English at the University of Virginia’s College at Wise, writes, “Dismissing the liberal arts seems to have become a litmus test for conservative politicians…. This is an unfortunate trend. Conservatives should be among...
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A few weeks ago, Frost & Sullivan hosted a virtual panel on 5G, featuring speakers from Alcatel-Lucent, NYU Wireless, and National Instruments. Here are...

Innovations in high-speed digital test have taken center stage early this year, at least in part thanks to the stage provided by DesignCon held...

Jack Ganssle is an internationally recognized embedded systems engineer, author, and speaker. He has published more than 700 articles on different aspects of embedded...

Big data, defined as an all-encompassing term for any collection of data sets so large or complex that it becomes difficult to process using...

When I think about the places I’ve worked, my strongest memories center on the people. They fill, or have filled, important roles in my...

by Rick Nelson, Executive Editor Effective PCB and subsystem quality depends on in-circuit, functional, and embedded test plus inspection. In the aftermath of electronica 2014...

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Military technology has advanced significantly since the time of Ulysses S. Grant, but budget concerns are timeless. Over the course of the U.S. Civil...

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Rohde & Schwarz, founded in 1933, is 82 years old, and it operates in North America just as any other multinational technology company would,...

DesignCon celebrated its 20th anniversary in January with an emphasis on all things high-speed-digital and a focus on signal and power integrity. Keysight Technologies,...

The year 2015 has seen several software innovations that augment the design and test processes. Pure-play software companies like OriginLabs and Computer Simulation Technology...

You’ve undoubtedly heard a lot about big data. Gartner announced last August that the technology had passed the peak of inflated expectations of the...

Signal Generator The APSIN26G low-noise microwave signal generator covers 100 kHz to 26 GHz. It provides microHertz frequency resolution, a wide and accurately flat output...

Military technology has advanced significantly since the time of Ulysses S. Grant, but budget concerns are timeless. Over the course of the U.S. Civil...

In spite of media excitement about wearable medical devices, industry experts say that this segment only now is starting to gain momentum: We have...

Attention to EMC and related concerns should bracket your product development process, including the design of PCBs or components that will populate your product....

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While LTE-Advanced brings the promise of higher data rates, designing devices for use in LTE-A offer new test challenges....


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