Check out the Argentum in action as we print 3 Cell Phone Charger circuits.
Developing a circuit by hand is a thing of the past.
Just place, print, and dry after every pass for EasyPCB.Read More
From the "History of Jitter" series over at Teledyne Lecroy:
Jitter is a signal-integrity gremlin that's been with us for a long time. In fact, it's been with us since before anyone really needed to care about it. But as time has worn on, our perception of jitter has certainly changed, and with it our approaches to diagnosing it, measuring it, and ultimately dispatching it.
Here, we'll begin a traversal of the "jitter story," surveying where we've been, where we are, and where we may be going in our dealings with the phenomenon.
There's no simple, straight path through the history of jitter. Rather, it's a story of numerous instruments, inventors, and twists and turns. We know, however, that it is borne of the ascent of serial data rates from a 45-baud telegraph receiver to the venerable 9-pin serial port to optical fiber carrying signals out to 160 Gbaud and up (see Figure 1).
Along the way, we've seen real-time oscilloscopes, sampling oscilloscopes, time-interval analyzers, phase-noise analyzers, and bit-error-rate (BER) testers thrown at the problem in our efforts to understand and tame it....
....direct air capture seems to be the only potentially feasible way to absorb carbon dioxide that's already been emitted from small mobile sources such as cars, trucks, and planes, which make up 60 percent of carbon dioxide emissions today. The systems require 1,000 times less land than carbon-sucking trees, and can be installed on land, like desert plains, that isn't worth cultivating or inhabiting....
"Scientists are increasingly convinced that we are going to need large scale removal systems to fight climate change," Noah Deich from the California-based Centre for Carbon Removal told The Guardian. "I’m excited about direct air capture. It could be a really important technology to add to the portfolio." ...Read More