Paul Pickering has over 35 years of engineering and marketing experience, including stints in automotive electronics, precision analog, power semiconductors, flight simulation and robotics. Originally from the North-East of England, he has lived and worked in Europe, the US, and Japan. He has a B.Sc. (Hons) in Physics & Electronics from Royal Holloway College, University of London, and has done graduate work at Tulsa University. In his spare time, he plays and teaches the guitar in the Phoenix, Ariz. area
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Sponsored by Texas Instruments: Adding gallium-nitride devices such as FETs to power-supply topologies such as the active-clamp flyback can lead to a variety of performance improvements.
Sponsored by Texas Instruments: Multi-protocol comms and cloud computing improve efficiency and enable previously unattainable functions. But adding such technology requires careful attention to issues like network...