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So You Want to Use PWM, Eh?

Pulse-width modulation. It probably sounds a little confusing if you’re new to electronics. Kindof a word mashup, really. What do pulses, width, and modulation have to do with each other anyway? I remember first learning about PWM during my freshman … Continue reading

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Talking in Toronto: IEEE CASE 2010

Last weekend (August 21-24) the sixth annual IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE) was held in Toronto, Ontario. So I, being fortunate enough to have the General Chair as my thesis advisor, was invited to attend. Actually, I … Continue reading

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A Shiny Box of Fuel Cells

This week I completed the last of what RPI requires for a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. Since I’d finished my thesis in the spring, I only needed three more credits to graduate. So I opted for a … Continue reading

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