In April's post, you may have read that our support forums have been blooming with questions and answers. As we approach the summer months, many people take time off for rest and relaxation, but our support forums have not shown any signs of slowing down.
Let's get into the hot topics that continue to spark conversation in EngineerZone. But first, let's shout-out a few of our hardworking ADI employees.
@skowalik nominated by JellenieR for our Super User program, because of his quick assistance and analytical approach to answering customer questions in the Precision ADCs forum. If you view his most recent activity, you'll undoubtedly notice the thoroughness and attention to detail in solving technical challenges. JellenieR says, he solves the queries step-by-step and his expertise in the area has led him to help solve many SAR ADCs-related questions. Thanks for the continued support!
These three talented engineers pictured above exemplify community best practices in program support, quality content production, governance and customer support in our community EngineerZone. Three winners are chosen each year based on their contributions, participation and engagement in EngineerZone for the previous year. Congratulate the winners!
Despite what Tom-M originally thought about his blog post topic, The Math Behind Proven in Use was the most viewed blog in May. See the post and interactions this post garnered on LinkedIn and share with your connections!
- The Math Behind Proven in Use
- ADC Full Scale Input Power
- April 2021: EngineerZone's Top Topics
- 8 Ways to Access Standards (Maybe Even for Free)
- Functional Safety and Artificial Intelligence
- Low, High & Continuous Mode Safety Functions
- Automotive vs Industrial Functional Safety
- Diagnostics: Are They Worth the Effort?
- Hardware Reliability Metrics - PFH and PFD
- CMOS TOF - 3D As Easy As 1-2-3
This month, we've seen the Calculating Filter Coefficients to Store document in the SigmaDSP Processors and SigmaStudio Development Tool forum climb to the top of the charts. What are the three methods suggested in this document? There's only one way to find out.
Our most active groups by activity:
- Video - views on forum replies and other activities are up 7% from the previous month!
- Power By Linear
- Precision ADCs
- Linux Software Drivers
- RF and Microwave
The solutions provided in questions related to LTspice continues to drive traffic to the Design Tools and Calculators forum.
- End of Life for Blackfin Linux
- LTSpice - Can't find definition of model
- S-Parameter to LTspice
- How to install HoRNDIS on Mac Catalina 10.15?
- LTSPICE signal+noise simulation
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