About Bruce Schreiner
Bruce Schreiner
Bruce Schreiner is from Lancaster, PA, and a professor in the electronics field specializing in embedded digital systems. His technical degrees in electronics, computer science, and adult education in conjunction with a lifelong fascination with everything computers have led to jobs in manufacturing, automation, programming, and education. Ice hockey, rail trail biking, greyhounds, star gazing, wood working, geocaching, and smoking foods occupy his time while editing assistance from his partner produce free time.

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A Digital Controller for Digital Power Designs
C2000 Piccolo microcontrollers offer control solutions for high DC voltage and current output for D...
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Control RGBW LED Lighting Using ZigBee® technology with TI’s CC2531 Reference Design
Instantly implement ZigBee® light link protocol to create designs using the CC2531 System-on-Chi...
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DesignSpark Mechanical Power Hack
With a new version of DesignSpark Mechanical and its advanced features comes another power hack cont...
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Clean Power for nav, radar-based auto systems
Up-to-date linear power low dropout regulators eliminate a host of issues
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Self and Dual-Powered Supply for Relays and Circuit Breakers
This reference design builds the foundation for protection relays, MCCBs and ACBs
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IEEE offers a Powerful Digital Library for Engineering Research
IEEE Xplore is a trustworthy search tool for cutting-edge engineering topics
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Industrial Motor & Motion Control with Dual-Core Delfino MCUs
Design assistance for the next generation of industrial drive and control systems
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Integrated Circuits for Wide Vin Ranges
ICs for wide input voltage ranges can simplify designs and reduce ancillary problems.
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Designing for Thermocouples and IC Temperature Sensors
Simplify designs with thermocouple circuit filtering and analog IC temperature sensors.
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PMBus ICs for Power Supply Design and Telemetry
Turn your power supply design, configuration, control, and monitoring inside out without increasing ...
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Convenient Wireless Connectivity with Tap and Connect
NFC Solutions that make easy interaction with electronic devices.
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Integrating Enterprise Tablets for Human Machine Interface Solutions
HMI reference design for tablets is based on ARM Cortex-8A processors.
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Chronos: The Internet of Things on Your Wrist
IoT development environment in wrist watch format
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Repurposing the Electronic Component Datasheet
Datasheet.net is revolutionizing the datasheet specification documents for ICs by allowing the creat...
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DesignSpark PCB Added Features in Version 6.0
RS Components is back in action once again providing three new major features in the beginning of th...
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Bluetooth® Low Energy for Sensors - No Design Required
SensorTag provides 6 low-power MEMS sensors
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Add Bluetooth Audio to your Design
Simple and Economical Bluetooth audio for your TI MSP430™ MCU designs.
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Advanced Driver Assistance Systems - Designing Autonomous Cars
New electronic systems can simplify the design of autonomous features
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Regulators for Space Exploration & Ultra-High Temperature Applications
Ultra low dropout linear regulators support complex power requirements for harsh environments
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Connecting your Design to the Internet of Things
ARM® Cortex-M4 based MCUs offer Ethernet MAC+PHY connectivity.
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