3′ × 5 Vertical Electronics Workspace

WihrVerticalWorkspace

There’s a great deal of innovative electronics engineering and embedded systems development taking place in Europe. The Circuit Cellar team reviews dozens of inventive projects and insightful articles from European engineers each year. And based on the quality of that … Continue reading

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The 100% Creative Workspace

Hiew's workspace features component storage, a soldering station, power supply, and more

Bernard Hiew sure knows how to get the most of his Penang, Malaysia-based “humble” electrical engineering workspace. He turned the third room of his apartment into a complete innovation space that’s used for everything from engineering to 3-D printing to playing music … Continue reading

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Electrical Engineering Innovation & Outreach

Wedding gadgets

Bill Porter is a Panama City Beach, FL-based electronics engineer working for the US Navy. When he isn’t working on unmanned systems for the Navy, he spends his time running an engineering-focused educational outreach program and working on his own … Continue reading

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Electronics “Mancave”: Small-Footprint Workspace

Source: Jan Cumps

When it comes to a workspace, more doesn’t necessarily mean better. We encourage engineers and DIYers to focus their time and money on engineering, not on acquiring new and used equipment they’ll never use. Belgium-based Jan Cumps has a very … Continue reading

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Q&A: Electrical Engineer & FPGA Enthusiast

Chris designed the HyperSniffer logic analyzer, which is shown with the HyperDrive main board. (The PCB was designed by Vincent
Himpe and Albino Miglialo.)

Chris Zeh is a San Jose, CA-based hardware design engineer who enjoys working with FPGA development boards, application-specific integrated circuits, and logic analyzers. He recently told us about the projects he is involved with at STMicroelectronics and explained what he’s working on in … Continue reading

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