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Welcome to the April issue of Analog Dialogue. The world is small, and news travels fast. In my Notes from the Editor in February I mentioned the Olympic Games and the precision required to measure down to 0. For five decades, we’ve been honored to be your engineering resource for innovative design.

Take a look back with our first editor and discover some of our favorite articles. IN THIS ISSUEMultifunction: a Dilemma or Reality? IN THIS ISSUEWireless Short-Range Devices: Designing a Global License-Free System for Frequencies ADC Input Noise: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. IN THIS ISSUEWhich ADC Architecture Is Right for Your Application?

IN THIS ISSUE14-Bit Monolithic ADCs: First to Sample Faster than 1 MSPSWhy use a DSP? For the device used in intermodal shipping, see Twistlock. Common North American 125 volt receptacles. Each receptacle also accepts an ungrounded plug, whether polarized or unpolarized. NEMA WD-6 and is available from the NEMA website. Row and column table of NEMA receptacles.

There are two basic classifications of NEMA connectors: straight-blade and locking. L’ are straight blade and non-locking. A connector with ground terminal is described as having more wires than poles, e. The numeral following the hyphen is the current rating of the device in amperes. This number is followed by the letter ‘R’ to indicate a receptacle or ‘P’ to indicate a plug. As an example, the 5-15R is the common 125 V two-pole, three-wire receptacle rated for 15 A. The L5-15R, while sharing the same electrical rating, is a locking design that is not physically compatible with the straight-blade 5-15 design.