|Senior Content Director||William G. Wong|
|Managing Editor||Roger Engelke Jr.|
|Senior Editor||David Maliniak|
|Senior Staff Editor||James Morra|
|Format||Paper magazine and online|
|Year founded||December 1952|
|Company||Endeavor Business Media|
|Based in||Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey|
In June 1988, Verenigde Nederlandse Uitgeverijen, purchased Electronic Design from McGraw-Hill. In July 1989, Penton Media, purchased Electronic Design, then in Hasbrouck, N.J., from Verenigde Nederlandse Uitgeverijen.
Sections include Technology Reports (products), Engineering Essentials (new standards), Engineering Features (events), and Embedded in Electronic Design (embedded hardware and software). Design Solutions are contributed by field engineers and Ideas For Design are ssubmitted by readers. Electronic Design also covers components. Techview presents news and products in the categories of Analog & Power, Digital, Electronic design automation, Communications, Test, and Wireless. The magazine covers emerging technologies and large-scale trends.
Six "big" issues are published per year. The Technology Forecast issue is published in January. In June, the Megatrends issue describes industry trends. The "Best" issue reviews the year's "best" designs, events and products. "Your Issue" covers topics from the annual reader survey results. "One Powerful Issue" covers Power and "Wireless Everywhere" covers Wireless.
Editorial staff include: Mark David, group editorial director; Joe Desposito, editor-in-chief; Richard Gawel, managing editor; Roger Engelke, issue editor; and John Arkontaky, assistant editor. Don Tuite covers analog and power; Dan Harris covers digital; Louis E. Frenzel covers communications, wireless and test; and William Wong covers embedded, systems and software.
Reprinted with permission from Electronic Design, June 10, 2002. Copyright 2002, Penton Media Inc. 611 Route 46 West, Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604, USA
The answer is that I was sitting at my office desk at Penton Media in Hasbrouck Heights, N. J., when I got a call from my wife at around 9:00 am telling me that a plane had crashed into the World Trade Center.
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Description: Technical design-engineering biweekly magazine initially published in Dec 1952 by Hayden Publishing Company offering independent, comprehensive coverage of the electronics industry’s products, markets and technologies. Incomplete run, extent uncertain. Publication continues by InformaUSA, Inc.
A Dutch publisher, Verenigd Bezit VNU said today that its subsidiary, VNU Business Publications Inc. had purchased a McGraw-Hill Inc. magazine, Electronics, for an undisclosed sum. Electronics, aimed at management in the electronics industry, employs 35 people and has a circulation of 135,000. VNU said the magazine was a better fit in its organization than in McGraw-Hill's. VNU Business Publications is the new name for Hayden Publishing Inc., which VNU acquired in 1986.
Launched in 1941, "EEPN" covered new products for electronic prototype design and carried information on semiconductors, components, assemblies, test instruments, software, and other products related to the design, assembly and testing of consumer, industrial and military, and aerospace electronic products.
Nine months after doubling its portfolio by acquiring more than 20 former PennWell brands from UK-based Clarion Events, Endeavor announced Monday that it has now purchased much of Informa Intelligence’s industry/infrastructure and transportation divisions—a deal that will increase its employee base by approximately 50 percent. Encompassing some 23 trade magazines, at least seven live events and numerous digital brands, most of the assets involved in the deal are former Penton brands that were absorbed by Informa after the $1.56 billion merger of those two companies in 2016. The four exceptions are the “auto aftermarket” properties, which formerly comprised the UBM Automotive Group prior to UBM’s own merger with Informa last year.
In his regular column in Electronic Design in 1996, Robert Pease, the legendary analog design engineer and chief scientist at National Semiconductor, posed the question of whether it is possible to design an electrical circuit composed only of resistors and capacitors that delivers a gain greater than one (Pease 1996).
NOW you can plainly see that I have written a whole column around your request, for pity's sake! I hope I have answered the question for you and for many other guys who are just out of school and trying to get going----up the LEARNING CURVE. So, read books and think of good questions. When you have answered as many as you can, and you have asked your colleagues, and there are still some you cannot answer, write down some notes and ask one of your Senior Engineers. He'll probably be flattered to get thoughtful questions from a serious student. If you ask reasonably, he/she may provide some (priceless) mentoring. Have fun, Barrett!!" All for now. / Comments invited! RAP / Robert A. Pease / Engineer
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