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Depuis Juin 2007, Robert Lacoste est Contributing Editor de Circuit Cellar, rédacteur de la rubrique bimestrielle The Darker Side, dédiée aux aspects souvent jugés, à tort ou à raison, les plus "ardus" de la technologie électronique.

  • August 2017, Circuit Cellar (#325) : The Darker Side - Fully Differential Amplifiers
  • June 2017, Circuit Cellar (#323) : The Darker Side - Vintage Programming Languages
  • April 2017, Circuit Cellar (#321) : The Darker Side - C0G, X7R, Y5V All Ceramic Capacitors Aren’t Equal
  • February 2017, Circuit Cellar (#319) : The Darker Side - Impedance Matching Fundamentals
  • December 2016, Circuit Cellar (#317) : The Darker Side - Decoupling Capacitors and RLC Networks
  • October 2016, Circuit Cellar (#315) : The Darker Side - Long-Range RF for the IoT (Part 2)
  • August 2016, Circuit Cellar (#313) : The Darker Side - Long-Range RF for the IoT (Part 1)
  • June 2016, Circuit Cellar (#311) : The Darker Side - Random Numbers
  • June 2016, Circuit Cellar (#311) : The Darker Side - Engineering, Consulting, & Nonstop Innovation
  • April 2016, Circuit Cellar (#309) : The Darker Side - Digital Line Terminations
  • February 2016, Circuit Cellar (#307) : The Darker Side - Analog Filter Essentials
  • December 2015, Circuit Cellar (#305) : The Darker Side - Op-Amps and Capacitive Loads
  • October 2015, Circuit Cellar (#303) : The Darker Side - How to select an Operational Amplifier
  • August 2015, Circuit Cellar (#301) : The Darker Side - Vintage Electronics Calculator
  • June 2015, Circuit Cellar (#299) : The Darker Side - Correlation Techniques
  • April 2015, Circuit Cellar (#297) : The Darker Side - Let's play with Electrostatic Discharge
  • February 2015, Circuit Cellar (#295) : The Darker Side -  Let's Count Errors
  • December 2014, Circuit Cellar (#293) : The Darker Side - Do you speak I/Q?
  • October 2014, Circuit Cellar (#291) : The Darker Side - RF Connectors 
  • August 2014, Circuit Cellar (#289) : The Darker Side - Shielding Experiments
  • June 2014, Circuit Cellar (#287) : The Darker Side - Voltage Step-Up Techniques
  • April 2014, Circuit Cellar (#285) : The Darker Side - Pulse-Shaping Basics
  • February 2014, Circuit Cellar (#283) : The Darker Side - Dielectric Absorption
  • December 2013, Circuit Cellar (#281) : The Darker Side - Amplifier  Classes from A to H
  • October 2013, Circuit Cellar (#279) : The Darker Side - Bipolar Transistor Biasing
  • August 2013, Circuit Cellar (# 277) : The Darker Side - Simulate and Design a Switched-Capacitor Filter
  • June 2013, Circuit Cellar (# 275) : The Darker Side - UML State Machines
  • April 2013, Circuit Cellar (# 273) : The Darker Side - Analyzing a case of the Jitters
  • February 2013, Circuit Cellar (#271) : The Darker Side - Introduction to standing waves
  • Janvier 2013, Circuit Cellar, 25ème anniversaire - 25 mistakes you will make at least once
  • Décembre 2012, Circuit Cellar (# 269) : THe Darker Side - Locked In
  • October 2012, Circuit Cellar (# 267) : The Darker Side - Introduction to IIR Filters
  • August 2012, Circuit Cellar (#265) : The Darker Side - System-Level RF Design
  • Juin 2012, Circuit Cella (# 263) : The Darker Side - Radio Frequency Mixers
  • April 2012, Circuit Cellar (#261) : The Darker Side – Sigma-Delta Modulators 101
  • February 2012, Circuit Cellar (#259) : The Darker Side - Playing with High-Speed ADCs
  • December 2011, Circuit Cellar (#257) : The Darker Side - CE Marking : A process to Ensure Product Conformity
  • October 2011, Circuit Cellar (#255) : The Darker Side - Line-Coding Techniques
  • August 2011, Circuit Cellar (#253) : The Darker Side – RF and High-Speed PCBs
  • June 2011, Circuit Cellar (#251) : The Darker Side – Stay Cool !
  • April 2011, Circuit Cellar (#249) : The Darker Side – Noise Figures 101
  • February 2011, Circuit Cellar (#247) : The Darker Side – Don't Fade Away 
  • December 2010, Circuit Cellar (#245) : The Darker Side - Parasitic components, or when capacitors behave like inductors
  • October 2010, Circuit Cellar (#243) : The Darker Side - A tour of the Lab (Part 2)
  • August 2010, Circuit Cellar (#241) : The Darker Side - A tour of the Lab (Part 1)
  • June 2010, Circuit Cellar (#239) : The Darker Side - DC/DC Converters Basics
  • April 2010, Circuit Cellar (#237) : The Darker Side - Picoammeter Design
  • February 2010, Circuit Cellar (#235) : The Darker Side - Living with errors : an introduction to forward error correction
  • December 2009, Circuit Cellar (#233) : The Darker Side - Digital modulations demystified
  • October 2009, Circuit Cellar (#231) : The Darker Side - Multirate processing and CIC filters
  • August 2009, Circuit Cellar (#229) : The Darker Side - Power Analysis Primer
  • June 2009, Circuit Cellar (#227) : The Darker Side - High-speed signal transmission
  • April 2009, Circuit Cellar (#225) : The Darker Side - Time domain reflectometruy
  • February 2009, Circuit Cellar (#223) : The Darker Side - Microstrip techniques
  • December 2008, Circuit Cellar (#221) : The Darker Side - PID control without math
  • October 2008, Circuit Cellar (#219) : The Darker Side - Cable shielding experiments
  • August 2008, Circuit Cellar (#217) : The Darker Side - Direct Digital Synthesis 101
  • April 2008, Circuit Cellar (#213) : The Darker Side - Low power techniques
  • February 2008, Circuit Cellar (#211) : The Darker Side - Antenna basics
  • December 2007, Circuit Cellar (#209) : The Darker Side - Are you locked ? A PLL primer
  • October 2007, Circuit Cellar (#207) : The Darker Side - No fear with FIR, put a FI filter to work
  • August 2007, Circuit Cellar (#205) : The Darker Side - Let's play with EMI
  • July 2004, Circuit Cellar (#168) : Easy Reflow, built an SMT reflow oven controller
  • January 2004, Circuit Cellar (#162) : Smart Tracker 2, The innovative wire tracker
  • September 2003, Circuit Cellar (#158) : The XY-Plotter, Drive High-Resolution LCDs for less
  • December 2002, Circuit Cellar (#149) : Vector'Soc, A 1GHz vectorial network analyzer
  • October 2002, Cypress Application Note AN2090 : Vector'Soc, a 1GHz Vectorial Network Analyzer
  • February 2002, Circuit Cellar (#139) : A tracking lab power supply
  • July 2001, Circuit Cellar Ink (#132) : Feature article - Scan-3D, An award-winning 3-D telemeter project
  • April 2001 & May 2001, Circuit Cellar Ink (#129/130) : Feature article - DDS-GEN, A high-performance DDS generator
  • January 2000, Circuit Cellar Ink (#114) : Feature article - Neural'Stamp, a low-cost neural network processor
  • September 98, Circuit Cellar Ink (#98) : Feature article - PIC'Spectrum, a low cost audio spectrum analyzer

 

Depuis Juin 2014, Robert Lacoste contribue également à l'édition française de la revue Elektor, via une rubrique de vulgarisation bi-mensuelle baptisée "Hors Circuits". Derniers articles parus :

  • Septembre 2017 : "Composants parasites"
  • Juillet 2017 : "Des condensateurs qui se rechargent tout seuls!"
  • Mars 2017 : "LoRaWAN architecture, protocole, sécurité et opérateurs"
  • Janvier / Février 2017 : "LORA échange débit contre portée"
  • Décembre 2016 : "Bruit et sensibilité des récepteurs"
  • Octobre 2016 : "L’ABC des CA/N : sigma-delta, quésaco ?"
  • Juillet / août 2016 : "L'ABC des CA/N : DNL, INL, SNR, SINAD, ENOB, SFDR et consorts"
  • Mai 2016 : "Le filtrage numérique sans stress: les filtres IIR"
  • Mars 2016 : "Le filtrage numérique sans stress: les filtres CIC"
  • Janvier / Fevrier 2016 : "Le filtrage numérique sans stress: les filtres FIR"
  • Novembre 2015 : "Ampli de classe A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H : quesako?"
  • Septembre 2015 : "Comprendre l'amplificateur à transis
  • Juillet 2015: "Synthèse numérique directe"
  • Mai 2015: "Hors-circuit : magie de la PLL"
  • Mars 2015 : "Le quartz"
  • Février 2015 : "Le marquage CE pour les béotiens"
  • Novembre 2014 : "Circuits imprimés, comment éviter les bourdes en HF et avec les fréquences élevées en général"
  • Septembre 2014 : "Jouons avec la réflectrométrie temporelle"
  • Juillet-Aout 2014 : "Petite introduction aux microrubans"
  • Juin 2014 : "Adaptation d'impédance, qu'est ce que c'est ?"