Davi Correia's main areas of expertise are signal integrity, electromagnetic theory and applications, numerical methods and programming. He is interested in applying his knowledge into teaching, researching and developing new products and methods. A particular area of interest for is in the automation of different aspects of product design, freeing up engineering time (both his own and his peers) to focus on the bigger issues and root-cause problems. When not working, he is also an amateur swimmer/biker, a devoted husband, and a proud father.
Nyquist frequency, first harmonic, clock frequency, fundamental frequency, and some other intimidating terms might be thrown at you by an SI engineer. Read on to get up to speed on these and other terms you need to know.
When I first started studying Maxwell’s Equations, I was always intrigued by its mathematical finesse. How could someone think of that? Today we take them for granted and we sometimes forget how amazing they are and what a genius the guy was. In my view, James Maxwell should be with, if not above, Einstein and Newton among the greatest physicists to ever live, but outside our field people seldom know who Maxwell was.