- Target AudienceWho is EE HomePage.com's target audience?
- Our StaffWho created the site, and why?
- NavigationDetails to make your visit more profitable.
- RSSHow to subscribe to the EE HomePage.com RSS feeds.
- TranslationsHow to subscribe to the EE HomePage.com RSS feeds.
- FundingWho pays for the site
EE HomePage.com is targeted at:
- Electrical/Electronics Engineers and those in related professions
- Engineering students and teachers in academia
- Self-employed and corporate-employed
- Anyone looking for free or reasonably priced engineering and analysis tools
- Searchable database of references, tools and engineering organizations
- Links to current news articles from a number of EE-oriented publications
- Information on compensation and placement services (just in case!)
EE HomePage.com is focused on education and career development. If you don't find what you need in these pages, please contact us at EEHomePage.com
You're Looking at Him!Hi! My name is Mike Stanley, and I am the owner and publisher of EE HomePage.com. Let me tell you a little bit about myself... I've been a practicing engineer for 30 years, starting with Motorola Semiconductor in 1980 and continuing with its spinoff Freescale Semiconductor to the present day.
I am something of a generalist in the semiconductor domain. I started my early career in bipolar circuit design, spent ten years developing ASIC CAD systems, and another ten or so in SoC integration, finally moving to systems engineering/design architecture. My current interest is in the area of intelligent sensors and sensor fusion.
I use EE HomePage.com to share tools and information with others in my profession. There are lots of great references and tools freely available on the web, but it's often difficult to find what you're after. EE HomePage.com isn't intended to provide state-of-the art information on all EE subjects. That topic area is too broad, and is already well serviced by the IEEE, ACM and others. Instead, I've tried to locate materials which provide a good basis of understanding for a wide range of EE topics. If you need a refresher on an EE subject, or a basic introduction to a topic outside your area of specialization, then this side may be of help to you. At EE HomePage.com, engineering tools and training materials have been pre-sorted and arranged for easy use. My goal is to enable you (and me) to find the information we need, quickly, and without a lot of searching.
This site's focus is on education and career development. I'm continually searching the web for tools and data to make my job easier, expand my skillset, and generally make myself more valuable to my employer. A lot of it ends up on this site. If you come across something you think others will find useful, please take a minute to send me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'll be happy to pass along your suggestions to other readers of EE HomePage.com.
Finally, a DISCLAIMER: I should be careful to note that EE HomePage is in no way affiliated with Freescale Semiconductor. Any views expressed are my own, and do not reflect those of my employer.
You may have noticed that a number of pages in this site (including this one) use a tabbed interface. Think of the navigation bar on the left as one dimension of your search, and the tabs as a second. The idea is to get you to the data you need quickly.
Home: This is where we'll post topical subjects and new material.
About Us: That's where you are right now.
Favorites: It's easy to get overwhelmed by the indexes and Tools/References/Organizations page. Our "Favorites" page gives you easy access to some of our favorite materials. It's an easy way to start learning how to navigate the site.
Navigation: Much of the content on this site is organized on the Tools, Organizations and References pages. These each contain a table, wherein every row describes a single resource available to you. Click on [Customize View] in the table header to filter results, change sort fields or number of matches displayed per page. Click on any keyword in the keywords field and you will be taken to a page which summarizes related content. This is a great way to surf the EE HomePage.com databases.
Research: Not everyone is a born researcher. If you're a bit rusty using the web to find materials, this is a good place to start.
Career: Contains some tips on networking, determining what your compensation should be, and locating that next job.
News: News headlines from a number of EE-related publications. These are updated daily.
Links: Similar in format to our Favorites page, however links are more "general", including pointers to other EE-related sites and relevant use groups.
Contact Us: The "Contact Us" navigation button assumes that you have an email client installed on your machine. Alternately you can simply email us at admin @ eehomepage.com. We welcome your email suggestions for additions to the databases and/or new site features!
Search: The "Search" page allows you to search EE HomePage databases for any keyword or phrase. The "Query text" feature at work here is the same used to crosslink the "Keywords" field in the tables mentioned above. We recommend you use the Google site search feature (on the same page) for full text search.
Indexes: We've also made both keyword and author indexes available to you. This is a great way to browse by topic. Again, click on any bulleted item in the index to see a page of related content. Alternately, you can go directly to any of the specific references listed in the index.
If you are a web master and like our site, please assist other EEs by providing a link from your page to EE HomePage.com. We've provided suggested links on our Relations page.
That's it for now. Please let us know if you have any suggestions for site content and form
RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, is a mechanism used by the media to distribute news items to others on the web. Individual users can use a news reader, or "aggregator" to capture and present RSS feeds from a number of sources for easy access. Think of it as your own private newspaper, customized to your specific interests.
We're adding new resources to the EE HomePage.com databases on a regular basis. Periodically, we'll post an update which lists some of the best EE-related resources we've found on the web. Most of these are free, and they are always focused on educational and career development items for electrical engineers.
You can access our feed using a variety of methods:
|Google's Reader & Home Page|
|Click on Yahoo! Alerts||to configure Yahoo! Alerts to notify you via email when new postings occur.|
or any other RSS News Reader
|Right click and "Copy Link Location" on , then paste into the "XML Path" field of your favorite reader.|
The last line in the table reflects the fact that almost any reader can access our feed via URL: http://www.eehomepage.com/cgi-bin/database_feed.xml.
Google TranslationsAlthough EE HomePage.com originates from, and is hosted in the United States, we hope to reach a world-wide audience. We don't have the funding/staff to manually translate our pages into multiple languages. But we do have links to translated pages, created with Google's language translation tools, should you wish to view our pages in other languages. And please do drop us an email using the "Contact Us" feature on the left side of this page to let us know how well the Google translation process works for you. To try any of ten other languages, simply click on the flag most closely associated with that particular language.
We apologize in advance for anyone whose flag does NOT appear above. But with limited space, multilingual nationalities, and inconsistent browser font sets, this was the best compromise we could reach.
If you would like to know more about Google's language translation tools, please visit http://www.google.com/language_tools. Also, if you have a web site of your own, perhaps we can spare you some research time. Please feel free to copy and modify our translation code. And if you need flag icons, we recommend http://www.jfitz.com/flags.