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You may have thought that analog was a thing of the past, but in reality, analog technology helps make the digital technology of today more power efficient. Researchers at New Mexico State University are working on a project for a local business that uses analog technology to save rechargeable batteries from being damaged when their voltage becomes too low.
NMSU Electrical Engineering Professor Emeritus William H. Kersting has recently updated his book, “Distribution System Modeling and Analysis,” to reflect the latest changes and advances in the field.
The NMSU College of Engineering online graduate program earned “Honor Roll” recognition in the inaugural U.S. News 2012 Top Online Education Program rankings.
For the more than 25,000 farms spread across the rural landscape in New Mexico, electrical power isn’t always readily available. Windmills have long been the traditional source of pulling water from wells at remote agricultural outposts, but now, solar panels may be popping up in place of these icons of the American West.