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Long-Living Products Defy Conventional Wisdom
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9/25/2016   Post a comment
Winning products can have viable production lifetimes of decades, despite our "here today, obsolete tomorrow" thinking.
Display: Custom Doesn't Always Cost More
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9/23/2016   Post a comment
Customized displays don't need to be a complicated and expensive choice for designers and procurement professionals.
Friday Quiz: Capacitors and Decoupling, Part 2
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9/23/2016   Post a comment
This quiz will make you think even more about how and when to use decoupling capacitors in high-speed circuits.
Where Are the IoT Security Startups?
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9/22/2016   5 comments
You'd think that the dissonance between excitement over IoT opportunities on one hand and concern about IoT security on the other would yield a rich breeding ground for companies targeting IoT security.
Chip IP Biz & IC Industry M&As
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9/22/2016   Post a comment
What do all the latest M&A events in the chip industry mean to semiconductor IP companies?
"Cloak" Makes Signal-Blocking Wall Disappear
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9/21/2016   Post a comment
In a demonstration at EDICON, front scattering from a fractal structure shows how EM waves can turn a wall into a window.
ON Semi Deepens Power Stake with Fairchild Acquisition
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9/21/2016   Post a comment
The semiconductor industry consolidation continues. Companies with power management technology and products appear to be good bets.
Energy Huntsville Summit Promises to be a High-Energy Event
Max’s Cool Beans  
9/19/2016   1 comment
Want to learn a lot of thought-provoking stuff, meet a bunch of interesting folks, and be introduced to a wide variety of fascinating companies?
Reflections on a Career in Engineering
Break Points  
9/19/2016   Post a comment
From a world without embedded to it being everywhere. What a career!
Why I Teach Kids to Code
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9/19/2016   9 comments
A former Microsoft engineer talks about how she became the founder of a company teaching programming to middle-school girls.
Caveman Diorama Meets Huntsville Modeling Competition
Max’s Cool Beans  
9/16/2016   1 comment
If you live anywhere near Huntsville, Alabama, you may wish to attend the modelling competition on Saturday September 24 and see the caveman diorama in person.
Electrically Charged: The IEEE Constitution Vote
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9/16/2016   6 comments
Proposed changes to the IEEE constitution have raised concerns that too much power will consolidate at the top.
Moto, HTC Top Android Report
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9/16/2016   Post a comment
A new report shows HTC and Motorola are producing the best Android handsets in terms of OS update speeds and app crash rates, although Sony had the lowest overall crash rate. Beware Russia, it’s a bear when it comes to smartphone fragmentation.
RF Emissions Need Data Model
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9/16/2016   Post a comment
An international standard data model for radio frequency emissions is in the works and welcomes your input.
Friday Quiz: Capacitors and Decoupling, Part 1
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9/16/2016   Post a comment
Capacitors are never 100% capacitance. Their characteristics include resistance and inductance.
To Sleep, Perchance to Lucid Dream
Max’s Cool Beans  
9/15/2016   2 comments
In a lucid dream, the dreamer writes the script and becomes the lead actor, director, and special effects technician.
Security Protocol Promises Trust
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9/15/2016   Post a comment
A group of security experts led by ARM, Intercede, Solacia and Symantec collaborated to create a new security protocol for smart connected products.
Apple AirPods: Is Passif Inside?
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9/15/2016   Post a comment
What's inside Apple AirPods may be anyone's guess, but semiconductor expert Paul Boldt uses Apple's patents to make a case.
Digital Data Storage is Undergoing Mind-Boggling Growth
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9/14/2016   12 comments
In 2010, digital data storage requirements hit the "Zetta" prefix, with only one prefix, the "Yotta," left available.
RISC-V MCU Grown in Colombia
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9/14/2016   7 comments
A university group in Colombia developing a RISC-V-based microcontroller is a sign of the country’s intention to make its mark in technology.
Ask a Consultant at ESC Minneapolis 2016
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9/13/2016   Post a comment
If only it were possible to pose one's questions to a learned panel of experts, but where could one find such an august assemblage? At ESC Minneapolis, that's where!
Samsung Gets Kicked Off the Plane
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9/13/2016   2 comments
Lithium-ion battery fires are infrequent but not rare. Incidents involving Samsung’s latest smartphone may encourage mobile device makers to reexamine the integrity of their power trains.
Learn how to start your own start-up company at ESC Minneapolis 2016
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9/13/2016   Post a comment
Founding one's own company can be one of the most rewarding things you ever do, but there are a lot of things that can bite you in the nether regions when you least expect it.
USB Power Delivery: Comply with Specs or Make Angry Consumers
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9/13/2016   1 comment
USB Power Delivery will change the way we charge mobile devices and laptop computers. Careful design practices and testing are essential to charge batteries properly.
Book Review: Electronics for Kids by Øyvind Nydal Dahl
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
9/12/2016   Post a comment
The title notwithstanding, this is a book that will appeal to readers of all ages -- anyone who wishes to dip their toes in the electronics waters.
Free: Analog Engineer's Pocket Reference Guide
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9/12/2016   Post a comment
This pocket reference contains loads of information, including stuff that's of interest to everyone, even grizzled old digital design engineers.
Steampunk Nixie tube clock: The electronics are up and running
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9/12/2016   Post a comment
There's a lot more to working with Nixie tubes than initially meets the eye, with things like negative resistance and cathode poisoning to contend with.
Data Centers Dominate FPGA Event
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9/9/2016   Post a comment
In a sign of the times, four out of the five keynote presentations at FPL 2016, a major FPGA conference in Europe, were given by large companies such as IBM, Intel and Microsoft focused on the efficient deployment and use of FPGAs in data centers.
Playing with Apps While CAN Bus Burns?
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9/9/2016   7 comments
Carmakers are mindful of new attack surfaces in connected vehicles. How prepared they are to foil potential threats, however, is a topic they’d rather not bring up.
Friday Quiz: PCB Design, Part 2
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9/9/2016   Post a comment
We continue with questions from Dr. Howard Johnson's online seminar on how to maximize signal and power integrity and minimize cost.
Use Robots for Supply Chain Tasks
Industrial Control DesignLine Blog  
9/9/2016   Post a comment
Mechanical robots support the manufacturing floor, but these robots work in the buyer's office.
Robots Reshape Life on the Farm
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9/8/2016   Post a comment
Steady improvements in agricultural robotics will, slowly but surely, fundamentally alter the crop protection chemicals business.
Feel the power with TI's power supply design seminars
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9/7/2016   15 comments
If you are involved in power supply design or selection and you want to make sure you are on top of everything, you may want to consider attending one of these seminars.
If all else fails, iPads have a hard reset (who knew?)
Max’s Cool Beans  
9/7/2016   26 comments
Did you know that pressing-and-holding the iPad's Home and Power buttons together for at least 10 seconds forces the hardest of hard resets?
Dell Launches as Private Giant
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9/7/2016   Post a comment
Dell completed the largest merger in the tech sector in a period of massive consolidation, but whether the move creates a breakout opportunity us unclear.
Small/Home office? Computers down? Who ya gonna call?
Max’s Cool Beans  
9/6/2016   Post a comment
Do you work from home or for a small company? Do you manage your own systems, do you outsource said management, or are you thinking of doing so?
Upcoming Technical Seminars & Courses
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9/6/2016   Post a comment
Learn about EMC and power-supply design from experts.
Radio Exhibit Has Some Classic Equipment
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9/5/2016   Post a comment
Harvard University has quite a collection of old electronic gear on display. The current exhibit covers broadcast radio where you can see some classic radios, circuits, and test equipment.
Why Dual Cameras Are Better?
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9/5/2016   5 comments
By using dual cameras, smartphone manufacturers are able to support extremely advanced imaging features while keeping the solution slim (below 5mm height), lightweight and robust.
SpaceX Learns Another Hard Lesson
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9/2/2016   4 comments
Science and technology author George Leopold shares his views on the recent explosion that set back commercial space pioneer SpaceX.
Friday Quiz: PCB Design
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9/2/2016   4 comments
Given all the considerations required for getting a high-speed design to work, you might want to do something else.
Project Ara's Six Errors
Blog  
9/2/2016   6 comments
What exactly failed in Project Ara? Was it the idea of an open hardware community, the very concept of a “modular” phone, or Google "not getting" smartphone users?
Virtual Worlds Defy Description
Max’s Cool Beans  
9/1/2016   2 comments
In terms of the sumptuous graphics and awesome backing soundtrack, Obduction truly is -- as folks claim -- the spiritual descendant to Myst and Riven.
Flex Tech Debuts in Silicon Valley
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9/1/2016   Post a comment
The NextFlex research consortium demonstrated the potential of flexible hybrid electronics at its new shared manufacturing research center in San Jose this week.
Self-Installing Automotive Driver Assistance System
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8/30/2016   Post a comment
In addition to vehicle-in-front closure and lane departure warnings, this unit also stores 15 seconds of video pre- and post-impact in the event of an accident.
NI's Truchard to Retire, COO/CFO Davern to Take Over
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8/30/2016   Post a comment
National Instruments' founder and greatest cheerleader will step down after 40 years.
Obama Polishes High Tech Legacy
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8/30/2016   1 comment
We’ve got ObamaCare. This October its ObamaCon, an event in Pittsburgh that is the latest high tech initiative from the White House.
I'm on the Brink of Being Obducted; Farewell...
Max’s Cool Beans  
8/29/2016   16 comments
As this launch trailer video shows, Obduction takes immersive reality to a whole new dimension.
28nm Was Last Node of Moore's Law
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8/29/2016   9 comments
The industry is at a crossroads: some designs pursue scaling to 7nm while the majority stay on 28nm or older nodes.
India’s “Huaqiang North:” Can Indian & Chinese Dreams Both Be Achieved?
Engineering Investigations  
8/29/2016   4 comments
The “Indian Dream” would not be possible without the help of Chinese manufacturing, and the “Chinese Dream” is also inseparable from realizing the huge market opportunities in India.
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