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Friday Quiz: Time Sensitive Networks
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12/9/2016   1 comment
TSNs are gaining traction of automotive, industrial IoT, and audio/video applications.
Scotus Apple v. Samsung Ruling, Just the FAQs
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12/8/2016   1 comment
With its decision in the Apple v. Samsung case, the Supreme Court made a narrow ruling on the issue of how to value damages in cases of products like smartphones made up of many components.
Turnkey Sensor System Gives Users Taste of the IIoT
Industrial Control DesignLine Blog  
12/8/2016   Post a comment
Cost and design complexity have kept many potential beneficiaries from joining the IIoT, but turnkey systems can resolve those problems.
Trump Needs to Embrace Industrial Revolution
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12/7/2016   4 comments
Industrial jobs policy is important for many millions of Trump supporters, especially those who lost jobs when factories downsized or closed. But can Trump's U.S. really compete with Asia and Europe?
VR, AR, and Cognitive Capabilities in Embedded Systems Get Real
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12/7/2016   1 comment
2017 will see the beginning of VR, AR, and cognitive system technologies being combined in exciting, and sometimes unexpected, ways.
PXI Week: Just in Case You Missed it
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12/5/2016   Post a comment
The end of November/beginning of December saw a run of new PXI test products.
Amazon Go: RFID Wins, Google Loses
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12/5/2016   18 comments
Amazon Go is a heck of a good move in the game of artificial intelligence that is driving the tech sector.
Can FPGA Fabric and an SoC Co-Exist on the Same Chip?
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12/5/2016   7 comments
Now that three vendors are chasing the embedded FPGA market, potential customers will have a wider choice, which has to be a good thing.
Is Mobileye-Intel New ‘Wintel’ of Auto?
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12/2/2016   11 comments
What technologies do Mobileye and Intel offer to autonomous driving? And what’s the division of labor between Mobileye’s EyeQ chip and Intel’s yet-to-be-announced automotive SoC?
No, The Sky Is Not Falling
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12/2/2016   2 comments
If Apple is slashing semiconductor orders, TSMC would bear the most impact. Is this what's happening?
Friday Quiz: Current Sensors for Energy Measurement
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12/2/2016   3 comments
Do you know the different types of sensors for measuring electrical current?
Will China Grab ARM Servers?
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12/1/2016   2 comments
China’s data center giants have become the next big hope to give traction to ARM’s server initiative.
DNA Test Reveals How Well You're Aging
Max’s Cool Beans  
12/1/2016   20 comments
Would you like to discover how the actual aging of your body compares to your chronological age, or is such knowledge best left unknown?
Power Management: Electronica's Not So Hidden Subtext
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12/1/2016   Post a comment
Power management devices, though, remain a strong interest item at the biennial tradeshow. Here are some of the interesting power developments from Electronica 2016.
Tomatoes: A Viable IoT Test Bed
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11/30/2016   4 comments
We read so much about sensors, measurement, big data, and big IoT, but there's lots of good and useful work being done on a much smaller scale.
Half-Ton Megaprocessor is Finally Finished
Max’s Cool Beans  
11/29/2016   46 comments
Boasting 42,400 transistors, 50,500 resistors, 10,500 LEDs, and 272,300 hand-soldered joints, the Megaprocessor is a computer to be reckoned with.
Predicting Semiconductor Industry Growth: Drop the Crystal Ball and Use the Gompertz Curve
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11/29/2016   Post a comment
By using the well-tested Gompertz function, semiconductor companies have a way to determine areas in which to focus their attention and investments.
Inside SK Hynix's 3D NAND
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11/28/2016   Post a comment
TechInsights explores SK Hynix's U-shaped NAND cell architecture.
Apple's T1: A Chip With Room to Grow
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11/28/2016   Post a comment
Touch screen or no touch screen the Apple Event brought us another, new Apple IC; the T1, which might be part of the groundwork for things to come.
The Algorithm Ate My Homework
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11/28/2016   10 comments
Algorithms are useful tools. But who’s watching how they’re used?
Ray Tomlinson, the @ Sign, and Technical Progress
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11/27/2016   7 comments
It may take a committee and years to develop standards, but sometimes the most pervasive ones are the result of one person's quick decision.
Weighing China’s 1.1 Million Patents
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11/25/2016   6 comments
U.S. innovators should not misconstrue the higher absolute number of patents filed in China in 2015 to imply anything about the strength of U.S. innovation or the U.S, IP marketplace.
Friday Quiz: Wescon Test Products
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11/25/2016   Post a comment
How well do you recognize these test instruments from Wescon 1991?
M&A Takes New Twists
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11/25/2016   8 comments
The M&A frenzy in semiconductors seems to have entered a bold new phase that arguable leads to less competition.
Wireless Charging Market Still Seeks Use Cases
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11/25/2016   5 comments
Outside of cell phone users, the user base for wireless charging has not grown. Is this a lost opportunity?
China’s Patent Record Won’t Travel
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11/24/2016   4 comments
China hit an impressive but limited milestone in intellectual property.
Deep Thoughts Regarding the Bodacious Brain
Max’s Cool Beans  
11/23/2016   29 comments
There's more to building a brain than one might think. Should each cell reside in blissful ignorance or have some level of spatial awareness, for example?
Where are the FPGA Architectures for the 21st Century?
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11/23/2016   9 comments
Are there any weird and wondrous technologies waiting in the wings, or can we expect only bigger, better, faster, and shinier versions of traditional FPGA fabrics?
Project volume hides India’s solar reality
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11/23/2016   7 comments
All is not well with the Indian solar industry. When US-based SunEdison declared bankruptcy on April 21, wiping out nearly $10 billion in market value, a pall of gloom descended over the industry.
Replacing Tantalum Bypass Capacitors with Multi-Layer Ceramic Devices
Engineering Investigations  
11/22/2016   27 comments
In addition to exploding, Tantalum capacitors almost always fail to a short if you reverse their polarity or exceed their working voltage.
Prime Your Brain for Brilliant Ideas at ESC Silicon Valley
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11/22/2016   3 comments
This keynote introduces the neural processes that percolate insights into consciousness and explains how your brain selects and rejects ideas before you're even aware of them.
Smart Home Needs Data Standards
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11/21/2016   Post a comment
There is a compelling need for companies to come together to develop and enforce a system of ethical data collection and processing in the smart home.
Fast Track to Industrial IoT
Industrial Control DesignLine Blog  
11/21/2016   Post a comment
It fits in a shirt pocket, runs on batteries, and provides a quick way to upgrade to Industry 4.0.
The Time Has Come to Build My Own Electronic Brain
Max’s Cool Beans  
11/18/2016   28 comments
Can you imagine a tall glass dome jam-packed with a three-dimensional array of LED-based neurons frantically flickering away in response to sound?
IoT Networks Start to Sprout
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11/18/2016   Post a comment
The rise of multiple types of LPWAN networks, each with its own competing network protocol, has complicated the IoT picture.
Friday Quiz: Oscillations in High-Speed Op-Amps
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11/18/2016   1 comment
Why do feedback amplifiers sometimes oscillate? These questions from a 1991 Jim Williams article ask you to answer.
Virtual Reality Will Stay Hot
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11/17/2016   Post a comment
Virtual reality could be a killer app in more ways than one.
15 IoT Devices Running on 7 Apps?
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11/17/2016   1 comment
At Embedded Technology conference here, NXP executive broached the touchy topic of “smart home delays.”
Four Reasons to Drive Growth by Saying "Thank You"
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11/17/2016   Post a comment
New research shows that engineers prefer to be in control when it comes to buying parts and equipment.
Taming erratic cellular latency with "extreme asynchronous" IoT firmware design
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11/17/2016   Post a comment
Incorporating a self-contained cellular module into an IoT device's design has many advantages, but the inherent delays in the cellular network need to be addressed to avoid jitter in sensor readings and erratic interaction with the user.
Integrated Resistors for an Advanced Node CMOS
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11/16/2016   Post a comment
New process flows adapt to HKMG and FinFET technologies while maintaining resistor performance.
What Are the Coolest Engineering Gifts?
Max’s Cool Beans  
11/16/2016   47 comments
What products or DIY creations do you think techno-weenies would most appreciate as gifts this coming Crimble?
NASA's Alice Bowman to Give Keynote at ESC Silicon Valley
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11/16/2016   Post a comment
The Mission Operations Manager describes the challenges associated with piloting the New Horizons spacecraft through the solar system for nearly a decade.
Manufacturing PCBs: Ensuring Global Consistency
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11/16/2016   1 comment
If you prototype printed circuit boards in the U.S., how can you ensure that laminates and prepregs you used will match those used in offshore volume production?
Time-Sensitive Networks Find New Applications
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11/15/2016   1 comment
The well-respected independent test lab UNH-IOL has added three new consortia--automotive, industrial, and audio/video--for compliance and interoperability testing of time-sensitive Ethernet.
Cosmopolitan Collaboration Companies
Engineering Pop Culture!  
11/15/2016   3 comments
Co-workers from around the world add variety and creativity to the workplace; also, company pot-lucks are tasty affairs.
3D XPoint – Reality, Opportunity, and Competition
Blog  
11/15/2016   10 comments
3D XPoint was debuted with big claims in 2015. However, there are many wild guess and speculations because details have not been shared in public domain
The Future of Fingerprint Scanning
Blog  
11/15/2016   1 comment
What happens to fingerprint sensing, when a physical home button is replaced with a virtual or “soft” button under the glass?
Fully-Programmable SoCs -- New Breed of Devices
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11/15/2016   Post a comment
Embedding FPGA fabric in the heart of an SoC offers operational advantages and application performance benefits.
Dual-Port 2A USB Chargers Only $1.95
Max’s Cool Beans  
11/14/2016   34 comments
These chargers really do produce 2A as claimed; they have two USB connectors, a power indicator, foldable prongs, and they’re UL listed.
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