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Handling Top-Security Threats for Connected Devices
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6/12/2016   Post a comment
Some design techniques to minimize the risk of a security breach are the principle of least privilege, separation of privilege, and Kerckhoff's principle.
Friday Quiz: Oscilloscope Probes
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6/10/2016   5 comments
Oscilloscopes probes affect circuits. Get used to it.
Cutting a Dash with Amazon's Dash Buttons
Max’s Cool Beans  
6/9/2016   24 comments
Do these Wi-Fi-enabled buttons herald the dawn of a new golden age, or do they signify the beginning of the end of life as we know it?
Smart FPGA Debugging Tools Reduce Validation Times
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6/9/2016   Post a comment
Designers who focus more heavily on an FPGA's debug capabilities before they select their next device can reduce development cycles and costs while significantly speeding time to market.
Diversity Comes to Hot Chips
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6/9/2016   Post a comment
This year’s program is as diverse as it’s ever been. There should be something for everyone.
First-Hand Experiences using Hardware Emulation
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6/8/2016   Post a comment
The 2016 Mentor Graphics' User Group boasted five technical sessions focused on emulation.
ESC Silicon Valley 2016 -- Call for Speakers Is Open
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6/8/2016   3 comments
Our goal is to deliver a unique and highly useful educational experience for embedded designers involved in developing electronics products and systems.
Forces Driving Semi Mergers & Acquisitions
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6/8/2016   1 comment
The driving force for consolidation is typically the efficiencies achieved through economies of scale with larger volume. Not so with the semiconductor industry.
S-Parameter Data Isn't Always Enough
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6/8/2016   Post a comment
When modeling and simulating DC/DC converters, capacitors, and inductors, the data you get from data sheets is't always sufficient to measure component values. Here's a way to fix the problem.
Democratizing C
Break Points  
6/8/2016   1 comment
A new C book is a welcome addition to the literature.
Samsung Bendable Smartphones May Come In 2017
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6/8/2016   Post a comment
Samsung is preparing smartphones with bendable displays for early 2017.
WWDC: Apple's Chance to Open Up To Keep Up
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6/7/2016   1 comment
Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference kicks off next week. While the company will likely introduce new products, what it really needs is a new attitude.
Download Software, Learn AWGs & Digitizers
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6/7/2016   Post a comment
Teachers and educators can use Spectrum Instrumentation's SBench 6 software to teach the fundamentals of digitizers and waveform generators.
Will Autonomous Cars Signal the End of Traffic Lights?
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6/7/2016   Post a comment
Fully autonomous vehicles that can see the road ahead and communicate with each other may well sound the death knell for traffic lights.
Why ReRAM/RRAM Is Like Lightning
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6/6/2016   2 comments
What must be considered is the possibility that the filaments-in-waiting have another role to control and keep a constant current density in the switching region.
Farberisms Rule, Spoonerisms Drool
Max’s Cool Beans  
6/6/2016   27 comments
Are Farberisms funnier than Spoonerisms, or are we bonking up the wrong tree?
Is 5G a Rorschach Test for RF?
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6/6/2016   Post a comment
The sky is not falling -- it is filled with radio waves. What some call the “Golden Age of Wireless,” citing the tera- and zeta-Byte data feeds consumed Facebook and the like, may likely resemble a Rorschach test, in which RF equipment suppliers impose their own order on otherwise ambiguous picture.
Fully Autonomous Cars: Do the Math
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6/6/2016   4 comments
Time to rethink autonomous driving foundations. We’ve begun our research in the form of an arithmetical formulation of probabilistic fusion, to remove the need of floating point operations and substantially reduce the computing requirements.
Researchers Demo Building Nearly Invisible Backdoor In Chips
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6/6/2016   Post a comment
Modification almost impossible to catch in post-fab tests says University of Michigan researchers in report that details proof-of-concept attack
CEO Flies Nest, Leaving Questions Behind
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6/6/2016   5 comments
What led Tony Fadell to step down at Nest? And why now? His abrupt departure begs a few questions--including IoT’s challenges and Nest’s place in Alphabet’s hardware strategy.
Bike2: A Novel Powertrain for Electric Bikes
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6/3/2016   27 comments
This is an enabling technology, with applications way beyond bikes, including solar, wind, tide, wave, and other power systems.
Killer VR App + Killer VR Machine = Awesome VR Sauce
Max’s Cool Beans  
6/3/2016   13 comments
Combine the Oculus Rift with VR Games like Obduction and ZED, throw in a dedicated VR computer system, and prepare to have your mind boggled.
Send EDN Some Birthday Cheer
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6/3/2016   Post a comment
Sister publication EDN turns 60 this year, and we want you to help us celebrate.
Parsing Time and Feelin' Groovy
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6/3/2016   22 comments
The Today's numberless design -- with noon (top) and midnight (bottom) gently divided by a cloud-like dawn and dusk -- relieves the urgency of modern time.
Friday Quiz: Max the Magnificent
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6/3/2016   28 comments
How much do you know about the Editor of all Things Fun and Interesting?
Rubber Bands Can Get You In Real Trouble
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6/1/2016   19 comments
Rubber Band Engineer, a book by Lance Akiyama, is just what you need to shoot projectiles and get yourself in trouble.
1st Prize in CircuitMaker Competition is Othermill Pro CNC Milling Machine
Max’s Cool Beans  
6/1/2016   3 comments
Can you imagine having an Othermill Pro CNC milling machine sitting on your desk, whipping out prototype PCBs whenever you need them?
New FPGA/SoC TFT LCD Display Controller IP Core
Max’s Cool Beans  
6/1/2016   4 comments
The DB9000 TFT LCD Controller IP core supports LCD panel resolutions from 240x240 up to 8192x8192.
MEMS Movement, 25 Years Later
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5/31/2016   5 comments
Microelectromechanical systems market began with pressure sensors, exploded with automotive airbags and is now headed into IoT and medical applications.
Getting Started with C++ in Embedded Systems
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5/31/2016   7 comments
C++ is available for most embedded targets, yet the adoption rate remains low. This webinar will provide practical information you can put to immediate use.
Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 1100 Chip Targets Wearables, IoT
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5/31/2016   Post a comment
Qualcomm's processor supports Android and the Android Wear platform. It's aiming at targeted wearables like smartwatches for kids.
MISRA Adds Security Updates
Break Points  
5/30/2016   Post a comment
New updates improve an already excellent MISRA.
UCSF Pioneers Precision Medicine at Center for Digital Health Innovation
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5/30/2016   3 comments
The Center for Digital Health Innovation is looking to technology for both disruptive and incremental improvements to healthcare.
10 Drones You Want to Own
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5/30/2016   Post a comment
Drones are the hottest thing in consumer electronics at the moment, and they're increasingly inexpensive as more suppliers enter the market, so...
Will OLEDs Improve TV Profit Margins?
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5/30/2016   Post a comment
Display Week speakers debate where the TV and car display industries are headed.
Friday Quiz: Signal Conditioning Circuits
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5/27/2016   1 comment
Most sensors need some kind of amplification, isolation, filtering, or buffering between them and an ADC.
Google May Shame Partners Into Ending Android Fragmentation
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5/26/2016   Post a comment
Google might resort to naming and shaming smartphone makers and carriers who are behind in updating Android devices.
Custom Corner Characterization for Optimal ASIC/SoC Designs
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5/25/2016   1 comment
Today's characterization tools offer a very good solution for extracting the best performance out of an ASIC/SoC for any specified PVT operating conditions.
Millimeter Wave Conference Highlights the Quest for Bandwidth
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5/25/2016   Post a comment
The 5G cellular network -- one application expected to benefit from higher bandwidth -- will get a lot of attention at IMS.
Enter the PCM-Neuron and Neural Computing
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5/25/2016   Post a comment
A team from IBM & ETH, Zurich, have put normally unwanted stochastic effects to good use. Making use of the fact that phase change devices are able to offer a more accurate representation of biological systems than perhaps any other solid state device.
Gululu Smart Water Bottle Keeps Kids Hydrated
Max’s Cool Beans  
5/24/2016   9 comments
Meet the Gululu, the spiritual descendent of the Tamagotchi, but one that is more suited to (virtual) life in the 21st Century.
Set Up Your Oscilloscope for ESD Measurements
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5/24/2016   Post a comment
To get the right measurements of ESD pulses, you need to correctly set trigger levels and maximize the oscilloscope's ADC dynamic range as possible.
Teardown: A Tiny Drone & Its Controller
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5/24/2016   Post a comment
In this teardown, see what you get when you spend $10 on a tiny drone.
My Genes Don’t Seem to Fit
Max’s Cool Beans  
5/24/2016   14 comments
Humans have somewhere between 20,000 to 25,000 protein-coding genes, which places us somewhere between a chicken (~16,500 genes) and a grape (~30,500 genes).
OEMs Leverage Online Resources for Better Buying
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5/24/2016   Post a comment
UBM's 2016 Global Distributor Customer Evaluation Study gathered the thoughts of industry leaders about how they are using online resources to collect design information, identify suppliers, and more.
The Pros and Cons of Crowdfunding
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5/23/2016   Post a comment
Crowdfunding brings some tangible benefits in addition to funding novel projects, but it must be managed carefully to achieve its goals.
Specialty Electronics Distributors Win Customer Confidence, UBM Survey Said
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5/23/2016   Post a comment
UBM's Global Distributor Customer Evaluation Study, an annual ranking based on perceptions by supply chain, corporate, and design executives, provides a close look at how customers rate the performance of major electronics distributors.
Google’s Daydream is Silicon Reality
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5/23/2016   4 comments
A Qualcomm graphics expert gave insight into work on mobile virtual reality in Android that is about to emerge from the lab.
What's New Under The ATE Sun? Clouds
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5/23/2016   Post a comment
New and innovative ways to increase the value provided by test are needed to address old problems.
A Non-Reciprocal Antenna May Yield New RF Options
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5/23/2016   1 comment
When a technical advance challenges a long-held assumption, new thinking is needed--but it may be hard to implement.
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