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IoT in 45ish Minutes at ESC Boston 2016
Break Points  
4/19/2016   1 comment
How do you go from the normal six to twelve month development cycle to 45 minutes? Here are highlights from last week's Embedded Systems Conference.
IoT Library: Raspberry Pi’s ARM Processor Internet Ready
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
4/18/2016   Post a comment
Raspberry Pi’s 1.2GHz ARM Cortex-A53 processor with WiFi and Bluetooth is now Internet ready
Power Electronics Still Surging in China
Blog  
4/18/2016   Post a comment
Despite recent economic challenges, the outlook for China is positive, especially within the power electronics industry.
Telemedicine's Impressive Reality: Sensors, Smartphone, & Cloud Yield Seamless System
Blog  
4/18/2016   1 comment
Smartphones with dedicated front ends could open up a new world in test and measurement instrumentation.
Follow the Money: Faraday Future
Blog  
4/15/2016   18 comments
Faraday Future held its $1 billion EV factory ground breaking ceremony Wednesday. A day after the big event, it turns out that Faraday Future’s money still hadn’t hit escrow account of the Governor's Office of Economic Development in Nevada.
State of On-Shoring: Problem of China
Blog  
4/15/2016   1 comment
China has had a good run as a low-cost manufacturer with decent product quality, but labor costs have risen making the country vulnerable to re-sourcing.
Friday Quiz: Oscilloscope Tricks, Part 2
Blog  
4/15/2016   Post a comment
Take a second look at ways to make your oscilloscope more productive.
From Somber to Celebratory: The Role of Contests
Blog  
4/14/2016   Post a comment
I’m sorry I missed the Champagne uncorked at last month’s APEC conference. There was cause for celebration.
Can Einstein Be Wrong About Naked Singularities?
Blog  
4/14/2016   4 comments
Einstein's theory of relativity has a flaw according to British scientists who claim that their five-dimensional (5D) black rings (instead of round black holes) could enable singularities to be observed.
ESC Boston 2016 Day 1: Test & Measurement
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4/13/2016   Post a comment
ESC Boston opened on Wednesday, April 13. Here some measurements we saw on the exhibit floor.
Amazon Names New CEOs: What It Means
Blog  
4/13/2016   1 comment
Amazon says that promoting Andy Jassy and Jeff Wilke to new CEO roles is not a reorganization. But does this foreshadow more independence for AWS?
Fixing C
Break Points  
4/13/2016   31 comments
What would you change if you could fix one thing about the C language?
Mystery Buyer for IDT?
Blog  
4/13/2016   Post a comment
Is a group of Chinese individual investors trying to buy IDT for $4.3 billion?
New Standard Supports Ongoing Efforts to Combat Counterfeit Semiconductors
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4/11/2016   Post a comment
The new JEDEC standard marks an important step forward, but it is just the latest step in a long march toward eliminating counterfeit semiconductors.
FPGA Debug in the Modern World
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4/11/2016   Post a comment
A versatile, iterative, and incremental debug methodology allows FPGA designers to deliver debugged designs quickly and easily ensuring design integrity and robustness.
Integrating Medication Delivery with Smartphones
Blog  
4/11/2016   Post a comment
Here's an embedded device of interest to doctors, patients, health insurance companies, and pharmaceutical companies.
Flagship Smartphones Go Always-Listening, Always-Seeing & Always-Sensing
Blog  
4/11/2016   3 comments
With the right design strategy, always-on displays and always-listening mics will be joined by always-seeing, always-sensing features.
Printed Electronics: What's Hot & What's Not
Blog  
4/11/2016   1 comment
Three sectors dominate with billion dollar-sized business -- OLED displays, sensors, and conductive inks.
Workhorse Printer Gets a Second Wind
Blog  
4/11/2016   17 comments
A 20-year-old HP LaserJet 4P is the printer that just won't die. Are today's printers that good?
Say Hello to an Engineer of the Future
Max’s Cool Beans  
4/8/2016   12 comments
Some things that mark Ashton Richards as a potential future electronics and computer engineer are his boundless enthusiasm and his willingness to experiment.
I’m Not Ready to Bring VR Home
Blog  
4/8/2016   3 comments
The new crop of VR products need better graphics, friendlier interfaces and lower prices to attract our resident late adopter.
IoT Takes Business World By Storm
Blog  
4/8/2016   2 comments
In the next five years, the use of IoT in business is going to explode, and security concerns will grow right along with the market.
Friday Quiz: Oscilloscope Tricks, Part 1
Blog  
4/8/2016   1 comment
You can do much more with a digital oscilloscope than just look at waveforms. In this first of a series, we look at some of the things you can do, but probably didn't know about.
Microsoft Surface Phone: Will It Arrive In 2017?
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4/8/2016   Post a comment
Microsoft plans to release three models of its rumored Surface Phone in early 2017, according to a published report. Can it help Redmond with its mobile strategy?
Oscilloscope Tricks, Round 3
Blog  
4/7/2016   5 comments
Learn how to use spectrograms, graticules, constellation diagrams, and decibels.
Cracking the Code of ESC "Hello There!" Badges
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4/7/2016   Post a comment
A cornucopia of apps will be pre-loaded onto the wirelessly networked ESC "Hello There!" badges.
Embedded speech for Arduino is here!
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4/7/2016   Post a comment
This type of technology has been long-awaited by makers; the ability to support voice commands offers endless possibilities.
First Look at Samsung’s 48L 3D V-NAND Flash
Blog  
4/6/2016   9 comments
The highly anticipated Samsung's 48 layer V-NAND 3D flash memory is out in the market, and we at TechInsights have the first look.
UK Comms Regulator Pushes VHF Spectrum for IoT
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4/6/2016   Post a comment
UK communications regulator Ofcom is laying out formal plans and a regulatory framework for the Internet of Things.
The Tough World of Automotive Power
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4/6/2016   Post a comment
Automobiles are evolving from being almost exclusively mechanical to becoming self-propelled embedded systems. The amount of computing power inside the car is steadily increasing, with some of the biggest improvements to processor horsepower moving into the dashboard and the infotainment systems it contains.
EETimes Radio Presents "Embedded Vision: How a Car Sees"
Max’s Cool Beans  
4/5/2016   Post a comment
The emergence of powerful, low-cost, and energy-efficient processors has made it possible to incorporate practical computer vision capabilities into embedded systems.
Designer's Notebook: Remember Discrete Logic
Blog  
4/5/2016   17 comments
In the age of FPGA and CPLD, there's still a place for discrete logic.
China's Interest in FD-SOI: Is It for Real?
Blog  
4/5/2016   3 comments
Reporters find it easier to write about Donald Trump, Apple and FinFET. When it comes to FD-SOI, not so much.
Peek Behind the Curtain on the ESC Collector's Badge
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4/5/2016   Post a comment
EDN's Rich Quinnell provides design details on the ESC Boston collectable mesh network attendee badge.
Holoporting to the Future
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4/5/2016   Post a comment
Space opera fiction, at least a portion of the technology, is quickly becoming reality.
Intel Mobile Chief’s Hard Monday
Blog  
4/4/2016   2 comments
You think you had a hard Monday? Consider the case of Aicha Evans.
Secrets of the Homemade Nixie Tube Clock
Max’s Cool Beans  
4/4/2016   3 comments
Here's the latest in Max Maxfield's how-to-make-your-own Nixie Tube DIY project. The secret to a homemade Nixie Tube clock is to buy it from a professional.
Hidden World of MCU Start-up Code
Blog  
4/4/2016   10 comments
Although debugging embedded code usually begins with the application block "main", a lot of interesting stuff happening before reaching that point.
Happy Square Root Day!
Engineering Pop Culture!  
4/4/2016   39 comments
In which we are presented with a poser: How should one go about celebrating a holiday like Square Root Day?
ESC Boston Next Week, Bring Your Snow Boots
Blog  
4/4/2016   17 comments
ESC Boston starts on April 13. That's in just nine days and it's snowing here.
Apple iPhone SE Reuses Design Wins to Penetrate Lower Budget Market
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4/1/2016   Post a comment
Can Apple play in the growing low-to-mid budget smartphone market? The latest attempt, the iPhone SE, looks promising.
Friday Quiz: Filtering EMI With Op Amps
Blog  
4/1/2016   2 comments
Op amps can be effective in reducing EMI by filtering out unwanted signals.
CEO Interview: Andes' Cores For IoT Suit Europe
Blog  
3/31/2016   1 comment
EE Times Europe interviewed Frankwell Jyh-Ming Lin, CEO of Andes Technology Corp. (Hsinchu, Taiwan), a licensor of a range of 32bit processor cores as intellectual property (IP), and asked how the company is planning to address the European market.
Avnet Continues to Get Students Involved in STEM
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3/31/2016   Post a comment
The 11th Annual Avnet Tech Games will give scores of students a chance to win scholarships and rub shoulders with industry veterans.
Very Affordable & Incredibly Useful Electronic Component Testers
Engineering Investigations  
3/31/2016   28 comments
These testers would be worth the money if all they did was test capacitors -- the fact that they also work with resistors, inductors, diodes, and transistors is cream in the cake.
Top Startups Tips: Engineers Tell Their Startup Stories at ESC Boston 2016
Blog  
3/31/2016   3 comments
Here are some hints for success from four engineers who started their own successful companies based on a passion for engineering.
Some of My Best Friends are Engineers
Blog  
3/31/2016   Post a comment
In the wake of National Engineers Week, which gave us days of inspirational quotes about, and from, those involved in engineering, let's give thanks for the work of engineers.
Video: Apple Takes a Recycling Step
Blog  
3/31/2016   Post a comment
The electronics super power deserves kudos for creating a system to recover at least some of the resources used in iPhones.
ESC Minneapolis: Call for More Speakers
Blog  
3/31/2016   Post a comment
We're extending our call-for-speakers deadline at Embedded Systems Conference in Minneapolis.
ReRAMs: Forming Scaling and Quantized Conductance
Blog  
3/30/2016   7 comments
An IMEC team have formed and characterized the electrical conductance and topology of some of the smallest ReRAM filaments ever reported. While they have proved the devices still operate with an active volume of that size, it's not all good news.
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