Breaking News
Opinion
Content posted in July 2006
<<   <   Page 2 / 2
Synaesthesia: Hearing colors and tasting sounds
Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog  
7/5/2006   Post a comment
When listening to other people talking, some folks may see colors or they may experience different taste sensations corresponding to the various words.
Qualcomm on the ropes?
Blog  
7/5/2006   Post a comment
Legal actions followed by a dip in its stock price have put the king of cellular on the defensive for now.
Why are we using C?
Signal Processing DesignLine Blog  
7/3/2006   Post a comment
C is such a lousy language for DSP. Why are we still using it? Why don't more people use tools that generate code directly from a block diagram?
Mobile digital TV is picking up steam in the US
Blog  
7/3/2006   Post a comment
As evidenced by the recent demo I witnessed, the DTV Alliance, which is promoting DVB-H mobile TV in the US, is forging ahead.
Little exists today to train the mind to visualize and imagine
Blog  
7/3/2006   Post a comment
There have been several recent letters to Crosstalk regarding a lack of interest in engineering as a career (see June 19, page 28).
Software Standardization vs. choice
Blog  
7/3/2006   Post a comment
John Carbone of Express Logic thinks embedded design needs the enterprise level perspective of DSO.
Interesting times for print
Blog  
7/3/2006   Post a comment
This week, America celebrates 230 years as a country; next year EE Times will celebrate 35 years as a news and information enterprise. We're not the same animal we were. I don't think we could be, even if we wanted to. Today we cover technology, design and product developments globally, and our dispatches flow to every corner of the design-engineering world in more than a half-dozen languages.

Gaining freedom
Industrial Control DesignLine Blog  
7/3/2006   Post a comment
In one way or another, much of the activity in industrial control involves standardization. Ethernet is taking over, wireless networking standards are slowly inching forward and a host of specifications from the ISA, OPC and others are also gaining steam.
<<   <   Page 2 / 2


Flash Poll
EE Life
Frankenstein's Fix, Teardowns, Sideshows, Design Contests, Reader Content & More
Engineering Pop Culture!
Chuck Maggi, Engineering Manager

Two Cocky Techs Get Their Comeuppance
Chuck Maggi, Engineering Manager
Post a comment
Two swaggering technicians are dramatically humbled when they flip the power switch on a high-voltage simulator.

The Engineering Life - Around the Web
Dwight Bues, Systems Engineer

The Case of the Nonexistent Component
Dwight Bues, Systems Engineer
Post a comment
Every engineer has likely had the unfortunate experience of verifying a part's availability with a vendor, only to have the part ultimately wind up either not getting produced or ...

Engineer's Bookshelf
Caleb Kraft

The Martian: A Delightful Exploration of Math, Mars & Feces
Caleb Kraft
6 comments
To say that Andy Weir's The Martian is an exploration of math, Mars, and feces is a slight simplification. I doubt that the author would have any complaints, though.

Design Contests & Competitions
Caleb Kraft

Join The Balancing Act With April's Caption Contest
Caleb Kraft
58 comments
Sometimes it can feel like you're really performing in the big tent when presenting your hardware. This month's caption contest exemplifies this wonderfully.

Top Comments of the Week
Like Us on Facebook
EE Times on Twitter
EE Times Twitter Feed

Datasheets.com Parts Search

185 million searchable parts
(please enter a part number or hit search to begin)