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AWR and NI, one year later
9/5/2012   Post a comment
Somehow our one year anniversary has come and gone without much fanfare
Manufacturing resurgence in the Silicon Valley
9/5/2012   3 comments
One of the most robust areas for manufacturing resurgence is in Silicon Valley. Who knew?
London Calling: ARM's East copes with uncertainty
9/5/2012   13 comments
Warren East, the CEO of U.K. processor licensor ARM Holdings, has warned that sales will slow in second half in 2012 due global economic uncertainty.
Which science fiction books SHOULD be made into films?
Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog  
9/4/2012   137 comments
Over the years I've often thought "I wish they would make this into a film!" Here are a few suggestions off the top of my head...
Frank Burge, who helped launch Apple, dead at 78
9/4/2012   25 comments
Frank Burge, an influential technology publishing executive who also helped launch Apple Inc., died Aug. 29 after a battle with cancer. He was 78.
Controlling noise – the great engineering challenge for wireless devices
Engineering Investigations  
9/4/2012   4 comments
Increased RF design complexity makes it almost impossible to fully contain noise and emissions that impact transmission and reception.
Book excerpt: High-level synthesis blue book
9/4/2012   Post a comment
The promise of high-level synthesis (HLS) is a powerful one: the ability to generate production-quality register transfer level (RTL) implementations from high-level specification...
London Calling: The power of silicon-carbide
9/3/2012   2 comments
China is getting in on the supply of silicon carbide wafers but long-time U.S. supplier Cree has increased the size of wafer it can supply.
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