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Just what does happen when a processor is reset?
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10/7/2010   13 comments
I just received a rather interesting question from a reader with regards to what happens when a processor is reset that set me to pondering...
Managing design data – consider the whole product
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10/7/2010   4 comments
"The product, the whole product, and nothing but the product," outlines Rob Evans of Altium. Here, he recommends to approach electronics in a more interactive way that focuses on the real end result – a complete product.
Microchip microncontroller product directions
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10/6/2010   9 comments
Microchip plans extensions to its 8-, 16- and 32-bit PIC microcontroller lines in the coming months that will, among other things, integrate more analog functions, continue to fight the good fight on stand-by leakage, and boost performance.
More *Stuff* (Alien life, steampunk computer, man-powered flight...)
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10/6/2010   3 comments
I'm busy... confused... enthused... eternally optimistic... blessed with a short-term memory with regard to unhappy things... and easily distracted (Ooooh, did you see that?)
Engineer Chris McAneny begins his trek
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10/6/2010   53 comments
Darren Wenn of Microchip Technology and Chris McAneny of Future Electronics begin their trek up Africa’s famous Mt. Kilimanjaro
Warning: Turn down gain before switching input
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10/6/2010   81 comments
The demo of an early teletype machine produces spectacular, if unintended, results
A four hundred year old lesson for today
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10/6/2010   22 comments
Applying the lessons of an historic engineering failure to the modern electronics product development.
Analog Editor's Note
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10/5/2010   Post a comment
Check out the Design Article by Silicon Labs presenting the factors which affect phase-lock loop jitter and the interaction between them.
Help! I need some *Tales from the Trenches*
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10/5/2010   3 comments
I desperately need some feedback in the form of "tales from the trenches" with regard to real-world problems caused by lack of Component Data Management (CDM).
Microsemi acquires Actel-analysis
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10/5/2010   25 comments
Analog and digital integration are more crucial today than ever, and device makers are getting the message.
To emulate or prototype?
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10/4/2010   9 comments
In my last blog I talked about debugging a design within an FPGA. This week I want to turn the tables completely and talk about using FPGAs as a way to verify ASICs.
I LOVE my new Android mobile phone!
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10/4/2010   19 comments
After struggling along with my old mobile phone for several years, I finally took the plunge and purchased a Droid Incredible by HTC, and I am DELIGHTED with the result.
Not all automotive electronics improvements need be complex
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10/4/2010   69 comments
Recently I had a chance to drive Hyundai's Genesis Coupe again and found out engineers have added a simple but welcome upgrade.
Eeeek! Actel to be acquired by Microsemi!
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10/4/2010   2 comments
Well, this news took me completely by surprise. It seems that Microsemi Corporation has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Actel Corporation for approximately $430 million.
Will patent suits slow down Android?
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10/4/2010   Post a comment
Microsoft just filed suit against Motorola for allegedly infringing on nine of its patents involving smartphone functions.
Darren begins the climb
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10/1/2010   Post a comment
Well, this is it, training is over, time to put up or shut up
All sorts of *Stuff* (good and bad)
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10/1/2010   3 comments
Here are a bunch of items that recently caught my eye, from computer worms to a new way to tie your shoelaces to Mark Twain to nanotechnology to ... the mind boggles!
Space Log: Houston, we have a budget
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10/1/2010   10 comments
NASA at last has a budget blueprint for 2011 and beyond. Let's get to work
Embrace formal verification, make more money, take better vacations
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10/1/2010   2 comments
Harry Foster of Mentor Graphics said he lives and breathes verification methodologies in general, and he is particularly fond of formal verification. He reckons that formal verification is among the most promising engineering topics today and in the near future.
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