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Actors can "switch gears", but can engineers do the same?
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12/1/2010   39 comments
Can you go from being a circuit designer to software engineer, or vice versa?
Managing semiconductor end-of-life
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Navigating the pitfalls of a semiconductor device's end-of-life need not cripple a company.
Xcell caption competition – win a Xilinx Spartan-6 development board
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12/1/2010   1 comment
Have you read the latest edition of the Xilinx Xcell magazine (Issue 73, Fourth Quarter 2010)? If not, why not (grin)?
Facing the test challenges of a new generation of digital mobile standards
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A new generation of standards will enable significant increases in performance that will pave the way for the mobile computing revolution, requiring new test & measurement tools to help engineers conquer the challenges facing them..
Timing is everything…
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A couple of months ago, I blogged about a new 100GbE backplane project on the horizon that might also be leveraged for a narrower cable solution than the current 100GBASE-CR10 option that requires 10 differential pairs in each direction. At the November IEEE Plenary in Dallas, the first steps were taken as a study group was formed to start examining this problem.
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