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Gearing up for DAC – RTL to GDS II demos
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5/28/2012   Post a comment
This entry is the third in the what to see at DAC blog series. It includes listing about the demos that companies will be showing in the area of RTL to GDS II...
Indy 500: KV Racing's tech director talks track
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5/27/2012   Post a comment
We caught up with KV Racing's Eric Cowdin the other day to talk about the importance of the electronics and engineering when it comes to getting a top finish at the Indy 500 race.
Murata Robot takes to Indy 500
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5/27/2012   Post a comment
It wasn’t just humans, but also robot racers taking to the Indy 500 this weekend, with Murata, sponsors of the KV racing team (along with Littlefuse and Mouser)showing off the Murata-Boy robot performing his bicycle balancing act.
Slideshow: Sights from the Indianapolis 500 race weekend
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5/25/2012   1 comment
A slide show of the sights of the Indy 500 where we're following KV Racing and its myriad electronics-industry sponsors, including Littelfuse and Mouser.
Gearing Up for DAC – Above RTL
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5/22/2012   2 comments
This is the second in the series of what to see at DAC blogs. It includes listing about the demos that companies will be showing in the area of design above RTL…
Gearing Up for DAC – Verification demos
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5/18/2012   2 comments
This entry is the first in the what to see at DAC blogs. It includes listing about the demos that companies will be showing in the area of verification…
SIG, Panel and more at DAC
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5/17/2012   Post a comment
These are the events that I am involved with at DAC this year. I hope to see you at one of them…
Gary Smith: The Man Who “Cried ESL & Virtual Prototype” gets the last laugh
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5/17/2012   7 comments
Many years ago and in a Galaxy that seems far far away, my buddy and journalism mentor Richard Goering teamed up to provide EDA coverage for EE Times...
Plastic doesn't pollute, people do
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5/15/2012   7 comments
Plastic may not be the most beloved of materials to the more environmentally minded, but a tradeshow held last week in Italy aimed to mold a different opinion of the material in people's minds.
New companies at DAC for the first time in 2012
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5/15/2012   1 comment
This is the first of a series of blogs preparing you for DAC this year. This one lists the new companies exhibiting for the first time...
Agilent takes best in scope
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5/9/2012   4 comments
It's been a big year for scopes, and Agilent tops it off with recognition from Frost & Sullivan.
Power 101
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5/8/2012   Post a comment
Introductory series on power in semiconductors...
New Companies exhibiting at DAC: ICScape
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5/7/2012   Post a comment
DAC is quickly approaching and with it we can expect to see many new companies showing their tools for the very first time...
Detroit needs help
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5/1/2012   1 comment
And that is good news and bad news.


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