NXPís JV Bets on Chinaís Tenuous EV Market
Junko Yoshida 1 comments
MADISON, Wis. — I suspect that I'm not alone in wondering when the fabless chip companies that have begun popping up in droves all over China in the last few years ...
Cloud Giants Rain on Washington
Rick Merritt 4 comments
Ah, the ironies of the Information Age.
Preserving Data Books From Yesteryear
Aubrey Kagan 28 comments
Blogs on the recently shuttered forums Microcontroller Central, Scope Junction, and The Connecting Edge prompted me to write this blog.
So We Just Consider the Resistor's Tolerance, Right?
Adam Taylor 20 comments
When designing precision electronics or performing a detailed worst-case analysis, one quickly learns to consider parameters that may not be so important in other ...
Latest Updates on Phase Change Memory Problems
Ron Neale 5 comments
PCM at IEDM 2013: Problems Aired.
There are about half a dozen papers on phase change memory (PCM) devices at IEDM 2013, and most deal with known reliability ...
Mill CPU: Stack Machines Instead of Turing
Ivan Godard 3 comments
Recently I posted a Hackaday.com interview of Ivan Godard, CTO of Out-of-the-Box Computing, a startup company creating Mill CPU. That interview, and the ongoing series of ...
Space Station: Benefit of Sharing Engineering Know-How
Caleb Kraft 6 comments
Next week, I will be getting the pleasure of exploring the Johnson Space Center in Houston, thanks to a really cool program called Speed2Design put on by Littelfuse. In ...
Doing Math in FPGAs
Tom Burke 24 comments
For a recent project, I explored doing "real" (that is, non-integer) math on a Spartan 3 FPGA. FPGAs, by their nature, do integer math. That is, there's no floating-point ...