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Reconfigured engines rev simulation
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MP3 player design goes configurable
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FPGA-based design needs new tools
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CPU cores enable browsable PLDs
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Musicians find there's no place like home
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The same year as Woodstock, Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart built his first home studio, fitting up an old barn with whatever equipment he could muster and splashing it all with a psychedelic paint job. American Beauty and Workingman's Dead were recorded there.
Data flow drives memory choice
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As desktop system speeds rise, so does the demand for added bandwidth through the network. There's an ongoing drive for more performance and more networked services.
MOSFETs do battle in the trenches
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There's a ton of road maps and technology initiatives for next-generation discrete power MOSFETs in desktop, portable and automotive applications, but at their core, most of them leave manufacturers with just two ways to go.
Differential interface keeps noise from low voltage logic
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Low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS) offers noise immunity for point-to-point data transfers. This tutorial explains how to set up LVDS circuits for optimum performance.
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