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Qualcomm LTE IC Makes (Auto-) Grade, But Only in Module
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Freescale 2013 Strength Driven by Auto
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Part V: High-Speed Standards Compliance & Diagnostic Testing
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Speed2Design: Mission Control at JSC, Old & New
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Lenovo Snags Motorola for $2.9B
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Homemade Portable 8-Bit Computing
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Building a Thermochromic Curved Display
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DesignCon Revs to 28 G, Beyond
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EV Charging Equipment Sales to Grow 10X by 2020
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Part III. Design Tools and Methodologies
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Inspiring commercial makes you want to cry
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Part IV: Opening Closed Eye Diagrams
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Google Acquires Nest Labs for $3.2 Billion
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Intel to Lay Off 5% of Workforce in 2014
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EcoBot Turns Waste Into Power
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AMD Delivers With ARM
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IBM, Samsung & Qualcomm Among Top Patent Recipients
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Interesting Wearable Applications to Follow
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ARM Raises Server Spec
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Want to Join Me in the EDA Playground?
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Wearable Devices to Hit 10M Units
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Hardware Hacker Joe Grand to Speak at EE Live!
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17 NASA Images of Beautiful Engineering
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Conformal Coatings for PCBs
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Slideshow: LEDs Light Up Detroit Auto Show
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Internet of Things Impacts Manufacturing, Too
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Is Google-Samsung Licensing a Big Event?
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Part III: Total Jitter & Eye Width
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Video: People Are Awesome
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A Kaleidoscopic View of Finite State Machine Design
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IoT Spells Opportunity, Intel VP Says
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How to Properly Use Cling Film & Aluminum Foil
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Facebook Attracts Server Startups
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What's Upsetting My FPGA?
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My Favorite Troubleshooting Tools
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Datacenters Drive Network Shifts
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Part II: Signal Integrity & the Closed Eye
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Intersil Sensor Brightens Mobile Display
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Engineering Classrooms Take a Flip
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Datacenter Use Gets Boost
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Pain of MCU Software Development Stings Without a Process
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Slashing Costs in 3D IC Wafer Process
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Automated Face Analysis Gets Real
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Micron claims first high-volume production of PCM
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Toyota Suddenly Accelerates Fuel-Cell Race
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Qualcomm Drives LTE-A to 5 GHz
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As data rates begin to move beyond 25 Gbps channels, new problems arise. Getting to 50 Gbps channels might not be possible with the traditional NRZ (2-level) signaling. PAM4 lets data rates double with only a small increase in channel bandwidth by sending two bits per symbol. But, it brings new measurement and analysis problems. Signal integrity sage Ransom Stephens will explain how PAM4 differs from NRZ and what to expect in design, measurement, and signal analysis.

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