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Custom Corner Characterization for Optimal ASIC/SoC Designs
Naveen Narang & Venkata Krishna, Open-Silicon
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A typical corner (TT) is no longer typical for most applications in today's world. For that matter, standard PVT Corners (FF/TT/SS), generally, do not represent the exact ...

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Millimeter Wave Conference Highlights the Quest for Bandwidth
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Developments in millimeter wave technology serve as pointers (hidden treasure, perhaps) on the quest for radio frequency bandwidth. Whether it's 5G deployments, automotive ...

Ron Neale

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Enter the PCM-Neuron and Neural Computing
Ron Neale
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Although stochastic effects and drift in phase change memory (PCM) are problems for many conventional memory applications, for those trying to build brain-like functions, ...

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Do you remember the Tamagotchi? This is a small, handheld "virtual pet" that first leapt onto the scene in 1996. The underlying idea is that Tamagotchis are an alien ...

Mike Hertz & Dan Steinken, Teledyne LeCroy, Loren Dunn & Mark Maciejka, Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas

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Set Up Your Oscilloscope for ESD Measurements
Mike Hertz & Dan Steinken, Teledyne LeCroy, Loren Dunn & Mark Maciejka, Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas
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Automotive electronic components are designed to have, and are tested to determine, a certain level of immunity to ESD (electrostatic discharge). The tests address a ...

Brian Dipert

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Teardown: A Tiny Drone & Its Controller
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Latest-generation drones now cost around $1,000, if not more. Too rich for your blood? How about $100? Or how about ... $10? Seriously! Back in February, I picked up a ...

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