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As you may recall, a few weeks ago I created a little Arduino-based prototype board that flashed the message "Hello World" in Morse code (see my column The Best Way to ...

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Analog Is More Important Than Digital: Scientific Proof
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My first job out of college was testing and debugging control loading systems on flight simulators for 747 and the "new" 767 airliners. In the late 1970s, the control loop ...

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NSA Acknowledges Quantum Computing Threat
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On August 11th, the National Security Agency (NSA) announced their preliminary plans for transitioning to quantum resistant algorithms and away from the Suite B ...

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Microchip's New PIC16F18877s: Peripherals Are Central
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Ever-innovative Microchip has a couple of new families of 8-bit microcontrollers. The CPUs remain about the same as in the rest of the PIC16 family, but the peripherals ...

Martin Rowe

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Friday Quiz: Oscilloscopes, Part 2
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This week, we continue with five more questions from an oscilloscope challenge, originally published in Test & Measurement World in 2008 and 2009. I don't expect these ...

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Game Card Rides DRAM Stack
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AMD made a breakthrough with their Graphics core Next (GCN) architecture when they brought it out in late 2013. It proved to a viable, scalable, and enduring design which ...

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