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Carey Robertson, Mentor Graphics

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Extraction Challenges Grow in Advanced Nanometer IC Design
Carey Robertson, Mentor Graphics
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Innovative new process features such as FinFET transistors require a significant increase in the accuracy of parasitic extraction — the creation of an accurate ...

Ian Chen, Freescale Semiconductor

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Sensor Data Analytics -- Unlocking Value in 'Big Data'
Ian Chen, Freescale Semiconductor
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“Big data” analytics continues to gather massive amounts of attention and investment across the business spectrum. 

Rick Merritt

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Intel/Qualcomm: The Last Big Move
Rick Merritt
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The glorious, storied semiconductor industry has many more moves to play. But for the foreseeable future yesterday’s news about the new Broadcom reminds us that ...

Martin Rowe

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Friday Quiz: Data Communications
Martin Rowe
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Data communications is more than just getting bits reliably from one end of a transmission medium to another. Bits need to be organized so that data arrives intact at its ...

John Teel, Teel Engineering

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Thank You, Albert Einstein for GPS
John Teel, Teel Engineering
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I'm a huge fan of Albert Einstein. As many physicists will agree his theories are the most pure expression of genius in the history of humankind.

Bill Schweber

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Can Analog Circuits Inspire Budding Engineers?
Bill Schweber
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Let's face it: when most students looking think about what "electrical" engineers work on — to the extent they do so at all — they think software, programming, ...

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