3/15/2011 7:17 PM EDT
S-parameters were king at this year's DesignCon, dominating many of the talks new products on display.
post comment 1 comment last comment ReneCardenas
Any idea on price ranges and models available for Lecroy and comparable devices?
2/21/2011 8:05 AM EST
Startup Wild River Technology introduced a novel "reconfigurable" backplane at DesignCon 2011.
2/10/2011 1:03 AM EST
After more than 70 years of manufacturing development and more than a hundred billion square feet of boards produced, what could possibility be new in printed circuit board technology?
1/18/2011 7:27 PM EST
Automated home health monitoring may finally become practical with the HealthTune 360 from Boston LifeLabs.
post comment 10 comments last comment eveperro
Anyway, I think that soon everyone will make some cheaper replica, that always happens with new ...
1/10/2011 8:27 PM EST
To feed the need for speed by telecommunications applications, the signal integrity performance of the interconnects has had to constantly improve. But there is a sea change occurring in the FPGA world that is changing this trend.
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I am Canadian, and never heard of Bit Error Ratio...always Bit Error Rate...maybe I am loosing my ...
1/3/2011 5:59 PM EST
When measuring signal noise, it's important to be selective and data mine the most important terms.
post comment 2 comments last comment ReneCardenas
Eric, Great analogy and use of great headline to catch our imagination. Well done.
11/18/2010 2:09 PM EST
An executive at Sanmina-SCI recently demonstrated to me that every aspect of the electronics industry all the way down to the printed circuit board. is wagged by two heads, user expectations and economic feasibility.
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@Lexk, great, thanx, what's you phone number?...perhaps you will be interested in showing your ...
10/5/2010 11:50 PM EDT
Applying the lessons of an historic engineering failure to the modern electronics product development.
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I agree with your comment Eric
9/3/2010 5:13 AM EDT
The bad news is that power distribution noise requirements will be getting more difficult to meet, but the really bad news is that the actual on-die power noise you currently have is probably much larger than you think.
post comment 6 comments last comment ReneCardenas
Rich, & Eric I enjoyed reading this article, but even more the play by play dissection of the ...