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Comment: Myth #1 - Kevin Neilson - 7/27/2015
Comment: Re: Bell Labs - Kevin Neilson - 7/24/2015
Comment: Re: Bell Labs - Kevin Neilson - 7/23/2015
Comment: Bell Labs - Kevin Neilson - 7/23/2015
Comment: Re: google bus - Kevin Neilson - 6/26/2015
Comment: Woz - Kevin Neilson - 6/25/2015
Comment: Re: No Mystery - Kevin Neilson - 6/24/2015
Comment: Re: No Mystery - Kevin Neilson - 6/24/2015
Comment: No Mystery - Kevin Neilson - 6/24/2015
Comment: BBT - Kevin Neilson - 6/17/2015
Comment: In the lab - Kevin Neilson - 6/11/2015
Comment: No Shortages - Kevin Neilson - 6/8/2015
Comment: C=B*log2(1+s/n) - Kevin Neilson - 5/19/2015
Comment: Euro Salaries - Kevin Neilson - 3/23/2015
Comment: Chicago? - Kevin Neilson - 3/23/2015
Comment: Re: Mortal Moto - Kevin Neilson - 2/18/2015
Comment: Re: Mortal Moto - Kevin Neilson - 2/17/2015
Comment: Before the Fall - Kevin Neilson - 2/17/2015
Comment: Yugo - Kevin Neilson - 2/3/2015
Comment: What is it? - Kevin Neilson - 1/1/2015
Comment: TMR - Kevin Neilson - 10/18/2014
Comment: Hamming FSM - Kevin Neilson - 10/17/2014
Comment: GTKWave - Kevin Neilson - 9/10/2014
Comment: Verilog - Kevin Neilson - 8/19/2014
Comment: MIMO - Kevin Neilson - 8/5/2014
Comment: FFT - Kevin Neilson - 7/30/2014
Comment: Attenuation - Kevin Neilson - 7/30/2014
Comment: Re: ISM band - Kevin Neilson - 7/28/2014
Comment: 90% - Kevin Neilson - 7/12/2014
Comment: Octave is Great - anon8464524 - 6/21/2014
Comment: Re: Undergrad? - anon8464524 - 6/10/2014
Comment: Re: Undergrad? - anon8464524 - 6/9/2014
Comment: Undergrad? - anon8464524 - 6/9/2014
Comment: Applesoft - anon8464524 - 5/8/2014
Comment: Recommended - anon8464524 - 4/18/2014
Comment: Re: Tuition - anon8464524 - 2/25/2014
Comment: Tuition - anon8464524 - 2/25/2014
Comment: Re: Dubious Source - Kevin N - 7/11/2013
Comment: Genesis - Kevin N - 7/11/2013
Comment: re: Code: The good and the ugly - 6/20/2013
Comment: re: MEMS and Concussions - 2/13/2013
Comment: re: Telecom's messiest wiring? - 12/11/2012
Comment: re: Heartbeat to power pacemakers - 11/25/2012


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IoT Network Shoot Out
July 16, 1pm EDT Thursday

Replay available now: A handful of emerging network technologies are competing to be the preferred wide-area connection for the Internet of Things. All claim lower costs and power use than cellular but none have wide deployment yet. Listen in as proponents of leading contenders make their case to be the metro or national IoT network of the future. Rick Merritt, EE Times Silicon Valley Bureau Chief, moderators this discussion. Join in and ask his guests questions.

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