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  • The Future is Verified

    eejournal.com 24 Feb '17, 5pm

    Design verification is front and center in this week's episode of Fish Fry. Dennis Brophy, General Chair of DVCon, gives us a special sneak peek into the Design Verification Conference and Expo taking place next week in San Jose, California. Please join me as Dennis and I explore the ...

  • Radio FPGA!

    eejournal.com 21 Feb '17, 4pm

    Of course, 5G radios are not the only potential use for RFSoCs. There is a wide spectrum of applications that can benefit from integrated RF-quality analog on an MPSoC with FPGA fabric and programmability. But, market-wise, 5G deployment is obviously a huge opportunity for Xilinx. Xil...

  • Making COTS Real

    eejournal.com 01 Feb '17, 11am

    This year, a clear theme of the conference was the continuing migration of the industry into the newer, more robust VPX. VPX is a well-conceived standard that does an excellent job of integrating the numerous complex, high-speed, high-reliability interfaces that are rapidly proliferat...

  • Realizing Your Silicon Dreams in the Age of Big Data

    eejournal.com 04 Feb '17, 8pm

    Some of us dream that we can fly. Some of us dream that we’re swimming in an endless ocean. Some of us dream we’re in high school again and can’t remember the combination to our locker or how to get to seventh period math class. In this week's episode of Fish Fry, we're talking about ...

  • “Swimming in Sensors, Drowning in Data”

    eejournal.com 07 Feb '17, 9pm

    As is often the case, the system design challenges faced by the defense industry were harbingers of issues to come for the rest of us. In 2010 Lt. Gen. David A. Deptula, Air Force deputy chief of staff for intelligence, was quoted as saying, “We’re going to find ourselves, in the not ...

  • Rock & Roll Engineering

    eejournal.com 01 Feb '17, 5pm

    So what about I3C’s power profile? MIPI Alliance alleges that it’s more power-efficient than either I2 C or SPI, in part because it doesn’t always need those pullup resistors. In its high-speed modes, I3C supports conventional push-pull circuits, which makes for faster clock edges, hi...

  • Lidar Goes Aesthetic

    eejournal.com 09 Jan '17, 5pm

    One question came up at the MEMS conference regarding sensor interference. Picture all these cars rambling around, zapping each other with light beams like so many light sabers. How do you distinguish your own lidar backsplash from the light (direct or reflected) from someone else’s l...

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  • Security and Safety

    eejournal.com 22 Dec '16, 3pm

    Security and Safety: they would seem to be separate system considerations. Security is the flavor of the year, with everyone belatedly signing on to its importance (even as Yahoo announces another BILLION accounts hacked). Safety, on the other hand, is generally relegated as an issue ...

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