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  • Keeping the FCC and Open Source Happy

    eejournal.com 25 Jul '16, 2pm

    “Describe how any software/firmware update will be obtained, downloaded, and installed. Software that is accessed through manufacturer’s website or device’s management system, must describe the different levels of security.” “Describe all the radio frequency parameters that are modifi...

  • Robots A Go-Go!

    Robots A Go-Go!

    eejournal.com 09 Sep '16, 8pm

    Robotics is the name of the game in this week’s episode of Fish Fry. Allan Martinson (COO - Starship Technologies) introduces us to a new robotic delivery system coming to a city near you! Allan and I discuss the details of Starship’s autonomous 6-wheeled robotic vehicles, how embedde...

  • Processing Parallel Worlds

    eejournal.com 26 Jul '16, 1pm

    Swarm doesn’t care. It’s designed to keep most or all of its 64 CPU cores busy, no matter what they have to do, even if it means speculatively executing some tasks and throwing away the results. It’s all about work, work, work, and worry about the outcome later. In MIT’s simulations, ...

  • Today's Featured Blog from @XilinxInc is about FPGA-based systems in battery-powered vehicles:

    EE Journal :: Featured Blogs, Videos, and Chalk Talks from Xilinx

    eejournal.com 23 Jul '16, 5pm

    Need to mate an NVMe SSD to your FPGA or Zynq SoC without solder? Opsero’s FPGA Drive to the rescue July 21st Opsero Electronic Design’s FPGA Drive cleverly allows you to connect an M.2 NVMe SSD to an FPGA dev board using a PCIe or FMC connection. A picture is worth 100 words in a blo...

  • Custom Silicon for Makers

    eejournal.com 11 Aug '16, 2pm

    The one thing that hasn’t been made available to Makers, however, is easy access to custom silicon. And Makers aren’t the only ones being left out. As silicon moves to ever-more-aggressive nodes, transistor cost is no longer scaling. The cost of implementation, on the other hand, is s...

  • Ansys’s Big Data Platform

    eejournal.com 05 Jul '16, 3pm

    We can reduce this by calculating the average on each row and then calculating an overall result from the partial averages. The trick here is that, because of the unequal sets, you need to return not just the partial averages, but also the number of data points that created the averag...

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  • The Amalgamation Situation

    eejournal.com 21 Jun '16, 6pm

    Keep innovation in your back pocket and the end game in your sights at all times. This race is ride or die. The data center waits for no one. Mark Papermaster (CTO - AMD) joins Fish Fry this week to discuss the complex chip competition in the data center market, why open ecosystems ar...

  • Ansys’s Big Data Platform

    eejournal.com 07 Jul '16, 7am

    OK, those examples were ridiculously trivial as compared to anything really being done in EDA. But the concepts hold. This is what Ansys is setting up for their tools with their SeaScape Big Data platform. It’s not a product per se, although they have announced SeaHawk, a new chip/pac...

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