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  • Cracking a WALNUT

    eejournal.com 17 Apr '17, 4pm

    To be clear, it doesn’t appear that a random hacker could pick up any old phone and immediately start an attack like this. It takes a fair bit of work to figure out, for a given brand of system and accelerometer, what the clipping response is and what the sampling and resonant frequen...

  • Magnitudes of Mystery

    eejournal.com 18 Apr '17, 3pm

    Most EDA technology - and much of the IP that goes with it - comes from three medium-sized companies: Synopsys, Cadence, and Mentor. The software sold by these three organizations designs and verifies most of the chips made on earth. Throw in IP from ARM, and you account for most of t...

  • What’s the Bandwidth of a FedEx Truck?

    eejournal.com 12 Apr '17, 3pm

    Once Snowmobile does its Vulcan mind-meld with your system, it can suck data out at the rate of 1 Tbps, filling the truck in 10 days. How much data fits in 45 feet? One hundred petabytes, says Amazon. That’s 1% of an exabyte. Got more than 100 petabytes to transport? No problem; multi...

  • Industry 4.0: The Future of Manufacturing?

    eejournal.com 30 Mar '17, 3pm

    A collaborator with Bosch on Industry 4.0 work is Fabmatics, a specialist in material-handling automation for semiconductor plants. Their presentation looked at automating an existing 200mm fab. 200mm fabs are experiencing a renaissance, according to SEMI, with demand continuing to gr...

  • Teaching Machines to See

    eejournal.com 14 Mar '17, 4pm

    reVISION, announced this week, is a stack - a set of tools, interfaces, and IP - designed to let embedded vision application developers start in their own familiar sandbox (OpenVX for vision acceleration and Caffe for machine learning), smoothly navigate down through algorithm develop...

  • The Wild West of IoT

    eejournal.com 31 Mar '17, 3pm

    Break out your best show saddle and get those spurs on tight. A whole new paradigm is breaking on the horizon. Join us as Jim Beneke (Avnet) and I ride off into the sunset with our shadows stretched long across this wild and woolly EE landscape called the Internet of Things. We take a...

  • Shining Light through the Backside

    eejournal.com 27 Feb '17, 4pm

    OK, so that was the laser part – the first protagonist. The non-laser part is what can be made out of silicon, and, in this project, it consisted of adiabatic tapers to take the light and transition it into the silicon waveguide (the adiabatic thing, as far as I can tell, meaning that...

  • 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 ...

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