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Shasta Has a High Peak

<i>“Wagner’s music is better than it sounds.” – Mark Twain</i><p>They say seeing is believing. Speaking as a professional skeptic, I’ll withhold judgement …

Computer Hardware

Oil and Vinegar

Where will next decade’s innovation come from? Will it spring from secret labs buried deep in the bowels of multi-billion-dollar corporations? Will …

Internet of Things

PNI Turns Navigation, Kalman Upside Down

We’ve talked a lot about navigation in the past, especially as it relates to the <b>indoor version</b>, where you can’t rely on GPS. Well, PNI Sensor has …

Wearable Tech

Safety (and Security) First

featured blogs<p>Feb 22, 2018<p>As discussed in the previous installment of this blog, a new class of atomic transactions was introduced in the AMBA® 5 …

Home Appliances

Magnets Help the Harvest

Today we talk magnets. In particular, a couple of different ways magnets were shown to participate in energy harvesting schemes at last November’s …

Santa Clara

A Non-FinFET Path to 10 nm

It was the coolest transistor development in many a year. Rather than continually squishing transistor parts closer and closer together, we flipped …

Computer Science

The Business of the Impossible

There aren’t many industries where 15 units qualifies as “a big order.”<p>Battleships. Nuclear power plants. And EUV tools.<p>For the 14,000 employees at …

Nanotech

The Internet of Seeing Things

There is no question that the Internet of Things (IoT) is exploding. There are estimates that, in the near future, trillions of devices will be …

Internet of Things

Who Owns the IoT Gateway?

We spend a lot of effort talking about Internet of Things (IoT) edge nodes. Not only do they do the real work of the IoT, they must do so within …

Internet of Things

Follow the R&D Road

featured blogs<p>Feb 8, 2018<p>https://youtu.be/wwioFa3JGuc Coming from the Cadence basketball court (camera Sean) Monday: Advanced Packaging Needs …

Patents

What Would Spock Do?

You invent stuff. Your colleagues over there in the [fill in the blank] department invent stuff, too. Together, everyone in your company collaborates …

Eiffel Tower

YoT – the Year of Things

The song has been sung, the corks popped, the celebrations made, and the consequences endured. 2015 has ended, and we have plunged headlong into …

Internet of Things

A 1T (or 2T) SRAM Bit Cell

There are few semiconductor circuits as constant as the SRAM cell. Until now.<p>SRAM is important because it’s our fastest-performance memory tier – and …

Engineering

EDA: Expanding or Fading?

Those of you who have been with us a long time may well remember that our humble journal didn’t start out as EE Journal. In fact, it started as FPGA …

Bottom Up

Locked Up Tight

featured blogs<p>Feb 8, 2018<p>https://youtu.be/wwioFa3JGuc Coming from the Cadence basketball court (camera Sean) Monday: Advanced Packaging Needs …

Patents

Teaching a Doll to Swear and Other Stories

Is the Internet of Things (IoT) anything more than marketing hype – just a rebranding of M2M – or is it a force that will change the way in which …

Internet of Things

The Secret Secret to Secrets

<i>“Rage, rage against the dying of the light.” – Dylan Thomas</i><p>I’m no expert in computer security. But I know some people who are.<p>Crypto-weenies (as they …

IT security