Nicolas G. Chantier

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ESIstream protocol presentation v1.1.A1

ESIstream is an Open high efficiency serial interface protocol based on 14b/16b encoding.<p>Its main benefits are high data rate efficiency, low data overheads and ease of hardware implementation.

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<i>ESIstream is an important step to simplify the</i> <i>interface between serial-I/O ADCs/DACs and logic devices, and I look forward to the evolution of this</i></i> …

ESIstream official homepage

ESIstream is an Open and efficient 14b/16b serial data transmission protocol.<p>it is proposed by e2v, but it is not proprietary, it is an Open protocol.<p>…

Protocol Presentation

The official homepage of ESIstream. ESIstream is an Open high efficiency serial interface protocol based on 14b/16b encoding. Its main benefits are …

5 Ways To Measure The Emotional Intelligence Of Your Boss

If you’re interviewing for a new position, pay attention to these tips and help identify if a potential manager is a good leader.<p>Research has shown us that more than 90% of top leadership performers have a high amount of emotional intelligence or EI. The higher up the ladder that leaders are, the …

Women in Engineering Summit to encourage girls into industry

Teen girls with an interest in engineering are being courted by industry as part of a pitch towards greater diversity in the still-male dominated …

For Mighty Girl inspiration to start your week off right, Julia Child's wise advice applies not just in cooking but in life: "The only real stumbling block is fear of failure. In cooking you've got to have a what-the-hell attitude.” Julia Child, an American chef, author, and television personality, was famous for her wit, her height, and especially her culinary prowess and, even today, she remains the gold standard model for kitchen adventures. Child, who did not learn to cook until she was in her thirties, once confided to her sister-in-law: “Really, the more I cook the more I like to cook. To think it has taken me 40 yrs. To find my true passion (cat and husb. excepted).” She became co-author of "Mastering the Art of French Cooking," the legendary volumes that introduced American audiences to French cuisine. "The French Chef" PBS television series followed, making Julia Child a household name and presence. Two wonderful books about her life for young readers were recently published. "Bon Appétit! The Delicious Life of Julia Child" is a highly illustrated biography that is more graphic novel than picture book and, thus, suitable for older readers ages 7 - 12: Younger readers, ages 3 to 8, will enjoy "Minette's Feast: The Delicious Story of Julia Child and Her Cat" at For more Mighty Girl stories celebrating cooking, visit our "Food & Cooking" section at For a variety of culinary materials to engage your young chef, check out our “Pretend Play Cooking” section at And, for stories starring girls and women who keep going even in the face of failure or other types of adversity, visit our "Resiliency" section at

¡Felicidades a Marta Pérez-Aranda, primera mujer comandante de Airbus 340, que esta madrugada ha realizado su primer vuelo a Sao Paulo! Enhorabuena y muchos vuelos :)

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Satcoms in action: a robust portable device for monitoring vital signs and providing communications for medics developed with the support of ESA offers a lifeline even in the remotest areas on Earth. More at

Russian Journalist Detained for Raft Voyage in France

MOSCOW, January 12 (RIA Novosti) – A Russian journalist was detained by police in southwest France as he attempted to across the Atlantic on a …

Entrepreneurs Must Not Confuse Action With Results

Too many entrepreneurs confuse actions with momentum and results. We all know someone who repeatedly tells us how “busy” they are, when it’s hard to …

Ho visto questo grafico su La Nazione. Notate qualcosa di strano sul MoVimento 5 Stelle? Ecco la sconcertante verità: Non comprate più questo giornale!

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"If my face could only twist,<br>Then I could give my cheek a kiss<br>And whisper in my lovely ear,<br>'You're so beautiful, my dear,'<br>And look into my eyes and …

Today in Mighty Girl history, aviator Amelia Earhart became the first person to fly solo from Hawaii to the US mainland. Earhart took off from Honolulu, Hawaii on January 11, 1935 and landed the next day in Oakland, California. This transoceanic flight had been attempted by many others previously but Earhart, in her Vega 5B which she nicknamed "old Bessie," was the first to successfully make the journey. Her record-breaking 2,400 mile flight lasted 18 hours and she was met by a boisterous crowd of over 5,000 well-wishers at the Oakland Airport upon landing. There are numerous excellent books for young readers about this trailblazing aviator's fascinating life, including "Night Flight," "Sky Pioneer," and "Rebel in a Dress." To view all of our Amelia Earhart book recommendations, which are sortable by recommended reading age, as well as a wonderful doll & biography set and costumes, visit our "Amelia Earhart Collection" at To learn more about Earhart's fascinating life story, check out our tribute blog post honoring this true pioneer whose courage, intellect, and skill has inspired generations of girls to pursue their dreams -- "Flying Solo: A Mighty Girl Salutes Amelia Earhart" at For more stories of female aviators, visit our “Plane / Flight” section at If your Mighty Girl is curious to learn more about the science behind flight, there are a number of toys which explore flight and mechanical engineering in our “Engineering / Technology” section at

Death To The Open Office Floor Plan!

This week the <i>New Yorker</i>‘s Maria Konnikova methodically broke down the reasons open offices destroy productivity. Namely, they’re too noisy or too …