The EE Journal team is at World Maker Faire right now!
We are live tweeting right here as we check out the over 750 maker projects at this year’s Faire at the New York Hall of Science in Queens. We’ll be looking at DIY electronics projects, A.I., 3D printers, drones, and more. Follow along … Read More → "EE Journal Live Coverage of NY World Maker Faire 2017"
Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to Amelia’s Weekly Fish Fry of course! What that chicken really needs is an invisible hazardous environmental factors monitoring system because we all know that winter is coming, right? Dianne Kibbey (element14) joins Fish Fry this week to talk about all of … Read More → "Safety Abounds"
Step right up! Who feels lucky? Find the money card and win! Moore’s Law is a fickle beast. After fifty years of consistent behavior, it seems the old Law has finally gone a bit off its rocker, and nowhere is that hitch in its git-along more pronounced than in the FPGA world. Now, figuring out who’s on which node first and what it means is like trying … Read More → "Intel Previews 10nm “Falcon Mesa” FPGAs"
I’m old enough to remember when Sun Microsystems was one of the cool up-and-coming companies in Silicon Valley. It had the best engineers, created the most innovations, and had the most constant “buzz” of any company around. Pizza boxes – both literal and figurative – were a badge of honor on your workbench. PCs were just for managers and their secretaries – real engineers had a workstation. And … Read More → "The Sun Also Sets"
Yes, more sensors. We covered new sensor developments earlier this year, based on papers from the ISSCC conference. But you know what? People didn’t stop developing sensors after that. I know – amazing, right? And, yes, as we’ve noted before, many announcements … Read More → "Yet More Sensors"
In the world of cutting-edge consumer electronics, audio user interfaces reign supreme. In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, we welcome Yipeng Liu from Cadence Design Systems. Yipeng and I discuss how the complexity of mobile codex sample rates is changing the consumer electronic design landscape, why automotive designs present a unique set of audio design challenges, and what lies ahead for the future of audio user interfaces. … Read More → "Audio is the New UI"