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Challenged By FinFETs

We've seen some FinFET challenges that Ansys's Redhawk deals with; are there others as well?

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John Oliver’s net neutrality rant crashes FCC servers

The number of core factual errors in this guys rants leave the viewers more miss-informed than I would have thought possible.

First he frames wireline as industry created monopoly, when in fact it's a regulatory created monopoly. EVERY city government …

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Dawn of a new Ara

The modular construction approach offers up some additional interesting possibilities for what your phone can potentially 'plug-into'. Imagine an extruded Ara module form-factor receiver built into a front panel of a larger device. Release a spare modul…

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Stuck in (Net) Neutral(ity)

jroza1, most small ISP operations only have a single provider, so we do not have the ability to externally force streaming traffic to one provider/circuit, and all other traffic to another that is more lightly loaded. When 8 bonded T1 connections from Lev…

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Aiming Wireless Power

Hatem - Thanks for the clarification on "trickling." I had always thought of "trickling" in a more qualitative way, where systems more or less stay charged or never reach much of a discharge level due to constant input. As contrasted with the charge-disch…

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Pssst…

Are you incorporating beacons into any systems? If so, what kind, and what are you using them for?

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Hardware Emulation: The Clash of The Titans

Lauro Rizzatti has provided a run-down on the emulator world. How does it correlate with your view?

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EDA for DSA

From what I've seen, one of the applications of the "line" flavor (as opposed to "hole" flavor, which we looked at here) is to define the fins. In other words, a long line would be built (or, realistically, a set of lines for multiple fins) and then cuts …

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Who Uses Power-Over-Ethernet?

Most, if not all, WISP operations extensively use PoE radios everywhere. Motorola Canopy, Mikrotik, and Ubiquiti radios are nearly all PoE. Some are fully standards compliant PoE, and others proprietary, which is certainly confusing at times.

The reaso…

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Mass to Maker

FPGAs and development boards like Raspberry Pi and ARM's embed are capable of liberating creativity by reducing the barriers between the idea and its implementation. If we are lucky the next few years should see an explosion of "Gosh I wish I had thought …

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