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DIY Clocks

Interesting example of how a sloppy Q factor can actually be useful.

For those situations where the low Q factor in MEMS isn't so useful (and there are many examples of that) - Crystal is still the answer.

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Verifying Your Awesomeness

I would ask the question: what is it that you are verifying?

Digital stuff is all representable as FSMs and it should be possible to make that run fast in simulation and formally verify that the implementation is correct. However, there are lots of ana…

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2014 Letdown

Mike
Just shows I have probably been around too long. I meant to type ST. But the back of my mind was SGS Thomson. How long ago did they change the name? Just checked- only 17 years ago

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EDA for SETs

What do you think of this algorithmic approach to fitting logic into single-electron transistor fabrics?

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Calypto Refreshes HLS

One other thought: I'll be moderating a SystemC panel at DVcon on 3/4; perhaps we'll learn more from that discussion.

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Audio-Grade Bits!

I, too, hope our readers know what to do.

Oh my!

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Nav Grade Goes MEMS

What do you think about sensors for a paltry #15,000?

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Driver’s Ed for FPGAs

It helps that Altera has worked with TÜV Rheinland to gain IEC 61508 safety certification for devices, IP, development tools, and design flow - giving them a flying start on safety.

But I still have my doubts about roads full of driverless cars.

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Architecture Matters: Three Architectural Insights for SoC FPGAs

The "memory performance" comparison in that whitepaper was most likely produced by running an outdated kernel configured with background processes for the "red" line. It also employed faulty analysis on a benchmark that they apparently didn't understand.

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