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September 24, 2018

 

EE Journal’s Live Coverage of World Maker Faire 2018

by Larra Morris

Our EE Journal Team went to World Maker Faire 2018!

World Maker Faire New York returned for it’s 9th year at the New York Hall of Science and we were there to cover all the invention, creativity, curiosity and hands-on learning the Faire had to offer.

This year’s World Maker Faire will featured more than 800 projects and multiple stages focused on making for social good, health, food and technology, as well as the latest developments in microelectronics, 3D printing, food, drones, robotics, and more. 

We’ve collected all our tweets covering the 2018 Faire so that you can catch up on our coverage:

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Moore’s Law Only Ends Once
A New Silicon Experience with SiFive
by Amelia Dalton
0.6V, and Still the Memory Persisted
Near-Threshold, Low-Voltage, Low-Power SRAM for IoT SoC Design
by Steven Leibson
The Librarian, the Engineer, and the Supermodel
EMA Design Automation Solves a Problem Every PCB designer Has
by Jim Turley
Plunify Cloud-powers Xilinx
On-Demand Design Tools for the Win
by Kevin Morris

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Cadence
Sep 21, 2018
在这我们谈论的不是您的叠层设计跟其他人比怎么样,而是您设计的 PCB 层叠结构,是刚性板、柔性板、刚...

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EE Journal Editors Blog
Sep 21, 2018
  FPGA luminary David Laws has just published a well-researched blog on the Computer History Museum'€™s Web site titled '€œWho invented the Microprocessor?'€ If you'€™re wildly waving your raised hand right now, going '€œOoo, Ooo, Ooo, Call on me!'€ to get ...

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EMA Design Automation
Sep 20, 2018
Last week, NVIDIA announced the release of the Jetson Xavier developer kit. The Jetson Xavier, which was developed in OrCAD, is designed to help developers prototype with robots, drones, and other......

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Samtec, Inc.
Sep 18, 2018
Samtec performs several tests in-house as part of our qualification testing on a product series; including Low Level Contact Resistance (LLCR). It measures the amount of resistance in a position on a part. LLCR is used in combination with several other tests to track the over...

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Sony can keep its plastic dog, this robotic raptor is the perfect pet

Jaguar Land Rover gives self-driving cars googly eyes to put pedestrians at ease

3D ‘microbatteries’ that could power ultra-low energy wearables

Here’s how 3D printing could help save us from trade wars

Engineers develop computerized camera without optics that uses an ordinary window as the lens

Body modded cyborg demonstrates how RFID and NFC Chips implanted in his hands allow him to live a key-free life

Where’s Waldo? This robot knows

What will quantum computer games really be like?

Rolling robots 3D print a bridge, inching their way along as they lay it

AI will try to paint what you tell it to, but be prepared for surreal horrers

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September 21, 2018

Redpine’s QueSSence, Now at Mouser, Combines AI and Edge IoT in Secure Platform

Mercury Systems Announces Defense Industry’s First Military-Grade DDR4 Devices in High-Volume Production

New 5-slot OpenVPX Rackmount Chassis Features Conduction-Cooled Card Guides

Newark element14 Accelerates AI Design with the Availability of the Ultra96™ Development Board

Fujitsu’s New AI Technology “Wide Learning” Enables Highly Precise Learning Even from Imbalanced Data Sets

Express Logic’s X-Ware IoT Platform® Brings Industrial-Grade IoT Device Security and Safety to the Microchip SAM L11 Microcontrollers

Silicon Labs’ Wireless Xpress Modules Deliver Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Connectivity with Zero Programming

September 20, 2018

VadaTech Announces new One Slot 6U VPX Benchtop Development Chassis with RTM

Industry’s first 200-W and 100-W USB Type-C™ and USB Power Delivery controllers with fully integrated power paths simplify designs

 
 

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High-Performance NVMe Solution with Synopsys and EpoStar

Sponsored by Synopsys

This interview video shows how designers can deliver robust and reliable SSDs with Synopsys’ DesignWare Endpoint Controller IP for PCI Express and EpoStar’s NVMe controller. The solutions interoperate to deliver a flexible NVMe solution that allows high throughput at full line rates and optimized traffic for highest performance.

Click here to learn more.

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Meet DARWIN: A New Breed of Low-Power IoT MCUs

Sponsored by Maxim Integrated

Smarter. Leaner. Tougher. DARWIN MCUs are built to thrive in the evolving IoT. This new breed of IoT MCU combines Maxim’s wearable-grade power technology with the biggest embedded memories in their class and some of the most advanced embedded security in the world. Watch this video to learn how DARWIN MCUs can help you succeed in the fast-moving IoT market.

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HAPS-80 Desktop Prototyping Solution

Sponsored by Synopsys

High-performance FPGA-based prototyping has moved to the desktop. Validation of hardware and software interoperability can now be much more convenient and productive. HAPS 80D from Synopsys delivers a complete hardware and software prototyping solution right to your desk. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Neil Songcuan of Synopsys about the capabilities of HAPS 80D.

Click here for more information about the HAPS-80 Desktop Prototyping Solution from Synopsys.

Power Supply Trends & USB-C Cable Protection — Mouser Electronics and Littelfuse

   With power capabilities of up to 100W, USB Type-C requires sophisticated protection for cables. These high performance cables and connectors create numerous challenges for protection. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Todd Phillips from Littelfuse about the ins and outs of USB Type-C, and the best techniques for cable … Read More → "Power Supply Trends & USB-C Cable Protection — Mouser Electronics and Littelfuse"

NXP Touch Solution for Mechanical Button Replacement — Mouser Electronics and NXP

   Many of today’s systems demand touchscreen technology. If you want to integrate touch into your next design, you should watch this episode of Chalk Talk. Amelia Dalton interviews Clark Jarvis from NXP about trends and solutions in the touch revolution and getting started with the NXP Touch Solution. Click here for more information … Read More → "NXP Touch Solution for Mechanical Button Replacement — Mouser Electronics and NXP"

The 32-Bit Difference: How to Future Proof Your Next Design — Mouser Electronics and NXP

  Future-proofing your embedded design can be a daunting challenge. With the wide variety of microcontrollers available today, it can be tricky to choose one that will meet the full lifecycle demands of your product. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Brendon Slade from NXP about future-proofing your design with the … Read More → "The 32-Bit Difference: How to Future Proof Your Next Design — Mouser Electronics and NXP"

Secure Communications Microcontrollers – NXP and Mouser Electronics

  We all expect our microcontroller to have robust security features. But, it’s tough to find an MCU that meets all your design goals and incorporates security into every building block of your design. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Brian Carlson from NXP about the MPC574 microcontroller family, which packs … Read More → "Secure Communications Microcontrollers – NXP and Mouser Electronics"

Enabling Energy-efficient IoT Solutions — Mouser Electronics and ON Semiconductor

   Choosing connectivity solutions for power-sensitive IoT applications can be a tricky process. There are numerous options available, and a host of trade offs to consider in finding a setup that meets your system design goals. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Pavan Mulabagal of ON Semiconductor about energy-efficient IoT … Read More → "Enabling Energy-efficient IoT Solutions — Mouser Electronics and ON Semiconductor"

HAPS-80 Desktop Prototyping Solution

   High-performance FPGA-based prototyping has moved to the desktop. Validation of hardware and software interoperability can now be much more convenient and productive. HAPS 80D from Synopsys delivers a complete hardware and software prototyping solution right to your desk. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Neil Songcuan of Synopsys about the … Read More → "HAPS-80 Desktop Prototyping Solution"


 
The Librarian, the Engineer, and the Supermodel
There are a number of ways to use Ultra Librarian. To get free access to the library, you can visit UltraLibrarian.com, enter your part number, and do a model search. This will provide the ability to download the symbol, footprint, and 3D model in your CAD format for free. ...

posted by GregR on Sep 20 at 12:57pm

 
 
The Librarian, the Engineer, and the Supermodel
Hi Jim, Thanks for the article. Please note Ultra Librarian is not free! It costs at least 500$ for single users.

posted by Tarik on Sep 20 at 12:24am

 
 
Plunify Cloud-powers Xilinx
Always an honor to be featured here - thank you. The choice of "AI Lab" as the name of our online development environment was meant to depict the Rise of the Machines and how Skynet was going to take over th- ... oops, not really. It came out of a laboratory ...

posted by harnhua on Sep 18 at 5:42pm

 
 
High Bandwidth, Modest Capacity
Doomed as an approach; it's a long-term side effect of splitting the Silicon processes for CPUs and memory (DRAM). The reason they need more bandwidth is that communication is usually a dimension down from storage, i.e. storage is over the area of the chip (2D) but communication is usually ...

posted by Kev on Sep 17 at 7:57pm

 
 
 
 
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