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A Little Extra Power on the Side

With a Little Guy Trying to Exert Some Power of His Own

by Bryon Moyer

It was a bit after 5, right around time to go home. Which, of course, has nothing to do with the time when people actually go home in Silicon Valley.

Except this one particular day.

It was Loma Prieta day. The earthquake that interrupted the World Series. I seem to recall finding myself under my desk, trying to grip the carpet to keep from going airborne due to the shaking. Books tumbled from my bookcase onto the chair where I had been sitting seconds before. This one was definitely different.  Read More


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Nanoparticle Resists

Posted on 05/23/16 at 4:24 PM by 7nmhangup

2 nm nanoparticles in resists are considered defects not just roughness. Inpria looks closest.

Nanoparticle Resists

Posted on 05/23/16 at 10:56 AM by bmoyer

bmoyer
What do you think of the nanoparticle-resist concept?

Collaboration Between OPC UA and DDS

Posted on 05/16/16 at 10:46 AM by bmoyer

bmoyer
How do you view the distinction between the OPC UA and DDS IoT protocols?

FPGAs for the Masses?

Posted on 05/14/16 at 1:31 PM by alvieboy

"The promise of creating hardware without hardware engineers has been a holy grail for some for many years."

This is similar to the current holy grail of creating software without software engineers. The quality lowered, the software deployment size in…

TI’s 65-V micro-power buck converters feature industry’s lowest quiescent current

Posted on 05/11/16 at 3:08 AM by Huongque93

I don’t believe that we currently actually even understand the full potential of the smart home because we haven’t given developers a means to build apps atop all of the hardware in a home. And the sooner we settle on a robust protocol, the quicker we’ll …

Analog Spring

Posted on 05/09/16 at 10:48 AM by bmoyer

bmoyer
What do you think of Cadence's and Synopsys's analog announcements?

Is the Consumer IoT Happening?

Posted on 05/02/16 at 10:39 AM by bmoyer

bmoyer
What are you seeing with respect to consumer IoT adoption?

Designing for Directed Self-Assembly

Posted on 04/25/16 at 11:15 AM by bmoyer

bmoyer
What do you think about how DSA fits into the design flow?

NASA puts nationwide traffic control system for drones to the test

Posted on 04/20/16 at 8:54 PM by SteveNordquis4

SteveNordquis4
A source for Gizmag was http://www.nasa.gov/release/ames/nasa-invites-media-to-watch-faa-test-sites-fly-24-drones-testing-air-traffic-management which is a same-day invite for media to watch one of the 7 test sites at 5pm on the 18th?...nope, 19th-21st we…

Little 3D printed flower vases for your bicycle

Posted on 04/20/16 at 8:37 PM by SteveNordquis4

SteveNordquis4
Put them on a nice pole the rider can carry on a shoulder or a crutch pole, and there ya go; more spillproof than 2 saddlebags worth of floral potting gel.

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