As I write this in early July, we are looking at the calendar of events and trade shows for this year, and there are few survivors. The Coronavirus pandemic of 2020 has seen almost all public events cancelled, from the Olympics to the Eurovision Song Contest. Less...
[From the last episode: We looked at the convolution that defines the CNNs that are so popular for machine vision applications.] This week we're going to do some more math, although, in this case, it won't be as obscure and bizarre as convolution ' and yet we will...
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Featured Chalk Talk
Bulk Acoustic Wave (BAW) Technology
Sponsored by Mouser Electronics and Texas Instruments
In industrial applications, crystals are not ideal for generating clock signal timing. They take up valuable PCB real-estate, and aren’t stable in harsh thermal and vibration environments. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Nick Smith from Texas Instruments about bulk acoustic wave (BAW) technology that offers an attractive alternative to crystals.