Way back in the mists of time, when I was bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, as I penned the first words in this quest to explore the topic of switch bounce and debounce, I actually thought it would take only one, perhaps two, columns. Sad to relate, as the days grew into weeks and the weeks grew into months, I grew into a much sadder and wiser man.
Babe, You Must be a Neuron,
Cause You’ve Got Some Action Potential – Author Unknown
In this week’s podcast we are talking about next generation optics, signal integrity, the Internet of Neuroelectronics, and a whole lot more! To start things off, we take a closer look at how a team of researchers have enabled the communication between biological neurons and … Read More → "Optical Communications and the Internet of Neuroelectronics"
In a recent Cool Beans column — What the FAQ are the IoT, IIoT, IoHT, and AIoT? – I introduced the concepts of the cloud, the fog, … Read More → "What the FAQ is the Edge vs. the Far Edge?"
There are many roads to prosperity, but one must be taken. Inaction leads nowhere. – Robert Zoellick
Security is not implemented overnight. Standards don’t create themselves. And our design lives won’t get easier if security and standards aren’t addressed at every step of the game. In this week’s podcast, Brent Sherman (Intel), Adam Sherer (Cadence) and I chat about the challenges of … Read More → "Plotting a Course to Functional Safety"
The Internet of Things takes center stage in this week’s episode of Fish Fry. First up, we investigate a new sensor platform developed at Stanford University called BodyNet and how this new device can track both the pulse and rate of respiration by detecting the expansion and contraction of skin. Also this week, Mark Milligan and I discuss the future of the internet of things and how the … Read More → "The Internet of Many Things"