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Performing Extreme AI Analog Compute Sans Semiconductors

Generally speaking, I tend to duck when someone lobs a business-related press release in my direction. Call me a techno-weenie if you will, but I really don’t care to learn that Company A has been pondering the possibility of potentially signing a letter of intent with Company B to establish a framework within which to commence discussions about the prospect of collaborating on some vaguely … Read More → "Performing Extreme AI Analog Compute Sans Semiconductors"

Introducing SafeConnect Connectivity and Glitch Sign-Off from Real Intent

Sometimes I cast my mind back longingly to my early days as a design engineer when things were so much simpler than they are now. When I was working on my first ASIC, there was no thought of using functional blocks of intellectual property (IP) from third-party vendors because there were no such things as functional blocks of IP from third-party vendors.

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Johnson RF Connectivity Solutions — Cinch and Mouser Electronics  The growing need for remote patient monitoring and wireless connectivity has made RF in medicine applications more important than ever before. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Ketan Thakkar from Cinch Connectivity Solutions about the growing trends in medicine today that are encouraging the use of RF, why higher frequency, … Read More → "Johnson RF Connectivity Solutions — Cinch and Mouser Electronics"
Beyond the SOT23: The Future of Smaller Packages — Nexperia and Mouser Electronics   There is a mega-trend throughout electronic engineering that is pushing us toward smaller and smaller components and printed circuit boards. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Tom Wolf from Nexperia and Amelia Dalton explore the benefits of a smaller package size for the SOT23. They investigate how new package sizes for this SMD … Read More → "Beyond the SOT23: The Future of Smaller Packages — Nexperia and Mouser Electronics"
Power Conversion for Home Health Care — CUI Inc and Mouser Electronics  Did you know that the global home medical equipment market is projected to reach over fifty-five billion dollars by 2030? In this episode of Chalk Talk, Bruce Rose from CUI Inc and Amelia Dalton explore the various safety certifications and regulations needed for home health care designs. They also examine the roles that temperature, … Read More → "Power Conversion for Home Health Care — CUI Inc and Mouser Electronics"
Chipageddon: What’s Happening, Why It’s Happening and When Will It End — Digi & Mouser Electronics  Semiconductors are an integral part of our design lives, but supply chain issues continue to upset our design processes. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Ronald Singh from DIGI and Amelia Dalton investigate the variety of reasons behind today’s semiconductor supply chain woes. They also take a closer look at how a system-on-module approach … Read More → "Chipageddon: What’s Happening, Why It’s Happening and When Will It End — Digi & Mouser Electronics"
Key Elements of Indoor Air Quality: Why Do They Matter and Why Do We Detect Them? Sensirion and Mouser Electronics   Measuring indoor air pollution is a valuable tool to monitor our health and productivity. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton and Timothy Kennedy from Sensirion discuss the what, how, and why of indoor air quality testing and how the all in one air quality sensor called Sen5X from Sensirion can make … Read More → "Key Elements of Indoor Air Quality: Why Do They Matter and Why Do We Detect Them? Sensirion and Mouser Electronics"
Medical Grade Temperature Sensing with the World’s Smallest Surface Mount FIR Temperature IC — Mouser Electronics and Melexis  Temperature sensing has come a very long way in recent years. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Doug Gates from Melexis about the latest innovation in medical grade temperature sensing. They take a closer look at the different kinds of applications that can use this kind of sensing technology, the … Read More → "Medical Grade Temperature Sensing with the World’s Smallest Surface Mount FIR Temperature IC — Mouser Electronics and Melexis"