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Fish Fry 500: Amelia’s Favorite Episodes (Now on YouTube!)

Can you believe we are only a couple days away from the 500th episode of Amelia’s Weekly Fish Fry? This week I have a special playlist of my all-time favorite episodes for your listening pleasure. This collection covers a variety of intriguing topics including organic printed electronics, advancements in brain-hand communication, autonomous Indy cars, the world’s most advanced elephant tracking collar, and more!  … Read More → "Fish Fry 500: Amelia’s Favorite Episodes (Now on YouTube!)"

Let’s Read Our Little Cotton Socks Off (Part 3)!

I simply don’t know where the time goes. It seems like yonks since I wrote Part 1 and Part 2 of this soon to be famous (or forgotten) mega-mini-series. Speaking of yonks (which essentially means “a long time” but can also mean “a longer time than expected”) reminds me of the fact that we use three tenses in the English language: past, present, and future. For example: Bob ate my bacon sandwich (past), I am not happy (present), Bob will surely suffer for his transgression (future). … Read More → "Let’s Read Our Little Cotton Socks Off (Part 3)!"

Are You Ready for Ubiquitous Connectivity?

Let’s do a thought experiment. Suppose you find yourself trapped in a small space like an elevator and someone looks you in the eye and poses the question: “Are you ready for ubiquitous connectivity?” How would you respond? “Yes,” “No,” “Maybe,” or “What the heck is ubiquitous connectivity when it’s at home?”

Actually, that’s not a bad … Read More → "Are You Ready for Ubiquitous Connectivity?"

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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"
Why Measure C02 Indoor Air Quality? — Sensirion and Mouser Electronics  The amount of carbon dioxide in the air can be a key indicator in indoor air quality and improving our indoor air quality can have a slew of benefits including increased energy efficiency, increased cognitive performance, and also the reduction of the risk for viral infection. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton … Read More → "Why Measure C02 Indoor Air Quality? — Sensirion and Mouser Electronics"
Medical Device Security – Mentor  In the new era of connected medical devices, securing embedded systems has become more important than ever. But, there is a lot medical device designers can borrow from current best-practices for embedded security in general. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Robert Bates from Mentor about strategies and challenges for … Read More → "Medical Device Security – Mentor"
Why Does a Medical Tool Need Security? — Maxim and Mouser Electronics   Connected medical devices have a unique set of security design requirements, and a software-only security solution with a non-secure MCU might not be the best way to go. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Scott Jones from Maxim Integrated about the details of secure authentication and how we can … Read More → "Why Does a Medical Tool Need Security? — Maxim and Mouser Electronics"