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Sending Mixed Signals

This week we’re talking mixed signals. My guest is Mladen Nizic (Cadence) and we’re talking about a brand new book published just a couple weeks ago called “Mixed-Signal Methodology Guide”.  Mladen and I chat about who this book is for, what companies collaborated to make this manual happen, and even where mixed-signal education is headed. Also this week, I check out Altera’s newly released roadmap for 20nm and a new “magic carpet” that can not only map a person’s individual walking patterns but also predict when they are going to fall.

I’ve also got a brand new nerdy giveaway this week, but you’ll have to tune in to find out what it is and how to win.

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Fish Fry Links – September 7, 2012

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More information about Cadence’s new book “Mixed-Signal Methodology Guide”

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