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Analog’s Smarty Pants

Microchip's Intelligent Analog

This week we’re talking about analog. Not just any analog – intelligent analog. No, it’s not a myth (like monster cable) or a legend (like green magic marker making your CDs sound better) — it’s real and its coming to a work bench or lab near you. We chat with Jason Tollefson from Microchip about Microchip’s new analog system-on-chip MCU family that might just have the smarts you need for your next design.

Also this week, we check out how you can utilize Tabula’s Spacetime architecture for your next super speed Ethernet design. Our nerdy giveaway is a Bud Board-Ganizer courtesy of Newark element14 and you should enter today!

 

Click here to enter to win a Bud Board-Ganizer courtesy of Newark element14


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Links for September 20, 2013

More information about Microchip’s new intelligent analog MCU family

More information about this week’s nerdy giveaway – The Bud Board-Ganizer

New episode of Chalk Talk – 100G Ethernet Packet Parsing with Spacetime

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