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RTOS, Nanoelectronics and Scripted Flows

This week’s Fish Fry will not melt in your mouth or in your hand. It will not be crispety, crunchety, or peanut buttery, but it will be coated in EE Journal’s signature mixture of electronic design news, in-depth interviews, and nerdy humor. Sweetening the pot, John Carbone (Express Logic) and I dig into some of the evolving trends in embedded software development and baseball franchise loyalty. And finally, fire up your plasmon resonators for a sci-fi trip into the terahertz with the latest nanoelectronic circuit research from the National University of Singapore.

 

 

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