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The Cadence of IoT and the Sound of a Single Atom

The music is loud, the rhythm – infectious, but it’s the backbeat that has us tapping our toes and coming back for more. We’re all jamming to the same IoT tune, but what keeps the cadence in 4/4 time? My guest this week is Phil Callahan from Silicon Labs and we discuss this dance called IoT, from the internet infrastructure laying down its chord progression to the super cool demo solos Silicon Labs will be showing at this year’s X-fest. Also this week, we check out another musical melody that has finally revealed…the sound of a single atom. 

 

 

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Propagating phonons coupled to an artificial atom (Research Article)

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