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Fresh from the land of eye diagrams, super-fast SerDes, and more board design software than you’ll ever need, it’s Fish Fry! This week we investigate some of the biggest themes presented at this year’s DesignCon in Santa Clara, CA. Our first guest is Rohde & Schwarz CEO Scott Bausback who joins Fish Fry to help us understand the ever-evolving world of test and measurement, explain how IOT will affect the evolution of T&M, and what it’s like to build a recording studio in your house. Also this week, we chat with Stephanie Jarno from HUBER+SUHNER about how today’s wicked-fast SerDes speeds are changing the demands on our cables and connectors.


 

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