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Interactive map of New York City’s dog names

Every bubble of Dognames represents a particular name. Max and Bella lead, followed by Charlie, Coco, and Rocky, and Buddy and Lucky, and so on


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First CXL 2.0 IP Interoperability Demo with Compliance Tests

Sponsored by Synopsys

In this video, Sr. R&D Engineer Rehan Iqbal, will guide you through Synopsys CXL IP passing compliance tests and demonstrating our seamless interoperability with Teladyne LeCroy Z516 Exerciser. This first-of-its-kind interoperability demo is a testament to Synopsys' commitment to delivering reliable IP solutions.

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Flexible Development with the PSoC 62S2 Evaluation Kit
Sponsored by Mouser Electronics and Infineon
In order to get a successful IoT design launched today, we need a robust toolbox of cloud connectivity solutions, sensor interfaces, radio modules, and more. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton and Paul Wiegele from Infineon investigate the PSoC™ 62S2 Evaluation Kit from Infineon. They take a closer look at the key features included in this kit and how it can help jumpstart your next IoT design.
Nov 11, 2022
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