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EDA for DSA

From what I've seen, one of the applications of the "line" flavor (as opposed to "hole" flavor, which we looked at here) is to define the fins. In other words, a long line would be built (or, realistically, a set of lines for multiple fins) and then cuts …

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Who Uses Power-Over-Ethernet?

Most, if not all, WISP operations extensively use PoE radios everywhere. Motorola Canopy, Mikrotik, and Ubiquiti radios are nearly all PoE. Some are fully standards compliant PoE, and others proprietary, which is certainly confusing at times.

The reaso…

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Mass to Maker

FPGAs and development boards like Raspberry Pi and ARM's embed are capable of liberating creativity by reducing the barriers between the idea and its implementation. If we are lucky the next few years should see an explosion of "Gosh I wish I had thought …

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Sub-threshold Design

Have you considered using sub-threshold techniques to reduce power?

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Oil and Water

DSA is a promising technoloby but is not mature for applications in the LEDs and PSS patterning business, let alone ICs. The main issue is that there is no way (as far as I know) of patterning complex ICs with DSA and the variability of the dimensions is …

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Collision of Two Worlds

In the last two decades we have learned that it's quite energy efficient to execute multi-threaded C code in LUTs to obtain highly parallel execution. Early projects like TMCC, Handle-C, and Streams-C provided the pioneering work to prove the point. From …

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Aiming Wireless Power

What's your take on the different approaches to wireless power?

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Dawn of a new Ara

Android is Linux-based, and I doubt that anybody would be willing (much less capable) to rewrite a new kernel from scratch. Other than that, I find it likely that the module system may have to be improved.

Another thing I'd like to comment on is how pe…

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Toward Ten TeraFLOPS

@TotallyLost

That sounds like some very impressive failure analysis right there. Fascinating!

In FPGA-based systems, an SEU failure could literally look like anything - since the routing and/or logic functions themselves could be randomly altered. I…

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An Open Sensor Platform

What's your take on the new Open Sensor Platform open-source project?

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Is the Internet of Things fully ARMed?

Has ARM got the answer to powering the Internet of Things?

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Viva Vivado!

@Kevin

It is clear to me that it is not easy to bring-up such a big piece of software. I guess that was also clear to Xilinx when they decided to no longer support ISE/PlanAhead. If ISE/PlanAhead was still supported and could be used as fallback soluti…

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