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Shaving Hairs and New Electronics: UChicago’s Nanocrystal Breakthrough

Are you ready for some exciting nanocrystal technology? I certainly hope so! In this week’s Fish Fry podcast, Igor Coropceanu joins me to discuss how he and a team of fellow researchers at the University of Chicago discovered a new way to make nanocrystals function together electronically. We explore why this breakthrough in nanocrystal technology could lead to future devices with new abilities, what applications this would be …Read More →"Shaving Hairs and New Electronics: UChicago’s Nanocrystal Breakthrough"

Can HLS Partitioning Speed Up Placement and Routing of FPGA Designs? Yes, Oh Yes!

FPGA place-and-route software goes too fast, said no one ever. In fact, FPGA vendors have spent considerable effort in making their design software run faster on multicore processors. A paper recently presented at the ACM’s FPGA 2022 conference titled “RapidStream: Parallel Physical Implementation of FPGA HLS Designs,” describes a very interesting approach to pushing HLS designs through FPGA design software running on multicore processors faster. The …ag亚博国际

Reimagining Moore’s Law – One Glass Chip at a Time

Let’s talk about chips! In this week’s Fish Fry podcast, Dr. Eyal Cohen (Co-founder and CEO of Cognifiber) joins me to unpack the photonic computing revolution. We investigate the details of Cognifiber’s glass-based chips, proprietary fibers, and embedded waveguides, and why the advancement of this kind of technology could revolutionize the world of edge computing. Also this week, I …ag亚博集团

How the Intel 8088 Got Its Bus

The IBM PC (aka the IBM 5150) had such a massive impact on computing history that origin stories about the machine are legion. Many books have been written to tell the stories of a rag-tag group of isolated engineers in IBM’s Entry Systems Business, down in Boca Raton, Florida. William C. Lowe initially led the group. He got the job after he told IBM’s Corporate …Read More →"How the Intel 8088 Got Its Bus"

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Accelerating Innovation at the Edge with Xilinx Adaptive System on Modules

Sponsored byXilinx

The combination of system-on-module technology with advanced SoCs with programmable logic offer the ultimate in functionality, performance, flexibility, power efficiency, and ease of use.In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Karan Kantharia of Xilinx about the new Kira SOM, and how it enables faster time-to-deployment versus conventional component-based design.

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Reduce EV cost and improve drive range by integrating powertrain systems

Sponsored byTexas Instruments

When you can create automotive applications that do more with fewer parts, you’ll reduce both weight and cost and improve reliability.That’s the idea behind integrating electric vehicle (EV) and hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) designs.

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Synopsys PPA(V) Voltage Optimization

Sponsored bySynopsys

Performance-per-watt has emerged as one of the highest priorities in design quality, leading to a shift in technology focus and design power optimization methodologies.Variable operating voltage possess high potential in optimizing performance-per-watt results but requires a signoff accurate and efficient methodology to explore. Synopsys Fusion Design Platform™, uniquely built on a singular RTL-to-GDSII data model, delivers a full-flow voltage optimization and closure methodology to achieve the best performance-per-watt results for the most demanding semiconductor segments.

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Posted on May 9 at 1:08pm by JohnBirkner
Steve, great article! I still have my original IBM PC, that we used to write a version of PALASM to program PALs. -John
Posted on May 9 at 11:16am by ronl@youknowsolutions.com
With a Flowpro parallel computational machine all of the objects and tasks are already petitioned at the source level of the design. It seems that a true parallel substrate machine such as Flowpro could easily take advantage of multicore synthesis.
Posted on May 6 at 9:11am by Crusty
You have done it again!!! Made me feel very old. Intelligent horse power is not new. I had four shire horses on the farm I grew up on in Devon England. I often wondered if I was needed to control the four up plough I was taught to use. As ...
Posted on May 5 at 4:25pm by Steven Leibson
Thanks Wally. Always nice to hear from you. --Steve
Posted on May 5 at 12:14pm by SmithChart
Very much enjoyed this. This is extremely topical right now: https://www.cnn.com/2022/05/01/europe/russia-farm-vehicles-ukraine-disabled-melitopol-intl/index.html -- Dag.
Posted on May 4 at 3:05pm by wally
Steven, a really great article that brings it all together! It was a very memorable time when we all chased that secret IBM group in Boca Raton. Wally
Posted on May 4 at 1:36am by t2mip
GbE (10/100/1000Base-T) PHY IP Cores with matching 1G Ethernet MAC, PCS and TSN MAC Controller IP Cores for all your high-speed Ethernet Networking applications is available for immediate licensing.
Posted on Apr 28 at 6:43pm by Max Maxfield
Sorry John, I assumed you would understand what I was trying to convey. Now I feel like a fool (but where are we going to find one at this time of the day?) (The old jokes are the best ones :-) When you see an advert for a 4K Television, ...
Posted on Apr 28 at 12:01pm by John
Hi Max, can you clarify 8K per eye? Do you mean 8000 pixels per eye? That's, like, 120 x 66 pixels which doesn't sound that great to me, or am I missing something here?
Posted on Apr 28 at 11:39am by John
Ah, that IS nice Max, and it has KNOBS! Though it is 4x the price of my bottom end Picoscope. I can dream...
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Current Sense Resistor - WFC & WFCP Series
Sponsored byMouser ElectronicsandVishay
If you are working on a telecom, consumer or industrial design, current sense resistors can give you a great way to detect and convert current to voltage. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Clinton Stiffler from Vishay about the what, where and how of Vishay’s WFC and WFCP current sense resistors. They investigate how these current sense resistors are constructed, how the flip-chip design of these current sense resistors reduces TCR compared to other chip resistors, and how you can get started using a Vishay current sense resistor in your next design.
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Clamping Down on Failure: Protecting 24 V Digital Outputs
If you're designing IEC61131 compliant digital outputs for these PLCs or industrial controllers, you need to have a plan to protect these outputs from a variety of unknowns. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Asa Kirby from Skyworks about an innovative new isolated smart switch device from Skyworks that gives you an unprecedented level of channel flexibility and protection, letting you offer customers a truly “set it and forget it” solution when it comes to your next PLC design.
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Energy Storage: The Key to Sector Coupling
Climate change is making better energy storage more important than ever before. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Dr. Rüdiger Meyer from Phoenix Contact joins me to discuss the what, where and how of energy storage systems. We take a closer look at the structure and components included in typical energy storage systems and the role that connectors play in successful energy storage systems.
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Improve Efficiency in Appliance and Smart Home Power Supply
Long gone are the days of mechanical buttons and knobs in our home appliances. Today’s modern appliances require a variety of different modes, voltages, and motors. Keeping all of those considerations in mind, energy efficiency must reign supreme. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Silvestro Fimaini from Power Integrations about how you can improve the efficiency of your appliance and smart home design power supplies with Power Integrations InnoSwitch3 with FluxLink and PowiGAN.
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Reduce Power System Needs with Multichannel Power Monitors
Power monitors can be very effective in terms of power management for a variety of designs and the use of a multichannel power monitors can not only lower your overall system power but also lower your code overhead, simplify prototyping and event detection. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Mitch Polonsky from Microchip about the benefits of multichannel power monitors and how Microchip’s PAC194x and PAC195x can help you monitor your power in your next design.
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Faster, More Predictable Path to Multi-Chiplet Design Closure
The challenges for 3D IC design are greater than standard chip design - but they are not insurmountable. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Vinay Patwardhan from Cadence Design Systems about the variety of challenges faced by 3D IC designers today and how Cadence’s integrated, high-capacity Integrity 3D IC Platform, with its 3D design planning and implementation cockpit, flow manager and co-design capabilities will not only help you with your next 3D IC design.
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