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IP Systems Blog Review – Tuesday April 28, 2015

Big data and verification; reading design specs; all-digital radio; protocols: WiGig and HART; more from the Wilson verification study: FPGAs; the Studebaker plant gets a new lease on life; verification sequence portability; NASA space apps; draw a barn with SystemVerilog constraints; Industrial automation and the IoT; and upcoming events Read More »

IP Systems Blog Review – Tuesday February 24, 2015

Buffer, and ADC design considerations; all about timing specifications; portable stimulus; Star Trek and the IoT; the Wilson Group's functional verification study; RTOS performance; the Silicon Valley age gap; temperature and humidity sensors; requirements management; and the oft-dreaded question "What do you do for a living?" Read More »

IP Systems Blog Review – Monday February 16, 2015

Arduinos; software defined networks… and radios!; ARM/AMBA; TLS engines; embedded industrial automation; system-level power modelling; and collaborating more effectively by Hamilton Carter – Senior Editor If you like to play at your engineering, you should know a new version of the Arduino IDE has been released! Interested in software defined networking—SDN? Check out this Xilinx enabled kickstarter. ARM contributes to ... Read More »

IP Systems Blog Review – Tuesday January 20, 2015

Android assembly programming, Sample and Hold Time for Dummies, near field communications, and the secret origin of the Udacity functional verification course By Hamilton Carter, Senior Editor The Altera SoC FPGA was selected for Audi’s advanced driver assistance system, (ADAS). How to program in assembly on an ARM/Android device. Mentor’s Josh Rensch provides quirky, irreverent advice on how design and ... Read More »

IP Systems Blog Review – Friday January 2, 2014

The holidays aren’t over yet!  Mentor’s Boris Marovic considers the science behind Santa.  Alien technology abounds. Follow an ex-Sparkfun engineer in his travels across Africa spreading robotics. Jama moved into a new headquarters for the new year! Things are a bit slow what with all the mandatory holiday shutdowns.  Here’s some fun holiday reading about the Blocks for the Intel ... Read More »

IP Systems Blog Review – Wednesday December 24, 2014

Blog Review 12/24/2014 by Hamilton Carter Technology Editor   Mentor’s Robin Bornoff begins a multi-part series on energy conservation through the responsible stewardship of hot water.   Catherine Bolgar covers recent predictions that the next industrial revolution will be spurred by doing more with fewer material resources.   Intel has added new cache monitoring technology to their Xenon class processors.  ... Read More »