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Moore’s Law is Collapsing… Or is it?
Kristen Villemez  
10/11/2016   10 comments
When I began my engineering courses five years ago, it was still unclear to me where the More Moore vs. More than Moore debate would go.
Jupiter: The IC Danger Zone, Part 2
Kristen Villemez  
9/13/2016   1 comment
This month we’ll dive into the details of Heavy Ion Radiation, which is a different kind of radiation testing. Some of these failure modes are deal-breakers, some of them are not
Jupiter: The IC Danger Zone, Part 1
Kristen Villemez  
8/10/2016   7 comments
There are many things which engineers at NASA, Space X, and at a semiconductor company like ADI must consider when developing products for use in space that anyone else wouldn’t have to worry about for earth-bound applications, most notably of which is radiation (of course unless you’re working on a nuclear power plant).

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The primary difference between the speakers I designed and the micro- and mini-speakers that Eminence makes is that the diaphragm is connected directly to the voice coil as opposed to an Aluminum or cardboard 'former' to which the voice coil was connected
Autonomous driving represents one of the most interesting fields of research in the electronics and automotive sectors. This interest is growing by means of projects like the “Roobopoli” which includes the design and testing of prototype autonomous cars having integrated microcontrollers.
Using optimization to design circuits (some might call it organized guesswork – for some algorithms, that’s a pretty good description) isn’t a new insight.
The future of industry is represented by the massive utilization of IoT technology in realizing a more effective and reliable chain of production while maximizing the yield of industrial processes
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