Member Since: May 31, 2012
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Lou Covey has been a professional communicator for 40 years, including a brief stint with the national press corps covering the Ford/Carter presidential campaign in 1976. He founded Footwasher Media and New Tech Press in 2005 to address the changing face of media and journalism in the 21st Century. He cut his tech teeth in the early 70s writing about alternative energy, nuclear weapons design and networked personal computers. In the 80s he began writing in-house content on microcontrollers, passive components and control systems. Since 1990 he has focussed on semiconductor design and the last truly interesting area of chip design, programmable logic.
To celebrate Geek Pride Day, Sylvie Barak has created a mega-cool infographic that depicts how geeks have been building the Internet since 1832.
When traversing serial links with optics or backplanes, high-speed signals are degraded by impairments in the link, such as insertion loss, reflections, crosstalk, and optical dispersion.
Can statistical or heuristic verification really work for FPGA designs?
One of the things I've been wondering is whether or not the "okWireOR" module is really just a giant OR, or if the order in which things are attached matters.
I am shocked and horrified. It appears that those little scamps at Planet Analog are writing blogs pertaining to field-programmable issues.