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Javier (Javi) Garcia-Lasheras started his professional career as a microelectronics researcher and entrepreneur, sharing his time between the Communications, Signals & Microwave Group of the Public University of Navarre and the Navarran European Business Innovation Centre. He has played several roles in the electronics product development industry, having worked as an embedded designer for a wide spectrum of companies ranging from EMS providers to IP licensors. Nowadays, he is strongly committed to the open-science movement, focusing his interest in the synergies established by the reciprocal questions "How are well-known physical processes a key enabler for developing new information technology?" and "How are state-of-the-art information technologies critical for understanding new physics?"
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Duane has decided that the time is ripe to get his ZedBoard bolted onto his robot with a Linux distribution up and running. That was the ultimate plan anyway, so why wait?
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Here we discover how to use the XADC (Xilinx Analog-to-Digital Convertor) in the Zynq All Programmable SoC to read the chip's internal temperature and voltage parameters and output them over an RS-232 link.
When extreme thermal cycling causes circuit boards and chip packages and the silicon die in the packages to expand and contract at different rates, problems may ensue.