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NASA Recruits Microchip, SiFive, and RISC-V to Develop 12-Core Processor SoC for Autonomous Space Missions

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Analog in a Digital World: TRIMPOT® Trimming Potentiometers

Sponsored by Mouser Electronics and Bourns

Trimmer potentiometers are a great way to fine tune the output of an analog circuit and can be found used in a wide variety of applications. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Patricia Moorman from Bourns and Amelia Dalton break down the what, where, how, and why of trimpots and the benefits that Bourns trimpots can bring to your next design.

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Posted on Feb 6 at 12:02pm by Max Maxfield
You can but ask them (make sure you let them know that you heard about them here on EEJournal.com :-)
Posted on Feb 5 at 9:47pm by theboom
All extremely exciting! Mythic's work also seems very exciting. I can think of the perfect application for this technology. I wonder if the folks at EnCharge or Mythic would like to support an educational nonprofit :) theboom.org
Posted on Feb 5 at 11:03am by Brane212
While title is hinting at some revolutionary revelation, article is devoid of any useful information. As they say, it's chke full of information as much as shit is full of vitamines. Bla blaa blaa, "high bandwith", blaa bla "low energy for transfer" blaa blah... And great connecting story. Imagine that. ...
Posted on Feb 2 at 7:19am by Max Maxfield
Hi Dan -- I love Karnaugh maps -- I'm always blown away by what a great idea they are. Are you familiar with Reed-Müller logic? The idea here is that some digital functions can be difficult to optimize if they are represented in the conventional sum-of-products or product-of-sums forms, ...
Posted on Feb 2 at 7:14am by Max Maxfield
I would love to see it -- but I'm 100% loaded at the moment (and not in a good way with alcohol) -- there's just so many fun things to do and not enough time to do them all :-(
Posted on Jan 30 at 10:04am by Karl Stevens
Hi, Johnny. You wrote "The pleasure of pure digital design." Amen. And if I remember correctly , adding 1's Complement with a "Hot 1" into low order position does a subtract and has been used in computers. Here is an evolving "source syntax" that I think is easy to parse using C#; ...
Posted on Jan 30 at 7:54am by Dan Boschen
Tra-laaaaa!!!! What a great high performance work-out with implementing fixed point arithmetic. Kudos Max and I now know why you are "Max the Magnificent". Karnough Mapping (https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/introduction-of-k-map-karnaugh-map/) is one additional approach to add for the solution to the black-box problem.
Posted on Jan 28 at 7:08am by Karl Stevens
Me to me: I cannot find the link, will have to try something different. Sorry
Posted on Jan 27 at 11:18am by Karl Stevens
If you have Windows, Visual Studio 2022, and want to peek at my Bloop project ... Boolean Logic oop, I will put it on DropBox or Git. This started out as a new kind of computer that took only a couple of hundred LUTs and 3 dual port Block Rams on an FPGA ...
Posted on Jan 27 at 10:36am by Max Maxfield
"I have a syntax and parser/builder/debugger in development." Email me (max@eejournal.com) when you have everything up and running -- there could be an article there :-)
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