Trending in Tech

March 2019

March 2019: Trending in Tech is your source to stay up-to-date on the latest trends and news in the electronics industry. In our latest issue, we look at Nikola Tesla's legacy, the RISC-V, Intel, and more.

Nikola Tesla: EDN and Planet Analog’s best articles

Planet Analog

Nikola Tesla is still an enigma of science and invention. This feature is a curation of some of the most compelling articles discussing his discoveries and inventions.

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RISC-V on the Verge of Broad Adoption   

EETimes

Although industry adoption of a new processor architecture is no small task, RISC-V is overcoming every hurdle in it’s path and could eventually gain broad acceptance.

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Surprise! More 5G Complications

EDN

5G roll out has unearthed difficulty after difficulty.  On top of being more expensive than originally anticipated, there are several compounding factors making 5G implementation challenging.

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The banality of bringup evil

Embedded

In the late stages of bringing up an embedded system, when nothing seems to work, paranoia drifts inevitably to imagined design flaws in the hardware. Understanding the manifestation of bugs is essential to…

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Teardown: Intel’s Compute Stick

EDN

Intel has pushed the envelope from “traditional” form factor PCs. Intel’s compute stick is their smallest (so far) version and is the focus of this teardown.

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