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2016-07-29 Gil
UPDATE 2019-05-31: Total Phase has released the new Advanced Cable Tester v2, a successor to the original product mentioned below.  The original version is no longer supported. Click here to learn more about the Advanced Cable Tester v2.
2016-07-21 Rena
Can I set up my Aardvark adapter to emulate multiple I2C slave devices each with separate slave addresses?  My setup is simple:
2016-07-18 Staff Writer
As engineers, we all want the best product, but this often comes at a price. When you implement a new platform or device, there’s always a chance that it won’t work, that it won’t be quite what you expected, or, at the very least, that it just won’t do the job well enough. However, sometimes things can turn out worse than just a product that doesn’t work like you thought it would.
2016-07-14 Staff Writer
You have spent the last few years perfecting the craft of electrical engineering. Now is the time to finally put all of all your hard-earned knowledge to good. Let your knowledge shine at your first electrical engineering job interview. You already have all of the puzzle pieces that you need to nail the interview and now it’s time to put them all together.
2016-07-11 Vikram
Leading the industry to improve data transactions with less power and lower cost, Intel is defining the eSPI standard, which many manufacturers – at the chip, board and system levels – are integrating in their products.
2016-07-06 Staff Writer
Every person is faced with challenges and dilemmas, but the dilemmas engineers face are particularly daunting. The job of an engineer requires skill, grace, and careful navigation through social, scientific and political situations. Some of the most pressing life dilemmas engineers face involve the struggle between personal ethics and private goals. The list is long, but it ultimately can be simplified into 6 categories:
2016-07-05 Chris
USB Type-C is still relatively new, but even as we get used to what it means for data and video use-cases, additional exciting new uses are being developed, such as USB Type-C as the main interface for headphones. Many industry leaders are touting the move from the 3.5mm jack to the USB Type-C port. It will be interesting to see how this move turns out for the end-user: There are (at least) 3 different approaches to implementation of audio over Type-C: analog over Type-C as defined in the Type-C specification, digital using Audio Device Class 1.0/2.0, and a future Audio Device Class update. Press releases don’t dive into details about exactly which standard the various proponents will actually use, and the market has not yet coalesced behind one specific architecture.