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Examining an energy monitor
Posted:27/03/2015,02:42:28 PM by Jack Ganssle
Many know about EEMBC’s CoreMark, a suite of programs used to compare processor horsepower. Traditional benchmarks don’t do well in evaluating processors running embedded workloads.   They’ve recently added the ULPBench, which is a program that exercises processors t....
Grasping the maker ethos
Posted:27/03/2015,01:34:57 PM by eeLife
It has been said that humanity can be divided into two basic personality types --  the Apollonian, whose existential statement is “I think, therefore I am” and the Dionysian, who says “I feel, therefore I am.” This, of course, is simplistic – there are many other....
Is it alright experiment on family members?
Posted:26/03/2015,08:00:17 PM by Clive Maxfield
I've recently started to consider whether or not it would be right and proper for me to perform an experiment on a member of my family.     The modern world in the form of today's telecommunications systems couldn’t have come at a better time for my wife (Gina the Gorg....
Never give up when it comes to measurement
Posted:26/03/2015,07:54:58 PM by Bill Schweber
In the extraordinary year of 1905, Einstein published five brilliant papers including his best-known one on special relativity. One of the other papers explained the mechanics of Brownian motion, the random motion of small particles in fluid first studied by Robert Brown in 1827 and easily observe....
Supercaps to power electric vehicles?
Posted:20/03/2015,06:57:14 PM by Bill Schweber
Supercapacitors (also called ultracapacitors) are a relatively recent fundamental technology innovation for passive devices, with the first ones coming to market in the 1970s with widespread use by the early 1990's. Prior to their development, the "conventional wisdom" and textbook v......
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