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May 27, 2011
Product COM-12694 |
about 2 months ago
Wow–a blast from the past… My first electronics project back, maybe 30+ years ago, was building an LED VU Meter with 2 LM3915’s… (same chip with different divider resistor values) I still have it here somewhere, and it still works!
News - New Product Friday: Ready… |
about 9 months ago
You need to market NADS! I could see myself having endless hours of enjoyment if that was mounted in our atrium!
News - New Product Friday: Take … |
about 10 months ago
Altera has been running some classes on their product line as well. They do this once a year or so, in conjunction with Arrow Electronics. This year, they are giving some basic classes for their Cyclone V FPGA’s which also include a dual-core ARM CPU in the package. Not sure if there are any more openings but, the classes are $99 and include a Sockit development kit (http://www.altera.com/b/arrow-sockit.html). (nope–I don’t work for Altera or Arrow–but, I’ve been attending these workshops for several years now).
News - Chernobyl and the Leiger |
Personally, I think it’d be fascinating to visit there, but only with the proper protection/precautions.
Product COM-10750 |
about a year ago
Actually, I use Quartus quite a bit and it’s very easy once you understand it. Occasionally, Altera offers low-cost classes on it through distributors (Arrow Electronics does it, for instance). The Arrow classes cost about $100 and include a development kit (currently they are using Cyclone IV). I believe Altera also has some FREE online training videos available, as well.
News - Help Send Super-Awesome S… |
about a year ago
Good for you, Sylvia…. I’m impressed!
News - SparkFun Gets a Subpoena |
about 2 years ago
They want complete credit card numbers? We obviously don’t have a very intelligent legal system, as retaining “complete credit card numbers” is a violation of federal law, under the PCI-DSS rules…. Unbelievable!
Product DEV-10182 |
about 3 years ago
They are actually C3 and C6 on the schematic—marked as DNP (Do Not Populate)
No public wish lists :(