Community feedback that led Parker to order a Bambu X1 Carbon 3D Printer, arriving any day now, S to the L to the A, “guardrails” that the U.S.
Parker and Stephen discuss the Cloudlifter mechanism in use to help enhance the sound of this podcast, what phantom power is and what it actually does.
Discussion on USB-C, EU chargers, tech, Slack GUI, government regulation, tech innovation and reverse polarity.
Dead on Arrival for high end GPUs. Why do so many consumer electronics not have reverse polarity protection?
Infineon’s use of recyclable PCBs to create a soluboard. An examination of the new Arduino Uno, Minima and Wifi, plus a CNC and saw blade update.
Matt has taught Robotics at University of Advancing Technology since 2019 and worked in Pharmaceutical Industry 15 years at Cardinal Health.
This special episode is recorded at DEF CON, the annual hacker community gathering in Las Vegas.
A physicist and electrical engineering historian, tells human stories behind electricity's evolution. Learn from experiments and eccentric scientists.
This week, Josh Manley, Co-Owner & CEO of CADClass.org, shares their expertise in software and design education.
This week we’re joined by David Schild, the Executive Director of the Printed Circuit Board Association of America (PCBAA).
Join us as we chat with Hyr0n and Zapp from AND!XOR Group about their iconic badges for DEF CON 31.
Delve into the world of AI in chip design, exploring the limitations and benefits, its impact on the labor market, and the future of this technology.
We kick off this week with a timely discussion of whether you can cook food on the engine of your car; how hot would your exhaust pipes even need to be?
The missing submarine near Titanic sparks discussion on using a gamepad, deep sea exploration regulations, and the need for backups in critical systems.
AutoDesk is dropping support and development for the dedicated Eagle EDA tool and moving efforts to the AutoDesk Fusion 360 Electronics.
The CHIPS act is driving chip manufacturers like Texas Instruments, TSMC, and Intel to expand in the US, but there's a shortage of engineering manpower.
Bil Herd led the hardware design for the Commodore C128 and Plus4 Series of computers in the 1980’s and currently co-hosts a weekly webcast.
Stephen’s CNC steps closer to being completed! Parker receives a newsletter that has the simplest SMT component in the world.
Two major topics this week! Major Box Truck updates and a flashback when Parker was introduced to digital photography through the Sony MVC-FD5.
We discuss the different seasoning, boil and soak times, and building an inexpensive boil pot from materials and supplies Stephen already has.
Consider your product in an environment that will actively destroy the semiconductors. We'll dip our toes into Radiation exposure for electronics!
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Python software language, more and more electrical engineering jobs are requiring this as a skill set but is it just snake oil?
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