Parker and Stephen discuss a recent article exploring how electrostatic discharge damage isn’t the only kind of static hazard digital designs can face.
Parker & Stephen dive into Circuit Break Discourse, LT3073 regulator, Weldestroyer updates, Box Truk progress, and more!
Parker’s charity work, in which he plays video games like Duke Nukem. Plus, deep dive into the Raspberry Pi 5 and Stephen updates about Weldestroyer 3000.
This week's topics are: Porsche's Synthetic Gasoline, Record Chip Manufacturing Sales for the year 2022, and the Raspberry_Pi Social Media Firestorm.
PCB serial numbering? Parker and Stephen cover their thoughts on applying a unique identifier to PCBs in production for inventory and testing control.
Is this the coolest* electrical engineering podcast ever? Parker and Stephen think so. Synth Repair, floating IC pins, and wiring harness drawings.
Stephen debarks into the cold void that is linux. Will he survive the frozen sudo tundra? Adventures in Rapsberry Pis and Wiring Hardness designs!
How easy is it to make a retro gaming console? Stephen breaks down his design and build criteria that involves no custom PCBs.
Stephen and Parker discuss removing broken taps and what to do about old forgotten projects.
Parker makes small progress on the SDR Wagon Project and Stephen officially launches his new blog Analogeng.com.
Stephen creates a new blog and starts documenting his projects and Parker pitches a SDR based car radio.
Parker tries out the new Eagle 9 and Stephen fixes Jerry's Amp and talks about PCB ground configurations.
Parker talks about his latest engineering article and the Raspberry Pi CM PCB, and Stephen brings up geometry!
Battery less Cellphones, Raspberry Pi Compute Modules, ENOBs, and a 100W USB Type C eval board!
Stephen gets his Synth's envelope working and Parker starts looking into Class D Amplifiers.
Stephen learns that MIDI tutorials that are online only cover the basics and Parker has haunting vias.
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