State of "System on a Chip"

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State of "System on a Chip"

Post by methods » Jun 15 2017 2:13pm

Can someone please sound off on the current state of things?

Specifically... incorporating ceramic capacitors into IC's

thanks,
-Patrick
Increasing battery voltage and controller current limit will result in a non linear experience

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Re: State of "System on a Chip"

Post by methods » Jun 15 2017 3:40pm

(and) on Stanford subjects...

Since we have allowed for such incredible precision to be achieved.... (picture a cell phone PCB Pick-n-Place machine)....

Why is it that shaky hand old men are still cutting us with razor blades?
Surly image recognition is now fast enough to adjust for human movement.

I have not been to a doctor in a decade.
I hope that when my time comes... I am treated by a Robot.

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Re: State of "System on a Chip"

Post by methods » Jun 15 2017 4:09pm

I have reached into the human body and felt the heart...

I have pulled back on the yoke and felt flight....

I have broken free from gravity....


N/Y/N

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Re: State of "System on a Chip"

Post by billvon » Jun 15 2017 4:18pm

methods wrote:Can someone please sound off on the current state of things?
Specifically... incorporating ceramic capacitors into IC's
thanks,
-Patrick
Ceramic caps cannot be integrated into SoC's. They can be integrated into small assemblies (like SiP's) though. And silicon based capacitors can be integrated directly into IC's (i.e. SOC's.)
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Re: State of "System on a Chip"

Post by methods » Jun 15 2017 4:31pm

Beautiful
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Re: State of "System on a Chip"

Post by Hillhater » Jun 18 2017 6:50pm

methods wrote:(
I have not been to a doctor in a decade.
I hope that when my time comes... I am treated by a Robot.
Well, assuming there is a choice.....i would choose the nurse , ...for those "personal" checks ...cough cough ! :wink:
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