Adrian Tang, the lead CMOS designer at JPL, joins Chris to talk about designing extremely high frequency devices, for both space and terrestrial operations. These are used to detect water and other chemical compounds throughout the cosmos.
Tom Lee is a professor of electrical engineering at Stanford University and the head of the Stanford Microwave Integrated Circuits lab. He also is the author of Planar Microwave Engineering, a text about RFIC design. He joins Chris to chat about scopes, Maxwell’s equations, and a lot more.
Though Dave has sworn off all things automation, it doesn’t stop us from talking about developments in the electronics world, new and old! New silicon nodes, new kits, new chips, old topologies, old dies, old kits and more!