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The standard signal path was working, it was the vibrato that was broken. I bought a copy of the service manual from Manual Manor and studied the schematic. There is also a service manual web page that discusses the operation of the vibrato. It describes a series of delays, via a cascade of low pass filters, that feeds into a rotating capacitive pickup.

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The transceivers in Xilinx 7 series FPGAs and Zynq All Programmable SoCs feature dedicated 2D eyescan hardware blocks that monitor the link and record the 2D eyescan data. In the case of a Zynq All Programmable SoC, the on-chip ARM Cortex-A9 dual processor subsystem can be used to process this data and present it on a display (using the HDMI interface, for example), all without requiring a host computer. Similar capabilities can be achieved in 7 series FPGAs using a 32-bit MicroBlaze soft processor core.

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The transceivers in Xilinx 7 series FPGAs and Zynq All Programmable SoCs feature dedicated 2D eyescan hardware blocks that monitor the link and record the 2D eyescan data. In the case of a Zynq All Programmable SoC, the on-chip ARM Cortex-A9 dual processor subsystem can be used to process this data and present it on a display (using the HDMI interface, for example), all without requiring a host computer. Similar capabilities can be achieved in 7 series FPGAs using a 32-bit MicroBlaze soft processor core.

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I recently became acquainted with a small startup company that’s just launched a Kickstarter campaign to bring REX — a palm-sized, single-board computer designed specifically for DIY robots — to the market. As you can see from the image below, REX is small and compact, about the same size as a standard pack of playing cards:

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But so far the Xilinx products are consuming less than 200 wafers a month, according to estimates. So what’s the path to high volumes of tens or hundreds of thousands of wafers per month? In a word, torturous.

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The transceivers in Xilinx 7 series FPGAs and Zynq All Programmable SoCs feature dedicated 2D eyescan hardware blocks that monitor the link and record the 2D eyescan data. In the case of a Zynq All Programmable SoC, the on-chip ARM Cortex-A9 dual processor subsystem can be used to process this data and present it on a display (using the HDMI interface, for example), all without requiring a host computer. Similar capabilities can be achieved in 7 series FPGAs using a 32-bit MicroBlaze soft processor core.

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I recently became acquainted with a small startup company that’s just launched a Kickstarter campaign to bring REX — a palm-sized, single-board computer designed specifically for DIY robots — to the market. As you can see from the image below, REX is small and compact, about the same size as a standard pack of playing cards:

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I recently became acquainted with a small startup company that’s just launched a Kickstarter campaign to bring REX — a palm-sized, single-board computer designed specifically for DIY robots — to the market. As you can see from the image below, REX is small and compact, about the same size as a standard pack of playing cards:

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I recently became acquainted with a small startup company that’s just launched a Kickstarter campaign to bring REX — a palm-sized, single-board computer designed specifically for DIY robots — to the market. As you can see from the image below, REX is small and compact, about the same size as a standard pack of playing cards:

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But so far the Xilinx products are consuming less than 200 wafers a month, according to estimates. So what’s the path to high volumes of tens or hundreds of thousands of wafers per month? In a word, torturous.

The backend is changing very fast, and we think there are huge opportunities for technologies that power that. The cost of the backend for running a modern datacenter app is falling very fast, so the app developers can get a lot more creative and assume they will have a hundred or thousand times more performance behind them. It's going to be a completely different world.

PORTLAND, Ore. — A robot rang the Nasdaq closing bell for the first time to celebrate the listing of a robotic industry stock index that began trading Tuesday. A Universal Robots’ arm with a Schunk hand rang the bell.