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Peter Van Doren

Peter has over twenty years experience in electronics and electrical engineering design, specializing in FPGA/ASIC implementation and Digital Signal Processing. Peter has a broad range of experience in networking, wireless communications, system interfaces and military applications. FPGA/ASIC experience include the full breath of Altera and Xilinx products and tools, as well as several ASIC, SOC's and full custom IC's with Toshiba, NEC, ST, Altera Hardcopy, and TSMC foundries. DSP experience includes Filtering (IIR,FIR), Modulation/Demodulation, FFT, DFT and CORDIC (Sin/Cos) Algorithms. Peter started his own Company, SciAxis Consulting, Inc. in 2003, and sub-contracted his company's services to Infinetix for over 2 years before joining Infinetix as a part owner in 2006. Previously He spent over 7 years as a Design Engineer /Sr. Design Engineer doing full custom DSP's for LOGIC Devices, Inc., as well as 3 years with Aperto Networks working on 802.16 WiMAX products. Peter has been a director of Infinetix since 2006.
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Microchip: Long Live the 8-Bit

Microchip has been very acquisition-hungry as of late, recently purchasing Atmel among many others.  While their product line expands, the most noticeable might be the merging of the two largest 8-bit microcontroller providers.  The PIC Micro and the AVR are now owned by Microchip and both have a stronghold in the industry and in the maker community.  The most…

TE Connectivity

A group of us just had a working lunch with Arrow Electronics and TE Connectivity. TE is one of those companies some people in the industry may not have heard of, but they know of their subsidiaries: Tyco Electronics, AMP, Corcom, etc. Their breadth and depth of product is quite impressive: antennas, connectors, EMI filters,…

Thoughts on IDTechEx:

I had the wonderful opportunity to attend IDTechEx in Santa Clara CA, November 18-21, 2014, and explore the tradeshow. This was an interesting event, in that it encompassed several different technology groups, The Internet of Things (IoT), Energy Harvesting & Storage, 3D Printing, Wearable Technology, Supercapacitors, Printed Electronics and Emerging Materials. As an engineer, I…

OpenSSL HeartBleed Bug Status

Network security is important to INFINETIX.  The OpenSSL HeartBleed bug is actively being exploited and is getting significant press in the news. INFINETIX is using SSH as our primary access from the outside world to our customers’ services and Intellectual Property (e.g. Subversion code repositories, Bugzilla and other internal web services).   SSH uses the OpenSSL…