A weekly podcast about the electronics industry. Occasional guests. Lots of laughs.
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Welcome to the Luddite Hour, where Chris and Dave discuss the merits of Embossing Tape more
Dave talks with Steve Sanghi who was Microchip CEO for 31 years, now Executive Chair. more
Dave is celebrating his 10 year anniversary of the dumpster room more
If you’re looking for a great podcast on the left stop here. They’re always on point and intersperse it with entertaining banter.
Framework laptop would suit me, because I'm a cheapskate and I want to reduce wastage. more
There was a chip released that I called an "Erg Thief". I got the release though the post (don't know why--I'm a semi-retired programmer who drives buses!). more
I have been listening for years. If you are an electrical engineer and have not subscribed yet, you’re missing out.
I wish this show came out twice a week! I love the banter and perspective that both hosts bring to the mic. Dave’s old school pragmatic approach is invaluable and Chris’ interviews and dives into firmware have been amazing. He is doing a great job of showcasing the cutting edge convergence of hi-tech circuitry and software in a way that makes it more approachable for people just diving into the subject.
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The Amp Hour Electronics Podcast launched 13 years ago and published 68 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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