Magazine: Issue 2

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We would like to say that we are proud that VLSI-Egypt Magazine is started now to run as an independent project within VLSI-Egypt Organization by a dedicated editorial group who we believe are able to make this issue better than the first one in many aspects

Welcome to VLSI Egypt Magazine issue 2

After the introduction of the first issue of the magazine we were eager to know impression about it. We opened many channels to collect feedback and monitor the response and see the impact of it. We found that the first issue of the magazine was successful enough to give us the sign that we should continue and make the second issue. Work actually didn’t stop since then and we formulated an editorial group of volunteers who collaborated together to make this issue.

First of all, VLSI-Egypt moderation committee would like to say that we are proud that VLSI-Egypt Magazine is started now to run as an independent project within VLSI-Egypt Organization by a dedicated editorial group who we believe are able to make this issue better than the first one in many aspects.

We would like to express our great gratitude to VLSI Egypt Magazine editorial group for working on this issue. We know that they spent a lot of time planning, organizing, discussing, preparing and reviewing all work needed for this issue to see the light. They did all of that for nothing but feeling the responsibility toward the VLSI community in Egypt and the wellness to share information and experience with all of us.

We would also like to thank all the authors from outside the editorial group who had participated in this issue by their valuable articles that we hope it would have a great impact on the VLSI community in Egypt. Also, we encourage all those interested in writing articles, whether business or technical, to contact the editorial group and we would be more than happy to answer all your questions.

This issue of VLSI-Egypt Magazine covers the aspects of Multi-Gigabit circuits, systems and networks in three different articles. We also provide a quick glimpse on the world of ubiquitous computing in Japan as well as the use of Diamond for tranistors. We also start a new series about the basics of FPGA design.

We hope you like this issue and you find it up to your expectations. We would also like to ask you for all your feedback as your opinions had been the main benchmark we had been using to asses our success in achieving our goals. Finally, we would like to thank you for keeping VLSI-Egypt such a vibrant community.

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A PDF copy can be downloaded from this link:  VLSI-Egypt Magazine Issue2

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