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2014-01-16 Understanding geometric optics for DLP
Many frequently asked questions about DLP applications involve geometric optics. Here are the answers to some of them.
2006-11-01 Turning science-fiction idea into fact
David Schurig sat down with EE Times to describe how the cloaking device works and what electronic engineers can do to turn the science fiction idea into fact.
2009-01-20 Trouble in CFL land
These little wonders of engineering have improved the efficacy of lighting over the incandescent bulb by quite a bit, but are still relatively expensive and have serious issues with lighting systems and dimmers.
2012-10-30 Triple-play graphics cores accelerate auto apps
Learn about the triple-play GPUs featured in the i.MX6 devices and the advantages that result from using three specialized graphics engines.
2015-11-25 Tracking down ECU disturbances from EMI
In this article, we examine how to use oscilloscopes to detect ECU disturbances from electromagnetic interference.
2015-08-07 TIA surveys operators on 5G future
5G cellular is expected to have an impact on everything in its attempt to extend 4G-LTE and support new use cases, and this new generation of wireless technology is expected to roll out in 2020.
2013-04-10 TI-powered Moonshot in the works, says HP
Texas Instruments joined several ARM and x86 vendors that eventually will find a place aboard HP's Project Moonshot systems, which currently ships only with Intel Atom SoCs.
2015-05-07 The MCU guy's guide to FPGAs: The hardware
Embedded design engineers usually come from MCU background, so they often have only a vague idea as to what an FPGA is. In this article, we'll consider the hardware aspects of the FPGA universe.
2012-09-21 The golden age of simulation-driven design
Find out what it takes to design for reliability nowadays.
2005-09-21 Terminal lets you drive RF signal generator
Based on a temperature-compensated crystal oscillator, Signal Forge's new signal generator handles FM, AM and arbitrary modulation.
2005-05-25 Taming power inductors for SoC integration
How can we discard power inductors from our designs?
2007-07-10 Taiwan firm behind iPhone's touchscreen
A closer look reveals that Balda's Taiwan-based partner, TPK Holding, is behind the touchscreen module Balda supplied to Apple for use in the iPhone.
2015-10-06 Tackling power concerns in the digital age
A shared responsibility among various parties and a united approach are requisites in order to minimise problems and ensure smooth, consistent power quality.
2016-02-15 Super-thin acoustic metasurface seamlessly absorbs sound
Researchers from CNRS and the University of Lorraine developed a design for a coiled-up acoustic metasurface that can achieve total acoustic absorption in very low-frequency ranges.
2004-02-06 Startup tests water with 'channel orchestrator'
A Massachusetts startup has offered a new wavelength management component based on special diffraction gratings derived from a government contract awarded in the 1990s.
2013-08-07 Start-up uncloaks its RRAM non-volatile memory technology
Crossbar Inc. recently uncloaked its Crossbar Resistive RAM, a new memory technology capable of storing up to one terabyte of data on a single 200mm2 chip.
2010-03-02 SPIE Litho wraps with delays, double-patterning
The themes of this year's SPIE Advanced Lithography event were clear: D and Ddelays and double-patterning. Indeed, EUV is delayed. So is maskless. And nanoimprint is still stuck in R&D.
2012-05-07 Single-chip drivers LIN-ready for BLDC motors, actuators
Melexis' new family of driver ICs claim highly efficient BLDC motor control from a single IC by combining the voltage regulator, LIN-transceiver, MCU, EEPROM, Flash, RAM and power FET pre-driver.
2008-09-18 Silicon Valley beefs up solar initiatives
When it comes to the emerging U.S. solar technology industry, Silicon Valley shines the brightest.
2012-05-29 Signal chain basics: Understand spurious signals in high-speed DACs
Here's how to develop tactics and techniques for troubleshooting this likely problem.
2011-12-19 Signal chain basics: Understand spurious signals in high-speed ADCs
Learn the various approaches for tracking down spurious signals in high-speed analog-to-digital converter systems.
2005-03-23 Shortages, price hikes seen for used IC equipment
Shortages of used semiconductor-equipment have hit the worldwide supply chain, causing prices for these potentially "disruptive" products to soar at new and record levels.
2011-12-05 Selecting sensors: Specsmanship vs. reality
Compared with individual parameter specification, the total error band envelope provides results that are more representative of how a sensor will perform in actual use.
2004-09-14 Samsung begins making DRAMs on 90nm process
South Korean electronics giant Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has started mass producing 512Mbit double data rate synchronous DRAMs using a 90nm manufacturing process and 300mm diameter wafers.
2016-04-13 Room temp superconductors soon to come
Corrected theories by several research groups resulted to improved technology as far as superconductors are concerned. Find out how room-temperature superconductors are being developed in this article.
2007-02-27 Rohm's new tech to pave way for green laser diode
ROHM announced that it has established a crystalline growth technology of non-polar gallium nitride, and succeeded in the trial production of a blue-violet laser diode.
2014-02-14 Rise in IoT breeds new type of embedded memory
Resistive RAM (RRAM) technology claims to provide the cost competitiveness needed for consumer electronics, home appliances, wireless sensors networks and even disposable electronics.
2007-02-01 Retired industry pioneer muses on IC trends
Epitaxy innovator and SIA founder Wilf Corrigan shares with EE Times his take on the developments in semiconductor business.
2004-03-30 Researchers seek bricks to build nanoscale structures
A systems strategy to make nanoscale devices as reproducible and controllable as silicon systems-on-chip is being urged by a pioneer in this growing world of shrinking sizes.
2013-07-23 Researchers develop low-cost sol'n polymer LEDs, PV cells
A team of researchers from Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology created a plasmonic material that claims to improve performance of polymer-based optoelectronic devices.
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