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2011-06-23 Upcoming technologies push power revolution
Several electronic technologies are playing high-profile roles in power revolution, among them 3D transistors, solid-state lighting, energy harvesting, superconducting cable and silicon carbide components.
2002-06-21 Tomorrow's technology points to present-day solutions
Off-key subjects were at the heart of several emerging technology sessions at the DAC that examined the challenges of next-gen designs while suggesting possible approaches to existing problems.
2002-02-08 TI unveils 90nm process technology
Texas Instruments Inc. has unveiled its 0.095m process technology, which will support transistor densities that allow chip-level multiprocessing, and require several techniques to manage power consumption.
2008-12-03 TI DSPs power femtocell field trials
Texas Instruments Inc. has revealed that major OEMs are using its DSPs in on-going field trials of the home base stations or 3G access point business.
2013-09-18 TI claims industry's first inductance-to-digital converter
LDC technology from Texas Instruments enables engineers to create sensors using low-cost and readily available PCB traces or metal springs, providing high-resolution sensing of any metal or conductor.
2008-12-15 The inspiration behind netbooks
Suddenly, Netbooks are all the rage. Turns out the UMPC (ultramobile) form factors were a bit too small and too expensive to make a mass market, but the Netbook is JUST RIGHT.
2012-12-26 SuperFET II boasts low on-resistance, lower gate charge
Fairchild semiconductors' SuperFET II and SuperFET II Easy Drive MOSFETs offers a smaller stored energy in output capacitance for higher efficiency in light-load conditions.
2002-11-04 STMicro cuts conduction losses in MOSFET family
STMicroelectronics has introduced a range of low-voltage MOSFETs that use the company's STripFET III technology to cut conduction losses.
2011-09-01 Speeding up medical imaging process using FPGA
Read about the use of FPGA platform and a synthesis tool called Impulse C to speed up a statistical line of reaction estimation for a high-resolution PET scanner.
2002-03-11 SoC stumbling blocks cataloged at DATE
It's not enough to be fast, efficient and technically proficient. Designers now must become Renaissance engineers.
2009-04-09 Smart grid: ready for take off?
2009 could be the year the smart grid starts its transformation from an overhyped and ill-defined concept to a set of clearly articulated pieces and working prototypes.
2005-02-16 Rewired, amputee lifts arm with mind
Thanks to an extraordinary bit of human rewiring, Jesse Sullivan can bend his elbow, scratch his head or lift a pencil without actively thinking about it.
2007-11-16 Parted partners reconcile in multicore drive
IBM Corp. and Freescale Semiconductor Inc., which had a parting of ways after co-developing the Power microprocessor in the 1990s, have reunited their efforts through the Power.org group.
2006-10-18 NTT DoCoMo-HP collaboration bridges cellphones, sensor networks
NTT DoCoMo and Hewlett-Packard have been conducting a joint research on developing a new application platform to interconnect cellular telephone systems and sensor networks as well as developing a prototype of a new middleware platform.
2011-03-18 New spec doubles NAND standard speed
Designed for NAND-based devices, the new ONFI 3.0 standard uses the non-volatile DDR2 interface to achieve speeds of up to 400MB/s, doubling the current NAND interface transfer rates.
2009-08-26 New process rolls ultrathin inorganic LEDs
The LEDs can be assembled into large arrays, offering a new approach to lighting and display systems.
2015-03-06 Multi-core concurrency: Opportunities and hurdles
In this article, we provide a basic outline of the principles of concurrency, a fundamental mechanism by which multi-core systems manage and coordinate multiple tasks in parallel to achieve higher performance.
2005-04-15 MOSFET driver increases efficiency
International Rectifier has introduced the IR5001S universal high-speed controller/N-channel power MOSFET driver for high-performance, active ORing circuits.
2014-01-06 Monitoring heart rates with PSoC
Here's the design of a heart rate monitor using programmable system-on-a-chip.
2013-12-13 MIT team develops through-wall, 3D motion tracking system
Dubbed by the researchers as "WiTrack," the system uses radio signals to track a person through walls and obstructions, pinpointing 3D location to within 10-20cm.
2008-05-16 MEMS evolution: coming full circle
Marlene Bourne shares how the commercialization of MEMS devices and the innovation it has brought amaze her. The different applications of MEMS, its market needs, its evolution and future are discussed here.
2014-02-17 MEMS displays offer always-on experience in wearable devices
While a vision of an always-on device may be borne out of the upcoming proliferation of smart wearable devices, the trend towards continuous consumption is already taking place.
2013-08-07 Memory-oriented optimisation techniques (Part 1)
This series examines how to overcome system performance bottlenecks with memory-oriented programming and compiler techniques. Part 1 focuses on loop transformations and a variety of global-, cache-, and scratchpad-oriented optimisations.
2009-06-05 Medical, home net apps to propel mobile growth
Qualcomm Inc. executive VP Steve stated that much of the future for mobile communications lies in applications such as mobile health and digital home networking at the GSA and IET Semiconductor Forum.
2012-03-30 Many-core ICs tripping 'the singularity'?
Will the rapidly increasing processing power being enabled by many-core processors cause the advent of machines with super-human intelligence, an event sometimes referred to as the singularity?
2015-09-28 Light detector on a chip shines path leading to new apps
Vanderbilt University engineers developed what they claim as the first integrated circularly polarised light (CPL) detector that may allow the development of small, portable sensors.
2015-04-16 Leading technologists talk about Moore's law
It has been 50 years since Moore's law came to light, and now three top technologists share their thoughts pertaining to Moore's law as well as their take on its proponent, Gordon E. Moore.
2004-03-11 Ironwood sockets support high-speed IC comm apps
The new sockets from Ironwood Electronics allow ICs to be used in sockets and operate without compromising performance.
2004-07-29 IR PWM chip supports AMD, Intel processors
International Rectifier introduced a two-phase interleaved PWM control IC that supports the AMD and Intel processors.
2004-11-09 IR PWM chip offers improved system reliability
The IR3093 PWM chip from International Rectifier is designed for use in space-constrained systems requiring greater than 60A of load current.
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