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What is MCU?
A microcontroller unit (MCU) is a computer SoC that has a processor core, memory and programmable I/O peripherals.
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2002-10-28 CMUCopy - transferring CMU hardcopy to PC using the IEEE bus or the serial interface
This application note describes a program for transferring hardcopies of the screen from a CMU Radiocommunication Tester to a PC, connected via the IEEE bus or the serial interface.
2004-07-01 Speedy A/Ds demand stable clocks
Understanding the factors that affect converter accuracy will establish just how good a reference clock must be.
2004-07-01 SONET CMOS transceiver hits 10Gbps
Xignal develops a single-chip full-rate 4:1 Serdes chip consuming <1W in a standard 0.13?m CMOS technology.
2005-04-08 Semiconductor analyzer packs integrated CV, IV capability
Agilent is introducing a Windows-based semiconductor device analyzer that integrates CV and IV measurements into a single instrument.
2005-02-02 PCB 'synthesis' product automates component placement
A startup launched by CMU researchers is preparing CircuitSpace, a PCB 'synthesis' tool that claims to be the first to bring user-assisted automated component placement to PCB designers.
2002-10-28 How to implement GTSL outside a test stand environment
This application note shows how GTSL can be implemented outside a TestStand environment and describes the accompanying source code of a demo
2001-09-17 Analyzing EtherChannel
This application note describes the use of the Capture Merge Utility (CMU) Windows-based program to analyze Fast and Gigabit EtherChannel.
2009-03-18 Mux/demux for 100G networks to sample soon
Sierra Monolithics Inc. will start sampling in Q2 09 a range of 100G mux with clock multiplier unit (CMU) and demultiplexer with clock and data recovery (CDR) devices, with volume production scheduled for the Q4 09.
2006-11-28 Alvarion sells cellular mobile biz to LGC Wireless
Wireless broadband solutions provider Alvarion Ltd has completed the sale of its cellular mobile business unit (CMU) to wireless networking solutions supplier LGC Wireless, Inc.
2005-04-01 Statistical tool shift: It's all in the timing
Startup Extreme DA's mission is 'variation-aware' IC analysis. Can four guys in borrowed office space make a big impact on chip design?
2003-09-01 Regulating processor power for sophisticated handhelds
Even though the processor may not be the most power-hungry component of a system design, it is essential to manage processor power to reduce overall power consumption.
2006-03-24 Radio communication tester has HSDPA monitoring function
Rohde & Schwarz introduced the R&S CMU300 universal communication tester, which checks settings for HSDPA at UMTS base stations.
2002-04-24 Multilink optical transponder transmits up to 100km
The MTC21218 optical transponder from Multilink Technology Corp. is capable of transmitting up to 100km, and is targeted for use in DWDM systems, MANs, IP routers, and ATM switches.
2004-10-08 Low-temp polymer nanotubes foretell plastic circuits
Chemists at Central Michigan University have grown carbon nanotubes at a record-low 175C using a polymer type known as dendrimers as the substrate.
2000-05-01 Long road ahead for analog synthesis
It may be a bit like asking why can't women be more like men, but the question, "Why can't analog be more like digital?" is the most common complaint among engineers attempting to use analog design tools. Synthesis (the automatic generation of physical circuitry from a high-level language description) is one area where analog design departs drastically from digital.
2002-06-07 Infineon rolls out 10GbE transceivers for LAN, WAN
Infineon Technologies AG has introduced the TenGiPHY-L and TenGiPHY-W 10GbE XAUI-to-serial transceivers to address the needs of the 10GbE LAN and WAN markets, respectively.
2013-10-08 IBM enlists universities for cognitive computing effort
IBM recently showed off its newly minted Cognitive Systems Institute, a collaborative effort between universities, and IBM clients to advance the state-of-the-art in cognitive computing.
2015-07-15 Google to turn a university into 'living lab' for IoT
A Google-funded project will essentially turn Carnegie Mellon University into a testbed experiment for Google's IoT technology to create a new platform to support innovative IoT applications.
2012-04-04 Functional safety features in modern MCUs
Understand the key functional safety features present in modern semiconductor devices, allowing customers to run safety relevant tasks in their applications.
2006-12-13 Fabbrix weaves 'fabric' for IC design
Fabbrix Inc., a startup that aims to reshape IC design through the use of regular design patterns or "fabrics," announced a collaboration with PDF Solutions Inc.
2014-11-12 Determine acceptable jitter level in embedded design
Learn about the nuances of clock jitter specifications, and know how to determine the acceptable level of jitter early on in the development cycle to prevent dire impact on end product release schedules.
2004-11-17 Big Bear crafts Kodiak 40Gbps transponder
Big Bear integrated proprietary silicon for multiplexing, demultiplexing, clock recovery, limiting amps and transimpedance amps into a production-volume 40Gbps transponder.
2013-07-08 Addressing memory scaling concerns
Here are some promising research and design directions to overcome challenges posed by memory scaling.
2007-12-03 Achieve processor energy savings with AVS
Processing large amounts of data at fast speeds rapidly drains the power of a mobile device battery. Maximizing energy savings can be achieved with an AVS technique to reduce energy consumption in digital processors by up to 70 percent.
2012-08-27 100Gb/s multiplexer for ultra-long haul apps
Semtech's SMI10022 supports soft-decision forward error correction that claims to offer significant improvement in optical transmission reach for ultra-long-haul and submarine optical links.
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