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2007-05-16 Improve COT regulator performance with FCIC
FCIC removes ESR constraint for stability, allows the use of a ceramic output capacitor, minimizes the output ripple voltage and makes a COT regulator simpler to use.
2002-05-01 COT design flow validates SoCs
This technical article details the approach two chip companies used to validate a COT (customer-owned tool) flow from beginning to end resulting in a complete working silicon.
2002-12-05 Cisco shifts from ASICs to COT designs
Cisco Systems Inc. is shifting from the use of ASICs to an approach that relies on customer-owned tooling for many of its high-end, high-volume chip designs, hoping to shave hundreds of millions of dollars from its silicon design costs.
2006-02-09 Buck regulator employs COT architecture
National Semiconductor introduced the LM3100, a synchronous, monolithic, 1.5A buck regulator with an input voltage range of 4.5V to 36V.
1999-10-19 V5 access network interface design using MT9075
This application note discusses the use of the V5 interface to either the Access Network or the Local Exchange to enable a network operator to use the access equipment from any vendor conforming the V5 interface specifications.
2003-06-02 Hybrid FPGA/ASIC devices address market needs
Hybrid FPGA/ASIC devices allow instant design changes like FPGAs, while leveraging the more efficient ASIC logic for fixed blocks of a design.
2007-05-28 Fujitsu, Jazz partner on RF CMOS fab services
Fujitsu and Jazz Semiconductor have inked a pact to jointly develop SoC products targeted for RF CMOS devices.
2007-03-09 Fujitsu standardizes on Synopsys solutions for 65nm sign-off
Synopsys Inc. announced that Fujitsu Ltd has standardized on Synopsys' PrimeTime and Star-RCXT products as the timing sign-off solution for its 65nm ASIC and COT design flows.
2004-02-02 Choosing the right design flow model with integrated architecture
Users of ASIC, COT and COPD models are finding that flows based on an integrated RTL-to-GDSII system can offer additional benefits when fully leveraged.
2005-02-28 Magma to prototype Enuclia's designs in FPGAs, ASICs
Magma's front-end design tools have been selected by Enuclia to prototype designs in FPGAs and structured ASICs, and then move them into to Enuclia's ASIC/COT design flow.
2011-03-02 LM5009 evaluation board
The LM5009EVAL evaluation board provides the design engineer with a fully functional buck regulator, employing the constant on-time (COT) operating principle.
2006-07-25 Fujitsu announces environment for statistical timing analysis
Fujitsu Microelectronics America announced that it is the first semiconductor supplier to provide a comprehensive environment for statistical timing analysis for ASIC and COT customers.
2012-09-25 Evaluating LM5018 buck regulator
Read about a buck regulator, which employs the constant on-time (COT) operating principle.
2011-04-07 Boot capacitor regulation in LM25007 constant-on-time converter
LM25000 series of constant-on-time (COT) integrated regulators provide a way of implementing a step down buck regulator with nearly fixed frequency.
2005-02-07 USB OTG transceiver allows DRD operation
Micrel's USB OTG transceiver is engineered to enable intelligent self-powered devices to communicate on a peer-to-peer basis with other USB and USB OTG enabled devices.
2013-08-01 Torex debuts 1.5A step-down micro DC/DC converter
Measuring 2.5x3.2x1.0mm, the XCL213/XCL214 series is an ultra-small step-down micro DC/DC converter with integrated coil comes with a load current of 1.5A.
2012-03-29 TI's LED driver boasts primary side sensing, PFC
The TPS92310 AC/DC constant current driver for non-dimmable LED lighting that aims to reduce cost and shrinks-to-fit high-power LED retrofit bulbs including A19, PAR30/38 and GU10.
2007-05-03 Sun tapes out Niagara 2, shares CPU roadmap
Sun Microsystems has taped out its Niagara 2 and Rock processors, but the company faces a major hurdle getting access to 45nm and 32nm process technology for its future Sparc CPUs, according to Sun's David Yen.
2013-03-14 Step-down converter targets car, industrial apps
TI's 650mA LM25017, 300mA LM25018 and 100mA LM25019 Fly-Buck converters feature constant on-time control architecture that claim to cut PCB space.
2008-04-01 Smartcards get dose of 16bit secure MCUs
From Renesas Technology comes the RS45C, a secure MCU for smartcards requiring a high level of security, including ID cards and financial cards such as banking and credit cards.
2002-02-12 Scaling debate stalks chip conference
From the wide range of panels and tutorials at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference, from the myriad papers, from the conversations in the hotel halls, a single gnawing issue grew from hints and whispers to a groundswell of concern: Will IC technology continue to scale?
2002-11-26 Risks of customer-owned tooling send designers to ASICs
Like do-it-yourselfers who wished they had called the plumber or electrician instead of botching a home repair, chip makers seem to be having second thoughts about customer-owned tooling.
2014-11-04 Ripple injection methods for hysteretic controllers
In this application note, we highlight the implications of ripple injection techniques, aimed at minimising output ripple voltage, on the transient response of a supply.
2007-10-19 Rambus memory controller runs at 1,600MHz
Rambus Inc. has introduced its memory controller interface solution for DDR3 DRAM that provides PHY interface between the controller logic and DRAM devices for data rates of up to 1,600MHz.
2014-05-08 Powering image sensors in automotive camera apps
Find out how to power the Aptina image sensor with an efficient, quiet, small form factor power solution.
2002-05-22 PortalPlayer adopts ARM technology for digital audio applications
PortalPlayer Inc., a supplier of digital audio platforms, has adopted the ARM7TDMI core for its digital audio encode and playback devices.
2012-02-27 PCB support system has extruded aluminum base
The ezLOAD PCB Support System claims to improve product build quality and can eliminate damage during assembly.
2011-02-02 New ceramic nozzle boasts one mispick at field test
Count On Tools Inc. launches new Ceramic Nozzle Series for Universal Instruments Corp.'s (UIC) placement equipment.
2002-12-11 Nassda aims Critic timing technology at ASICs
Extending its fast circuit-simulation technology into digital design, Nassda Corp. has claimed a breakthrough with a transistor-level, full-chip, dynamic timing analyzer.
2002-10-16 Monterey adds Synplicity synthesis to ASIC design
Claiming to have a full RTL-to-GDSII design flow, Monterey Design Systems has added logic synthesis to its Dolphin system.
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