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2012-05-02 How much decoupling should we use?
Read about an exercise that provided the author a much better understanding of power planes.
2004-11-18 Holtek rolls out another RF transponder IC
The new RF transponder IC from Holtek operates with 13.56MHz RF carrier, providing a low cost battery-less transponder solution.
2005-03-02 Holtek MCUs provide 'excellent' noise rejection capabilities
Holtek's new HT46R51, HT46R52, HT46R53 and HT46R54 devices can be sub-divided according to their OTP Program Memory Capacities of 1K, 2K, 2K and 4K, respectively
2011-12-27 Hit and miss for Intel
The boom in tablet market has hurt Intel's netbook business, but sales for another segment have boosted its lead against a rival.
2005-02-17 High-speed relay modules are USB plug-and-play peripherals
Measurement Computing's USB-ERB modules rely on the Microsoft-defined HID class drivers that are part of Windows.
2010-06-16 High-speed optocouplers boast 1?s propagation delay
Extending its optoelectronics portfolio, Vishay Intertechnology Inc. is offering two high-speed analog optocouplers in the industry-standard SOP-5 package.
2003-02-26 HBA introduces asynchronous FIFOs
High Bandwidth Access Inc. has introduced the FlexQ Async FIFOs that operate from 3V or 5V supplies with speeds of up to 12ns.
2003-08-19 Hard disk market returns to revenue growth in '03
The hard disk drive industry is returning to revenue growth this year.
2007-05-18 Handheld sales keep downhill slide
The worldwide handheld device market continues to suffer from declining popularity and the exit of major vendor Dell, as it posted its 13th straight quarter of year-on-year decline, IDC's Worldwide Handheld QView revealed.
2005-02-09 Hall-effect sensor provides accuracy in harsh environments
TT Electronics OPTEK Technology developed a rugged Hall-effect sensor capable of delivering accurate position sensing over a wide range of temperatures.
2005-03-07 Grace Semi chief says China will dominate by 2010
Zou Shichang, chairman of Grace Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp., boldly predicted in an interview here that China will become the epicenter of global IC manufacturing by 2010.
2014-04-16 Google backs Samsung in patent case versus Apple
Samsung laid out its counterclaim with three Google software engineers defending it against charges that it infringed five Apple patents. Samsung insists that Google is responsible for much of the disputed software features on its handsets.
2008-05-23 Good finds: Surveilance kit for $99.99
For $99.99 you can get the SecurityMan NiteCam2, a two-camera, one-base station, 2.4GHz wireless audio/video monitoring setup capable of near-zero-light operation.
2005-06-23 Goal 'goes green' with 8-bit MCUs
Goal Semiconductor said all of its flash 8051-based MCUs are now RoHS-compliant.
2016-05-02 Globetronics sees $120M erased from market capitalisation
Malaysian semiconductor company Globetronics Techology Bhd saw more than RM500 million (US$120.59 million) wiped out from its market capitalisation last week due to a decline in contracts and weak earnings.
2013-07-30 Global LED lamp market dims
The global 40W equiv. LED lamps ASP dropped 2.7 per cent to $ 15.6 in June 2013, according to a recent survey by LEDinside, as overall regional market prices continue to fall.
2013-05-14 Gate drivers promise long-term motor control reliability
Silicon Labs' CMOS-based Si826x isolated gate drivers support up to 5kV isolation ratings and up to 10kV surge protection aimed at industrial power systems.
2009-02-06 Gartner: Top OEMs spent $92B for chips
The top 10 OEM firms accounted for $91.6 billion of the semiconductor market in 2008, representing one-third of all semiconductor consumption.
2006-04-24 Gartner boosts '06 capital equipment forecast
Gartner raised its overall IC capital equipment forecast for 2006 to $38.8 billion, a 14.3 percent increase from 2005.
2002-06-27 Gadzoox to sell technology behind its Fibre Channel switches
Following three years of declining sales and a change in management, switch maker Gadzoox Networks Inc. has decided to provide its core silicon IP to other manufacturers.
2002-04-26 Frost predicts long-term growth for signal generator market
The market for signal generators is expected to increase in the long term, according to market consulting and training firm, Frost and Sullivan.
2009-12-08 Freescale overhaul is a 'work in progress'
Nothing displays how seriously Freescale Semiconductor Inc. views the challenges facing the company than some of the tough discussions begun behind closed doors some 18 months ago.
2007-09-10 Fracture-induced process simplifies nanoimprint litho
Princeton University electrical engineer, Stephen Chou claims to simply nanoimprint lithography by making the circuitry-pattern molds using a new fracture-induced structuring process.
2006-12-01 Foundry shakeout looms, analysts say
Buffeted by a slowdown in IC sales, the foundries now face lower-than-expected growth heading into 2007 and perhaps beyonda trend that could accelerate a long-awaited shakeout, analysts and vendors warned.
2008-05-06 Forum pushes spec to unify home nets efforts
A group of companies that hopes to define a standard for chips that drive gigabit-class networking on coax, phone and power lines by 2009 has been launched as the HomeGrid Forum.
2007-08-17 Floating point coprocessor handles GPS data
Micromega's floating point coprocessor chip integrates new serial I/O capabilities with NMEA sentence parsing that makes it easy to add GPS data to embedded system designs.
2014-04-14 Flexible plastics turn vibrations to electrical energy
Singapore researchers found a way to give polymer vibration harvesters a hundredfold boost in energy output, which could spur the development of self-powered microsensors and mobile devices.
2007-10-19 Flat-panel audio design: Only the screen is flat, not the audio
Designing audio amplifiers for flat-panel TVs involves several challenging and juxtaposed issues. Engineering is usually fraught with making trade-offs and there�s no better example than in flat-panel design.
2004-11-15 Flash PIC MCUs tout USB 2.0 connectivity for embedded apps
Microchip's newest flash PIC MCUs are said to provide a complete embedded-control solution for designers working with USB in embedded apps.
2004-12-06 Flash PIC MCU with Full-Speed USB 2.0 connectivity
Microchip unveiled what it claims as the first flash PIC MCU with Full-Speed USB 2.0 connectivity and 48MHz operation, for 12Mbps data-transfer rates.
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