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2005-11-30 e2v imaging sensor targets low light, scientific applications
e2v technologies introduced an innovative megapixel CCD image sensor designed for low light, scientific applications.
2013-07-23 Space qualified GHz-class RISC microprocessor
The PC7448 from E2v operates at speeds of up to 1267MHz and provides powerful floating-point computation capability when combined with an AltiVec engine.
2013-07-18 Hi-rel Qorivva microcontrollers for aerospace applications
The PC5674F is based on a Power Architecture e200z7 core that runs up to 264MHz and embeds advanced features such as a Single Instruction Multiple Data capable Floating Point Unit.
2009-09-18 Image sensors deliver dual, rolling shutter modes
Image sensor specialist e2v is set to ship by the end of this year a range of 1.3Mixel CMOS sensors targeting industrial applications and having embedded features.
2007-02-23 European firm selects Tower for CMOS image sensors
Electronic tube, semiconductor and sensor supplier e2v Technologies plc has selected Israel foundry Tower Semiconductor Ltd. to be its supply CMOS image sensors.
2013-01-23 Comms processor operates from -40C to 125C
The PC8378 and PC8379 PowerQUICC II Pro communications processors from e2v target networking applications in aerospace, defence and demanding outdoor environments.
2014-01-10 What you need to know when designing your PCB
Learn about the main aspects of a modern PCB that must be thoroughly considered.
2014-02-07 Understanding PCB/FPGA power architecture (Part 1)
The first part in defining the power architecture of a system is determination of all the voltage rails and the currents drawn by each of these rails.
2014-04-28 Sensors cross the megapixel threshold
The CMOS image sensor race in applications ranging from automotive to sports analytics and food inspections moves beyond the megapixel battle and is defined by a more complex criteria including frame rates, sensitivity, integration time, and light sources.
2008-04-16 MRAM is fit for space mission
Headed for orbit with the launch of Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's SpriteSat is MRAM technology, taking the place of both SRAM and flash memory.
2013-12-23 Mining Litecoins: ZedBoard or Raspberry Pi?
Find out how the Zynq-based ZedBoard and the Raspberry Pi perform when mining Litecoins, which are an adaption of Bitcoins.
2013-12-02 Grasping metastability (Part 1)
Find out how metastability can be triggered in registers.
2008-02-28 Freescale MRAM lifts off to space
MRAM products from Freescale Semiconductor have been selected for use in a magnetometer subsystem from Angstrom Aerospace, which will be launched into space on board the Japanese research satellite SpriteSat.
2012-10-25 Extending ADC dynamic range
Find out how to push ADC dynamic range beyond what is currently available.
2014-10-09 Cortus wrestles ARM in deeply embedded arena
Cortus developed a family of products based on its v2 instruction set offering increased code density that will meet the power and size requirements of new connected devices.
2015-04-07 CCD image sensors have one foot in the grave
Sony is expected to discontinue the production of CCD sensors at its 200mm wafer line at the Kagoshima Technology Centre in March 2017 with a phase out lasting until 2020.
2008-05-08 Atmel restructuring strategy baffles analysts
The sale of Atmel's WiMAX development group in Germany begs some simple questions: What's next? Is the worse over for the company? And what is Atmel in the first place?
2008-08-05 Atmel plans to trim down France workforce
More cutbacks at Atmel Corp are being prepared as the chipmaker seeks to cut up to 210 workers in its fab operations in France.
2006-08-09 Atmel fires CEO, three others over misuse of travel funds
Amid a stock-option probe and other issues, Atmel disclosed that it has fired George Perlegos, its president and chief executive, and three others over alleged misuse of corporate travel funds.
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