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2008-08-20 3D EM simulation solution rolls for RF module design
Agilent Technologies Inc. has developed the EMDS-for-ADS, an integrated design flow solution that includes full 3D electromagnetic (EM) simulation for RF Module Design.
2010-07-16 3D chip standard talks start at Semicon West
Participants of a Semicon West 2010 workshop took the first crack at outlining standards for 3D silicon chips to address design, yield and cost problems.
2013-05-20 2D stacking makes for high-quality semiconductors
MIT researchers discover a new method towards engineering a band gap into graphene, which is necessary to form transistors and other semiconductor devices.
2010-07-28 2ch audio analyzer supports production testing
The APx515 from Audio Precision is a two-channel audio analyzer optimized for production test.
2008-07-15 25V MOSFET promises low on-resistance, gate charge
International Rectifier has released a 25V synchronous buck converter DirectFET MOSFET chipset for point-of-load converter designs, and server, high-end desktop and notebook computer applications.
2009-08-24 200mA LDO allows output current sharing
Linear Technology Corp. has released the latest member of a next-generation family of linear regulators, adjustable down to 0V with a single resistor and easily paralleled for higher current.
2008-12-19 200 Gbps silicon photonic integrated chip
To fully exploit the computing power of multi-core and many-core computers, there is a need of high-speed and high-capacity communication network that can manage enormous data transport among the cores and memories.
2008-02-28 1GHz scopes claim 'fastest' memory waveform update
Agilent's new scopes, comprising its next-generation InfiniiVision 7000 series, promise bandwidths up to 1GHz and an unparalleled deep memory waveform update rate of up to 100,000 waveforms per second.
2015-03-09 15 innovative things seen at MWC 2015
Here is a presentation of 15 curious things spotted at the recently concluded Mobile World Congress in Spain, which highlighted many connected devices and technologies.
2005-08-02 14-slot AdvancedTCA shelf adds performance
Tracewell Systems' second generation CO-Star 14-slot ATCA Central Office Shelf touts numerous design enhancements, including an advanced split backplane design for easy customization.
2001-05-16 1394: Still the best bus for network backbones
If imitation is the highest form of flattery, those who advocate the 1394 multimedia standard ought to feel proud. Every time a group or company touts a new specification, it claims the new spec will do what 1394 already does.
2012-01-17 12-atom magnetic memory beats HDD
IBM Research scientists have created an atomic magnetic memory that cut number of atoms needed to store one bit of data from one million to only 12 atoms.
2008-04-17 10Gbit FCoE drives data center convergence
The release of the first products for Fibre Channel over 10GbE fuels a broad industry drive to run networking, storage and clustering traffic over a single, mainstream pipe in tomorrow's data centers.
2006-04-03 100GbE spec: 2010 at best
Participants in a DesignCon panel on 100GbE have concluded that no draft standard will emerge before 2010.
2010-10-11 100G Ethernet moves forward
Vendors are preparing to present a live demonstration of 100Gbit/s Ethernet as engineers work on 25Gbit/s signaling technology for a second-generation of 100G Ethernet products.
2008-06-12 'Smallest' DC/DC converter remits high performance
National Semiconductor Corp. recently launched what it claims as the smallest step-down DC/DC converter that is optimized for powering high-performance processors from a single Li-ion cell battery in mobile phones, personal media players and other mobile devices.
2002-10-01 'Religious' wars abound
Should resets be synchronous or asynchronous? Should synthesis handle buffer insertion? Should OpenVera assertions be added to System Verilog? All these questions have provoked controversies in recent weeks, the first two in E-Mail Synopsys Users' Group (ESNUG) postings and at our EEdesign site.
2008-01-21 'Open' is (not) just a four-letter word
There is presently a measure of "openness fatigue" permeating the industry, but that's because the term "open" has been far too often applied to products and organizations that are far from open in significant ways.
2008-01-31 'First' pulse function arbitrary noise generator rolls
Agilent has introduced the industry's first pulse function arbitrary noise generator, which provides superior signal quality combined with versatile waveforms.
2008-08-11 'Eye' camera ushers era for electronic retina
Inspired by the human anatomy, U.S. researchers have created what is said to be the world's first curved electronic "eye" camera.
2006-11-16 'DFM too complex,' experts say
Speakers told the Bacus Photomask Technology Symposium that DFM technology is too complex and suggested the use of standardized layout elements, library cells or an "integrated" DFM methodology.
2008-06-10 Lithium-ion battery charging using bipolar transistors
This application note by Khagendra Thapa discusses linear charge techniques and associated discrete pass elements. It highlights the dominant discrete parameters and selection criteria.
1999-11-01 Designing ADSL in an ATM network
Based on the development of the current standard, you can fit an ADSL modem into the ATM network. The advantage of using a programmable DSP core for this application is that you can quickly adjust to the ever-changing telecommunications standard.
2008-06-26 Current measurement applications handbook
This application handbook authored by Peter Abiodun Bode explores factors that are relevant for AC and DC current measurement and the implications on cost and performance for different approaches.
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