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2008-02-18 Why we need a new analog design flow
Analog-mixed signal designers need a first-time right design methodology now. Why is this familiar cry more urgent and probably truest this time?
2013-11-29 Why medical devices should be secured
The medical electronics industry has to attend to the security issues on portable medical devices.
2015-12-18 Why did Apple buy Maxim's fab?
Regardless of its speculative nature, news like Apple's acquisition of Maxim's fab creates a great window to look into the wants and needs of the Cupertino giant.
2012-01-31 Why compliance to PoE safety standards is crucial when moving beyond 60W
Read about the realities of delivering high-power levels safely and effectively under the latest PoE standard.
2012-06-07 Why active probes are worth buying
Although active probes are more expensive than passive ones, they offer a superior level of performance that may be essential in certain circumstances.
2008-07-01 Who calls the shot over at Infineon?
Here's the question shareholders and investors in Infineon Technologies AG would like to have answered: Who really is the boss at the German semiconductor company, the chairman of the supervisory board or the head of the management board?
2008-10-16 White spaces marked off as wireless arena
When the U.S. DTV switchover takes place, white spaces scattered throughout the 54MHz to 698MHz region of the RF spectrum will be available for use. A range war is raging over how this should be done. Google, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Motorola and public-interest groups and media companies have created the Wireless Innovation Alliance (WIA) to sort it out.
2009-09-22 White LED driver targets LCD backlights
TAEC's new 60V power MOSFET driver is designed for white LEDs to be used in LCD panel backlight applications.
2008-07-10 White LED achieves 90 lumens at 250mA
Toshiba America Electronic Components has developed the TL12W02-D, a high power, high brightness white LED that can provide a typical flux of 90 lumens when driven at only 250mA.
2005-07-01 Whine the days away or jump ship
Having fun while earning a living often requires jumping ship while you still have options and timeand luck.
2005-01-03 When disaster strikes
To gear-heads like me the history of engineering is rich in stories and lore, of failings and successes, and of triumphs and defeats of individual engineers.
2005-01-10 When bad packages kill good PCBs
How to avoid packaging problems in off-the-shelf ICs and FPGAs, and ASICs.
2008-11-03 What’s required for RF4CE?
The main advantage of the radio protocol is that it ensures interoperability between remote controls and A/V devices that IR never achieved. The protocol’s upper layers are defined specifically for remote control, while the lower layers (including PHY) use IEEE 802.15.4, where ZigBee and 6LowPAN are also based. IEEE 802.15.4 is used in many proprietary protocols in both consumer and industrial markets.
2008-05-16 What's the best flash memory flavor for your design?
The embedded systems industry has been waiting for "universal memory" to come along. This article discusses the various flavors of NAND and NOR flash memory that may be the suitable to your design needs.
2014-09-02 What's switching: Nine takeaways from Hot Interconnects
The event sizzled with announcements and discussionsFacebook introduced its high-profile switch, critics attacked Ethernet's shortfalls, experts scrutinised Wi-Fi, and silicon photonics took centre stage.
2013-06-20 What's our virtual firmware game plan?
Virtual development is here and the timing is just right, as more and more industries demand connected embedded systems.
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.
2006-08-01 What will happen to analog video?
With the new digital video standards coming into the picture, the common misconception is that analog video is dead or dying. The reality is that analog video is very much alive.
2009-05-20 What went wrong with MIPS-Chipidea merger?
Most mergers and acquisitions rarely work. When they do, it's because both parties have time, patience, commitment and money to burn in the process of integrating the two organizations. An examination of the recent MIPS Technologies-Chipidea breakup strongly suggests that neither one had sufficient amounts of these key attributes.
2007-12-03 What to do with trade-offs
Bill Schweber suggests that engineers be more up-front about what they've done with their designsand had to doto get to the final product, and the inherent trade-offs of the design process.
2011-01-07 What next for 2011?
The strong fundamentals of favorable demographics and insatiable demand for higher performance products surely outweigh any risk caused by financial turbulence, says Tektronix's David Carew-Jones.
2012-01-10 What is oscilloscope jitter spec
Oscilloscope's jitter specifications will not only ensure you select the right oscilloscope, but also enable more accurate measurements and faster time-to-market.
2015-12-29 What is lacking in Design for Testability?
The design part of design-for-test has been largely overlooked for far too long. In this article, we examine the hurdles and see what we can do to improve design activities for testability.
2009-05-21 Well grounded, digital is analog
This application note discusses proper capacitor selection and how that decision affects a well-grounded design. Guiding currents toward the ground star point in ground planes is demonstrated by slotting the plane. The discussion begins by emphasizing why this is necessary, and how digital and analog circuits share a sensitivity to noise.
2012-02-22 Welding nanowires using light
Stanford engineers have developed a nanowire welding technique that harnesses plasmonics to fuse the wires with a simple blast of light.
2006-09-06 Website offers free open source C++ IC verification tools
Two engineers have launched a website with open-source tools that can help IC verification teams with C++ verification.
2007-10-29 WEBENCH ships LED/driver prototypes in 24hrs
National Semiconductor's WEBENCH online design environment now extends to LEDs and touts a 'Build It!' feature that arranges for shipment of a custom prototype LED-and-driver kit within 24hrs.
2000-09-01 Web-based EDA tools come to Asia
We can shop for clothing and record albums over the Internet; we can order food, and even have love affairs! Why not design ICs? This was the underlying theme at the recently concluded Design Automation Conference (DAC 2000) in Los Angeles. Look, for example, at the thinking process harnessed by Barcelona Design Systems.
2008-04-14 Warning: Toxic nanoparticles in your socks
Scientists are raising concerns on toxic nanoparticles being woven into fabrics as 'odor neutralizers' in socks and as antibacterial agents in bandages.
2003-10-16 WAP is dead; long live WAP
WAP gets a new leash on life as it gets center stage on camera phones.
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