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2008-05-05 Fujitsu reports advance in 'soft error' estimation
Researchers at Fujitsu Laboratories in Japan are claiming a major advance on improving the reliability of semiconductors with a technique for quick and accurate measurement of the 'soft errors' that could be caused to a chip by the effect of neutrons from some cosmic rays.
2002-12-04 Error correction may stall quantum computing
According to University of Arkansas physics professor Julio Gea-Banacloche, because error correction will generate more energy than chips can dissipate, quantum computers may be further off than previously believed
2009-06-09 Hamming codes for NAND flash memory devices
This application note describes the use of simple Hamming codes to detect and correct data corruption that occurs during normal SLC NAND flash device operation
2003-11-26 France Telecom licenses Turbo Codes to Qualcomm
France Telecom has granted Qualcomm a worldwide license to its seminal Turbo Code patents for use in Qualcomm's 3G chipsets.
2005-05-27 Program speeds up turbo code selection for wireless comm apps
Cambridge Consultants disclosed that it has developed a software program that demystifies and accelerates the selection of turbo codes for wireless communication systems
2015-08-31 Exploring the future for SSDs
The migration from BCH codes to LDPC codes is going to enable a lot of great things inside SSDs, including better endurance and latency control
2015-08-07 Cheaper, denser NAND need better ECC
In this article, we expound why PMC-Sierra switched from Bose-Chaudhuri-Hocquenghem codes to low-density parity check codes for error correction in its solid-state drive controllers.
2004-08-19 LPDC core provides superior BER performance
Comtech AHA released a Low Density Parity Check Code Forward Error Correction encoder/decoder core
2004-01-16 Conexant satellite receiver with FEC decoder
Conexant Systems has introduced an advanced modulation satellite receiver with FEC decoder based on turbo codes
2004-03-17 AMCC mapping devices deliver CAPEX, OPEX savings
Applied Micro Circuits has built upon its Enhanced Forward Error Correction technology with the Rubicon family of asynchronous mapping devices
2008-06-30 What types of ECC should be used on flash memory?
NOR flash normally does not need error-correcting code (ECC). On the other hand, NAND requires ECC to ensure data integrity. NAND flash includes extra storage on each page to store ECC code as well as other information for wear leveling, logical to physical block mapping, and other software overhead functions
2004-04-16 AMCC mappers tap FEC technology
Applied Micro Circuits has borrowed the enhanced FEC algorithms of its S3062 family and applied them to three related devices for mapping data services to 10Gb links.
2012-04-03 Developing NAND flash controller with high-level synthesis
Read about the application of a commercial HLS tool to a NAND flash controller with an error correction code block
2004-12-23 Analog decoders outdo digital in wireless test
Advanced digital wireless standards like those overseen by the 3G Partnership Project use iterative communications protocols that provide error correction simultaneously with optimal compression
2004-07-19 STMicro rolls out 256Mb, 128Mb memory devices
STMicro announced that it has completed its 'Small Page' NAND Flash memory roadmap with the release of 256Mb and 128Mb devices.
2004-04-02 STMicro mass produces 1Gb, 512Mb NAND Flash devices
STMicroelectronics has announced the volume production of its 1Gb and 512Mb NAND Flash memory products.
2004-12-09 ST unveils VFBGA55 version of Small Page NAND Flash memory chip
STMicroelectronics announced volume production of the VFBGA55 version of its 256Mb 'Small Page' NAND flash memory chip.
2005-09-02 ST shifts 128Mb NAND flash memory to 90nm process technology
STMicroelectronics announced that production of its 128Mb NAND flash devicethe NAND128W3A2BN6Ehas been transferred to 90nm process technology.
2006-10-02 Self-healing chips prevent system failure
Semiconductor Research Corp. and the National Science Foundation are funding a groundbreaking research effort into "self-healing" chips that can detect and repair defects in the field.
2008-07-22 Samsung, Sun tie up to enable flash drive stability
Samsung Electronics has worked with server maker Sun Microsystems to develop a new 8Gbit single-level-cell design for computer servers that it claims increases the number of read/write cycles for NAND flash memory chips five-fold.
2013-11-08 Samsung, SK Hynix set to unveil next-gen memory chips
Samsung will demo low-power DDR4 SDRAMs for smartphones while SK Hynix will unveil its High-Bandwidth Memory, a stack of four memory chips fueling next-gen comms, graphics and server chips.
2014-02-14 Rise in IoT breeds new type of embedded memory
Resistive RAM (RRAM) technology claims to provide the cost competitiveness needed for consumer electronics, home appliances, wireless sensors networks and even disposable electronics.
2015-12-23 Grasp soft-decoding in SSD controllers
In this article, we will take a look at what happens when that initial decode fails and how soft data can be used to recover data on the SSD.
1999-12-22 Computers of the next millennium: Unplugged
My daughter is fairly computer literate and does not give much thought to the Y2K problem or the possibility of computers/software failing at the end of the millennium. But my wife lives in terror, fearing that planes will fall out of the sky, power utilities will fail (not mention computer banking systems), and even the
2004-09-24 Yale team builds chips for quantum computing
Demonstrating a new paradigm for quantum computing, Yale University researchers have built what they call QED IC to manipulate quantum bits.
2008-06-10 Xilinx tips coding solution for LTE wireless systems
Xilinx Inc. has made available a performance-optimized programmable turbo coding solutions for LTE wireless systems.
2000-03-01 Taking new stabs at programmable analog
Programmable logic has some traditional advantages over ASIC design. The gate count of FPGAs approaches that of custom circuits. FPGAs can be programmed?and re-programmed?out in the field, enabling fast time to market. ASICs, in comparison, need careful attention to layout and fabrication technology. It can take anywhere from six weeks to two years (depending on the complexity of the circuit) to get an ASIC working properly.
2005-01-18 Taking a walk inside Bluetooth EDR
There's no doubt that Bluetooth technology has started to gain hold in the communication sector.
2016-05-04 Selecting memory for high performance FPGA platforms
Given the competitive advantage a few nanoseconds can make, the type of memory used is also a critical aspect when building a custom FPGA-based solution.
2014-06-19 RF design staple finds use in quantum computing
With the ability to create any waveform imaginable for a wide range of applications, arbitrary waveform generators are being used to work out the manipulation of qubits to develop quantum computers.
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