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2001-05-23 Texas Instruments TMS320VC5409/5421 DSP to PCI Bus
This application note describes how to interface the Texas Instruments TMS320VC5409/5421 digital signal processors (DSPs) to the PCI Bus using the PLX IOP 480 I/O processor. The information can be used to build a high-performance PCI adapter board.
2010-09-01 Demo set for 10GbE iSCSI HBA solution
Broadcom, VMware to show 10GbE/1GbE iSCSI HBA at VMworld 2010
2004-09-16 LSI Logic SATA II adapter with Port Multiplier support
LSI Logic demonstrated what it claims as the industry's only IOP-based Serial ATA II adapter with Port Multiplier support.
2009-02-26 Introduction to audio processing using the WOLA Filterbank coprocessor
This document provides an overview of the features and typical usage of the IOP and the WOLA filterbank coprocessor.
2011-10-28 UPnP compliance testing skyrockets
Device certifications for the home networking standard exceeds 900 while a new test tool streamlines interoperability testing.
2010-04-05 ST develops MEMS sensor for glaucoma treatment
STMicroelectronics will develop and supply a wireless MEMS sensor that acts as a transducer, antenna and mechanical support for additional read-out electronics in a platform developed by Sensimed.
2007-05-16 Multicore spurs RTOS, tool revisions
RTOS and tool providers are aggressively supporting multicore programming and debugging while improving model-driven design, virtual prototyping and C-language compilation.
2002-09-26 Laser sensor ignites advanced petrol research
Laser pressure sensors being developed at Oxford University could lead to cleaner, more efficient, petrol engines.
2014-11-12 Cypress joins ranks of vendors selling MCUs with BLE
A latecomer to the IoT market, Cypress launched its PSoC 4 BLE and PRoC BLE chips positioned to take advantage of the expected upgrade of millions of remote controls from infrared to Bluetooth.
2014-09-23 Bites of energy: Chewing powers PFC chinstrap
A chinstrap made from piezoelectric fibre composites (PFC) can harvest an estimate of 18W of power from jaw movements. Researchers said chewing can yield an average of 7mW, making it one of the most promising candidates for gathering electricity from human body movements.
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