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2008-08-22 Low-profile slide switches offer right angle actuations
C&K Components has developed a family of miniature slide switches designed specifically for applications where height or surface area is restricted.
2014-06-02 LEDs: Big lights come in small packages
Light emitting diodes are used in an increasing number of applications because although they are tiny devices, LEDs are able to emit a large amount of light.
2008-06-27 I/O controller supports Intel Eaglelake, AMD AM3
Winbond Electronics Corp. announces its next generation Super I/O controller: the W83667HG.
2015-08-13 Exploring the power of Zigbee 3.0
In this article, we take inventory of where things really stand, and make some assessment of where things are going in the Internt of Things market.
2009-03-23 Employ CEC in HDTVs to meet Energy Star 3.0
A TV designer is faced with a host of design challenges to meet Energy Star's 1W or less standby mode requirement. Here's how designers can meet this stringent power requirement without sacrificing any display performance or features that consumers highly value.
2005-11-04 E-Power LEDs are offered in infrared versions
Para Light Corp. introduced infrared versions of its EP2 and EP4 families of E-Power LEDs.
2012-03-06 Design next-gen home networks powered by RF4CE
Read about ZigBee RF4CE technology that can be used to introduce new services and applications to the home.
2013-11-05 Consumer electronics to boost Bluetooth Smart IC market
Worldwide annual shipments of Bluetooth Smart ICs will surge to almost 300 million units in 2018, up from just over 30 million projected at the close of 2013, stated IHS.
2008-07-24 Conexant allows watching TV on PCs
Conexant Systems Inc. has introduced a family of broadcast A/V decoders targeted at PCTV applications, which allow consumers to watch TV on PCs.
2015-06-01 CES Asia: Riding China's consumer electronics wave
The latest CES Asia saw a plethora of products from a number of startups, as well as from long-standing companies, evidently showing a close proximity between product design and manufacturing.
2006-10-06 ARM7 Flash MCUs feature 54MIPS, low-power modes
ST's STR7 family promises 54MIPS (at 60MHz) performance while providing outstanding low power modes.
2005-08-15 WLAN on the move: 802.11xyz
The 802.11 standard (a.k.a. Wi-Fi) may play an even larger role in the future as it continues to evolve.
2015-10-15 Time-of-flight device flaunts accuracy up to 2m
The ISL29501 from Intersil boasts ultra-small size, low-power consumption and superior performance for connected devices aimed at Internet of Things.
2007-12-20 Sony base station streams media content anytime, anywhere
The $250 Sony LF-V30 is 4G in the LocationFree line and adds Wi-Fi connectivity to Ethernet in its network interface.
2008-12-01 Save power with on-off keying
Amplitude shift-keying is a popular modulation technique in digital data comms. A further simplification of this method is on-off keying, as this article explains.
2009-10-23 PWM controllers power DDR3 DIMMs
The IR3522/IR3506 chipset tracks accurately and enables margining between VDDQ and Vtt outputs.
2003-06-16 Networked multimedia success hinges on DSP selection
Selecting DSPs for networked multimedia is complex. One must understand the attributes that could make the difference between a marginal implementation and a robust solution.
2007-09-14 Multiphase DC/DC controller suits power audio amps
Linear Technology had unveiled the LTC3811 dual output synchronous step-down DC/DC controller with multiphase operation, differential output voltage sensing and integrated PLL synchronization.
2010-06-10 LEDs to transmit data, too?
With enough advance work, new LED light fixtures could also be wired into the network backbone, accomplishing wireless communications to any device without burdening the crowded RF bands.
2002-12-16 For Bluetooth it's one step at a time
The solution to the ills of this short-range communications technique may lie in going back to basics.
2014-10-07 Flexing into future: Optimising touch sensing tech for broader markets
Popular consumer products that use multi-touch are fueling the demand for touch sensing solutions. The challenge is that applications have different requirements, but not all of them can afford the hardware, software and power budget associated with the current designs.
2004-08-31 EM Micro RISC MCU provides 4KB ROM
EM Micro introduced a low-power RISC microcontroller that features four high-current I/Os and the equivalent of 4KB ROM, and operates on a 32kHz crystal.
2011-07-08 DC/DC converters offer 18VC40V input range
International Rectifier has launched its 50W DC/DC converters that feature 18V to 40V input range and total ionization dose of over 100 krad (Si).
2006-02-09 DC/DC converter eliminates need for cooling
C&D Technologies introduced a series of non-isolated point-of-load DC/DC converters that is said to eliminate the need for additional components includingin most applicationsheatsinks and external filter circuits.
2012-01-24 DC/DC controller touts 95% efficiency at 2MHz
The LTC3839 operates from 4.5-38V input voltage range and output voltages ranging from 0.6-5.5V.
2014-08-13 Assessing 8bit MCU communication interfaces for IoT
While 8bit MCUs may not be the right fit for every IoT-connected device application, they are good choices for applications requiring small packages, small memory footprints, high functional density, determinism, and speed of response.
2009-02-06 3D sensor moves from car to CE
Emerging consumer electronics applications have prompted smart 3D sensor chip maker Canesta Inc. to adapt its 3D CMOS image technology from automotive applications to a new consumer version of its 3D image processing chip.
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