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2013-12-10 Image signal processor geared for 16MP cameras
THine Electronics' THP7312 flaunts higher resolution and more complicated image signal processing for cameras used in smartphones, in-vehicle cameras, drive recorders and security cameras.
2007-08-27 Image sensor integrates MIPI receiver
Micron Technology has designed a MIPI receiver interface into one of its new mobile imaging sensors, helping to advance 3G videophone calling.
2006-11-08 Image processor targets high-end camera phones
Winbond recently introduced an image signal processor designed to support 3Mpixel CMOS sensors for high-end camera phones.
2010-10-28 Huawei to build Brunei FTTH network
Huawei has won an exclusive contract to build a national broadband network in Brunei.
2005-08-18 How to integrate Flash device programming and reduce costs
Flash memory devices offer great value to engineers who seek high-density, low-cost memory devices that are easy to program and erase.
2005-10-03 Higher resolution 3.2MP image sensor targets camera phones
Toshiba America Electronic Components expanded its Dynastron CMOS image sensor product line with the addition of a new 3.2-Megapixel CMOS image sensor chip, aimed at high-end camera-enabled mobile handsets.
2013-07-15 Geometric Processors boasts lens distortion correction
The GW3300 and GW3400 programmable geometric processors from GEO Semiconductor bring dewarping and digital calibration to automotive, surveillance and cloud cameras.
2005-09-01 Functional test targets Intel silicon
ASSET InterTech and International Test Technologies are jointly developing support for Intel Interconnect Built-In Self Test (IBIST) embedded test technology.
2010-06-25 FPGA ref design ups flexibility for HD surveillance cams
From Altera Corp. comes a high-definition (HD), surveillance Internet protocol (IP) camera reference design on a single FPGA
2004-03-18 Foundry Networks readies 10Gb fixed switches
Foundry Networks is about to launch its first fixed-configuration switches capable of 10Gbps rates.
2006-08-16 Flash MCUs offer dual programming partitions
SST's new family of 8bit, 8051-compatible flash MCUs offer a single flash block architecture with two independent program memory partitions.
2007-08-22 Faraday to unveil H.264, WiMedia solutions at ESC-Taiwan
At the7th ESC-Taiwan event, Faraday Technology will showcase its latest platform-based solutions targeted at H.264 and WiMedia applications.
2008-03-06 Evaluation kit revs up low-power design for ISM band
Atmel has introduced an evaluation kit that provides designers a ready-to-use development platform in the low-power wireless market for the 2.4GHz ISM frequency band.
2008-09-05 Embedded JTAG ACE Player
This application note contains a reference design consisting of HDL IP and Xilinx Advanced
2015-02-23 e-con Systems introduces ultra-HD 13Mpx camera
e-con Systems announces the new See3CAM_CU130 which is based on the AR1820HS CMOS image sensor provided with the S-mount (M12) lens mount and has Ultra HD support for video streaming at 30fps in MJPEG over USB3.0.
2010-09-24 DxO, Marvell team up for imaging solutions
Marvell to bundle DxO Labs' programmable hardware core and image processing technology with ARMADA processors
2013-09-16 Drive high-power LED, charge high-voltage battery
Here's a look at a 60V buck-boost controller that delivers 100W to LED headlights or a battery stack.
2014-06-06 Developing heterogeneous multi-core SoC for mobiles
There are applications that are heterogeneous in the sense that they contain layers of functions which can be divided between the CPU array and the GPU.
2007-06-07 Design lib for LCD driver chips debuts
Dongbu HiTek Co. Ltd has developed a special design library that enables higher yields, improved performance and faster time-to-market of LCD driver IC devices implemented at the 130nm CMOS node.
2007-08-16 Deal with power consumption at chip, system levels
Portable designers are faced with a daunting challenge: insatiable global consumer demand for smaller, cheaper, feature-rich portable devices with longer battery lives. With such great demands, they need to aggressively address all aspects of power consumption at both the chip and system levels.
2011-08-26 Corelis, NI offer integrated JTAG solution
Corelis and NI are offering a JTAG solution that provides a seamless path for deploying boundary-scan test and programming capabilities.
2011-08-01 Consumers prefer MEMS-enabled mobile devices
MEMS device activity analyst from Yole Dveloppement, Laurent Robin says, the developments in MEMS will drive accelerometers and magnetometers to be designed in to close to 50 percent of all mobile phones within five years.
2009-10-21 CMOS image sensors increase design flexibility
STMicroelectronics' new sensors offer design options such as Bayer or SoC sensors, support for EdoF and autofocus.
2006-10-04 CMOS image sensors enable smaller camera modules
With a pixel pitch of 2.2?m, Toshiba said its new 2Mpixel and 3.2Mpixel CMOS image sensors enable smaller, space-saving camera modules for cellular phones and other camera-enabled mobile devices.
2012-07-11 CEVA and eyeSight market software-based gesture recognition solution
Advanced human machine interface allows advanced gesture recognition features in smart devices.
2006-07-01 Cellphones get image makeover
The need to improve low-end sensors has become a rallying cry for designers.
2009-10-15 Camera processor IP core supports 18MP
Silicon Image Inc.'s camerIC-18 IP core integrates into DSC and video SoC application processors for mobile devices.
2009-03-02 Camera platform features enhanced processing
OmniVision Technologies Inc. has introduced its latest 8Mpixel solution based on its OmniBSI architecture, which features 1.4?pixel with superior low-light performance, enhanced processing and distortion compensation.
2005-03-02 Camera module with low power consumption in small package
STMicroelectronics introduced its latest single-chip VGA camera module for entry-level mobile phones and other portable devices.
2008-06-19 Boundary-scan controllers allow functional testing
JTAG has unveiled the latest member of its DataBlaster line of boundary-scan controllers that allow electronics manufacturers to easily combine boundary-scan performance and test coverage with functional validation.
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