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2008-06-16 Lattice rolls LTE wireless offering
The folks at Lattice have announced the availability of a 3GPP Long-Term Evolution Convolutional Turbo Code Decoder IP core from TurboConcept, a member of the ispLeverCORE Connection IP partners program.
2006-07-25 Korea Telecom picks picoChip for Femtocell devt
picoChip announced that it has signed a partnership agreement with Korea Telecom to develop WiBro/WiMAX access points, sometimes called Femtocells or Home-Basestations.
2004-02-16 Keys to reconfigurable SDR system design
The article presents three techniques to make SDR systems reconfigurable and adapt to emerging standards.
2012-06-27 JEDEC releases updated UFS standard
JESD220A Universal Flash Storage v1.1 contains important amendments and references to the latest related MIPI Alliance specifications.
2014-11-25 Japan seeks to gain tech supremacy with IoT
At the Embedded Technology 2014 last week, Japanese exhibitors, whole-heartedly embracing IoT and its technology building blocks, were busy showing solutions bridging the old and new.
2013-03-15 Issues in using 3rd party IP in ASIC/SoC design
Know some of the common challenges in integrating and using 3rd party IPs in today's high-end ASIC/SoCs.
2014-06-03 IP Accelerated speeds up IP integration with SoCs
This Synopsys initiative features the addition of IP Prototyping Kits, IP Virtual Development Kits, and customised IP sub-systems to help achieve faster IP prototyping and integration.
2008-11-05 Internet TV: Next attraction
Now, the pieces are being integrated to turn today's appealing flat-panel screens into full Internet clients.
2005-03-09 Intel-compatible PC/104-Plus module makes GbE connections
Winsystems's new PPM-Gigabit module uses Intel's 82541ER controller to meet the IEEE-802.3ab specs for BER performance.
2003-01-24 Intel tips plans for reconfigurable radio architecture
Intel Corp. has provided the first details of its reconfigurable radio architecture at the Software-Defined Radio Forum.
2004-12-16 Intel sets timeline for WiMAX chips
Intel eyes 2006 as a realistic timeline for the rollout of its WiMAX chips.
2007-07-25 Intel 10GbE chip chucks TOE, extends reach
Intel has unveiled a 10GbE controller that does away with TOE and RDMA support but takes in a pre-standard version of congestion management.
2012-08-09 Improve SoC yields with diagnostic and repair tools for embedded memory
Learn about embedded memory test solutions, including fault detection in very deep submicron technologies, repair at the manufacturing level, as well as diagnosis for process improvement and field repair capabilities.
2013-10-14 Importance of low power sensing for IoT
Time-synchronized channel hopping has a considerable role in overcoming the low power challenges of ubiquitous IoT connectivity.
2013-03-20 Implement two-stage protection in GbE applications
Optimal and affordable circuit protection for sensitive GbE-based equipment is now possible.
2012-01-18 Impact of 4Gbps FireWire on industrial apps
Find out how FireWire paves the way for more advances in industrial applications.
2008-12-24 IEEE approves powerline baseline standard
The IEEE's P1901 working group approved Dec. 19 at a meeting in Kyoto a set of baseline technologies powerline nets, breaking a two-year deadlock.
2004-07-21 IEEE 802.3 forms residential Ethernet study group
With the backing of several consumer electronics manufacturers, the IEEE 802.3 committee has formed a study group Thursday (July 16, 2004) that will explore the need for an Ethernet specification for residential applications.
2013-01-28 IEEE 802.22-based TVWS base station prototype unveiled
The development for the first prototypes of base station and consumer premise equipment based on the IEEE 802.22 standard has been completed.
2010-02-18 IC firms push LTE interoperability dev't testing
Altair, TI and Wintegra have collaborated with other system partners to create an end-to-end LTE base station and mobile interoperability development testing platform.
2015-09-21 Hybrid emulation: A practical solution
In this article, we show how the hybrid combination of virtual platform and FPGA hardware offers a best-of-both-worlds approach.
2009-05-25 HSPA+ femtocell chip supports 8 users
picoChip has released the picoXcell PC312 HSPA+ femtocell SoC, claimed to be the first such device to support eight users, with simultaneous voice and data services.
2014-09-16 How to catch elusive bugs without using debugger
Sometimes alternative debugging techniques must be utilised for tracking software bugs so elusive that they do not get caught by a hardware debugger.
2014-11-27 How to achieve 200-400GE network buffer speeds
Know how a serial chip-to-chip protocol, with 200-400 GE data rates and 4.5 B read/write transactions, can be used to eliminate throughput bottlenecks at the processor/external DDR memory interface.
2013-04-11 How to accelerate memory characterisation
A new dynamic partitioning methodology addresses the limitations of existing approaches and enables the capacity and throughput requirements for characterisation of multi-million-bit memory cells.
2015-12-01 HMC, HBM gain wider appeal for computing networking apps
An expert said that while HMC and HBM products are rolling out along with DDR4, it's clear there's room for all three technologies to find market share as standards take time to settle into place.
2007-02-01 High-speed interconnects reshape board
A handful of high-speed interconnects are driving changes in how designers handle fast signals. The Scalable System Packet Interface from the Optical Internetworking Forum aims to carry data at 6Gbps and up between chips or boards in a communications system.
2002-02-22 Hifn security processor handles up to 4Gbps data flow
The 3010 Secure Flow processor can handle data flows of up to 4Gbps, allowing network security OEMs to produce cost-effective firewalls that run at multi-gigabit speeds.
2008-07-01 Hardware secures standards
With global competition growing in ferocity, standards of conduct getting looser, and the manufacturing supply chain operating in countries with weak intellectual-property protection, what's the best way to safeguard the security keys integral to standards-based security schemes for everything from HDTV to iPods?
2015-11-03 Hardware emulation for complex networking chips
To overcome network congestion and outages, project teams designing complex switches and routers have turned to hardware emulation as the foundation for their verification strategy.
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