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2004-02-05 Oxford bridge IC increases data transfer
The bridge IC from Oxford Semiconductor Ltd offers increased data transfer performance.
2006-11-15 ORBexpress FPGA revs multiple processor designs
ORBexpress FPGA provides location transparency and processing mobility, enabling faster design cycles for systems that employ multiple processor technologies.
2006-12-18 SDR devt kit eases design of multiprotocol radios
With its new SDR development kit, TI said developers can easily design waveforms as well as create and test single or multiprotocol radios for applications in military, public safety, commercial, PMR and LMR communication systems.
2006-11-17 Research firm sees flourishing market for media server
The media server market is gaining momentum as large end-user platform vendors release a variety of products for digital distribution and content shifting in the home and over the Internet, reports ABI Research.
2006-04-24 Prototyping-to-production kit accelerates software-defined radio
Xilinx and ISR Technologies announce the availability of a prototyping-to-production kit that accelerates implementation of software-defined radio modems.
2003-11-03 Oxford bridge chip offers 88MBps transfer rate
The OXFW912 from Oxford Semiconductor is claimed as the first FireWire800 (IEEE1394b) to IDE (ATA7) bridge chip to maximize transfer rates for both single- and dual-disk drives.
2005-12-12 NEC develops paper-thin mobile battery
NEC said it has developed a flexible, paper-thin battery that eventually will be usable by a variety of mobile devices.
2006-07-20 Design forum is heavy on ESL this year
The Design Automation Conference next week in San Francisco, California comes with a program heavy on ESL and embedded systems design, design-for-manufacturability, power-aware design and verification. See the details inside.
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