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2010-04-12 UHF ICs offer tag tamper alarm, privacy mode options
NXP offers the UCODE G2iL and G2iL+ UHF chips featuring tag tamper alarm, privacy mode options and password-protected data transfer or digital switch.
2008-11-03 Trimming standby power supply consumption
Consumer electronics and home appliances, and in general all electronic equipment, play a key role in the reduction of the energy consumption. This requires a continuous technological improvement of all electronics products. New advanced solutions must be continuously and rapidly developed with high quality, efficiency and respect for the environment.
2012-07-04 Transponder tips low frequency for RFID apps
Atmel's ATA5577M1330C-PP low-frequency RFID transponder features a unique analog front end register that enables analog behavior to be tuned in a closed and sealed transponder for easier design and production.
2006-07-04 Touchscreen has noncontact sensing, fingerprint reading
Motion Computing's LS800 is a slate PC built around a central design teneta pen-input screen. This article examines how this technology works.
2012-01-03 Top smartphone trends of 2011
As we begin the new year, it is worth recording some of the more significant episodes that left their mark on the mobile market in 2011.
2004-12-13 Too many radios, too little cell space
Cellphone makers are about to find out how many radios they can squeeze into a handset.
2008-09-10 Tiny switches respond to security cards' risks
Peratech has developed switches made from an ultrathin pressure sensitive material, which the company claims can overcome the risks of "contactless skimming" in security cards.
2006-12-08 TI, RFID4U propose smart processes for RFID label
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) and RFID4U proposed that proper tag testing and verification can increase the chances of achieving "five-nines" performance (five read points at a 99.999 percent read rate) for RFID-labeled products.
2005-01-19 TI, Impinj agree to work together on RFID standard update
Fabless semiconductor startup Impinj Inc., whose patented Self-Adaptive Silicon technology is being applied to radio frequency identification (RFID) products, has agreed to cooperate with Texas Instruments Inc. on the development of products that are compliant with a standard ratified by EPCglobal Inc., according to Impinj.
2005-03-07 TI's VP outlines strategy to drive apps for RFID technology
With the RFID market poised to surge from millions to tens of billions of tags over the next five years, a critical mass of the technology will spur innovation and new applications across the enterprise value chain, according to Julie England, VP of Texas Instruments and general manager of the company's RFID business.
2010-09-30 TI honors innovative microcontroller designs
Texas Instruments hands out DesignStellaris awards to innovative designs
2002-09-11 TI CardBus controller supports multiple Flash media
The PCI1620 CardBus controller chip from Texas Instruments Inc. is claimed to read multiple types of Flash media - including Smart Media, Secure Digital, Memory Stick, and MultiMediaCards.
2009-01-28 The myth of width: When wide screens don't work
The displays of the world are getting wider. For those of us who work, this is not progress.
2011-12-28 TFT-LCD market awaits fate in 1Q12
The sluggish market demand and downstream clients' conservative inventory stock-up resulted in the panel industry to suffer in 2H11.
2003-12-01 Testing an A/D's power supply rejection ratio
This article describes an easy way to measure the system's AC power supply rejection and quickly determine how badly the power supplies are corrupting the system dynamics.
2005-08-22 Ten steps to a low cost, high performance switcher to power your FPGA
Here's a simple synchronous buck regulator circuit that can provide high performance at a very low cost.
2009-07-13 Temp sensor provides thousandth of a degree precision
Cambridge Temperature Concepts has designed a wireless temperature sensor that can measure body temperature to within a thousandth of a degree, while current solutions typically have precision of a tenth of a degree.
2004-11-05 TDK unveils three smart card interface circuits
TDK debuted its 73S8023C, 73S8024C and 73S8010C smart card interface circuits that possess an efficiency of 85 percent and a small size step-up/step-down converter.
2004-11-09 TDK rolls out SoCs for low-cost smart card readers
During the Cartes 2004, TDK unveiled its new TDK 73S12xx family of 8bit SoCs dedicated to low-cost smart card readers.
2005-08-23 TDK changes corporate name to Teridian Semiconductor
Mixed-signal IC provider TDK Semiconductor Corp. has changed its name to Teridian Semiconductor Corp., which is effective immediately.
2012-12-04 Taking apart the latest iMac
This teardown from iFixit showcases the iMac Intel 21.5 inch EMC 2544 which features a thinner case and a quad-core Intel i5 or i7 processor.
2006-11-10 Taiwan's Mosel preps solar cell, RFID biz
Mosel Vitelic has shown progress in its solar cell and RFID business, with solar cell production equipment to be prepped up early next year, and RFID volume production to begin in the Q1 of 2007.
2007-06-05 Taiwan's miCard: The memory card to end all memory cards?
With 60MBps in throughput, Tawain's new memory card formatthe miCardtrounces all mainstream cards in speed.
2011-07-25 Taiwan postcards: A reporter's photojournal
EE Times' Rick Merritt shares photographs from his trip to Taipe and Hsinchu, where he visited ODMs, the companies who design and make the vast majority of the world's notebooks, desktops and servers.
2010-04-28 Taiwan PC, LCD makers enjoy Q1 upturn
Taiwan's PC industry Q1 10 sales hit $25.1 billion from $16.53 billion in Q1 09, while LCD revenues jumped 125 percent to $8.7 billion from $3.86 billion in the same period a year ago.
2011-07-26 Taiwan IC industry to benefit from Apple
Many Taiwan semiconductor companies, as well as packaging companies, are set to benefit from Apple's spending cycle.
2009-06-03 Taiwan firm buys e-paper supplier for $215M
Taiwan supplier of small- and medium-sized displays Prime View International (PVI) is set to acquire electronic paper display technology pioneer E Ink Corp.
2002-04-23 TaiSol connector supports various media cards
The 4-in-1 memory-card connector from TaiSol Electronics Co. Ltd has a single slot that accepts either a smart media card, memory stick, SD card, or a MultiMediaCard.
2011-06-14 Tablets push DRAM demand
According to IHS, tablets will consume exponentially more DRAM in the years ahead, particularly if bookseller Amazon introduces its own tablet to rival iPad.
2012-02-24 Tablet sales to spike, iPad stays supreme
This year, sales of tablets are seen to reach 9.4 million units, a 53.1 percent increase compared to 6.2 million units last year.
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