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2010-04-13 DC/DC converter dev't tools pack fault protection
The isolated DC/DC converter evaluation board and reference design help power supply designers get higher power density in networking, communications and high-end server applications.
2014-09-30 Creating winning designs for wearables
Know the features and functions that drive a wearable product's energy budget and computational requirements, including the selection of MCUs that meet the product's design requirements.
2008-07-16 Conquer ULC handset design challenges
Ultralow-cost (ULC) handsets have been a hot topic in the past three years. ULC today refers to handsets that can be built for $20 or less. They represent a unique segment of the cellular market and require a unique set of strategies for success.
2010-06-18 Clock cleaner IC eliminates unwanted noise
The Si5317 pin-controlled jitter cleaning clock IC provides jitter filtering to remove unwanted noise and produces low jitter outputs for a wide range of applications.
2008-08-08 Changing times: MCU architectures
For a system designer looking to choose a microcontroller, the vast array of available MCUs can make the search quite complex.
2012-12-04 Challenges of display integrated with touch
Know the opportunities and challenges that still exist with this technology, as well as the response of the discrete sensor vendors.
2014-04-01 CEO of China's SMIC talks about global expansion
EE Times correspondent Junko Yoshida sat down with SMIC CEO Tzu-Yin Chiu in a one-on-one interview that revealed the company's interest to expand globally.
2014-11-28 Boost data rates with clock generators
To meet the intensifying demands for higher data rates, high-speed networking and data centre equipment calls for frequency-flexible clock generator IC solutions to support faster data rates.
2014-07-18 Bluetooth battles Thread for IoT supremacy
Thread is a mesh networking protocol said to combine the best parts of existing techniques to enhance device connectivity for IoT. Bluetooth SIG, however, claims Bluetooth Smart has already been doing this low-power approach.
2014-03-07 Benchmark calculates energy efficiency
The initial release of EMBC's ULPBench series measures the CPU core efficiency for 8bit, 16bit, and 32bit microcontrollers.
2015-02-13 BeBop weaves sensors into fabrics
Rather than measure speed or heartbeat, BeBop's layered sensors can measure bend, location, motion, rotation, angle and torque with applications from athletic clothing to smart insoles.
2006-07-05 Axiom debuts CMOS power amps for mobiles
Axiom claims it's the first-to-market inventor of a patented quad-band CMOS-based power amplifier for cellphones.
2011-02-16 Atmel, Nvidia design kit enables next-gen mobile devices
Nvidia's Tegra 2 ARM-based processor and Atmel's mXT1386 touch-screen chipset will help OEMs fast-track development of Android-based smartphones, tablet PCs and other mobile Internet devices.
2015-06-25 Atmel marks spot in IoT space
Atmel's place in the IoT universe is in wireless routers/smartphones and customised gateways. Atmel is not present in the enterprise IoT space where databases and servers play critical roles.
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.
2007-11-15 Analog renders ultrasizzling 3G phone
The N95 gets anointed in Nokia's marketing as a "multimedia computer," but in one view, it's the still the analog IC that sets it apart.
2010-01-21 AMD zooms to 2nd place in fabless IC list
IC Insights reports that only seven fabless IC companies out of the top 25 managed to grow their revenue in 2009, while AMD jumped to number two, courtesy of GlobalFoundries.
2008-06-27 Advanced encryption standard
The Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is an algorithm used to encrypt and decrypt data for the purposes of protecting the data when it is transmitted electronically. The AES algorithm allows for the use of cipher keys that are 128-, 192-, or 256bits long to protect data in 16byte blocks.
2015-09-14 Addressing PCB size limits in wearables
Wireless wearable applications call for a degree of IC, package, and board size reductions that only wafer-level chip-scale integration can solve.
2013-03-05 Adding class D audio to embedded systems
Learn about the various implementations of class D amplifiers.
2013-07-16 Adapting a PCIe design to specific app needs
With the appropriate mix of PCIe clock generators and buffers, embedded systems developers can address the unique requirements of various applications.
2013-09-18 Achieving better smartphone voice quality
Emerging audio processing algorithms can help smartphones address severe signal quality problems due to their physical design.
2015-03-27 $10k worth of components up for grabs in IoT design contest
The contest runs from now until through July 17, 2015, with three winners to be announced on August 3, 2015. Visitors to the www.YourIoTContest.com site will vote to decide on 15 finalists.
2004-09-24 Yale team builds chips for quantum computing
Demonstrating a new paradigm for quantum computing, Yale University researchers have built what they call QED IC to manipulate quantum bits.
2009-05-25 Xilinx helps boost embedded system design at Beijing U
Xilinx University Program, Beijing University of Technology and the Chinese Ministry of Education have entered a joint venture that has culminated in the grand opening of a new BJUT-Xilinx Advanced Research & Teaching Facility.
2008-08-13 World's first 3D chip technology surfaces
The world's first 3D chip process is ready for licensing from the fabless semiconductor design house BeSang.
2009-12-14 Wireless Gigabit 60GHz spec delivers 1-7Gbit/s
The Wireless Gigabit Alliance previewed its specification for 60GHz links capable of sending data at rates of 1-7Gbit/s.
2000-07-01 Wireless future: At what cost?
I recently attended "Bluetooth Geneva," a conference sponsored by UK-based IIR Limited. Bluetooth, a proposal by cellphone makers Nokia and Ericsson along with computer makers IBM, Intel and Toshiba, is now endorsed by over 1,600 manufacturers. That this technology is hot is evidenced by the questions from the Taiwanese engineers at the executive panel discussion, "Interfacing for the Millennium," sponsored by Global Sources during the IIC-Taipei conference in May. Bluetooth was intended to link portable PCs and cellphones with a short distance wireless link. In principle, it will enable you to download an address book from your PC to your cellphone. Though it frequency hops at 2.45GHz, the Bluetooth transceiver was conceived as dumb, low power (10mW), and cheap.
2010-04-16 When will memristors be ready for prime time?
While memristors represent a potential revolution in electronic-circuit theory akin to the invention of the transistor, it will take a killer application to get it off the ground.
2014-10-27 Wearables in enterprises: Good, bad, inevitable
Innovations are expected to happen first in the enterprise, with the first wave of employees to use them include technicians, doctors, police and construction workers. However, chief information officers should brace themselves for security and integration challenges.
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