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What is smart grid?
Smart grid is a nickname given for a wide palette of utility applications, typified by two-way digital communication, that enhance and automate the monitoring and control of electrical distribution.
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2013-04-08 Silicon Labs gets ZigBee IP golden unit certification
The Ember ZigBee solutions meet the ZigBee Alliance specification for end-to-end IPv6-based wireless mesh networking.
2014-08-13 Signal generation tools take on Wi-SUN and LTE/LTE-Advanced
These tools further ease the signal generation requirements for R&D and manufacturing engineers developing or testing the conformance of devices to the Wi-SUN and LTE/LTE-A standards.
2010-03-10 Short-range transceiver handles 2.4GHz ISM band
Analog Devices Inc. has released a RF transceiver targeting short-range wireless systems in the global 2.4GHz ISM (industrial, science and medical) band.
2015-04-02 Secure encryption systems against side-channel attacks
Vendors must now look into the process of designing and testing to guard their systems against side-channel attacks. This process begins with understanding how such threats operate.
2009-09-17 Samsung Electro-Mechanics gets Zigbee RF4CE stamp
Samsung Electro-Mechanics has received ZigBee RF4CE certification for the first time in Korea.
2014-10-07 RF platform integrates transceiver, MCU, Wi-SUN software
Touted as the first Wi-SUN ready solution, the combination of RF transceiver, MCU and software stack will directly benefit engineers building Japan's metering infrastructure.
2012-09-18 Review of wireless connectivity protocols for embedded systems
Learn about design strategies for easily and quickly incorporating wireless connectivity into an embedded design.
2010-02-18 Researchers detail parallel programming progress
Researchers offered an update on their work to find new programming models for tomorrow's many-core processors at an annual event at the University of California at Berkeley.
2011-05-03 Report: Solar industry to increase energy system by 2016
A report conducted by NanoMarkets shows the market for energy storage in the solar power industry by $953 million in 2016, rising to $1.5 billion in 2018.
2014-12-15 Renesas touts soft error-free, low-power SRAM devices
The RMLV08 adds five products in its line-up that boast a density of 8Mb and use a fine fabrication process technology with a circuit linewidth of 110nm.
2013-03-22 Readers' top product picks of 2012
The top ten most read product announcements of EE Times Asia's engineering community.
2011-03-29 Quake teaches powerful lessons to chip industry
One important lesson to be learned from the Japan quake is that recovery depends on a company's care and efficiency in choosing a site for a fab, and on safety processes currently in place.
2008-11-17 Powerline unification misses the cut
A proposal to unify competing powerline networking technologies failed in a vote at a standards meeting in Madrid, Spain, in October, sending engineers back to the drawing board.
2014-06-12 PLC modems support G3, PRIME, IEEE-1901.2 standards
Developers can use the TMDSPLCKITV4 platform from TI to create a single PLC project with support for all three major standards across multiple spectrum bands.
2011-01-11 Persona ICE Platform powers tablets, enables connected home
Designed in a low power 40nm CMOS silicon process, Broadcom's next-gen Persona ICE Solution gets picked by Compal Electronics to address growing tablet and connected home market.
2011-11-18 Oscillators operate from 2.5-3.3V
The Stratum 3-compliant silicon MEMS timing solutions offer 0.1PPM frequency stability in the 0C to 70C range.
2012-10-31 Opinion: NXP's China conundrum
NXP discusses how the economic slowdown in China, where it generates close to half of its revenue, is affecting the chip maker.
2010-07-28 NXP expands technology offering with Jennic buy
By acquiring short-range wireless technology firm Jennic, NXP will able to offer the broadest range of long- and short-range wireless platforms to meet any customer requirement.
2010-01-14 NI tips trend toward FPGA-based systems, HIL simulation
NI's Chandran Nair sees a clear trend toward FPGA-based control systems in the power sector, wireless data acquisition systems and hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulation.
2009-03-25 Mounting layoffs fire up offshoring debate
The offshoring debate heats up with labor groups slamming companies for shipping jobs overseas at a time of spiraling U.S. high-tech unemployment.
2010-02-11 Monopole antennas deliver high-quality radio interface
Pulse is offering a set of monopole antennas antennas provide a high-quality radio interface for multi-purpose machine-to-machine devices.
2015-01-27 Microsemi, ST team up for electric car charger
The module for EV supply equipment featuring V2G communication and support for various network and application protocols from Tatung, uses the Le87501 PLC line driver and the ST2100 STreamPlug SoC.
2010-05-05 MCU platform packs sub-1GHz RF transceiver
Texas Instruments Inc. offers its CC430F513x microcontrollers supported by a rich developer ecosystem, offering complete, scalable hardware and software for single-chip RF solutions.
2011-05-23 M2M wireless firm set up by CSR co-founders
Founders of the new M2M wireless company claim its terminals will be very low-power and low-cost, while its network will be able to scale to support billions of devices simultaneously.
2011-04-18 Low-cost flow battery from zinc-bromide technology
ZBB and Honam form a partnership to develop and manufacture low-cost flow battery using ZBB's zinc-bromide technology.
2010-09-16 Low-cost DSP boasts 800MMAC performance
New Analog Devices' new microprocessor brings affordability, high DSP performance
2010-08-04 LG gears up green energy initiative
LG Electronics recently unveiled the world's first solar-powered air conditioner as part of its "green" energy initiative. Over the next five years, the South Korean company will promote energy efficiency across all it business groups, including solid-state lighting.
2008-12-17 It takes a village to sell an electric car
Auto industry executives say they will couple their first mass-market electric cars with a big dose of community outreach, with the hope of making the new generation of vehicles more desirable and convenient to consumers.
2011-06-15 IP core supports HSR protocol
Lattice Semiconductor Corp. and Flexibilis Oy unveil the triple speed Flexibilis Ethernet Switch IP cores operating on Ethernet Layer 2 and can switch with Gigabit forwarding capacity per port.
2010-02-19 Intel looks into nanoscale power storage
Intel researchers are checking nanoscale materials that could be used to create ultracapacitors with a greater energy density than today's Li-ion batteries.
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