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2003-04-28 TI RS-485 transceivers stretch voltage range
A line of RS-485 transceivers from Texas Instruments offers a common-mode voltage range of -20V to 25V or more than double the range in TIA/EIA-485.
2004-01-16 Stretch TDM network to meet next-gen needs
Time-slot interchangers have morphed into a vital, low-cost means of extending TDM networks to meet increasing performance demands.
2007-05-01 Stretch slashes IC cost by two-thirds
Startup Stretch Inc. has revamped its management and its architecture, slashing the cost of its reconfigurable processor by almost two-thirds while claiming a significant performance boost as it seeks design wins in broadcast, WiMAX and security systems.
2004-10-27 Stretch presents PMC-Sierra-based system platform
PMC-Sierra Inc. and Stretch Inc. have announced the S56DVK10 development platform.
2008-03-13 Stretch delivers support for H.264 SVC
Configurable processor vendor Stretch now supports the SVC extension to the H.264 standard.
2006-03-01 Smart radios stretch spectrum
The wireless industry has embraced the belief that cognitive is the next big thing after software-defined radio.
2012-11-21 Panasonic, Ericsson to stretch Ethernet, 4G capabilities
Panasonic, Ericsson, Finisar and Hitachi are set to unveil at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference devices pushing wired and wireless communications forward.
2004-11-16 Fast Fourier transforms speed up, stretch out
The move toward wideband networking standards has created an immediate need for a wide-spectrum test equipment.
2007-12-17 Electronic wires stretch to double their length
An IMEC laboratory at the University of Ghent in Belgium has realized interconnections for elastic electronic wires that can be stretched to twice their original length while maintaining electrical conductivity.
2002-02-01 DSPs stretch to meet complex RF demands
This article serves as an overview as to how DSPs can be maximized for voice-over-packet processing functions in voice aggregation gateways with a wide range of echo cancellation and codec algorithms.
2014-05-26 Reboot steers Exar to industrial, networking markets
CEO Louis DiNardo described how Exar purchased firms to get a leg up on: software with Althior, analogue products with Cadeka, video surveillance tech with Stretch, and analogue/mixed signal with iML.
2013-07-23 Configurable processors as substitute for FPGAs
Here's an alternative to the traditional FPGA approach to creating a custom system.
2009-01-27 Configurable processor suits power-, space-constrained apps
Stretch introduces the S6107, the newest member of its S6000 software configurable processor family. The S6107 shares the same high-performance S6 engine as other S6000 family members and is optimized for low operating power.
2008-04-03 Ref design cuts cost of PC-based video surveillance
The high channel-density reference design from Conexant and Stretch enables cost-effective and scalable video capture on PCs.
2007-10-24 Quest on for next 'big thing' in semiconductor industry
The semiconductor industry may be on its last stretch, according to the consensus of researchers who are looking for the next 'big thing.'
2014-06-18 Qualcomm advocates monolithic 3D adoption
The chipmaker appears to be making a concentrated effort to employ 3D integration technology to stretch out the semiconductor roadmap beyond the scaling trajectory predicted by Moore's Law.
2005-04-18 Process improvements for SoC developments
SoC designs for transport silicon carry with them complexity that can stretch traditional chip development techniques to the breaking point.
2008-09-08 PCIe DVR cards render real-time H.264 encoding
Leveraging the processing power of the Stretch S6000 family of software configurable processors, the VRC6000 series delivers real-time D1 H.264 encoding and unsurpassed channel density in a short form-factor PCIe add-in card.
2008-08-18 IP camera design optimizes powerful processor
The S6106, Stretch Inc.'s latest member of its S6000 family of software configurable processors, boasts its low-operating power and a compact 17mm x 17mm plastic BGA package. This is suitable for space and power constrained applications.
2009-11-25 HD DVR design kit supports hexaplex operation
Stretch Inc. has released a hybrid high-definition (HD) standalone DVR reference design for video surveillance OEMs and ODMs looking to incorporate advanced features into their products.
2007-08-27 Configurable processor drives video surveillance systems
Stretch Inc. has wrapped reference designs and software around its S6000 configurable processor to build low cost networked surveillance cameras and video recorders.
2013-08-26 China Mobile TD-LTE deployment to extend next year
Mobile Experts said RF semiconductor suppliers are ramping up production that corresponds with delivery of 207,000 TD-LTE base stations, but will stretch deliveries over a period of about 18 months.
2011-02-02 AMD graphics cards drive dual DVI displays
The AMD FirePro 2270 and ATI FirePro V5800 DVI graphics cards can drive two DVI displays and stretch one application across two screens for an expanded field of view and enhanced productivity.
2015-02-16 World's greatest cars: Is yours on the list?
Much more than being able to carry us from point A to point B, today's cars have transformed from being a simple means of transportation into something short of science fiction contraptions.
2005-08-15 With FSA Spice checklist in place, is oversight needed?
The Fabless Semiconductor Association (FSA)'s standardized mixed-signal/RF Spice model checklist has been finalized and published. All of the major foundries have pledged to deliver the completed checklist with all Spice models by the end of the year.
2010-05-12 WiGig joins hands with SiBeam, Wi-Fi Alliance
The Wireless Gigabit Alliance has struck a deal with the Wi-Fi Alliance to have its specification for 60GHz networking considered as the next generation of Wi-Fi.
2004-11-01 When custom ASICs aren't the answer
Given their lower costs at high volumes, custom ASICs would be the logical choice. But that's often not the case.
2012-01-17 What's the future of connected TVs?
George Haber of silicon tuner vendor Cresta Technologies believes TVs first have to overcome their regional limitations before becoming truly hi-tech.
2011-12-22 USBs, peripherals take center stage
USB has become ubiquitous on almost every consumer electronic device, from smartphones to PCs, TVs to game consoles, disk drives to tablets, cameras and much more besides.
2011-06-23 Upcoming technologies push power revolution
Several electronic technologies are playing high-profile roles in power revolution, among them 3D transistors, solid-state lighting, energy harvesting, superconducting cable and silicon carbide components.
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