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2015-06-26 What are the advantages of using USB Type-C?
Using the USB Type-C allows manufacturers to deliver power, data and display over a single connector, cable and port. It is good for over 100W, high-speed data and a 4K display.
2014-09-24 VESA extends DisplayPort support to USB Type-C interface
The specification leverages the Alt Mode functional extension of USB Type?C, repurposing some or all of the four existing SuperSpeed USB lanes to deliver full DisplayPort performance.
2015-08-20 USB Type-C: Amid the promises and confusion
The latest iteration of the USB truly affords a wealth of benefits, especially with its power delivery feature, but analysts may bring potential confusion to consumers.
2015-09-28 Type-C test fixtures flaunt high signal integrity
The Keysight N7015A claims to offer up to 30GHz, enabling engineers to verify and debug USB 3.1 Gen 2 designs and designs using other high-speed signal standards that support the Type-C connector.
2015-12-15 Keysight flaunts compliance test sol'n for USB Type-C
Keysight released an updated MOI document for cable and connector assembly compliance tests defined in Rev. 1.1 of the USB Type-C specification and Rev. 1.0 of the USB Type-C CTS.
2015-05-26 Exploring the design implications of USB Type-C
USB Type-C is quite a huge deal for the USB community and IP developers. What are the gotchas? Is there no pain with this gain?
2015-08-05 Binding the world under one tech: Can USB Type C do it?
Armed with MHL and now with SuperMHL technologies, both from Silicon Image, Lattice introduced its superMHL chips designed to work over USB Type C connectors.
2015-06-04 USB Power Delivery controllers get USB-IF certification
The EZ-PD CCG1 (CYPD1103) and EZ-PD CCG2 (CYPD2103) controllers from Cypress Semiconductor have received Product Test IDs 1095059 and 1095054, respectively.
2016-02-29 20W USB-PD compliant fast chargers for smart mobile devices
The DER-533 pairs the EZ-PD CCG2 USB Type-C port controller from Cypress with Power Integrations' InnoSwitch-CP off-line CV/CC flyback switcher IC to produce a standards-compliant power adapter.
2005-12-22 ERNI expands ERmet line-up
Erni expanded its ERmet family of 2mm HM connectors to include through-hole reflow versions of the type C connectors.
2015-01-28 Will technology put humans out of work?
The 15-minute video, entitled "Humans need not apply," puts forward the case that advances in technology are inevitably going to make people in all runs of working lifeunskilled, skilled, professional and creativeobsolete.
2007-11-26 TFT LCD controller supports WQVGA
Renesas Technology Corp. has released the R61517, a single-chip LCD controller-driver that supports amorphous WQVGA (240 x 432 pixels) size TFT color LCD modules.
2007-05-01 Sony, NXP team on contactless platform
Buoyed by its success in Japan, Sony Corp. is looking to an upcoming joint venture with NXP Semiconductors as a way to expand the reach of its Felica contactless smart-card technology.
2005-06-20 Philips, TI team on EPC Gen 2 RFID deployment
Semiconductor suppliers Royal Philips Electronics and Texas Instruments Inc. have announced an agreement to cooperate on conformance testing for the technical interpretation of the EPCglobal Electronic Product Code Generation 2 RFID standard.
2008-05-15 Omron adds security protocol to RFID reader/writer
Omron, in cooperation with Hitachi, has achieved compatibility between its V750 series UHF RFID reader/writer and Secure RFID Protocol.
2016-04-08 No more frustrating connection tries with AQ15 Series USB
Phihong's latest USB power adapter is versatile enough to be used in a wide range of devices and designs, and is available with North American and European prongs.
2015-05-05 Lattice-Silicon Image union opens door for FPGA, ASSP fusion
Darin Billerbeck, CEO of Lattice, describes the acquisition of Silicon Image as an ideal match between an FPGA company and an ASSP vendor. The merger may have pushed Intel to set its eyes on Altera.
2002-03-21 Kestar varistor comes coated with fireproof epoxy
The MYL series lightning-proof varistors are coated with fireproof epoxy, making them suitable for use in lightning protection applications in communication power supply entrance facilities, industrial switch cabinets, and road, railway, and aviation signal systems.
2014-11-24 Japan's Megachips eyes sensor hubs for IoT devices
Megachips is Japan's only fabless chip company listed among the top 25 in the world by IC Insights. The company has worldwide revenues of more than $600 million.
2006-08-04 Japan project preps tiny inlet for commercial tag duties
Hitachi Ltd will begin volume production this year of an RFID inlet developed by the publicly financed Hibiki project.
2015-11-04 How to maximise efficiency in flyback power supplies
Implementing synchronous rectifier with ideal diode emulators control is an easy and low-cost way to significantly reduce overall power loss.
2014-11-21 Grasping the significance of charge detectors
Learn about the role of charger detectors in the USB battery charging specification rev. 1.2, and understand how they keep the implementation clean and simple to use.
2015-06-01 Google pulls the curtain aside for Android M
The latest software from Google is geared to bridge multiple devices, especially IoT-enabled ones, promising a smooth, intuitive mobile experience, and also supports NFC-based Android Pay.
2016-01-21 Can chip vendors set the agenda for the next big thing?
Designing a good chip isn't enough. You need a platform and unique software algorithms. More important, you need to prototype a system and develop a business model around it.
2016-04-11 AQ15 Series USB connects with efficiency
Phihong's latest USB power adapter is versatile enough to be used in a wide range of devices and designs, and is available with North American and European prongs.
2015-09-08 6th Gen Intel Core processors make market debut
The products support a range of device designs, from the ultra-mobile compute stick, to 2 in 1s and huge high-definition All-in-One desktops, to novel mobile workstations.
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