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2015-04-13 Rubidium miniature atomic clock cuts need for heat sinks
The Quantum MAC SA.3X family from Microsemi is geared for wireless base stations, wire line network infrastructure, defence systems, and test and measurement instruments.
2004-09-03 Chip-scale atomic clock targeted at mobile apps
Researchers at the NIST are claiming a tiny atomic clock they have demonstrated could form the basis of significantly more precise timekeeping than achievable now.
2002-03-21 Self-configuring array enables atomic-scale fabrication
A next-generation configurable circuit architecture is being proposed by a group of designers at startup Cell Matrix Corp. The company is building small prototype chips based on the concept.
2016-02-09 Microsemi develops FPGA-based network time-servers
The NTP servers boast four GigE ports for networking flexibility; provide NTP Stratum 1-level performance via GNSS; and offer holdover accuracy protection using one of Microsemi's tiny atomic clocks
2012-09-26 Employ rubidium clocks for service continuity in 4G/LTE networks
To achieve continuous network operations, rubidium atomic clocks are needed to deliver network holdover as a back-up to either PTP or GPS based operations
2013-06-07 DARPA demos power-packed microscale vacuum pumps
Since 2008 DARPA has been developing a new class of ultra-high-performance vacuum micropumps with a vacuum pressure of 10-6 Torr.
2006-07-17 They're not the Valleyand that's the point
Silicon Valley is no longer the end of the rainbow for companies in search of R&D talent, advanced research opportunities, submicron-process expertise or applications development prowess.
2014-11-18 Reducing SoC power: Where should the focus be?
Typically, efforts to manage power consumption in SoC design are focused on the CPU and GPU. The SoC interconnect is one area that needs to be re-evaluated.
2014-12-09 Reduce power SoC consumption in the interconnect
Here's a modular approach to SoC interconnect for reducing power consumption. The modular concept is different because it consists of a distributed architecture of various components.
2004-12-16 Timing synchronization for 3G wireless
GPS forms the foundation of a reliable clock distribution in wireless networks
2007-02-19 Intel's 80-core chip crunches 1Tflop at 3.2GHz
Intel's 80-core chip crunches 1 trillion flops when running at a 3.2GHz clock speed and consumes 62W, to yield a record 16Gflops/W
2008-05-01 Second Galileo satellite now in orbit
The European Space Agency announced Apr. 28 that the second Galileo navigation satellite is in orbit around the Earth.
2013-10-25 Microsemi to buy timing specialist Symmetricom
Microsemi will acquire Symmetricom in a bid to strengthen its position in high-value communications timing markets.
2014-11-25 Japan seeks to gain tech supremacy with IoT
At the Embedded Technology 2014 last week, Japanese exhibitors, whole-heartedly embracing IoT and its technology building blocks, were busy showing solutions bridging the old and new.
2012-10-02 Jackson Labs Technologies touts complete GPSDO reference
The LC_XO 10MHz frequency and timing reference integrates a GPS receiver, power supplies and an ovenized, disciplined crystal oscillator in a sub 1 x 1in footprint.
2015-05-22 Why Moore's Law is nowhere near ready to meet its maker
In 2003, Intel predicted an end to Moore's Law shortly after hitting the anticipated 16nm node, but today it seems we're on track for 10nm fairly soon with 7nm not far off.
2011-09-01 Speeding up medical imaging process using FPGA
Read about the use of FPGA platform and a synthesis tool called Impulse C to speed up a statistical line of reaction estimation for a high-resolution PET scanner.
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.
2015-12-21 Recent developments in supercaps
Supercaps are stepping up to the challenge by increasing energy density with new nanomaterials that enlarge electrode surface area and thus boost their ability to hold an electric charge.
2005-01-17 Philips Semi pushes ARM outside MCU envelope
Two trends are converging on the 32bit MCU segment, accelerating CPU power growth, memory size and I/O sophistication.
2012-08-23 Overcoming embedded memory bottleneck (Part 2)
Here's a closer look at the specifics of how algorithmic memories work and how the techniques can be integrated into a system.
2012-08-17 Overcoming embedded memory bottleneck (Part 1)
Learn about the concept of algorithmic memory and the benefits of memory operations per second (MOPS) as a metric.
2010-03-19 Network processor boosts security, content performance
From Netronome comes the NFP-3240 network flow processor specifically designed to accelerate network, security and content performance up to 40 and 100Gbit/s.
2007-06-15 Intel bares details of multicore R&D
Intel Corp. is disclosing more details about its research into the future of multicore processors.
2014-11-25 Improve software through memory layout optimisation
In this second instalment, we will provide tips on various memory layout optimisation techniques that can be used to improve embedded system performance.
2008-03-19 GPS disciplined oscillator consumes very low power
Jackson Labs has unveiled its FireFly product, an extremely small OCXO-based GPS disciplined oscillator that meets Stratum-1 requirements with very low-power consumption.
2008-05-13 Galileo satellite sends first signals to Earth
Giove-B, the test satellite for Europe's Galileo system, has sent its first navigation signals back to Earth, marking what the European Space Agency called 'a historic step,' showing that Galileo can work alongside the GPS system of the United States.
2008-10-06 For now, CMOS is still irreplaceable
Dennis Buss, chief scientist at TI, gave a retrospective look and a prospective analysis of the semiconductor industry as Moore's law is expected to stagnate toward the end of the next decade.
2011-03-03 DesignWare IP supports PCIe 3.0 specification
Synopsis Inc. has added enhancements to its DesignWare digital controllers to support PCI Express 3.0 specification.
2013-04-02 Designers will jump hurdles to succeed at 14nm node
Chip designers face a number of challenges at 14nm because scaling issues were not addressed by earlier generations, according to experts at the International Symposium on Physical Systems.
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