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2003-06-09 TT electronics, BAE co-develop next-gen sensors
TT electronics plc has formed a strategic partnership with BAE Systems, to jointly develop and manufacture next-gen automotive sensor modules.
2004-10-11 Synopsys offers Galaxy design platform to BAE
Synopsys Inc. has provided BAE Systems, an international company engaged in the development, delivery and support of advanced defense and aerospace systems, with its Galaxy design platform for use in 24 radiation-hardened space-qualified ASICs.
2016-02-11 NTU Singapore, BAE Systems to enhance cybersecurity solutions
The defence technology company signed a $2.5 million partnership with NTU Singapore to develop next-generation cybersecurity solutions and counter threats of cyberattacks.
2006-09-22 NI, BAE and PMI to develop PXI Express-based synthetic instrument
BAE Systems, National Instruments and Phase Matrix announced a joint initiative to develop a PXI Express-based synthetic instrument for military and commercial RF and microwave applications.
2003-02-27 BAE installs Cogiscan system for moisture-sense apps
Information and Electronic Warfare Systems has selected Cogiscan Inc.'s MSD control system for their Nashua, New Hampshire facility for circuit card assembly
2011-11-22 LED lighting systems look to a bright decade
Sales of LED lamps and luminaires will go beyond 500 million units in Asia Pacific by 2021.
2003-07-02 Vitesse to make communication chips
Vitesse Semiconductor will work with BAE Systems and the University of Illinois Urbana Champain to fulfill a $6M contract from Darpa to develop advanced manufacturing processes and communication ICs.
2004-08-17 Special wallpaper deters WLAN intruders
A British aerospace company has developed special wallpaper than keeps wireless LAN radio signals inside, preventing intrusions from outside.
2003-02-13 Kionix to provide MEMS accelerometers to Kefico
Korea-based Kefico Corp. has appointed Kionix Inc. to be its supplier of MEMS accelerometers.
2008-09-11 RF synthetic instrument supports up to 26.5GHz
BAE Systems, National Instruments and Phase Matrix have released a next-generation, 26.5GHz synthetic instrument based on the PXI platform for military and commercial RF and microwave applications.
2008-01-02 Flash into the future: Mtron marches ahead
Mtron Co. Ltd is a start-up company that produces flash memory SSDs. According to senior executive vice president and co-founder Young-Hyun Bae "Mtron's SSD are the world's best in terms of performance
2007-02-21 Working group okays baseline document for IEEE P1900.4
In its first meeting this month, the IEEE P1900.4 working group approved the content of a baseline document for the standard.
2009-02-03 U.S. Army invests in flexible electronics R&D
The U.S. Army has committed to sponsor an additional five years of R&D at Arizona State University's (ASU) Flexible Display Center.
2005-01-03 Test experts ponder cost of defects
Is 100 DPPM too tough to be practical for designs in 100nm or finer processes?
2014-10-08 Smart DIY: Why do companies design their own sensors?
There are many reasons why several big companies brew their own sensors and sensor hubs. For some, especially in Asia, it's about vertical integration, while others want to add products to their catalogue.
2008-10-08 MRAM firm eyes nanosensor tech for multiple apps
Micromem Technologies said the company has built a New York office for its U.S. subsidiary as part of the plan of focusing on magnetic sensor opportunities, independent of the magnetic RAM market.
2007-09-17 Instruments combine RF, digital test
Changes in both RF communications and digital bus structures are creating the need for cross-cultural approaches to testing, and instrument developers are responding.
2007-08-07 IBM tech powers NASA Mars exploit
IBM's Power Architecture will make a return to outer space as NASA plans to launch the Phoenix Mars Lander, its most sophisticated probe to date.
2005-09-01 Functional test targets Intel silicon
ASSET InterTech and International Test Technologies are jointly developing support for Intel Interconnect Built-In Self Test (IBIST) embedded test technology.
2009-05-05 FPGA startup survives IC crunch
Flush with cash after raising more than $86 million in venture capital over the past two years, shipping working products and with revenue and dozens of design wins already under its belt, FPGA startup Achronix Semiconductor Corp. has the technology and financial stability to weather the current downturn, according to founder, chairman and CEO John Lofton Holt.
2011-11-01 Counterfeiting case reveals defense system flaws
The case of VisionTech has opened
2010-03-25 Coming soon: MEMS killer apps
Emerging MEMS applications promise to herald a new era of killer MEMS apps, according to market research firm Yole Development.
2011-06-17 Certification program for inspection errors launched
Electronics.ca Publications launches the IPC-A-610E Common Inspection Errors, a new DVD-based training certification program.
2009-03-17 Amp designed to take on space apps
Electrical engineering researchers at the University of Arkansas have designed a fully differential amplifier that can operate in a space environment without requiring protection from extreme temperatures and radiation.
2013-09-23 Adopting aerospace verification standards (Part 2)
This instalment focuses on source/object code verification.
2007-10-05 SunPower sets up 2MW solar plant in Korea
SunPower Corp. announced it will work with Korean energy company EnE System to build a 2MW solar electric power plant in Jeonju, a city in the Jeolla province of Korea.
2006-07-01 Startups push for WiMAX cellphone
Two silicon startups are designing a combined media access controller and PHY chip that will work with third-party WiMAX RF chips.
2015-06-23 IR camera shipments predicted to log 22% CAGR through 2020
Yole forecasted that annual shipments of thermal cameras are will reach more than 1.5 million units in 2020, compared to more than 450,000 units in 2014.
2005-08-15 How power modules address unique appliance requirements
Thanks to the improved performance and efficiency they provide, the demand for inverterized drives and brushless DC (BLDC) motors continues to grow.
2007-09-05 ABI: Japan unlikely to see U-SAM benefits in near future
In its new research brief, ABI Research purported that the benefits of the U-SAM chipset, the joint initiative by Sony and NXP that combines FeliCa and NFC in Japan, may not be felt in the near future.
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