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2006-02-28 TI MCU tool for just $20
Texas Instruments announced availability of the eZ430-F2013 development tool that allows both new users to evaluate the MSP430 MCU architecture and assists developers in completing MSP430F20xx projects.
2002-04-02 TI logarithmic amplifier provides 20-bit dynamic range
The LOG102 logarithmic amplifier measures the log ratio of input currents from 1nA to 1mA with 0.5 percent accuracy and produces an output voltage of change of 1V for each decade change of input current.
2007-02-07 TI claims 'first' multipoint-LVDS receivers
Texas Instruments has introduced dedicated multipoint-LVDS receivers, said to be the first such products.
2011-03-10 Thunderbolt rouses quiet PC world
As Intel tries to promote Thunderbolt, detractors point out perceived weaknesses such as the absence of compelling applications, thus keeping big vendors from supporting the interconnect.
2015-02-18 Through-hole PCB manufacturing isn't dead yet
Through-hole assembly is a slow process that eats up many resources, a turn-off for contract manufacturers. A contract manufacturer, however, sees this as a reason why PCB manufacturing is here to stay.
2005-05-25 Three new kits from Altera
Altera disclosed that it has begun shipping Cyclone II development kits that offer easy prototyping, quick development times and low cost.
2005-12-21 Three new high-performance video amps from TI
Texas Instruments' new video amplifiers are touted to be the first to offer full I?C programmability of all functions independently for each channel.
2009-06-09 Three alternatives challenge HDMI
At least three companies are fielding new wired alternatives to the HDMI hopes to leapfrog the HDMI 1.4 specification by providing more bandwidth, reach or networking capabilities.
2016-05-16 The ideal union of PAM and Ethernet
Understand how various Ethernet speeds evolved through the utilisation of various pulse amplitude modulation (PAM) schemes.
2009-04-20 The benefits of using nvSRAM in data-logging apps
In memory subsystems where flash is the only non-volatile memory, several shortcomings still need to be resolved. These shortcomings can all be corrected by adding a second non-volatile memory, specifically a non-volatile SRAM (nvSRAM) as a "flash page assembly unit" to the memory subsystem. This article describes this improved solid-state memory system.
2003-07-01 The benefits of Ethernet-based audio networks
This paper discusses how over the last few years, a significant trend has emerged in the professional installed sound industryusing Ethernet to distribute high-quality audio.
2014-08-05 Testing the latest PCIe Gen3 disk drive products
With the upcoming release of PCIe Gen3 disk drive products using the SFF-8639 connector, discussions at the UNH-IOL naturally turn to how these products will be tested.
2015-05-22 Testing SATA DevSleep for SSDs
Learn about DevSleep implementation details as well as new conformance tests that help ensure critical features operate properly and achieve the desired power savings without sacrificing performance.
2009-11-20 Test solution meets HDMI 1.4 compliance
The increased complexity that enables the enhancements of HDMI 1.4 calls for stricter compliance and interoperability tests.
2008-07-01 Test highlights Bluetooth issues
IMT-2000 and 802.11 radios will interfere with each other unless they are located approximately 8m apart for 2.6GHz and 16m apart at 2.3GHz.
2005-10-07 Test clip creates new probe points
Emulation Technology has introduced its new MicroClip test clip that provides new or additional test points on existing PCBs by attaching to surface-mount passive components in 0201, 0402, 0603 and 0805 packages.
2011-03-01 Ten truths about Intel's Thunderbolt
EE Times asks and answers 10 key questions about the new interconnect Thunderbolt, among them, its applications, silicon suppliers, supporters and roadmap, and whether it will kill USB.
2014-04-17 Tektronix upgrades mixed signal oscilloscopes with IBIS-AMI
The MSO/DPO70000 series of digital and mixed signal oscilloscopes now include modelling support with IBIS-AMI models and S-parameters, improving correlation with simulation results.
2006-10-11 Tektronix touts significant advancement in TDR test tech
According to Tektronix, its new time-domain-reflectometry (TDR) and electrical modules represent the most significant performance advancement in TDR test technology in 20 years.
2008-02-21 Tektronix releases test suite for SATA Gen-2 PHY
Tektronix has released the TekExpress compliance test automation framework and TekExpress SATA automated compliance test software.
2008-03-07 Tektronix claims world's fastest probe
Tektronix Inc. says it has developed world's fastest probe to complement the world's fastest four-channel real-time oscilloscope.
2003-07-02 Tecore to deploy GSM systems in Iraq
Tecore Wireless Systems Inc. has announced that they are establishing a distribution center to deploy GSM systems throughout Iraq.
2003-07-17 Tebian Electric, Luneng to form cable venture
Tebian Electric has entered into an agreement with Luneng Taishan Group to jointly establish a cable company with a registered capital of $43.47M.
2013-09-24 Teardown: A7, fingerprint sensor main draws for iPhone 5s
A teardown of the iPhone 5s confirms that along with the fingerprint sensor, the A7 is a major enticement for consumers to pick this unit over the 5c.
2005-06-14 TDR instrumentation uses USB
Hyperlabs' TDR instrumentation line now includes a Model USBTDR Family of so-called TDR heads that are powered by USB.
2008-01-28 TDK debuts automotive clamp filter
TDK Corp. has developed what it claims as the industry's first automotive clamp filter, the ZCAT08V-BK, ZCAT12V-BK.
2011-09-29 Task force to enhance 100Gbit/s Ethernet
The IEEE P802.3bj project aims to specify 100Gbit/s operations over backplanes to enable lower-cost, higher-density solutions.
2007-03-16 Tap high-speed FPGA transceiver for PHY
The demand for high-speed transceivers is increasing dramatically as systems are required to support higher data bandwidths, and implement a higher degree of functionality and features density.
2007-07-02 Tame signal integrity in the fast lane
High-speed serial standards have created a demand for design teams to not only think about signal integrity but to also have an in-depth knowledge of how it will affect the performance and reliability of today's systems thus, engineers must first understand what affects signal integrity within a system.
2005-04-01 Tale of a survivor in sea of embedded design
In his 15 years stint as an embedded guru, Jack Ganssle knows that his mission in the embedded world is far from over.
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