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2008-11-19 Improved ADCs minimize input-drive conversions
Two new ADCs from ADI provide 16bit conversions, 86dB of dynamic range, wide bandwidth, and low power for applications in wireless infrastructure, as well as medical data acquisition, and other instrumentation designs.
2013-02-26 Implement analogue functions in rugged FPGAs
By using digital implementations of analogue functions, engineers can add critical functionality without adding weight, power or size to the design.
2011-03-31 Faster TI quad DAC cuts power use 65%
Texas Instruments' DAC3484 4-channel, 16bit DAC offers 1.25GSps at 40 percent smaller size than alternative quad DAC solutions and enables wideband power amplifier linearization of up to 250MHz.
2009-02-23 Evaluation modules facilitate USB 2.0 development
FTDI relays the availability of two evaluation modules that support the company's USB 2.0 High Speed devices, which can work with serial or parallel interfaces such as UART and FIFO
2006-07-31 Dispersion chip warms up new 10GbE form factor
Quake Technologies Inc. may be the first signal-conditioning company to bypass an XFP module solution completely in favor of SFP+.
2007-10-12 AMD unrolls MPUs for energy-efficient desktops
AMD rolls a half-dozen more microprocessors that the company claims are best suited for smaller, energy-efficient desktops.
2002-12-05 Agere PHY transceiver halves power consumption
Agere Systems has unveiled its FlexPHY PHY transceiver IC that is claimed by the company to reduce space and power by more than 50 percent.
2003-11-10 ADI receiver integrates 14-bit ADC, 6-channel DDC
Analog Devices Inc. has introduced a wideband receiver subsystem for cellular base stations that addresses the performance requirements of 3G standards, such as CDMA2000, UMTS, and TD-SCDMA.
2012-08-27 100Gb/s multiplexer for ultra-long haul apps
Semtech's SMI10022 supports soft-decision forward error correction that claims to offer significant improvement in optical transmission reach for ultra-long-haul and submarine optical links.
2005-05-09 Xilinx introduces new design tools for its DSPs
Xilinx introduced new design tools aimed at easing the implementation of high sample rate or multi-channel signal processing designs onto Xilinx DSP devices.
2004-05-24 Via processor upgrade targets 'digital home'
Via Technologies tipped details of its next-generation x86 processor core targeted at small, mobile consumer electronics devices and notebook PCs.
2014-07-28 Utilising ARM Cortex-M based SoCs (Part 2)
The second instalment compares the capabilities of a standard microcontroller approach to the design of an embedded application to that of a system on chip approach.
2005-05-10 Two new design tools from Xilinx
Xilinx announced the immediate availability of its System Generator for DSP v7.1 development software and XtremeDSP Virtex-4 SX35 development kit for digital communication system design.
2002-02-05 TI RISC microcontroller draws 0.65A during standby
The MSP430 family of 16-bit RISC mixed-signal processors can switch to high-performance processing in <65s, permitting maintenance of standby mode up to 1,000 times longer than other microcontrollers.
2004-02-24 TI MSP430F161x family offer 5x RAM features
Texas Instruments has introduced the MSP430F161x family, which offers 5 times more RAM while retaining the SCoC character of the MSP430 devices.
2002-02-04 TI Flash MCUs go below 1mA
Texas Instruments Inc. has added two 16-bit RISC Flash microcontroller families to its MSP430 product line.
2007-07-25 The skinny on quad-core processors: A buyer's guide
Quad-core processing has become bargain country after Intel announced deep price cuts for its quad-core chips, putting AMD under pressure to tag its upcoming quad-core processors competitively when they come out.
2003-06-16 The magical world of DSP
The generation, processing, storage and transmission of signals from a diversity of origins to a diversity of reception has been enabled by miraculous advances in the semiconductor industry.
2007-12-28 Tensilica upgrades Xtensa cores, tools
Tensilica has shrunken the minimum core size of its Xtensa 7 and Xtensa LX2 configurable processor families. It has also enhanced the Xtensa Xplorer design environment to make customization easier and faster.
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.
2006-10-16 Software sol'ns transform embedded designs
If anything was reinforced at this year's Embedded Systems Conference in Taipei, it's how software solutions are complementing the silicon world.
2008-04-01 Smartcards get dose of 16bit secure MCUs
From Renesas Technology comes the RS45C, a secure MCU for smartcards requiring a high level of security, including ID cards and financial cards such as banking and credit cards.
2013-07-30 Reduce SoC power use without high-level EDA tools
Read about several situations where high level design tools are not useful and are sometimes a hindrance.
2007-11-28 Rambus shows alternative way to terabyte memory
Rambus has developed technologies that could enable links to memory chips delivering up to a terabyte per second and could provide a lower-cost alternative to 3D chip stacking.
2002-11-08 Potholes mark ASIC-to-FPGA conversion path
Designers should be aware of several "gotcha's" that can impede designs moving from ASICs to FPGAs, said Mike Dini of The Dini Group.
2014-11-10 Peak floating-point performance calculations
Read about a methodology that provides designers a reliable technique for the baseline comparison of the peak floating-point computing capabilities of devices with very different architectures.
2013-04-26 Parallel FFT for multi-GHz FPGA signal processing
Learn about the design of a parallel FFT with runtime-configurable transform length, with emphasis on the throughput and utilisation numbers that are achievable when using parallel FFT.
2007-05-10 Microcontrollers trim part count in automated metering apps
TI has announced the sampling of its 16MHz MSP430F47x4 ultralow-power microcontrollers (MCUs) for one- and multiphase metering applications.
2011-05-10 MCUs boast 100x faster 'write' feature
Texas Instruments introduces the MSP430FR57xx FRAM series of microcontrollers that offer 100x faster 'write' feature in as little as 250x less power.
2009-01-14 MCU solution boasts energy, cost savings
Texas Instruments Inc. has released the MSP430FE42x2 microcontroller that reduces electronic bill of materials (EBOM) to the $1 range in high volumes for single-phase electricity metering (e-metering) applications.
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