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2007-04-18 Stepper motor drivers feature auto start function
AMI Semiconductor's enhanced single-chip stepper motor driver and control ICs feature an automatic start function that allows a stepper motor to start automatically when powered up.
2009-08-12 VGAs integrate on-board CWD beamformers
The MAX2036/MAX2038 SiGe variable-gain amplifiers have on-board continuous-wave Doppler beamformers
2012-08-17 SiRFstarV tracker IC aimed at mobile devices
CSR's SiRFstarV 5t tracker promises to deliver continuous, highly accurate location awareness to the latest generation of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices
2009-10-14 GPS processor eases location integration
CSR's SiRFstarIV GSD4e GPS location processor has a built-in CPU and SiRFGeoRecov technology optimized to ensure continuous location awareness without loading the host processor
2009-07-20 Front-end ultrasound IC packs CWD beamformer
Maxim Integrated Products has developed the MAX2078, touted to be the lowest power, octal, ultrasound front-end solution with integrated mixer-based continuous-wave Doppler (CWD) beamformer
2014-07-30 Accelerate ADAS dev't with radar signal analysis
Radar allows fast and clear-cut measurement of the velocity and distance of multiple objects under any weather conditions, making it an enabling solution for automated driving
2015-10-12 What you need to know about sensor fusion
Here is a look at the general concept of sensor fusion, the historical perspective, and two detailed casesinertial sensor fusion and image fusion.
2012-11-15 Ultrasonic AFE integrates digital demodulator
TI's analogue front end that features digital I/Q demodulation and decimation claims to reduce FPGA processing requirements in ultrasound systems as well as ultrasonic applications.
2008-05-29 Trimble upgrades surface mount GPS receiver
Trimble has introduced the Copernicus II GPS receiver, a thumbnail-sized, surface-mount, high sensitivity module that features major advancements in signal tracking.
2005-06-01 Simulating fluid flow in a graphics chip
Navier-Stokes equations will show how GPUs are well-matched with the demands of fluid simulation.
2005-04-05 PMD board eventually targets PC/104
This filter-heavy motion-control card carries some impressive specs, but not mentioned in Performance Motion Devices' (PMD's) press statement is that its new Magellan Motion Controller PCI bus card can be readily programmed not only with C or C++, but also through some nifty motion control development tools the company supplies. And, you will soon be able to get the card in a PC/104 form-factor as well as this PCI plug-in.
2011-05-13 MEMS sensor offers 10 degrees of freedom
STMicroelectronics unveils a hardware solution for advanced sensing applications with 10 degrees of freedom (DoF).
2005-04-19 GPS baseband IC for $5
Atmel released the industry's first 14-channel, Global Positioning System (GPS) baseband IC to carry a $5 price tag and three-meter accuracy.
2005-03-01 FPGA accelerates real-time app performance
Designers are eyeing new FPGAs with faster and better performance in DSPs and real-time applications. Rodger Hosking and Richard Kuenzler of Pentek say why.
2007-04-17 Firmware adds WAAS, EGNOC to GPS receiver
Trimble Navigation has introduced new firmware that adds Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) and European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (EGNOS) capability to its ultrathin Copernicus GPS receiver.
2015-10-29 Digi-Key COO talks about industry consolidation, evolution
Although the company logged relatively flat growth this year, Dave Doherty predicts continued growth as a result of new design and manufacturing trends in the semiconductor space.
2009-02-16 At ISSCC, transceivers reach giga-heights
Researchers pushed wireless transceivers to new giga-heights at the International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC), with Fujitsu describing what it claimed was the world's first working 77GHz, and an NEC researching discussing UWB device capable of 2.88Gbit/s data rate.
2007-08-14 Adlink launches DSP-based servo motion control card
Adlink Technology has unveiled the PCI-8174 stepper and servo motion control card, offering an on-board DSP with motion ASIC for simplified implementation of time-critical motion sequences.
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