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2014-10-02 Maxim outs micro PLC analogue-output system for Industry 4.0
The reference module gives micro programmable logic controller designs an ultra-low-power, highly accurate analogue output in an ultra-small form factor roughly the size of a credit card.
2007-11-07 Massive bribery allegations hound Samsung
Samsung Group is a midst of controversy as a former legal executive went on live TV on Nov. 6 to accuse the conglomerate of operating huge slush funds to bribe prosecutors and officials.
2012-06-18 Managing power islands on chips
Read about the use of power-aware emulation to verify the logic-level robustness of an SoC in the face of power changes.
2006-06-29 LSI certifies Revivio CPS solution
LSI Logic Corp. announced that it has certified compatibility of the Revivio Continuous Protection System 1200 solution with all of the company's Engenio storage arrays.
2010-03-15 Linux debugger supports reverse watchpoints
Undo Software has launched its UndoDB 3.0 that can debug almost any Linux process, including those using multiple threads, asynchronous signal handlers and shared memory.
2004-11-10 Linear Tech PoE controller simplifies PD design
Linear Tech introduced an IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet controller that features an integrated switching regulator to simplify powered device design.
2003-09-30 Linear differential receiver amp suits video apps
Linear Technology Corp. has introduced the LT6552 wideband difference amplifier.
2010-10-22 LG, Samsung undergo shakeups
South Korea's two major CE giants, LG Electronics and Samsung, are undergoing times of change in management as they develop new cell phones, LCD TVs and semiconductors.
2007-05-16 Lack of tools, expertise stalls multicore progress
The tools needed to program and debug multicore ICs are in the "dark ages," according to Anant Agarwal. Solutions are emerging, but the dearth of parallel-programming tools and lack of expertise among embedded designers threaten to slow the progress of multicore architectures.
2008-09-16 Jedec spec standardizes 8B/10B gains
IBM Corp.'s 8B/10B makes single transmission-line-pair communications possible at frequencies above 2GHz. Jedec specification JESD204 defines the protocol and electrical characteristics required to standardize the implementation of this coded interface for data converters, enabling a new generation of faster and more accurate serial ADCs.
2011-03-28 ITTIA DB SQL for ThreadX suits special-purpose systems
The ITTIA DB SQL for ThreadX suits special-purpose systems that need self-contained data management software.
2006-01-26 Isolators transmit data at up to 150Mbps
Texas Instruments developed what it claims is the first on-chip capacitive digital isolators that are 3x faster than optocouplers.
2007-07-17 Isolators deliver higher magnetic immunity, longer life
Using its capacitive isolation technology, TI has introduced a new family of dual-channel digital isolators, featuring faster data transmission, higher magnetic immunity and longer life expectancy than competitive devices.
2007-10-19 Intel Q35 chipsets aim at embedded systems
Intel Corp. has unveiled at this week's Intel Developer Forum in Taiwan extended lifecycle support for the Q35 Express chipset for embedded and communications applications requiring graphics.
2007-07-02 Integrated MCUs enable system management
MCU firmware and peripherals give designers the flexibility to implement existing system-management functions, as well as ways to integrate these functions.
2005-12-28 Infrastructure, suppliers play catch-up in Vietnam
Vietnam is expected to export $1.5 billion worth of electronics products this year, up 7.1 percent from 2004, according to the Vietnam Electronic Industries Association.
2009-11-30 India pushes 3G/WiMAX auction to January 2010
The auction of 3G and WiMAX spectrum in India has again been postponed to January 2010.
2008-10-30 Improving electro-magnetic noise immunity in serial communications systems
This application note provides key recommendations for implementing serial communication systems that exceed IEC immunity test standards.
2007-06-18 Improve silicon debugging with DFD
The DFD system bridges the gap between the system validation engineer and designer. It provides excellent visibility into silicon signal data, improves silicon debug productivity and minimizes system validation time. Here are a few do's and don'ts for DFD.
2008-09-10 Implement virtualization in mobile devices
Here is a look at the limitations and how they can be overcome by a different approach to building embedded virtualization software.
2010-04-29 I?C isolator eases bidirectional bus interface
Linear Technology Corp. has released the LTC4310 hot swappable I?C isolator that provides bidirectional communication between two I?C busses whose grounds are isolated from one another.
2010-04-27 I?C buffer ICs minimize bus idle time
Intersil Corp. has introduced a new series of two-wire bidirectional I?C buffers that minimizes bus idle time and propagation delay, increasing maximum overall system speed.
2015-12-14 How to securely update FPGA-based embedded systems
This article explains the requirements for a safe, secure and reliable remote update facility, and how a flash-embedded FPGA can provide the key functions needed to satisfy such needs.
2014-11-27 How to achieve 200-400GE network buffer speeds
Know how a serial chip-to-chip protocol, with 200-400 GE data rates and 4.5 B read/write transactions, can be used to eliminate throughput bottlenecks at the processor/external DDR memory interface.
2012-04-20 How power failure affects flash-based SSDs
Know how to build more reliable solid-state drives by understanding the impact of power failure on flash devices.
2007-04-16 Home-networking systems should co-evolve with standards
New home-networking systems must evolve along with the standards that will undoubtedly emerge in the foreseeable future.
2015-02-09 Hardware emulation: The most versatile of them all
Nowadays, one of the most popular verification tools is hardware emulation and it might remain so in the next few years. Here is a look at the reasons behind its eminent success.
2015-02-23 Grasping architectures for ISO 26262 systems
OS architecture is crucial in an ISO 26262 system as it is fundamental to overall system dependability and it determines how easy it is to protect components with different or equivalent ASIL requirements.
2012-04-04 Functional safety features in modern MCUs
Understand the key functional safety features present in modern semiconductor devices, allowing customers to run safety relevant tasks in their applications.
2015-07-27 Freescale delivers top performance prior to NXP merger
Freescale's net sales for the second quarter of 2015 were $1.20 billion, compared to $1.17 billion in the first quarter of 2015 and $1.19 billion in the second quarter of 2014.
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