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2012-02-24 ISSCC witnesses first terahertz CMOS
Researchers from the University of Texas have integrated a terahertz imager on-a-chip by fabricating high-speed Schottky diodes in CMOS.
2015-08-06 Is a trade war brewing between China and US?
A successful Micron deal would be the largest takeover of any U.S. company by a China firm, and place a giant DRAM-maker in the hands of a Chinese company with close ties to the Chinese government.
2007-09-06 iPhone clones outdo original?
Analysts noted that teardowns of subsequent iPhone clones indicate that counterfeiters are capitalizing upon existing designs and more time to bring their fakes up to a quality level that equals and will soon surpass that of not only the iPhone, but all systems they're intent on faking.
2014-07-21 Interview: Infineon products take on counterfeiting
Infineon is bolstering its Optiga line to protect devices from malware and to control access mechanisms for secure software updates, adding flexibility for adapting to a variety of applications.
2015-02-12 IESA Vision Summit: India's electronics now and beyond
The 10th annual India Electronics and Semiconductor Association (IESA) Vision Summit brought to light the current and future state of the country's electronic & semiconductor devices manufacturing sector.
2007-07-26 Hitachi unwraps contactless finger vein authentication system
Hitachi Ltd has unveiled its compact and contactless finger vein biometric authentication device and Software Development Kit (SDK).
2008-02-14 Guitar Hero jams go wireless
Much as musicians often go wireless to allow for freedom onstage, the Xbox 360 Guitar Hero III Les Paul wireless controller, manufactured by RedOctane, lets players do spinning jumps off the couch.
2013-02-12 Guarding R&D investment with secure authentication
Learn about Maxim's solution in the form of secure authenticators to meet application requirements.
2008-09-23 Group pushes RFID standardization to secure supply chain
The U.S. pharmaceutical industry has been piloting trials of RFID tag technology as a way to secure the prescription drug supply chain via an electronic pedigree.
2015-05-04 Fibre optic sensor market to log 9.6% CAGR from 2015-2019
Predicted to hit $4.33 billion in 2018, the market will expand due to the promising investments in the industry, as well as the rising demand for sophisticated functionalities in industrial applications.
2006-05-08 Fake NEC company found
While the theft of intellectual property and the copying of products has been a problem in southeast Asia for some time, Japan's NEC has received the back-handed compliment of having an entire NEC company counterfeited.
2006-11-27 Epson, Microsoft enter cross-licensing agreement
Seiko Epson Corp. and Microsoft Corp. recently announced a cross-licensing agreement that allows increased access to each company's respective patent portfolios.
2012-04-24 EMS providers look into expanding services
Manufacturing has been and will continue to remain the driving force for EMS outsourcing noting that in 2010, manufacturing services accounted for 83 percent of revenue.
2003-09-19 EMM rolls out RFID circuit with small footprint
EM Microelectronic-Marin (EMM) SA has introduced the EM4222 UHF RFID circuit, which is the first UHF IC in a series of products for logistics apps.
2009-05-22 Electronics counterfeiting goes online
The counterfeiting of electronics has long been a problem, but the downturn that has many searching for bargains could cost U.S. consumer electronics companies alone as much as $200 billion, according to one estimate.
2013-10-09 Cybersecurity MCU shipments to grow twofold by 2017
Worldwide shipments of cybersecurity MCUs, also known as embedded secure MCUs, will rise to 529 million units in 2017, according to IHS.
2015-02-17 Choosing what's right for you: Ohmmeter vs TDR
Field-test instrumentation fills the gap between a basic tester and sophisticated engineering units, allowing verification of the basic integrity and performance of copper and optical-fibre cable assemblies.
2015-03-18 China-made smartphones speak in forked Android
Chinese smartphone vendors used to worry about Google's dominance on the smartphone operating system. But not so much anymore, as the fragmentation in Android becomes widespread.
2014-07-01 Chemists unveil magnetically-responsive liquid crystals
University of California, Riverside researchers developed liquid crystals with optical properties that can be instantly and reversibly controlled by an external magnetic field.
2002-11-28 Bivar UV LED lasts 20,000h
BivarOpto has introduced an extended-life UV LED that provides a radiant flux of 12mW per chip at a typical wavelength of 400nm.
2002-02-28 Bivar UV LED boasts 500mcd luminous intensity
The UV LED series devices are claimed to be industry's first LEDs to offer a luminous intensity of 500mcd at 20mA and a stable wavelength of 400nm (typ.).
2009-07-10 Battery authentication IC uses cryptographic engine
Atmel Corp. has announced its AT88SA100S, an ultralow-cost, cryptographic battery authentication IC for mobile phones, cameras, portable power tools and other battery-powered applications.
2009-04-29 Authentication IC offers low-cost data protection
Atmel Corp.'s has developed the AT88SA family of low cost, ultralow power, secure cryptographic authentication ICs.
2005-02-10 Authentication IC offers high security
Intersil announced what it bills as the industry's most cost-effective, fixed secret hash engine, authentication IC.
2007-01-01 Advancing RFID reader apps with convergent processors
RFID apps no longer require both a dedicated signal processor for ADC/DAC interfacing and a microcontroller for networking. A convergent processor from the Blackfin family can handle the networking and control with plenty of performance to spare for converter interfacing and pattern matching algorithms.
2012-09-11 Addressing obsolescence issues in mil/aero industry
Learn about the various approaches to address the disruption that obsolescence may bring to military and aerospace OEMs.
2012-11-05 Address power, security issues with antifuse tech
Learn how to resolve the new constraints of battery-powered system-on-chip design.
2013-05-03 A primer on obsolescence, counterfeiting and COTS
With persistent vigilance and supply-chain control, everyone must protect themselves and the industry against the ingenuity of counterfeiting entities.
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