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2004-11-05 TDK unveils three smart card interface circuits
TDK debuted its 73S8023C, 73S8024C and 73S8010C smart card interface circuits that possess an efficiency of 85 percent and a small size step-up/step-down converter.
2011-09-01 Taking advantage of ambient energy
Know how to convert ambient energy sources into electrical energy by utilizing an appropriate transducer, such as thermoelectric generator for heat, a piezoelectric element for vibration, or a photovoltaic cell for sunlight.
2014-02-14 Taking a look at the field-programmable RF chip
Developed in the US for UK's Lime Microsystems, the FPRF transmitter takes a digital data stream and converts it into wireless signals, while the receiver performs the inverse operation.
2013-11-20 Taking a look at the embedded vision market
As the market shifts to "vision" processing, the industry has focused over how fast and how accurately a processor can capture, dissect and interpret data that is comprehensible to an embedded system.
2003-03-14 Taking a different road to the same destination
Professor Shin Dong-Wook of Hanyang University changed his career to teaching so that he can do more creative research into optical communication.
2008-02-18 Take a holistic approach to power management for mobile devices
Power management no longer remains a hardware-only problem; rather it has become a system problem that is being addressed by all engineers involved in the system design process. Power management decisions are being taken at both hardware and software level. Increasing focus towards system aspects of cellular phones compels designers to take a holistic and dynamic approach to power management to effectively decrease power consumption without degrading performance.
2001-06-16 Taiwan's women engineers break into R&D
Female design engineers are gaining ground in Taiwan's electronics industry despite social pressures common in a traditionally male-dominated industry.
2011-07-25 Taiwan postcards: A reporter's photojournal
EE Times' Rick Merritt shares photographs from his trip to Taipe and Hsinchu, where he visited ODMs, the companies who design and make the vast majority of the world's notebooks, desktops and servers.
2009-10-20 Taiwan ensures employment despite relaxed China rules
Manufacturing in Taiwan will focus on upgrading technology and higher value-added manufacturing services.
2013-05-17 Taiwan amplifies microelectronics strength
Taiwan, long recognised for design automation, is pioneering innovations in human-computer interaction, medical electronics and resolution of pressing social issues with novel semiconductors.
2013-02-04 Tackling the challenges of transition to DDR4
Know the key technical challenges designers face in transitioning to DDR4.
2010-05-06 Tablets to embrace 3G mobile broadband
Wi-Fi connectivity is one of the key features of connected tablets but IMS Research forecasts that 3G mobile broadband will be present in over one-third of tablets shipping worldwide from 2011 onward.
2006-08-16 T.J. Rodgers on politics and nano
EE Times caught up with Cypress Semiconductor founder and CEO T.J. Rodgers at the Embedded Systems Conference.
2005-09-01 T-Mobile exec calls for restraint
The mad rush to add features to cellphones 'has got to stop,' warns David Hytha of T-Mobile International.
2002-07-18 Synthesis of nanoparticles coming into focus
Scientists are fast gaining control over the building of tiny particles, accomplishing nanoparticle synthesis in both inorganic and organic chemistries. University of Arkansas researchers here have devised a
2007-11-15 Synopsys: India leads in wireless IC design focus
A study by Synopsys showed that Europe may no longer be the hotbed of wireless IC design as about 38 percent of Indian designers are working on wireless and mobile application designs compared with just about 22 percent in Europe.
2004-07-09 Synopsys to adopt Oasis IC layout data format in 2005
Claiming a leg up in EDA tools targeting design for manufacturing (DFM), Synopsys Inc. said it would stick with the venerable GDSII IC layout format until the first half of 2005 rather than adopt the more compact Oasis layout format created in 2003.
2004-09-01 Synopsys CEO calls for DFM cooperation
Synopsys CEO called on the design and fab communities to develop
2008-04-22 Symposium reveals future of chip design
Advances in the design and fabrication of semiconductors were unveiled last week at the International Symposium on Physical Design (ISPD).
2010-06-02 Survey finds more in favor of193nm, EUV litho
A survey of more than 130 attendees hailed 193nm and EUV as the technologies that would be considered for manufacturing at the 32nm node or beyond.
2015-03-12 Suppress jitter in Hall-effect sensor design
Find out how the signal path design influences the jitter performance of the output signal, and know the diverse design approaches taken to solve this problem.
2007-09-03 Supply chain shifts affect components strategy
Growing at a double-digit clip and well ahead of the global economy, the electronics equipment industry is forecast to exceed $1.3 trillion in revenue within the next three years.
2015-04-20 Supercomputers: 5 power facts you need to know
Storage space and power budget are just two of the elements that supercomputers consume in immensely large quantities, which simply show what these powerful machines are capable of.
2009-11-11 Suntech, Huadian build solar plant in Jiangsu
Suntech will develop a 10MW solar power plant in Dongtai, Jiangsu Province in conjunction with partner Huadian New Energy.
2002-12-04 Sunplus adopts Oridus Web solution
Oridus Inc. has entered into a licensing contract with Taiwan-based Sunplus Technology Co. Ltd.
2009-08-14 Sun's Cornwell: NAND is moving to litho death march
A Sun Microsystems Inc. technologist scolded the NAND flash industry, saying vendors are ignoring the needs of the enterprise and moving towards the "lithography death march."
2007-02-22 Sun offers 10GbE solutions for use with multithreated processors
Sun Microsystems announced Neptune, a 10GbE card and chip optimized for use with multithreaded processors such as Sun's Niagara.
2010-06-11 STT-RAM geared to displace DRAM, flash
Grandis Inc. has updated its STT-RAM roadmap with some ambitious efforts in mind: It hopes to replace DRAM, and eventually, NAND, with its next-generation MRAM.
2005-10-03 Structured communication
People are now becoming familiar with the simple ORID technique, which improves the quality of communication in an organizational setting.
2009-03-03 Striving for wireless glory
St-Ericsson is vying for second in the wireless chip business. It's looking to increase its odds by making the most of a rich portfolio inherited from its three parents.
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