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2007-11-27 DAQs boost standalone solutions, offer 384 I/O channels
Agilent Technologies Inc. has expanded its USB-based data acquisition (DAQ) family of standalone, modular solutions, enabling customers to create more flexible, scalable systems
2006-01-01 Taiwan design house innovates to succeed
Design houses have to face important challenges by being more innovative and not "one-hit-wonders" in the electronics design arena.
2004-12-01 Predicting sensitivity of ASK receivers
Here's a step-by-step method on predicting sensitivity of an RF chip ASK receiver in various remote keyless systems.
2005-03-15 In-system programming board targets Atmel MCUs
Data I/O now has an in-system programming system for use in automated test systems, as well as during production runs.
2001-03-20 Getting started converting .ABL files to VHDL
This application note is intended to assist Warp users in converting designs written in DATA I/O's ABEL 7 HDL to IEEE 1076 VHDL.
2002-02-13 Yahequan transceiver meets SONET/SDH standard
Conforming to SONET/SDH standard, the AM1310-155 SC duplex single-mode transceiver is designed for bidirectional serial optical data communications
2011-04-07 Wireless modem IC features multimode function
CML Microcircuits launches the CMX7164 Multi Mode wireless data modem IC that provides 4/16/64-QAM and root raised cosine 2/4FSK baseband modem functions in a single chip
2009-03-27 Wi-Fi, Ethernet DAQ modules handle harsh setups
National Instruments has released six new wireless and Ethernet data acquisition modules and two ingress protection (IP) enclosures for remote monitoring and control in harsh environments
2013-07-16 Western Digital bolsters SSDs with VeloBit purchase
Western Digital's purchase builds on the company's plan to enhance the overall value of datacenter storage by integrating their SSDs with VeloBit's I/O Optimisation Software
2003-04-28 WEDC Flash memory saves 70 percent of board area
The W72M64V-XBX 3.3V Flash memory from White Electronic Designs Corp. is packaged in a 13-by-12mm, 159 PBGA package.
2008-04-16 Virtualization: The Swiss Army knife of networking?
Startup Neterion Inc. has rolled out a chip that lets systems split one 10GbE link into as many as 16 virtual connections.
2013-06-04 Viking Tech, Supermicro to design NVDIMM into x86 servers
The collaboration aims to enable enterprise OEMs and hyperscale computing organisations to build significantly more powerful and secure appliances for today's data centres
2007-07-13 V58C2256(804/404/164)SC high performance 256Mbit DDR SDRAM
The V58C2256(804/404/164)SC is a four bank DDR DRAM organized as 4 banks x 8Mbit x 8 (804), 4 banks x 4Mbit x 16 (164) or 4 banks x 16Mbit x 4 (404).
2007-07-23 V58C2128x SB high performance 128Mbit DDR SDRAM
Promos technolgies' V58C2128(804/404/164)SB achieves high speed data transfer rates by employing a chip architecture that prefetches multiple bits and then synchronizes the output data to a system clock
2003-03-17 Using FPGAs for high-speed serial interface design
FPGA provides the bandwidth and flexibility for industry leading high-speed interfaces. Its True-LVDS technology was designed to support the strict timing requirement of up to four high-speed differential I/O protocols
2010-12-15 Use QDR II SRAM interface for FPGA
Read about the implementation and timing details of a Quad Data Rate SRAM interface for Virtex-5 devices
2005-06-17 USB box controls, monitors relays
As a follow-on to its recently introduced digital I/O module, Measurement Computing announces its $299 USB-SSR24, a USB device for monitoring and controlling solid-state relays
2013-06-11 TVS diode array offers a clamping voltage of 10.5V
Littelfuse's SP3051-04HTG transient voltage suppression diode array can safely absorb 20A of current (tP=8/20s) without performance degradation and a minimum of 30kV ESD protection.
2005-04-01 Turn your PDAs to customized measurement tools
The new CompactFlash DAQ device from National Instruments allows standard PDAs to be transformed into customized, portable measurement tools.
2004-11-16 Truths, lies and FPGA prototypes
Traditional FPGA prototyping tools need improvement, and the industry needs a standard metric to help evaluate those solutions.
2015-03-24 Top 5 problems with programmable logic controllers
PLC's duties are crucial for complex processes. However, like most things in life, they can be both advantageous and disadvantageous. Read this article to discover what can possibly go wrong.
2003-04-16 Too many specifications confuse server design
There seem to be more "industry-standard" technologies available than ever before for connecting together server sub-systems, but many of these technologies overlap.
2004-03-24 TI SoC integrates analog, digital cores
Texas Instruments has introduced a low-noise data acquisition SoC from its Burr-Brown product line
2005-03-01 TI DA microsystems offer 'best performance, value'
TI introduced a pair of low-noise, low-cost data acquisition microsystems in tiny 6-by-6mm QFN packages from its Burr-Brown product line
2011-07-13 Thunderbolt lacks efficacy to oust USB
Thunderbolt provides attractive prospects but there are serious technical and economic disadvantages that should be checked.
2007-03-12 Synthesizable CIO DDR RLDRAM II controller for Virtex-4 FPGAs
This application note describes how to use a Virtex-4 device to interface to Common I/O (CIO) Double Data Rate (DDR) Reduced Latency DRAM (RLDRAM II) devices. The reference design targets two CIO DDR RLDRAM II devices at a clock rate of 200/235MHz with data transfers at 400/470Mbps per pin.
2013-11-22 Synchronise handshaking between ADCs and DAQs
Here's a look at data converters in SOCs using data acquisition systems
2014-08-21 Startup banks on triple-level cell NAND advantage
NxGnData hopes to grab the opportunities for technology that puts computational tasks closer to where data resides while also seeing a role for TLC NAND in the enterprise as "cold storage
2004-11-01 Standard interface eases partitioning
Engineers opt for smart partitioning in wireless systems instead of integrating all components into a single system chip.
2006-07-17 ST unveils NOR Flash memory solutions for mobile apps
STMicroelectronics has introduced a high-frequency step-down DC/DC converter particularly suited for use in data-storage applications and portable devices
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