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2013-01-15 Design experts weigh in on the future of electrical signalling
Design engineers identify key trends at upcoming DesignCon such as the new generation of serial electrical signals zipping along at 25 Gbit/s
2009-07-08 DC/DC converter adds 40mins talk time
Fairchild Semiconductor has launched an RF power DC/DC converter, claimed to be the smallest of its kind for 3G handsets and wireless datacards.
2008-11-17 Consider power early in the design process
Power management is becoming a necessity everyday. Many reasons are provided justifying the designers' need to care about power and the list is getting longer.
2008-07-16 Conquer ULC handset design challenges
Ultralow-cost (ULC) handsets have been a hot topic in the past three years. ULC today refers to handsets that can be built for $20 or less. They represent a unique segment of the cellular market and require a unique set of strategies for success.
2003-06-02 Combine hardware and software design in programmable SoC
SCSD is a methodology converging hardware and software techniques, providing a cohesive path from system specification and functional algorithm identification to system implementation.
2011-10-12 Collective behavior leads system design
According to Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, EDA needs to move away from component-oriented practice to being adaptable and dynamic.
2011-08-29 CMOS-based RF transmit module touts longer talk time
Amalfi Semiconductor's AdaptiveRF is a CMOS-based transmit modules for front-end GSM/GPRS cellular handsets.
2009-07-06 Cisco's digital camcorder carries clean design
A teardown reveals that the Flip UltraHD's insides are proven technology and that its simple design is even cleaner than its predecessor
2007-08-08 Bluetooth ref design adds echo cancellation feature
CSR has added echo cancellation to its RoadRunner Plug-n-Talk reference design for low-cost, handsfree applications.
2009-09-04 Automating the analog design flow
Complete automation of the analog IC design flow is a concept that has been debated for decades. The EDA community has focused on automating elements of the design process. But why does 100 percent automation evade us stilland, indeed, should it even be the focus
2000-12-01 Taking the necessary risks in design
This technology news article describes the risks that are necessary for setting up design roadmaps for engineers
2005-02-04 Taiwan memory card backers agree to talk with MMCA
A consortium in Taiwan that's trying to launch a memory card format said Tuesday (Feb. 1) it has &quote;agreed in principle&quote; to cooperate with the MultiMedia Card Association on technology and marketing initiatives.
2015-01-20 Streamlining, securing design landscape for IoT market
The Intel IoT Platform is an end-to-end reference model geared to unify and simplify connectivity and security in the IoT, and to help move the technology from infancy to mass deployment.
2011-01-12 SNIC lets meter and control center talk
Infrax Systems Inc. is set to launch a secure network interface card for smart metering that lets the meter and the control center of the energy company communicate.
2005-01-25 Nifty mini data-acq pods talk USB
NI's USB-6008 is a 12-bit resolution 10ksps device, but its cousin, the USB-6009, which is also USB 2.0 compatible, digitizes at speeds to 48KS/s at 14 bits of resolution.
2004-03-26 Experts talk about power solutions in IIC-China
In a forum about embedded systems during the recent IIC-China Event, Michael Wang manager of portable device power management application from Texas Instrument, Bill Weinberg technical director from MontaVista Software, and Dr. Zhou Dongyan application's engineer from Linear Technology presented their lectures on power solutions to hundreds of participants from related groups.
2008-01-17 Digital living room challenge: Make devices talk wirelessly
Since a full suite of HDTVs, DVD players and cameras are now being delivered by consumer electronics companies into the digital living room, the question of how best to connect them wirelessly arises.
2008-10-16 Design LED drivers for mobile phones, PDAs
Here is a look at LED apps, white LED, and a discussion of the latest features and driver topology for LCD backlighting, fun lighting and indication, as well as camera phone"s flash.
2006-05-16 Tips for maximizing RapidIO
RapidIO is an open, standards-based interconnection technology for midsize and large embedded systems. Travis Scheckel discusses tips for designers working with it for the first time.
2006-07-17 Stencil, squeegee blades affect aperture fill sub-process
This article reviews the impact of the stencil and squeegee blade on the aperture fill sub-process of Pb-free printing.
2006-06-16 Real-life power gates a bigger challenge
Power gating requires a system-level understanding of where to add power gates, and how and when to control them. A domain-aware infrastructure can help reduce overall turnaround time.
2006-09-18 Protecting intellectual property in offshoring craze
Sam Hiedari gives guidelines to reduce IP theft. Developing the safety nets and maintaining them require time, energy and money, but by any measure, it is a worthwhile investment if one wants to truly benefit from the global talent pool.
2006-07-01 MIMO can help in video delivery
Past attempts to deliver video over wireless networks failed for two key reasons. First, the effective throughput and coverage supported by legacy wireless technologies were simply inadequate. Second, these networks can't support video's high sensitivity to delays, jitter and loss.
2006-05-01 Getting the right turn-on sequencing for hot-swap
A hybrid solution such as the NIS5102 device simplifies the circuit design and implementation of hot-swapping and turn-on sequencing in AMC applications
2006-08-01 Getting the most from LabVIEW
This article discusses the LabView Embedded Development Module, a new tool that delivers graphical system design to embedded developers. The tool lets users intuitively design algorithms and interactively debug them
2006-06-01 Choosing the best bumping option
The flip-chip packaging market has rapidly grown in recent years, bolstered by market demands for increased package performance and smaller form factors, an increase in infrastructure, and finally, the development of new substrate technologies and assembly processes.
2007-06-20 ZigBee starter kit to roll with $200 tag
Continuing its aggressive stance on prices, wireless MCU chip and module specialist Jennic Ltd will start shipping a ZigBee starter kit for under $200 next month.
2002-08-01 Where goes system EDA?
The best chance for easing beyond RTL is the new SystemVerilog 3.0 standard, with its support for assertions, C/C++ data types and a high-level "interface" construct.
2001-05-01 Vendors should count silicon, not tapeout wins
Tapeouts are certainly important. But they are not an end unto themselves, but, rather a milestone on the way to the goal of working silicon.
2007-11-22 Up close and personal with Intel's 45nm high-k guys
Three Intel researchers who were part of the team behind the 45nm high-k metal gate breakthrough talk about the highs and lows of the project and what motivated them to press on and move on to more challenging endeavors
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