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2007-02-05 Effective bits testing evaluates dynamic performance of digitizing instruments
Whether you are designing or buying a digitizing system, you need some means of determining actual, real-life digitizing performance. How closely does the output of any given ADC, waveform digitizer or digital storage oscilloscope actually follow any given analog input signal?
2011-07-11 Circuit allows sample-and-hold amplifier test
Real-world sample-and-hold amplifiers gain or lose voltage, causing digitizing errors. Measuring the errors will help you account for them in your designs.
2006-06-07 Yokogawa expands ScopeCorder oscilloscope series
Yokogawa Electric announced the development of its SL1400 ScopeCorder LITE, a new digitizing oscilloscope added to the company's existing ScopeCorder Series.
2013-07-01 Portable digitizer boast 25 to 200MS/s max sampling rate
The FCiX family from GaGe provides a 14 or 16bit Ethernet based digitizing solution with 4 or 8 channels, 25 to 200MS/s maximum sampling rate and 2Gb of on-board acquisition memory.
2002-11-01 Oscilloscope simplifies vibration analysis
Sigma Design claims to have found a cost-effective tool, the digitizing oscilloscope with FFT, that enables to conduct preliminary vibration analysis in emerging designs.
2011-08-01 Wireless tech increases spectrum utilization
DIDO is a wireless technology that increases the data capacity of a wireless spectrum while increasing reliability and reducing the cost and complexity of wireless devices.
2009-07-17 Wi-Fi healthcare revenue to hit $4.9B by 2014
Noting that the healthcare industry has always been an early adopter of Wi-Fi, a new study from ABI Research stated that revenue from sales of Wi-Fi-enabled healthcare products worldwide will total $4.9 billion in 2014.
2005-08-18 Wavecrest scopes get bandwidth boosts to 13GHz
Boosting bandwidth to ensure accuracy of critical measurements, Wavecrest announces improvements to its existing SIA 3100, SIA 3300, SIA 3400 and SIA 3600 Signal Integrity Analyzer products.
2007-01-19 VXS RAID system operates at up to 2GSps
The VXS-based JazzStore UWB system is claimed by TEK Micro to be the first disk-based data recording system to enable realtime high-capacity record and playback of broadband-sampled analog data at rates up to 2GSps.
2008-12-25 Virtex-5 FPGA core drives XMC I/O module
Innovative Integration has announced the X5-TX, an XMC I/O module featuring four channels of 500MSps, 16bit DAC outputs driven by a Virtex-5 FPGA computing core, DRAM and SRAM memory, and eight lane PCIe host interface.
2005-06-28 Video-over-IP streamer cuts cables with Power-over-Ethernet
An enhanced version of Bluegill, an MPEG-4 IP video streamer from Cradle Technologies, adds Power-over-Ethernet, RS-485 control of pan, tilt and zoom, and enhanced alarm sensor and relay control.
2007-09-17 UWB to boost cellphone connectivity
UWB has been around for nearly half a decade as a demonstrable technology. It is appearing in the form of ICs that will be used to implement Certified Wireless USB in PCs and peripherals. How long will it be before UWB is deployed in mobile phones?
2004-12-01 Trouble spinning in analog ICs
Inability of analog chip designers to characterize the behavior of complex circuits prior to tapeout is a major obstacle.
2005-11-18 Triple ADCs geared for video
Texas Instruments' new pair of 8bit and 10bit triple analog-to-digital converters provide up to 165MSPS.
2008-05-05 Tiny SAR ADC dissipates less power
Operating from a single 2.35V to 3.6V supply, Lineary's LTC2366 SAR ADC consumes only 7.2mW at the maximum output rate, a 20-percent power savings over the nearest competitor.
2004-09-08 TI modulator has 100dB dynamic range
Texas Instruments developed the industry's first quad delta-sigma modulator featuring 100dB dynamic range, 16-bit resolution and a single 5V supply.
2005-09-21 TI Fellow predicts 'third-wave' of DSP innovation
A new wave of DSP-based innovation is just around the corner, according to Gene Frantz, a principal Fellow at Texas Instruments Inc.
2008-01-16 The battle of the media hub in the digital home
The PC and TV are converging. Between these extremes sits the STB. Powerful commercial motivations have already caused the PC and STB communities to make bold moves to claim this territory and be part of a three-way fight.
2007-07-20 Technical problems bug Internet TV design
Thorny technical problems that range from silicon to software bug efforts to design successful Internet TV.
2005-05-16 Tackling RF, mixed-signal integration
As mixed-signal and analog RF circuits are slowly integrated in today's chip designs, designers have to face many challenges
2006-06-06 SPL, austriamicro conclude digital sound collaboration
austriamicro and SPL concluded a collaboration to integrate the Vitalizer studio sound processing into the AS3525 multimedia chip.
2004-07-01 Speedy A/Ds demand stable clocks
Understanding the factors that affect converter accuracy will establish just how good a reference clock must be.
2010-10-21 Sony PlayStation Move teardown
The $99 Sony PlayStation Move bundle is powered by devices from STMicroelectronics, Kionx, CSR, AKM Semiconductor and OmniVision Technologies.
2006-02-01 SDR: Today's myth, tomorrow's reality?
Just a buzz word five years ago, the potential impact of SDR for wireless providers is now significant.
2004-01-30 Parvus board includes 24 digital I/O channels
Parvus Corp. has introduced its FG104 video frame grabber board that is a low-cost, high-performance solution for capturing analog broadcast signals.
2004-04-16 Multichannel RF struts smart antennas
For greater capacity and reliability, wireless data communications systems are incorporating multiple transmit and receive channels to support smart antennas.
2011-04-19 Motorola, Singapore partner to develop healthcare ecosystem
Motorola Solutions Asia Pacific is partnering with Singapore to develop a more vibrant ecosystem around healthcare mobility applications in Singapore and in the Asia Pacific.
2016-04-07 Moore's Law extended: Intel roadmap reveals CMOS at its core
Intel's future processors at 10nm and beyond will continue to use CMOS, but the cores will be surrounded by novel circuit architectures using new materials that may extend Moore's Law indefinitely.
2005-02-14 MIT debuts 'bionic ear processor' for hearing impaired
A team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology described an analog "bionic ear processor7quot; with zero-crossing detection for the hearing impaired.
2004-08-02 Media processing meets portable content
The proliferation of streaming-media types has kept chipmakers scrambling to find the best ways to transfer content.
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