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2007-08-01 Employ supply voltage control to save energy
Combining dynamic voltage and frequency scaling with power gating can reduce energy consumption in circuit operations to help prolong battery life in mobile devices
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
2010-10-27 Rare earth issues trouble industry
The potential problem of China's monopoly on rare earthsminerals, metals and their oxides C has become reality with the country's move to reduce export quotas for 2H 10.
2007-06-26 Intel tips 'next big thing' in supercomputing
Intel last week showcased at its headquarters an array of researches and prototypes to dazzle reporters and analysts with what it hopes will be the next big thing.
2008-01-21 Address power management issues in mobiles
Increasing focus towards system aspects of cellphones forces designers to take a holistic and dynamic approach to power management to effectively decrease power consumption without degrading performance.
2014-09-26 Vision in wearables: Broader applications, functions
Vision processing can now take place right on your wrist or your face at price points that enable adoption by the masses. This article tackles a key factor in this burgeoning technology success story
2014-02-14 Rise in IoT breeds new type of embedded memory
Resistive RAM (RRAM) technology claims to provide the cost competitiveness needed for consumer electronics, home appliances, wireless sensors networks and even disposable electronics.
2007-06-26 PolyFuel defines role in mobile lifestyle quest
There is no denying the allure of fuel cells. The "run time gap" in portable consumer electronics is what making fuel cells extremely attractive. However, it may take two to three years before we see the technology in reality
2006-04-03 Mobile operators hammer on costs
Mobile operators are facing a huge shakeout as ARPU drops dramatically for voice, and the only subscriber growth remains in emerging markets such as mobile TV and converged Wi-Fi/GSM phones
2015-01-14 Keep your eyes open for these gadgets in 2015
The recently concluded International CES 2015 showed tons of interesting items that provided a preview of the possibilities that people might explore in 2015
2009-06-25 IBM injects $100M on mobile comms research
IBM Corp. is investing $100 million in mobile research over the next five years in an effort to recreate mobile services for businesses and consumers
2010-01-05 Grand challenges to to niggling nettles in 2010
I>EE Times editors list nettlesome issues they'd most like to see electronics engineers sort out next year ranging from grand challenges of engineering to niggling nettles of consumer gadgetry
2014-02-13 Energy design through unified hardware abstraction
Learn how to achieve energy-efficient solutions through optimal alignment across the pre- and post-silicon phases of energy optimisation supported by unified design flows, abstractions and formats
2016-02-11 X-FAB Award calls for new design concepts in semiconductors
X-FAB to look into integration of advanced design and functionality, awarding the winner with a free prototyping run to validate their ideas in the best-suited technology
2004-01-09 Transmeta launches processors in 21-by-21mm package
Transmeta has introduced its Crusoe TM5700 and TM5900 MPRs that feature an integrated Northbridge and are available in a 21-by-21mm package
2008-03-04 TI shifts focus to medical, energy, safety apps
TI intends to go after the medical, energy and safety markets with a laser-sharp focus on low-power processing and advanced analog/mixed-signal building blocks
2013-12-23 The lowdown on high-perf timing in board design
Know the various scenarios facing board designers when working with high-performance timing.
2010-06-28 Stanford top engineer weighs in on CMOS outlook
EE Times recently sat down with James Plummer, dean of Stanford's school of engineering, for a wide ranging interview on the outlook for CMOS, engineering, education and globalization.
2013-01-04 Smart embedded MCUs help attain energy efficiency
Read about a new generation of microcontrollers paving the way for the creation of new types of energy efficient products
2008-07-02 Serial ATA and the evolution in data storage technology
Before we can fully appreciate the benefits behind the SATA standard, it makes sense to look back on the history of data storage.
2006-03-01 Manage power in next-gen handsets
System engineers are "stuck" with power source options, forcing digital to drive developments in ultra-efficient battery usage
2010-01-20 Is the SSD honeymoon over in 2010? Sort of
Reliability and performance limitations of NAND flash-based SSDs in demanding enterprise applications will be addressed in 2010, according to Numonyx CTO Ed Doller, by phase change memory
2015-08-11 Global smart textile/fabric market to hit $1.59B in 2020
The market is expected to be driven by the rising penetration of smartphones and other smart or high-tech devices including iPods, stated Grand View Research
2006-04-03 FPGAs consumed by power issues
Power issues charged up the recent FPGA 2006 symposium, and for good reasonmany observers see high power consumption as perhaps the biggest factor limiting wider usage of the devices
2015-04-07 Choosing the right battery for medical devices
Here are our top five tips for getting the right battery for your medical device. We also explain how to ensure it works when it is needed the most.
2012-01-20 Bluetooth low energy vs proprietary RF for HID apps
Here's a comparison of the Bluetooth Low Energy technology with proprietary protocols in the HID market. It looks at interoperability, flexibility, complexity, power, and cost
2012-12-03 Solving 'fifth play' service issues with ZigBee
Know how ZigBee could solve the issue on the lack of a standardised communications protocol for the smart and connected home.
2003-12-01 RF fading stirs simulation, test issues
To calibrate the noise level to the incoming signal power, it is necessary to statistically determine the carrier power after fading, an expensive and time-consuming process.
2016-04-20 Mobile devices, PCs, data centres pose rising thermal issues
The fact that physical limits on the size of transistors may be detrimental to Moore's Law, the challenge of removing heat from ever-smaller transistors also threatens continued efficiency improvements.
2013-04-08 Issues in analogue, digital MEMS microphone design
Know the design considerations when integrating analogue and digital MEMS microphones into a system design.
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