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2011-03-03 Signal processor enables wearable biomedical sensor systems
The CoolBio biomedical signal processor jointly developed by imec, Holst Centre and NXP consumes only 13pJ/cycle when running a complex ECG algorithm at 1MHz and 0.4V operating voltage.
2010-01-21 Setting the stage for 3D TV
The consumer electronics industry is looking at its future through a pair of stereo 3D glasses. The left eye sees an opportunity to revive sagging TV and media revenues, the right eye sees a set of unresolved technical issues.
2016-04-19 Sensors, smartphone, cloud advance telemedicine tech
The ACT from LifeWatch AG consists of a small pendant with four cardiac electrodes and a smartphone programmed to be the data pre-processor and communications link to the company's monitoring centres.
2014-09-26 Sensors to solve burning tyre problem
Tyres of forklifts and other industrial trucks are made of solid rubber, which can be liquefied when temperatures reach well about 150. In the worst case, a tyre can burst and release hot liquid rubber, causing safety problems.
2015-07-21 Semicon West highlights 10 chip trends
During the recent Semicon West, executives from a number of chip companies discussed the ongoing developments on semiconductors technology.
2013-02-13 Self-powered sensors eliminate need for new batteries
An engineer at Columbia University designed self-powered systems using nanoscale devices that can transmit and receive wireless signals using so little power that their batteries never need replacing.
2016-05-04 Selecting memory for high performance FPGA platforms
Given the competitive advantage a few nanoseconds can make, the type of memory used is also a critical aspect when building a custom FPGA-based solution.
2005-09-16 Seeing Taiwan at center of new IC world
Nicky Lu envisions a pan-Pacific IC circle replacing the pan-Atlantic circle as more consumers emerge in the Asia region.
2014-02-19 SDK adds Bluetooth Smart support for Arduino platform
The Bluetooth Smart software development kit from Nordic for Arduino-based projects can be accessed as a GitHub repository.
2010-05-24 ScopeCorder achieves up to 100MSps acquisition
Yokogawa has released the third generation of its modular ScopeCorder range that combines high-speed oscilloscope and data acquisition recorder facilities in a portable instrument.
2006-08-30 Rugged SBCs deliver 1.4GHz processing performance
Aitech Defense Systems has announced two power-saving, rugged 3U CompactPCI SBCs that promise improved processing performance of up to 1.4GHz and broader memory and I/O options.
2005-01-17 RTOS operations put in hardware IP
Ingios has created a block of hardware IP that handles task scheduling and intertask communications.
2009-06-02 RF transceivers target smart grid, home automation
Analog Devices Inc. has developed two new RF transceivers that deliver low power consumption and high integration effective for smart grid and home and building automation applications.
2010-06-09 RF IC delivers 1,024KBps over 5m at <1mW
IMEC demonstrated an RF transceiver that is capable of sending 1,024KBps over 5m while consuming less than 1mW.
2002-11-27 Researchers foresee availability of low-cost Geiger counters
GaAs diodes are being used to build real-time nuclear-radiation detectors that their inventors promise will be as small and cheap as today's non-real-time "dosimeter" badges.
2011-04-28 Researchers enhance green LED light output
Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have developed a new method that they claim will aid in manufacturing green-colored LEDs with greatly enhanced light output.
2014-03-11 Research team brings 'rollable' displays closer to reality
University of Surrey teamed up with scientists from Philips to create a technology that could see flexible electronics such as affordable roll-up tablets become widely available in the near future.
2013-04-18 Remote infrastructure monitoring via 'smart skin' sensors
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology are developing a novel technology that would facilitate close monitoring of structures for strain, stress and early formation of cracks.
2014-11-17 Realising Industry 4.0: What we need to know
There are various system design hurdles to resolve before we get Industry 4.0 really going. Take a look at some of these key challenges presented and discuss possible solutions.
2006-05-18 Real-time remote Java controller to address myriad enterprise applications
The JNIB device will provide a Java environment from end-to-end for industrial, automation, security, logistics, RFID and facilities control applications.
2002-11-06 Radioactive isotopes fuel microscopic battery
Using radioactive isotopes as fuel, a tiny battery developed at Cornell University, could turn out to be an ideal power source for remote sensors or other small-scale systems.
2012-07-31 Q2 large-sized panel shipments grew 10% QoQ
WitsView revealed that large-sized panel shipments in 2Q12 reached 188 million units with QoQ and YoY increase of 10.2 percent and 4.5 percent, respectively
2014-03-25 Power trends take spotlight at APEC 2014
During this year's APEC, global players such as Fairchild, Intersil and Texas Instruments revealed their business plans and product offerings in anticipation of the power efficiencies demanded by next-generation electronic devices.
2012-05-23 Power module enables monitoring via PMBus
Ericsson's PIM4800PI series of power interface modules sustains 16.5A current across the full telecommunications input voltage range of 36V to 75V to provide output power of 660W to 890W.
2007-08-20 Plan seeks wireless monitoring for New York bridges
Clarkson University researchers will make New York the first U.S. state with a 24/7 wireless bridge monitoring system.
2011-10-21 Optoencoder touts small 7 x 8mm board space
The iC-LNG device can deliver clock rates of up to 16MHz for cycle times of less than one microsecond.
2011-05-18 Optical film saves cost, simplifies supply chain
3M introduces a solution to address constraints in LCD backlights with the CMOF, based on multi-layer film technology platform.
2014-05-29 NXP board turns audio jack into plug-and-play interface
The audio jack platform adapts the standard 3.5mm jack to control external devices, as well as support application development. It is based on a 32bit MCU, and uses Manchester coding to achieve communication between the smartphone and MCU.
2015-12-22 Novel power source targets wearable electronics
Case Western Reserve University researchers developed flexible wire-shaped microsupercapacitors that can be woven into a jacket, shirt or dress.
2014-04-22 Nike gives marching orders to 55 FuelBand staff
Nike has laid off 55 employees or about 80 per cent of the engineering team responsible for developing its FuelBand line of wearables. The move is said to be part of a software development push for the Nike Digital Tech.
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