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2013-07-02 Research: System uses low-power Wi-Fi to track human movement
The system called Wi-Vi is based on a concept similar to radar and sonar imaging where it transmits a low-power WiFi signal and uses its reflections to track moving humans.
2013-06-17 Research team improves hexagonal material
Rice University and ORNL researchers have enhanced the growth of molybdenum disulfide semiconducting films for atom-thick circuits.
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.
2012-01-30 Requirements sol'n for embedded systems dev't
Visure Solutions' IRQA claims to support a range of development processes including traditional V and waterfall, as well as the shift toward a more iterative process.
2012-05-14 Rensselaer opens manufacturing learning lab
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has revealed its new Manufacturing Innovation Learning Lab (MILL), which will be focused on educating the next generation of manufacturing leaders and pioneers.
2013-01-25 Reduce power estimation time from weeks to hours
Find out how to automatically generate a chip design's gate-level waveform from the RTL design environment without having to bring up the gate-level environment.
2015-06-11 Realising true FPGA-based verification
The scale of the latest FPGA technology is making that valuable emulator speed-up possible, but without the capital and operating expense associated with the big-box.
2014-12-15 Realigning test strategies for Internet of Things
The IoT brings with it the possibility of building much larger-scale systems, but it also raises a number of issues for effective validation and verification. Read more about these in this article.
2009-01-21 Rapid prototyping bolsters efficiency
The idea of prototyping has been in the industry a long time, and it hasn't exactly been a push-button process.
2009-09-23 Rambus, Kingston co-develop threaded module
Rambus and Kingston announced the collaborative development of a threaded module prototype using DDR3 DRAM.
2012-08-24 Rambus' restructuring plan involves job cuts
Roughly 75 jobs will be terminated as part of Rambus Inc.'s plan to improve profitability.
2006-07-01 Qualcomm's chip chief looks to 4G
Qualcomm Inc.'s Sanjay Jha sat down with EE Times' Loring Wirbel to share QCT's plans for continued domination in 3G and emerging 4G wireless.
2011-10-04 Professionalism, kizuna restored Renesas after quake
Engineers of Renesas took an open and collaborative approach to rebuilding and restoring the company's Naka facilities.
2005-04-18 Process improvements for SoC developments
SoC designs for transport silicon carry with them complexity that can stretch traditional chip development techniques to the breaking point.
2012-10-23 Princeton researchers close in on quantum computing
The technique developed by Princeton's researchers could help lead to larger quantum computing systems.
2009-07-28 Power to take center stage at DAC
Power, arguably today's No. 1 headache for designers, will be the theme of workshops, tutorials, meetings, presentations and technical tracks at the 46th Design Automation Conference (DAC).
2006-06-27 Portable speakers roll for the iPod
Logitech's mm50 portable speakers, the first integrated iPod dock from the company, is examined in this article.
2002-11-18 Plugging the verification time sink
Logic equivalence checking provides an independent means of verifying the design process and reduces the overall verification effort.
2005-01-17 Philips Semi pushes ARM outside MCU envelope
Two trends are converging on the 32bit MCU segment, accelerating CPU power growth, memory size and I/O sophistication.
2006-08-01 Philips exec sees 3C convergence in China
As senior director and technical support manager for Greater China, Charles Wang manages the entire technical support function of Greater China for Philips Semiconductors.
2008-12-15 Peugeot, Bosch team up for diesel hybrid tech
PSA Peugeot Citro?n and Robert Bosch GmbH have signed an agreement to team up for diesel hybrid technology. The partnership agreement calls for Bosch to co-develop, industrialize and supply electric motors and power electronics for PSA Peugeot Citro?n's four-wheel-drive diesel hybrid powertrain.
2013-05-23 Performing synthesis-aware clock analysis
Read about a tool that performs clock structure analysis by tracing complex clock nets and visually presenting them to designers.
2007-06-18 Pay attention to post-silicon debugging
If you're a chip designer, you may not want to admit it's possible that you need a post-silicon debugging tool. But unless you're convinced your chips will always be perfect the first time, post-silicon debugging could be worth a second look.
2005-08-29 Partners release first detailed specs for Cell microprocessor
Delivering on a promise made in May, IBM, Sony and Toshiba have for the first time released detailed specifications for the Cell microprocessor.
2005-11-08 Panel studies power in SoCs
A panel discussion at the 3rd International System-on-Chip Conference here this week attempted to skip past the academic science projects and the rosy vendor marketing and explore what was really feasible today in the challenging area of power management
2003-08-06 PalmChip bus patent threatens most SoCs
A patent granted to PalmChip covers the techniques used to implement on-chip CPU bus structures in nearly all modern system-on-chip designs.
2007-04-02 PA Semi offers 25W PowerPC
Startup PA Semi is shipping chip samples that demonstrate its claim of taking the PowerPC architecture's power consumption to new lows for a range of embedded markets.
2006-02-16 Outsourcing: Navigating a maze of decisions
Successfully outsourcing IC design takes careful planning, strong project management and a realistic set of expectations.
2015-06-01 Opinion: Vietnam gives China, India a run for the money
Setting up a design centre in Shanghai or Bangalore is not financially viable, says Majeed Ahmad. With China and India losing their "lustre," Vietnam has become a cost-effective location with a growing talent pool.
2008-10-29 Opinion: India achieves another milestone
Driven by national pride and powered by an economy and workforce that has benefited from a decade of foreign investment and resurgent education, India has introduced the Chandrayaan-I lunar module.
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