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2010-03-12 Pulse-CO oximeter takes blood analysis out of lab
Few disciplines can turn the cold science of metrology into pure art as quickly as medical diagnostics. Here's a teardown of the Masimo's Radical-7 Signal Extraction Pulse-CO Oximeter.
2008-02-08 Programmable LCD modules fast track development cycles
EarthLCD offers the ezLCD series of programmable color TFT LCD modules with touchscreens for use in a wide variety of markets, including medical, industrial control, embedded applications, status monitor, avionics/nautical, home appliances, automotive and digital signage.
2015-07-07 Powerchip to build display, sensor IC fab in China
The total investment is estimated at $2.2 billion with the fab scheduled for completion in 2018-2019 and a manufacturing capacity of 40,000 wafer starts per month, with support from Hefei Construction.
2006-07-05 Power, audio controls merge in one IC
Dialog Semiconductor has launched a new combined power management and audio IC designed to support the latest-generation mobile processors.
2006-05-08 Power saving tech boosts efficiency in white LED apps
CMD's new power saving technology and PhotonIC products were designed to increase efficiency in white LED apps at the lowest BOM and the smallest footprint.
2004-12-03 Power meter SoC includes digital temperature compensation
TDK Semiconductor rolled out a new member of its power meter SoC product line.
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.
2005-08-15 PMC module churns through high-res realtime data conversion
One of Sheldon's SI-C6713DSP-PMCs can crank through 1800 MFLOPS (peak) of DSP number crunching without breaking a sweat.
2003-12-11 Plug-and-play embedded modules rest on FPGAs
Taking a page from the history of board-level computer systems and adding several bits of new technology, startup Ultimodule Inc. has announced a complete do-it-yourself tool kit for embedded-systems development.
2007-07-26 Peek inside the first commercial UWB hub
Belkin's UWB-based Cable-Free USB Hub and dongle has an omni-like effective antenna that allows the user to place the hub in different orientations and which also keeps positive gain despite the close proximity to the to the board.
2006-02-02 PCI-X controller is cost-effective COTS board
The 64-bit PCI or PCI-X controller of Interface Concept's new power-managed IC-e6-cPCIa board permits it to receive a PCI Mezzanine card board that's compliant with PCI 2.2 or PCI-X.
2008-02-21 PCI, PXI interfaces bring NI LabVIEW to Profibus nets
NI has introduced PCI and PXI Profibus interfaces that enable NI LabVIEW software to be integrated into benchtop, real-time and device test Profibus networks.
2005-03-10 Panelists peer into future of FPGAs
Where will FPGA design be in 2010? Panelists from leading FPGA vendors offered differing conclusions at the Easy Paths to Silicon seminar at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Francisco Monday (March 7).
2006-05-01 Overcoming DSL STB design challenges for IPTV
In a bid to overcome DSL set-top box design hurdles, component manufacturers are introducing fully designed and documented development boards, with interfaces and other design issues resolved.
2014-09-25 Open-Silicon supports web-based prototyping
Open-Silicon expanded its virtual prototyping capabilities with support for the Carbon System Exchange web portal that gives access to more than 100 pre-built virtual prototype systems and subsystems.
2009-04-23 On-chip MCUs fit portable medical apps
Texas Instruments Inc. has developed the MSP430FG47x ultralow power microcontroller series designed for low-cost medical devices.
2007-02-16 Ominous signs dim IC growth outlook
The industry managed modest growth in 2006 and should again post moderate gains of 5 to 12 percent this year albeit a slowdown in GDP growth among countries worldwide, persistent chip inventory of overhang and lackluster demand in the PC and wireless markets.
2014-08-04 Oculus Rift DK2 teardown: Weight, repairability matter
The iFixit teardown revealed that the beta version of DK2 has thinner cables, which contributes to make the device lighter. The improved cable management feature, plus the standard Phillips screws, also makes the kit repair-friendly.
2004-11-22 Nucleus RTOS supports apps built with Freescale MCU
The Nucleus Real-Time Operating System from Accelerated Technology is now available for developers using the Freescale Semiconductor ColdFire MCF5282 MCU.
2003-03-24 NSC ships power management ICs for handheld apps
National Semiconductor Corp. has announced the release of a series of mixed-signal power and lighting management ICs for use in handheld devices.
2006-12-28 New NEC MCUs offer more memory, options
NEC Electronics America's MCUs offer up to twice the memory and an increase in pin-count options compared to previous devices in the line.
2012-03-20 New iPad packs IC design wins
A teardown of Apple Inc.'s latest iPad offering by consumer electronics repair company iFixit Inc. reveals design wins for the tablet.
2013-09-26 Musical Tesla Coils play at the Maker Faire 2013
A team of MIT students recently attended the Maker Faire 2013 to showcase their musical skills using a Tesla coil equipped with a MIDI interrupter.
2006-10-10 Multimedia processor promises powerful user experience
By achieving 478MIPS performance in the Dhrystone v2.1 benchmark, Renesas' new single-chip processor enables multimedia systems to deliver powerful user experiences.
2011-03-17 Most Japan fabs survive 8.9 quake
Although there are few reports of damages on production facilities due to the quake, power shortages may render some of the fabs off line as the country recovers from last week's tragedy.
2007-05-22 Module for IC card gets approved for FIPS 140-2
Sharp Electronics Corp. claims that its IC module for IC cards is the first high-capacity product of its kind to be approved for level 2 of the U.S. Federal Information Processing Standards Publication 140-2 standard.
2008-10-15 Mixed-signal FPGAs heed medical calling
Increasing health care costs, the prevalence of chronic diseases, aging populations and large emerging markets are creating tremendous demand for affordable, robust and reliable medical devices to improve the treatment and care of millions of patients worldwide.
2004-11-05 MIL/aero data-acq box can replace legacy video, data recorders
Heim Data Systems is debuting a compact signal acquisition system replete with advanced recorder functions.
2014-02-13 Microsemi establishes security within embedded MPUs
Building on its SmartFusion2 FPGA SoC platform, the Secure Boot Reference Design provides a secure boot for any processors in the IoT.
2008-02-13 Micronas unveils 8bit MCU line for LIN bus apps
Micronas has unveiled its easyLIN product line of 8bit MCUs for LIN bus applications in cars and trucks.
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