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What is flip chip?
A type of semiconductor mounting technique that does not require any wire bonds. The final wafer processing step deposits solder bumps on the chip pads, which are used to connect directly to the associated external circuitry.
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2013-10-04 Smart devices and the future of keyless entry technology
Junko Yoshida discusses the potential of smart watches and smartphones as tools for keyless entry as well as how some automakers are treating the idea with scepticism.
2012-01-27 Signal chain basics: Using RS-232-to-RS-485 converters for industrial long-haul comm
Read about the use of RS-232-to-RS-485 converters in industrial data links requiring the transmission of RS-232 data over long distance, or between multiple RS-232 applications.
2001-05-16 Sequence Design offers tool for timing closure
Sequence Design has combined different technologies in a "design closure" product that can optimize timing and signal integrity concurrently before and after routing.
2009-04-22 Samsung UMPC packs broadband connectivity
The Samsung SPH-P9000 features a Windows XP-based PC melded into something closer to an overgrown smart phone format and packs WiBro connectivity,
2012-11-28 RTL analysis of FPGA using Grey Cell method
Understand the two major issues in the RTL analysis space and the ways to address them.
2012-11-09 Remove pessimism and optimism in timing analysis
Pessimism could not only increase the time to fix the critical paths, but could also adversely affect other crucial parameters such as power and area.
2011-10-19 Recent developments in 3D integration
Here's a discussion on through-silicon via and mechanically flexible interconnect, and how these are being currently developed.
2013-03-22 Readers' top product picks of 2012
The top ten most read product announcements of EE Times Asia's engineering community.
2007-10-24 Quest on for next 'big thing' in semiconductor industry
The semiconductor industry may be on its last stretch, according to the consensus of researchers who are looking for the next 'big thing.'
2015-11-04 Qualcomm outlines 5G roadmap for cellular, IoT
Qualcomm is proposing interfaces mostly based on existing OFDM, but adding support for multi-user massive MIMO for higher spectrum bands and a non-orthogonal technique for lower bands and IoT uses.
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.
2013-10-31 Performing hardware/firmware co-design (Part 2)
Part 2 tackles best practices techniques for performance, power-on interactions, communications and control.
2012-07-17 Optimizing FPGAs for low power apps
Know the low-power design techniques for the families of 7 series FPGAs.
2007-09-17 Optimal use of assertions in verification
Assertions provide an efficient way of improving overall design cycle productivity by cutting verification time. Here are some tips in the optimal use of assertions in verification.
2002-12-02 Open source hardware
This technical article discusses how open-source techniques in hardware design are still impossible to achieve with the current technology available to engineers.
2015-05-25 Nothing left to be invented in embedded control (Part 2)
In this instalment, we learn that the power of the core independent peripherals is multiplied when we connect them together, relieving the CPU from potentially large computational loads and real-time constraints.
2015-05-21 Nothing left to be invented in embedded control (Part 1)
Thankfully, it is far from truth that there is nothing left to be invented in the realm of embedded control. This series looks into the various innovations occurring right now in front of our eyes.
2008-02-18 Not just for DSPs anymore
As digital signal processing continues to grow in importance, it will continue to create many opportunities throughout the electronics industry.
2005-07-08 New image sensor from Cypress aims for digital camera quality
Cypress has developed its first image sensor targeting mobile devices with the introduction of its low-cost 3.0-megapixel CMOS image sensor with a 1/3-inch optical format, analog binning and a 12bit ADC.
2005-03-07 MPEG-only bows out of codecs race; H.264 and VC-1 still contending
Facing the inevitability of multiple audio/visual codecs required in new-generation digital set tops, Broadcom Corp. said Thursday (March 3) it will stop developing MPEG-only chips by the second quarter of this year.
2000-08-01 Moving to 12-bit embedded control
At the Embedded Systems Conference in 1998, Tremont Mao of Analog Devices was demonstrating his own version of the Rube Goldberg machine.
2006-06-19 Mobile TV disappoints World Cup fans
The poor performance of mobile TV during the World Cup in Germany made for a disappointing user experience.
2010-11-10 Microsemi SoCs converge on 65nm embedded flash process
Microsemi Corp. reveals its new 65nm embedded flash platform, upon which the company's next generation flash-based customizable SoCs will be built.
2006-11-01 MEMS resonator operates at 5.1MHz
The SiT0100 MEMS resonator from SiTime measures 0.8(H)-by-0.6(W)-by-0.15(T)mm, and is compatible with standard semiconductor packaging for SIP and MCM.
2004-04-23 Media processors offer MPEG-4, JPEG hardware encoding, decoding
Fujitsu's two Mobile Media Processors for mobile phones and other handheld devices boast MPEG-4 and JPEG hardware encoding and decoding functionality.
2012-01-19 Make the most of 8b/10b encoding in USB 3.0 design
Here's a guide to implementing 8b/10 bit encoding in a USB 3.0 design including how and when to use commercially-available SuperSpeed PIPE PHYs versus a custom design with general purpose deserializer components to allow direct access, capture and recording.
2009-12-18 Low-power sensor boosts Storm's imaging quality
Teardown shows how Blackberry Storm is able to deliver good telephone performance and attractive image quality both for still images and video.
2008-10-21 Lighting management IC enhances viewing quality in portables
Analog Devices Inc. has developed the ADP5520 lighting management system, a power-efficient, customizable display management solution designed to improve viewing quality and extend battery life in portable applications.
2004-02-02 Leopard leaps into structured ASICs
Leopard Logic Inc., which earlier had cast itself as an IP company, has introduced a line of chips to attack the structured-ASIC market.
2002-04-22 Ismeca tape-and-reel machine system determines KGD via single test
The MP 630 tape-and-reel machine from Ismeca Europe SA is claimed to be first integrated testing, marking, and handling system capable of determining known good die (KDG) packages through a single test.
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