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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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2007-05-15 Clamshell handset receives DVB-H TV programs
Samsung's SGH-P920 clamshell phone added to an already impressive feature set the ability to receive DVB-H TV programming.
2007-11-01 Chips address lighting challenge
Portable electronic devices today require additional power circuits to drive auxiliary RGB status lights and to backlight the keypad, making lighting a major power management challenge.
2011-01-12 CES shows how media tablets are reshaping electronics landscape
Media tablets are impacting the entire electronics industry big time—bringing the Internet to TV, renewing its interest in wireless video and changing the enterprise computer market.
2010-01-14 CES pulse: What's hot, cold and in between
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is a great window on things to come with more than 2,500 exhibitors. Here's our take on what was hot and what was not.
2007-07-19 Cellphone conquers elements
The Casio GizOne Type-V is a ruggedized clamshell-style cellphone that is said to have passed military specification tests for shock and moisture resistance.
2006-11-16 CDMA phone eyes India's low-tier mobile market
LG Electronics' RD3330 CDMA phone for Indian cellular markets keeps component count and feature set to a minimum to meet aggressive production cost targets.
2004-11-17 Cadence qualifies extraction tool for process tech
Cadence Design Systems Inc. and Chartered Semiconductor Mfg have jointly qualified the Cadence Fire & Ice QX cell-based extraction tool for Chartered's advanced nanometer processes.
2002-04-10 Broadcom to acquire Mobilink Telecom
Broadcom Corp. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Mobilink Telecom Inc., a supplier of chipsets and reference designs for mobile phones, PDAs and cellular modem cards.
2005-02-01 Bluespec synthesizes SystemVerilog verification assertions
The startup has announced its ability to synthesize SystemVerilog verification assertions into Verilog 1995 RTL code.
2004-05-03 ASIC option may not pay off as expected
System designers need to ask themselves some basic questions before embarking down the ASIC path, as the costs and hassles often negate the benefits.
2013-07-08 Addressing memory scaling concerns
Here are some promising research and design directions to overcome challenges posed by memory scaling.
2006-09-05 Action-ready camcorder eyes extreme sports
By eliminating the optomechanics that have dominated the video camera media paradigm for so long, Samsung has developed a flexible, multifeatured camcorder that folds up into a neat little package measuring a mere 10-by-3-by-5.8cm, about the size of a cigarette pack.
2010-11-12 65nm flash platform pushes out antifuse
Microsemi Corp. has unveiled a 65nm embedded flash platform that features an expandable, four-input look-up table architecture.
2010-06-09 5Mpixel sensor brings 1080p HD video to handsets
From OmniVision Technologies Inc. comes a complete 5Mpixel SoC camera solution aimed at penetrating the high-volume autofocus camera phone market.
2008-09-18 1.5GHz FPGAs target ASIC sockets in complex systems
Achronix Semiconductor uses asynchronous circuitry to deliver a 1.5GHz FPGA samples. The startup hopes to use its three-fold lead in data rates to grab ASIC sockets in high-end communications, test and other systems.
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