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2003-12-03 Renesas CISC MCU offers on-chip Flash memory
Renesas Technology has developed the H8SX/1527F 32-bit CISC microcontroller that comes with an on-chip flash memory.
2005-07-12 Renesas 32bit CISC MCU packs peripherals for automotive apps
Renesas Technology's new 40MHz H8SX/1544F microcontroller is aimed at simplifying and improving the design of embedded automotive in-vehicle systems.
2012-05-31 Reference architecture speeds modem time-to-market
Ceva's reference architecture for LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) and cellular modems leverages power management and system partitioning to enable a software-based LTE-A solution as small as 3.4 x 3.4mm.
2012-05-30 Reference architecture anticipates 802.11ac
Ceva and Antcor jointly release a low power, WiFi 802.11ac reference architecture designed for multimode WiFi 802.11ac mobile stations requiring a 1.5 x 1.5mm die area.
2008-02-20 Ref kit simplifies BLDC motor control development
Renesas Technology America has introduced the R8C/25-based brushless DC motor control reference platform.
2006-03-16 Raisonance development tool supports ST's MCUs
STMicroelectronics announced a low-cost application development tool, which enables debugging and programming across a complete range of ST's 8bit to 32bit MCU families.
2005-09-02 RAD-HARD 8051 MCU mates with Honeywell MRAM
Silicon Laude launched what's claimed to be the first radiation-hardened and radiation-tolerant MCS8051 instruction-compatible MCUs that can directly interface with Honeywell's new HXNV-0100 64k x 16 radiation-hardened MRAM.
2002-06-13 Quartus II, Precision Synthesis to support SDC format
Altera Corp. and Mentor Graphics Corp. have announced that their Quartus II design software and Precision Synthesis software products will support the Synopsys Design Constraint format used to define ASIC design constraints when using tools from multiple vendors.
2001-05-01 Prototype, debug targets ARC-based SoCs
This article describes the Aptix and ARC Core team-up to configure a verification environment that enables developers to prototype full SoCs in near-real-time conditions.
2002-11-08 Potholes mark ASIC-to-FPGA conversion path
Designers should be aware of several "gotcha's" that can impede designs moving from ASICs to FPGAs, said Mike Dini of The Dini Group.
2006-08-04 POL reference tool eases digital power design
Silicon Laboratories has announced a single-phase point of load (POL) reference design enabling engineers to easily and quickly implement digitally-controlled POLs.
2006-11-20 PIC MCU enables cost-effective fan/small motor control
Microchip Technology's newest general-purpose PIC MCU offers designers specialized peripherals for cost-effective control of fans or small motors.
2012-12-12 Perform efficient debug of multi-core MCUs
The real challenge is the processing of the high quantity of debug information coming from all cores and its proper presentation in real-time on the developer's screen.
2007-04-02 Parallel processing architecture enables advanced vision apps in today's cars
While airbags and seatbelts are designed to provide protection inside the vehicle, accident avoidance equipment could provide the ultimate solution for protecting lives both inside and out.
2005-07-01 OS helps developers get to market on time
Off-the-shelf software is more than merely providing code--it's helping harried developers get to market on time.
2001-05-01 Optimizing ASIC design flow for SoPCs
System-on-programmable-chip technology has characteristics of both board-based design and ASIC-based SoC design. The immediate attraction of SoPC is that the design can be up and running very quickly.
2001-04-15 Oki, Lexra roll out prototyping boards for SoCs
This article discusses Oki Semiconductor and Lexra Inc.'s board products intended to speed time-to-silicon for complex SoC designs.
2004-11-26 Nucleus RTOS supports the Renesas SH4AL-DSP
Accelerated Technology, a Mentor Graphics division, has partnered with Renesas Technology Corp. to provide developers building high-end mobile phones with a royalty-free, full-featured software solution beginning with the Nucleus real-time operating system (RTOS) and development tools for Renesas' products based on the SH4AL DSP core beginning with the SH-Mobile3.
2005-09-16 Nucleus EDGE software suite charges into FPGA territory
Accelerated Technology's Eclipse-based Nucleus EDGE software development environment has extended its reach to include Altera's Nios II family of embedded processors and Xilinx's MicroBlaze soft processor core and Power PC-based processors.
2009-02-19 Netlogic, Wintegra to co-develop reference solution
NetLogic Microsystems Inc. and Wintegra team up to develop an application-intelligent deep-packet inspection (DPI) reference solution targeted at next-generation 4G/LTE and HSPA+ wireless base station and aggregation backhaul systems.
2006-05-10 NEC adds flash versions to 32bit MCU line
NEC Electronics America Inc. has added as many as 28 flash-based 32bit V850 series microcontroller devices.
2008-08-01 Multithreading comes undone
EDA vendors have struggled to meet the challenge of multicore IC design by rolling out multithreading capabilities for their tools. Nonetheless, the question cannot be ignored: Is multithreading the best way to exploit multicore systems effectively?
2006-10-06 Multimedia subsystems target China, Taiwan CE market
Looking to cater to its growing business in Taiwan and China, ARC International has released a tighter implementation of its multimedia subsystems specifically aimed at SoCs running low-cost audio and video players.
2007-01-10 Multicore DSPs support HD audio standards
Freescale has unveiled two dual-core DSP chips designed to support multiple high-definition audio standards.
2010-04-30 Multicore DSPs enable code, tool reuse
Freescale has released a family of programmable DSPs that delivers the optimal blend of low cost and high performance for medical, aerospace/defense and test/measurement markets.
2006-05-01 Multicore design strives for balance
The advantages of multicore architectures will be lost unless new approaches are developed for programming and debugging multicore systems.
2007-03-15 Motor control devt kit eases vector drive design
ST has announced a new motor control kit that enables the rapid development of high-performance vector-control applications.
2008-03-10 More groups push standards for virtual prototyping
New players are expected to push forward efforts to create standards for virtual prototyping as the next wave in system and software development, to allow tools and simulation models from various suppliers work together.
2007-07-02 Modern IDEs redefine 'integrated'
Multicore processors help embedded designers achieve higher system integration with new IDEs that enable the development of real-time and human-directed portions of an application within tools.
2014-07-09 Minimising embedded software development costs
There are various effective test strategies for cutting development costs. Deciding what tests to employ is a bit of an art-form best guided by experience, but here are some tips on what's important.
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