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2015-03-20 Boost medical apps efficiency through wireless links
Using FPRF devices, manufacturers can incorporate a cost-effective enhancement to their equipment that will differentiate them from their competitors and improve medical care.
2013-05-20 Booming market seen for sports, fitness monitors
IHS predicted that shipments of the devices will rise to 56.2 million units in 2017, up from 43.8 million in 2013.
2012-06-07 Bluetooth controller targets ultralow-power wireless sensing apps
EM Microelectronic's EM9301 Bluetooth smart-qualified controller runs on as little as 0.8V, powered by a wide range of common single-cell batteries or energy harvesters.
2014-11-07 Biology-based approach can protect IoT systems
The size, exponential growth, distributed nature and economics of the Internet of Things present new, arguably paradigm-shifting challenges in security management.
2014-04-15 Battery sensor supports vehicle reliability with AEC-Q100
Freescale's battery sensor integrates MCU, CAN, and three measurement channels, with AEC-Q100 qualification to meet stringent automotive standards for ESD, EMC and zero defect quality levels.
2013-04-26 Automotive reference design adds IBS
The AS8515 has an integrated LIN transceiver, and the intelligent battery sensor module can operate as a LIN slave in automotive systems.
2004-11-16 Atmel MCU consumes 300?A at 1MHz
Atmel announced four new members of its LCD AVR flash MCU family that promise to address the requirements of portable and battery operated apps.
2014-09-08 Apple supplier's China factory: Hazard to workers' safety?
Catcher Technology, which makes iPad covers and fifth-generation iPod parts, was found in violation for poor working conditions at its Suqian factory, with significant amounts of aluminium-magnesium alloy shreddings on the floor and improper ventilation.
2011-03-30 Analyst predicts security camera shipments will reach $44M by 2014
Analog cameras continue to lead the surveillance camera market because of the cost associated with new installations or upgrades in IP cameras, according to In-Stat.
2007-02-19 Analog control vs. digital in power management
To shed light on various aspects of the analog and digital control of power management, we'll clarify the fundamental differences between the technologies and determine how they affect system performance.
2011-06-27 Advantages of wireless switches
Learn how switch solutions in wireless mode address the customer needs for lowered cost and installation options.
2015-10-08 Addressing security risks in the IoT age
Learn about the need to apply known security techniques to a new environment that operates under a set of additional constraints.
2012-11-05 Address power, security issues with antifuse tech
Learn how to resolve the new constraints of battery-powered system-on-chip design.
2008-02-13 Acquisition ASIC rolls for EEG systems
IMEC rolled out a complete 200?W 8-channel EEG acquisition ASIC suitable for miniaturized ambulatory EEG measurement systems.
2012-08-23 A*STAR IME's ADC converter boasts lowest power consumption
Researchers from A*STAR IME have developed an analog-to-digital converter which decreases the total power consumption of an implantable neural recording microsystem.
2007-06-28 8/32bit MCUs promise pin-for-pin compatibility
Freescale Semiconductor has started sampling a range of MCUs that it says will allow designers to upgrade easily from 8bit to 32bit capability with the same on-chip peripheral functions and toolsets.
2015-09-10 60 start-up companies to watch in 2015
EE Times has selected 30 start-up companies to come on to version 16.1 of its list of 60 firms that are worth keeping an eye on. Readers are welcome to nominate their own emerging companies.
2010-05-26 15V Hot Swap controller packs ADC, I?C interface
Linear Technology Corp. is offering the LTC4280, a 2.9V to 15V Hot Swap controller that features an onboard 8bit ADC and I?C compatible interface.
2008-09-19 'Smart Objects' IP networking receive support from alliance
A group of leading technology vendors and users have formed the IPSO Alliance, whose goal is promoting the Internet Protocol as the networking technology best suited for connecting "smart" objects.
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