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2012-12-03 Solving 'fifth play' service issues with ZigBee
Know how ZigBee could solve the issue on the lack of a standardised communications protocol for the smart and connected home.
2013-09-02 SMC picks MaxLinears capture receiver for cable gateways
MaxLinear's MxL265 cable tuner is capable of receiving up to 680Mbit/s via 16 bonded downstream channels.
2013-01-04 Smart embedded MCUs help attain energy efficiency
Read about a new generation of microcontrollers paving the way for the creation of new types of energy efficient products.
2012-05-15 Smart battery sensor targets auto, industrial, medical batteries
Touting two high-precision 18bit Sigma/Delta ADCs with an on-chip voltage reference, ZMDI's ZSSC185 battery sensor IC uses less than 100?A in sleep mode and comes in a 0.85mm x 5mm x 5mm PQFN32 package.
2011-02-11 Skyworks, Ember team on ZigBee solutions
Skyworks Solutions Inc. and Ember Corp. are collaborating to offer ZigBee solutions that use Skyworks' front-end modules (FEMs) with Ember's ZigBee SoCs.
2014-03-25 Significance of UHF RFID to Industry 4.0
Find out how RFID can become a low-cost wireless alternative to Bluetooth or ZigBee.
2016-01-19 Sensors intelligently clear sea water of chemical pollutants
The sensors are embedded in small floating devices and are based on sophisticated algorithms, made up of several wireless nodes that move independently through the spill in search of its outer limits.
2016-02-23 Sensor hubs take centre-stage at MWC
While STMicroelectronics and Bosch have new sensors for mobile,
2014-06-18 Sensor fusion paves way for next-gen apps
Know the importance of sensor fusion in connected embedded systems and how the ARC EM4 32bit CPU-based sensor IP sub-system allows design of devices with the right performance/power consumption mix.
2013-07-01 Selecting RF protocols for ISM applications
Here are the pros and cons of each of the five leading RF protocols used for ISM applications.
2012-10-16 SDI reclocker with integrated eye monitor for broadcast video systems
TI's 3Gb/s uses 50 per cent less power than the competition, while offering best-in-class jitter performance and signal integrity for digital video routers, distribution amplifiers and video test equipment.
2004-11-16 Schulz of Si2 gets jazzed on standards
Steven Schulz's ear for finding harmony amid a cacophony of industry voices may have come from his love of jazz.
2014-06-23 Robots actuate industrial automation
Technology and artificial intelligence have entrenched on the industrial territory, where automation is no longer an option but a need, recording 179,000 robots sold worldwide in 2013.
2008-11-13 RF platforms to upgrade medical electronics systems
With a goal to put ICs at the heart of medical electronics, Texas Instruments came to Electronica with three new offerings.
2009-02-11 RF chips find big market in medical apps
Radio frequency CMOS is being applied to a growing but fragmented set of medical applications ranging from imaging and DNA testing to networking in and around the body.
2012-09-18 Review of wireless connectivity protocols for embedded systems
Learn about design strategies for easily and quickly incorporating wireless connectivity into an embedded design.
2010-11-08 ResMed collaborates with ST to address sleep apnea
ResMed has designed-in STMicroelectronics' STM32 32bit microcontroller into a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) device that addresses sleep apnea.
2009-10-07 Remote motion control gets Zigbee-enabled
The MotionBee platform combines state-of-the-art motion sensing with Zigbee wireless technology.
2012-10-20 Qualcomm reveals partners for Internet of Everything
With a dozen new technology partners, Qualcomm Atheros aims to address the growing demand for smart home and building automation solutions.
2010-12-03 Qualcomm CEO holds on to mobile TV dreams
Despite the limited audience so far of Qualcomm's MediaFlo service, Paul Jacobs, CEO, Qualcomm, still believe in mobile TV, and that it's just a question of exactly how it will happen and with which technology.
2008-10-20 Power sequencer packs non-volatile error logging
Texas Instruments Inc. has expanded its portfolio of power management supervisors and sequencers with UCD9081, an 8-channel sequencer and monitor with non-volatile error logging.
2008-09-16 Pick the ideal ADC for your medical application
With faster and lower power serial ADCs, medical devices will continue to improve in accuracy, speed and ease-of-use. Choose from the different ADCs suitable for your medical application.
2009-01-14 Philips shapes intelligent consumer electronics
Peter Wierenga, CEO of Philips Research, shared the company's research philosophy, and explained that to grow in the highly competitive world of CE, it is important to combine new technologies with new products.
2008-01-23 Oscilloscope function steps up system integrity analysis
Vitesse Semiconductor claims its high-speed IC-based oscilloscope function will significantly change the economics of signal integrity analysis and network reliability.
2010-03-30 Opinion: Google PowerMeter is watching you
The Google PowerMeter, while an ambitious project and potentially a good thing, is also surrounded with social implications and potential pitfalls.
2006-10-26 One-chip solutions monitor car battery state-of-charge
Analog Devices' new line of battery monitors facilitates accurate determination of battery state-of-charge and overall condition, and better control of charging and discharging profiles in order to extend battery life.
2013-11-25 Omron looks to enhance blood pressure monitors
According to the company, in order to win the next-generation smart healthcare battle, it is important to develop a technology that can sense, track, accumulate, analyze and send data to doctors.
2014-01-28 Novel current sensors harvest wasted electromagnetic energy
A research team at HKPU developed a chip that enables detection of magnetic fields generated by electricity and a linear conversion of these magnetic fields into electrical voltage signals.
2010-12-20 NIST funds electronics, biotech, nano manufacturing research
The US National Institute of Standards and Technology has announced a technology innovation program for advanced manufacturing research in electronics, biotechnology and nanotechnology.
2011-03-08 NI wireless sensor networks extend measurement capabilities
National Instruments' new programmable gateway and voltage/resistance temperature detector increase each of the company's WSN platforms.
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