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2011-02-23 Toshiba develops power-saving flip-flop circuit
Toshiba's new flip-flop boasts power dissipation up to 77 percent less than that of a typical flip-flop. When used in a WLAN chip, it can reduce total power consumption by up to 24 percent.
2002-02-12 Scaling debate stalks chip conference
From the wide range of panels and tutorials at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference, from the myriad papers, from the conversations in the hotel halls, a single gnawing issue grew from hints and whispers to a groundswell of concern: Will IC technology continue to scale
2006-02-08 Philips to present plastic RFID circuit
Scientists at Philips Research have created a fully functional 13.56MHz RFID tag based entirely on plastic electronics.
2003-02-12 Leakage current called obstacle to chip complexity
The semiconductor industry must reduce leakage current in chip designs by two orders of magnitude over the next 10 years, or face an interruption in projected chip complexity, said professor Takayasu Sakurai.
2004-02-23 Parallel clocking extends chip operating speed
NEC researchers have developed a parallel clocking approach for circuits that operate at 10GHz, which is capable of setting clock frequency separately from the operating frequency of a chip.
2005-12-09 NEC touts nanobridge, 45nm feats at IEDM
NEC has announced an enhanced three-terminal Nanobridge switch that will be the basis of a novel form of FPGA. The so-called cell-based IC is expected to be one-tenth the size of the equivalent FPGA.
2005-02-14 MIT debuts 'bionic ear processor' for hearing impaired
A team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology described an analog "bionic ear processor7quot; with zero-crossing detection for the hearing impaired.
2014-08-28 Examining Intel's embedded DRAM
With its astronomical manufacturing costs, SRAM's viability is being questioned and the industry is looking for alternatives. This article examines an intriguing option in the form of embedded DRAM.
2002-02-12 Commercial drumbeat resonates at ISSCC
Even as technologists dazzled the International Solid-State Circuits Conference with presentations claiming to blow past worries about the future of CMOS, many of the engineers who gathered here last week seemed more preoccupied with the commercial viability of those advances than their technical bravura
2008-02-06 Analog IC integrates adjustable resistor tech
Microbridge Technologies has introduced what it claims as the industry's first active analog circuit to incorporate the company's patented passive, polysilicon adjustable resistor technology
2003-02-18 10Gbps transceivers draw a crowd
Chip designers are reaching into their bag of circuit tricks to coax 10Gbps transmission rates from serial transceivers, even while demand for such high-speed backplane technology is still ways off
2002-06-24 Micro medical devices could transform health care
Wireless microsystems promise "spectacular advances in health care" for the blind, deaf and epileptic and those suffering with Parkinson's and heart disease, a celebrated pioneer in the field of MEMS maintains.
2002-02-13 NEC IP core targeted for system LSI Chips
NEC announced at the recently concluded International Solid-State Circuit Conference the development of a super-fast serial interface IP core for system LSI chips used in next-generation broadband networks and high-end servers.
2005-02-14 SRAMs readied for 45nm node
Issues like soft errors and gate current leakage are emerging as design challenges as SRAM technology moves below 90nm, according to memory experts at this week's International Solid-State Circuits Conference here
2012-11-21 Samsung to debut ARM-based SoC at ISSCC
Several major new microprocessors will be showcased at next year's International Solid-State Circuits Conference. Samsung's SoC using ARM A15 and A7 cores and Renesas' 28nm integrated handset SoC are some of the expected unveilings
2011-02-24 Samsung chief cites challenges facing IC design
IC designers must address power consumption issues, the need for new transistor structure and memory types, delayed development of 3D TSV-based devices, and calls for circuit design breakthroughs
2012-11-21 Memory to make a splash at ISSCC 2013
Non-traditional memory architectures could steal the show from more structured analytical papers to be presented at the International Solid State Circuits Conference
2010-02-10 Intel, AMD techs go head-to-head at ISSCC
Intel Corp. is holding a significant, if temporary, edge over archrival Advanced Micro Devices based on news and papers emerging at the International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC
2009-02-13 Implantable SoC improves drug therapy
Engineers at National Taiwan University have developed an implantable SoC capable of drug delivery within a living person that has shown potential for improving the effectiveness of drug therapy through precision control, according to a paper presented on Feb. 10 at the IEEE's International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC
2007-02-19 IBM to put 48Mbytes on next-gen microprocessor
By combining techniques in process and circuit design, IBM believes it can put as much as 48Mbytes of fast DRAM on a reasonably sized CPU when its 45nm technology becomes available in 2008
2014-02-14 Google bets high on lower latency for cloud service
A Google fellow told attendees at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference that data center chips need lower latencies to keep up with the increase in volume of managed data
2010-02-16 Trio develops 40nm reconfigurable RF transceiver
IMEC and its research partners Renesas Technology Corp. and M4S presented a complete transceiver with RF, baseband and data converter circuits in 40nm low-power CMOS.
2009-02-17 Show engineering some love
According to IBM Fellow John Cohn, kids are not interested in studying engineering and people who love it need to do something about it.
2013-05-20 Renesas joins Imec's ULP wireless systems initiative
Imec and Renesas Electronics will collaborate to develop robust wireless solutions for future electronics.
2011-02-28 Reconfigurable transceiver eliminates SAW filters
A breakthrough toward fully reconfigurable radios, the new transceiver relaxes the requirements of antenna filters and works well with multiple wireless standards, including 3GPP-LTE.
2008-02-08 Reconfigurable analog baseband LSI tailored for SDR
NEC and NEC Electronics have announced the development of a reconfigurable analog baseband LSI for software defined radio.
2005-03-02 NEC plans fast commercialization of 12Gbps I/O scheme
So promising is an NEC-developed serial interface technology capable of sending and receiving digital data at 12Gbps that it is being pushed to commercialization within less than 18 months.
2012-02-27 Imec, Renesas roll 250 MSPS ADC for WiFi, LTE-A
The device is a 1.7mW, high resolution, two-step interleaved pipelined SAR ADC achieving power efficiency of 10fJoule per conversion step.
2010-02-10 Expert: Graphene will drive post-CMOS era
The winner in the post-CMOS era has not been declared yet, but graphene holds great promise, said James Mexindl, director of the Joseph M. Pettit Microelectronics Research Center.
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.
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