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2005-04-08 LDO regulator delivers 20mA
A high voltage, micropower, low dropout (LDO) regulator capable of delivering 20mA output current was recently announced by Linear Technology Corp
2011-01-24 Inside Bluetooth ULP technology
Learn about Bluetooth low energy wireless technology for minimizing its power consumption
2014-08-19 How Bluetooth LE drives IoT designs
With the ever increasing focus on wearable computing, the current version 4.0 of Bluetooth LE is enabling a wide range of new devices and form factors through low-power and low-cost modules.
2008-08-18 Execute ULC tuner reference design
Most tuners in TV and STB applications use the traditional single conversion mixer oscillator PLL concept. This concept is able to handle analog or digital TV signals, or both at the same time. This article elaborates how to achieve an ultra-low-cost tuner reference design using the Infineon MOPLL tuner TUA 6039-2 or its mirrored version TUA 6037.
2014-03-12 Examining field-programmable RF chip
Here's a look at a chip that comes from the wireless domain and is touted to bring exciting new possibilities.
2013-06-17 Designing a BLE advertise-only beacon
Here are two reference designs for BLE sensor beacons that can be powered by a single 1.5V AAA or coin cell battery.
2007-05-30 Buck regulators deliver up to 600mA per channel
Linear Technology Corp. released the LTC3419/-1, a dual-output, high-efficiency, 2.25MHz synchronous buck regulator which can deliver up to 600mA of continuous output current from each channel.
2008-04-09 Arria GX FPGA boosts speed to 3.125Gbit/s
Altera Corp. has upgraded its Arria GX FPGA family by offering support for transceiver speeds up to 3.125Gbit/s, additional serial protocols and reduced static power.
2012-02-16 Analyst: Android to dominate Africa, China, India
In-Stat said low-cost Android smartphones will take 80 percent of the market outside the U.S. and Europe by 2015
2014-09-18 Smartwatch doubles as IoT device with Bluetooth
A low-power wireless technology, Bluetooth, and an equally low-power ARM-based MCU are seen to make an ideal combination for enabling a smartwatch to also function as an Internet-of-Things device
2008-07-17 Processor packs power-performance punch
Freescale Semiconductor has introduced the MPC8640D, a lower cost, lower power version of the MPC8641D dual core processor
2012-10-09 Power tip: Improving cellphone charger design
Know how to transform the lowly cellphone charger from a clunky wall wart to a device not much larger than a wall plug.
2006-08-01 PCI Express takes aim at 5Gbps
The 2.5Gbps PCI Express interconnect will slowly shift gears into a 2.0 version by yearend. The new version will rev data rates to 5Gbps
2008-07-02 Mobile SDRAM rolls from ISSI
Integrated Silicon Solution Inc. has introduced the first members of its PowerSaver Mobile SDRAM family with 128Mbit, 256Mbit and 512Mbit Mobile SDRAMs offered in x8, x16 and x32 configurations.
2007-05-09 Intel roadmap expands from quad core to mobile Internet
Intel has outlined a product roadmap that's expected to extend the company's reach into every segment of the computer market, from high performance machines to Web-enabled consumer electronics.
2012-09-12 Choosing the best resistor technology for particular apps
An effective price-cost-benefit-risk analysis must be conducted for each application to ensure selection of the appropriate resistor
2004-07-23 Bookham mux/demux module based on TFF technology
Bookham Technology is using TFF technology for a range of high channel count, scalable multiplexer/demultiplexer modules it is sampling for telecom apps.
2012-04-27 Advantages of coupled-inductor SEPIC
Understand the capabilities and subtleties of single-ended primary-inductor converter topology.
2012-05-08 A primer on JESD204 standard for ADCs
Learn about this digital interface standard and its design implications.
2005-02-18 Web downloadable design tool suite supports new LatticeEC FPGAs
Lattice announced the immediate availability of v4.2 of its web-downloadable ispLEVER-Starter programmable logic design tool suite.
2002-05-09 Altera design software supports Linux 7.1
Altera Corp. has announced that its Quartus II v2.0 design software now supports Red Hat's Linux 7.1 OS, allowing PLD designers to use low cost Linux-based server farms to reduce development costs and design cycle times
2014-09-02 From hand to wrist: Android advances to smartwatches
Android Wear, the smartwatch version of Google's Android is designed to make the OS easy to use on the move by boiling down messages to a format users can absorb at a glance
2007-11-28 Analog devices improve processor system reliability
ST unveiled an Advanced Analog division that offers a variety of components that support microprocessors in reducing parts counts and lowering system cost, while ensuring system robustness
2004-11-23 Zilog MCU offers improved costs, power efficiency
Zilog released a new family of microcontrollers that promises to achieve significant improvements in cost and power efficiency
2006-07-26 Xilinx unveils free ISE WebPACK 8.2i design suite
Xilinx has announced the immediate availability of the ISE WebPACK 8.2ithe latest version of the company's free downloadable programmable logic design suite
2003-05-16 Wireless home multimedia networks require multiple design strategies
Four technologies are presented that when used together will optimize an SoC for maximum performance, power economy, and low cost in a wireless home multimedia network
2010-10-18 Windows 8 on ARM?
Enabling Windows 8 to run on ARM processors would open doors for Microsoft to new kinds of low cost, low power products ranging from consumer tablets to Internet café systems
2013-04-09 Weightless SIG releases IoT over white space specification
Ultra low cost terminal hardware and license free frequency spectrum promises ground breaking cost savings comparable with PAN technologies such as Bluetooth
2004-09-10 UWB ecosystem grows with wireless FireWire, foundry deals
The multiband-OFDM version of ultrawideband communications continues to gather momentum with Alereon partnering with Jazz Semiconductor for a WirelessUSB transceiver
2005-02-28 USB MCUs tailored for PC human input devices
Cypress released a new family of low-speed USB microcontrollers targeting PC human input devices, including keyboards, mice and wireless dongles
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