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2013-06-12 TI to demo transmitter with higher EIRP
Texas Instruments is set to demonstrate a paper on 160GHz centre-frequency-pulsed transmitter for short-range sensor applications at the 2013 VLSI Symposium.
2012-06-15 TI describes 28nm CMOS TSV integration
A paper by TI researchers showed results indicating minimal effect on transistors within 4 microns of TSV placement.
2001-07-03 Thermal Performance Of Power MOSFET Packages
This paper introduces the PowerPAK family of power MOSFET packages, which provide increased levels of performance for a given footprint and profile.
2009-03-13 Thermal considerations for the ON Semiconductor family of discrete constant current regulators for driving LEDs in automotive applications
The purpose of this paper is to explore the temperature and power boundaries for devices in the SOD-123 and SOT-223 packages operating from typical currents of 20- to 30mA in automotive applications.
1999-06-29 The role of touchscreens in portable devices
This paper shows how proper, up-front planning of the user interface, as well as careful attention to hardware and software design details, greatly enhance overall performance and usability of touchscreen devices.
2000-05-03 The role of the digital STB in home entertainment system
Set-top boxes are evolving from fixed-function devices to a home networking system, allowing a new breed of interactive services. This paper describes the layered architecture and firmware approaches in the high-speed serial bus standard.
2000-06-14 The Role of Silicon Germanium in Optimum Technology Matching
This technical note examines the process of Optimum Technology Matching (OTM), which is used to determine which of the available process technologies will maximize performance and minimize cost. This paper also discusses the role of SiGe within that framework.
1999-11-17 The role of silicon germanium in optimum technology matching
This paper will examine the process of OTM (Optimum Technology Matching), and discuss the role of SiGe within that framework.
2007-07-19 The quest for digital broadcast quality: Addressing quality hotspots
This paper from Altera examines the quality 'hotspots' HDTV may suffer, from the time it is captured to the moment it is experienced by the consumer, and discusses ways of preserving and improving the quality within existing distribution bandwidth restrictions.
1999-06-01 The practical side of switching audio power amplifiers
This paper will review existing amplifier technologies, explain basic theory behind switching amplifiers, discuss some switching amplifier design points and compare the efficiencies of three amplifier types.
2000-05-03 The opportunities for 1394-enabled PCs
This paper describes the IEEE 1394 bus. It discusses the new applications for the IEEE 1394-enabled PCs. Additionally, the use of the 1394 standard in audio/video production studio environments is introduced.
1999-04-08 The emergence of interactive data services for TV
This paper presents issues surrounding next generation set-top boxes, including integration of PC-like qualities onto TV screens, key architectural requirements, and features to consider in reference designs for easy deployment of enhanced set-top boxes.
1999-04-08 The challenges of doing PCI design in FPGAs
This paper covers the issues in doing PCI in FPGAs, how they are surmounted and what are the things the designer needs to think about when implementing such a design scheme.
2000-07-01 The CDMA receiver system in an IS-98-A standard
Reciprocal mixing, cross-modulation, spurious response and other RF issues should be considered carefully in the design of a CDMA receiver. The paper offers a derivation of essential specifications, block- and front-end level, for the receiver section of a CDMA handset.
2003-07-01 The benefits of Ethernet-based audio networks
This paper discusses how over the last few years, a significant trend has emerged in the professional installed sound industryusing Ethernet to distribute high-quality audio.
2000-03-20 The advantages of digital equalization
This paper discusses the advantages of digital equalization over analog, including the simplification of design and verification, greater flexibility, greater reliability, reduced part count, improved testability, simplified production, reduced cost and superior sound quality.
2000-12-01 The advantage of using logic BIST for ASIC designs
This technical paper reveals the advantage of using logic BIST for ASIC designs.
2010-04-07 Test plan for Agilent HDMI 1.4
Profiled in this technical paper are the high-speed source equipment, cable and the equipment's electrical tests, the protocol, audio and video tests, and subsequently the details of Ethernet and audio return channel tests (for these are all the additional functions).
1999-09-09 Technology economics of standards based WLAN solutions and cost of ownership
Wireless LAN radio technology continues to advance in performance achieving Ethernet like data rates and is becoming ubiquitous serving a variety of voice and data applications in the 2.4GHz ISM band. Standards are starting to emerge, allowing equipment manufacturers to deliver cost effective interoperable WLAN systems. This paper describes the benefits of using integrated chipset solutions over discrete designs, which are standards driven.
2001-03-26 Technical Requirements And Design For "Multimedia Home Platform" (DVB-MHP)
This paper describes an efficient DVB MHP (Multimedia Home Platform) system solution, the complete software architecture, and DVB-MHP key elements such as Java Virtual Machine (JVM) and HAVi classes.
2000-05-03 Technical overview of IEEE 1394
This paper provides a basic technical overview of the 1394 standard. It includes background, protocols, cable, power, physical layer, arbitration, link layer and future directions of the technology.
2001-03-29 Technical overview of IEEE 1394
This paper provides a basic technical overview of the 1394 standard. Topics include background, protocols, cable, power, physical layer, arbitration, link layer and future directions.
1999-04-08 Technical challenges and solutions for narrow-band (IS-95) CDMA
CDMA is the fastest growing wireless technology and is projected to be the leading technology worldwide in a few years. This paper presents a complete radio chipset for narrow-band CDMA (IS-95) and discusses the technical problems associated with IS-95. CDMA chipset system performance is presented based on simulation and measurements.
2013-03-26 Taiwan PV firms reluctant to invest in Australia
According to EnergyTrend, though industries are highly interested in the overseas PV market, plans are still on paper due to the policy and environmental factors.
1999-06-29 System-to-silicon: Coupling architectural-level system definition with deep sub-micron design practices
This paper details a silicon manufacturing process design methodology for complex and mixed-signal system design starting at a higher level of design abstraction.
1999-09-09 System verification: Essential for digital wireless system-on-chip (SoC) designs
This paper discusses verification and hardware/software co-verification in SoC applications. It also deals with the SoC verification issue, and not the details of designing 3G wireless applications.
1999-12-06 System testability using standard logic
This paper presents some examples that illustrate the expanded test capabilities available in the earlier bus-interface products ? the SCOPE test octals.
2001-03-29 Synchronizing Network Elements On SONET/SDH Rings
This paper describes the complexity of the high-speed networks by analyzing different popular architectures and takes a look at the challenges in synchronizing various systems, such as ADMs, terminal multiplexers, cross connects, line cards and other network elements.
2001-07-03 Synchronizing Network Elements On SONEH/SDH Rings
This paper describes the complexity of the high-speed networks by analyzing different popular architectures and takes a look at the challenges in synchronizing various systems, such as ADMs, terminal multiplexers, cross connects, line cards and other network elements.
1999-11-23 Superectifier design brings new level of reliability to surface mount components
This paper deals with the company's superectifier and its difference with other MELF (Metalized Electro-Face) package style device. It also describes how surface mount technology improves the reliability of rectifier devices.
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