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2011-11-29 Beamforming ASIC targets ultrasound apps
The SAM2032 is a configurable 32-channel digital receive beamformer that interfaces to 12bit ADCs with 32 serialized LVDS inputs.
2014-10-15 Automotive communication backbone: MOST vs Ethernet
Read about the battle between MOST, the de facto standard used as the infotainment backbone in vehicles, and Ethernet, the standard used for the IT infrastructure in the consumer/commercial world.
2007-03-27 Audio processors promise optimum performance
MCS Logic has released three digital audio processors that promise optimized performance and code density for the combination of control code and signal processing requirements in digital audio decoding, file system management and system control.
2006-04-06 Audio codec targets MP3, WMA players
Atmel announced the availability of the AT85C51SND3 single-chip audio codec for high-volume markets.
2004-01-16 Audio chip aims at loaded cellphones
Wolfson Microelectronics introduced a low-power audio chip that integrates many of the audio-related components a cellular multimedia system would need.
2006-06-01 ARM suite promises performance gain
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co. Ltd has released its TS-EE series of aluminum electrolytic capacitors, with a rated voltage range of 400V to 450V, and capacitance of 82F to 560F.
2015-11-12 ARM expands core line-up for smartphones, IoT
The Cortex A-35 brings 64bit capabilities to entry-level handsets while the ARMv8 Cortex-M architecture enables hardware-based security on the smallest 32bit MCUs with minimal impact, even on real-time.
2014-09-03 Andes enters competition in CPU market
Focused more on the embedded market, Andes and its CPU licencees have been finding enough niches to get around ARM's stronghold. It has signed 100 IP licencing agreements with 81 customers.
2005-09-14 AMD Blackfin, Quadros RTXC support multimedia theme-park apps
Analog Devices Inc. and Quadros Systems Inc. a supplier of configurable and scaleable RTOSes, announced that Simon-Kaloi Engineering has chosen the combination of the Blackfin Processor and the RTXC Quadros RTOS as the core convergent processing platform for its line of high-performance, multimedia systems used for theme park applications.
2011-10-21 Altera, Eutecus announce FPGA-based full-HD video analytics
Altera and Eutecus have announced the release of their single-chip 1080p/30fps video analytics solution that features greater accuracy, detail and flexibility.
2008-03-17 Altera's automotive aspirations
Altera Corp. is entering the automotive electronics space in a big way. Robert Blake, VP of the automotive and consumer business unit, spoke with EE Times Asia about their automotive solutions.
2004-02-11 Altera rolls out faster FPGA devices
Altera Corp. has launched the newly architected, high-density Stratix II family of FPGAs.
2008-06-03 Advanced GPS devices roll from Atheros
Atheros Communications' newest ROCm GPS solution consists of its second-generation, single-chip GPS receiver, the AR1511, and companion ORION 3.0 software suite.
2002-05-28 ADI offers 32-channel/dual-16-channel MUXs
Analog Devices Inc. has announced the availability of a series of CMOS 32-channel/dual-16-channel analog multiplexer ICs that addresses the growing port count demand of telecom network systems.
2007-02-22 ADI baseband processors enable multimedia functions in low-cost handsets
ADI has announced the availability of two highly integrated baseband processors designed to enable multimedia functions in low-cost GSM/GPRS cellular phones.
2005-02-16 Accelerated Tech RTOS supports TI processor
Accelerated Tech announced the availability of the Nucleus real-time operating system for Texas Instruments' OMAP1710 processor.
2005-05-20 A/D converter board boosts signal bandwidth
Pentek customers can now boost signal bandwidth by nearly an order of magnitude with the release of the Model 6826 VME A/D Converter board
2006-07-17 A glimpse inside the Cell processor
Several years ago, IBM, Toshiba and Sony took the task on creating Cell, an amazing new multiprocessor microprocessor chip that will debut later this year in Sony's PlayStation 3 video game console, Toshiba's high-end televisions and IBM's blade servers.
2006-08-16 6th ESC-Taiwan gathers world's leading embedded tool vendors
Design engineers in Taiwan will be treated to an array of leading-edge technologies as the world's major embedded tool suppliers gather to showcase their products at the 6th Embedded Systems Conference-Taiwan.
2010-03-25 4G/LTE chips launch comes with little chaos
Much of the WiMAX/LTE solutions at the CTIA show are still point solutions and represent a prelude to the chaos and confusion that technology vendors will be busy unraveling.
2007-04-27 32bit MCU enables 3-phase motor control in one chip
Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe introduced MB91F487, the first member of a new series within its MB91480 32bit FR MCU family, optimized for 3-phase motor control in industrial and home appliances.
2014-09-24 32bit MCU elevates IoT power
The 32bit microcontroller core delivers twice the compute and digital signal processing of its predecessors, making it ideal for embedded application in industrial, infrastructure and home automation markets.
2006-04-04 32bit AVR processor targets multimedia systems for cellphones
Atmel's new family of 32bit processors has been designed to integrate on a single chip virtually all the functionality required for multimedia systems that are deployed in cellphones and digital cameras.
2008-02-04 'First' programmable multimode LTE modem rolls
NXP Semiconductors will demonstrate what it claims as the world's first LTE/HSPA/UMTS/Edge/GPRS/GSM multimode baseband platform.
2007-04-18 'First' FPGA-based digital broadcasting receiver accelerator rolls
EtherWaves claims its ClearSignal-Accel solution is the first digital broadcasting receiver accelerator based on a low-cost FPGA.
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