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2005-04-26 Linear Tech's new controller saves design time, board space
Linear Technology released a push button controller that provides control for dc-dc converters, processor interrupt logic and adjustable on/off timers.
2005-05-03 RESET controller in tiny package
Summit Micro developed and begun marketing its SMR 101 programmable RESET controller
2008-05-07 EV-125 I?C/S2Cwire controller with AAT1142 demo board
This document describes how to connect the I?C/S2Cwire controller board to AnalogicTech's AAT1142 dynamically programmable DC/DC buck converter
2008-02-18 Capacitive sensing makes a splash
Exploring the use of capacitive sensing in a water cooler illustrates not only how capacitive sensing can make devices more reliable, but also how the controller managing capacitive sensing can take on additional functions to add further value to customers and reduce maintenance costs
2014-09-04 Wake up smartphone: Touch gesture activates apps
A touch controller IC developed by Seoul-based Dongbu HiTek bypasses all the trouble of launching an app on a sleeping smartphone by making a single user-defined gesture on the blank screen
2005-04-07 Broadcom unveils Wi-Fi solution for PCI bus
Broadcom has announced what it claims is the first Wi-Fi chipset that supports the PCI Express bus architecture.
2013-03-18 Nordic's RFduino supports Bluetooth 4.0 app prototyping
Open Source RF has teamed up with Nordic Semiconductor to release RFduino, an Arduino-compatible board to support prototyping of Bluetooth v4.0 applications.
2015-01-14 Keep your eyes open for these gadgets in 2015
The recently concluded International CES 2015 showed tons of interesting items that provided a preview of the possibilities that people might explore in 2015.
2015-08-21 Examining two simple secondary battery circuits
In this article, we tackle two issues where non-standard solutions are useful, and in each case a less well known feature of many voltage references complicated the design.
2013-01-21 Examine soft-core processors for embedded systems
Here's a closer look at four soft-core processors to see which one would be most suitable for your platform.
2012-11-22 Enabling utility transactions with NFC
Find out how the need for a more sophisticated payment infrastructure may be addressed to facilitate automated payments.
2014-02-11 Developing IoT for industrial control (Part 2)
Here's a look at the Izot Internet of Things framework.
2008-03-04 ARM7-based MCUs integrate power-saving techniques
Atmel's new series of high-performance, ultralow-power ARM7TDMI-based MCUs feature innovative power reduction techniques for both active and standby modes.
2009-05-04 Wireless specs vie to replace IR remotes
The recently ratified Bluetooth 3.0 specification defined the Unicast Connectionless Data (UCD) function putting it in direct competition with RF4CE, the wireless remote control specification that merged with the Zigbee Alliance efforts to replace IR remote controls.
2015-06-01 Understanding HMI: Taking closer look at recent trends
Touch-enabled human machine interfaces offer a more intuitive means to operate electronics hardware, and are now at the forefront of it being used in a much wider scale.
2007-02-01 Streamline body electronics system development with model-based design
Model-based design reduces time-to-market by ensuring throughout the design process that the control system meets requirements, and by enabling hardware validation as it becomes available through hardware-in-the-loop testing.
2006-01-16 Hitting the road with an IBM Master Inventor
David Lammers caught up with IBM Corp.'s Application integration consultant and 2004 Master Inventor Nizam Ishmael in his customized 1998 Corvette.
2008-02-25 Flip Ultra camcorder delivers ode to clean design
When engineers at Pure Digital Inc. sat down a couple of years back to lay out their next project, they had many of the typical design criteria in mind: low cost, high quality, size, ease of use and low power.
2009-03-23 Employ CEC in HDTVs to meet Energy Star 3.0
A TV designer is faced with a host of design challenges to meet Energy Star's 1W or less standby mode requirement. Here's how designers can meet this stringent power requirement without sacrificing any display performance or features that consumers highly value.
2013-10-10 Develop touch electrodes for non-uniform surfaces
Know how to accomplish touch detection on non-uniform surfaces, such as discrete keys with overlays of varying thickness and curved surfaces.
2006-07-01 Clash in the PAN as formats multiply
Too many personal-area networks are trying to crowd into the digital home. At the recent Windows Hardware Engineering Conference, Microsoft Corp. disclosed its efforts to help build at least two of them.
2014-10-14 Apple, Samsung set fingerprint sensor growth in motion
The two biggest smartphone vendors will drive the value of fingerprint sensor market fourfold to $1.7 billion by 2020, especially since mobile payment is rapidly picking up steam.
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