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2003-05-11 Low Cost Coupling Methods for RF Power Detectors Replace Directional Couplers
This application note discusses coupling schemes for LTC RF Power controllers and RF power directors
2003-04-16 WEDC Flash memory offers simultaneous R/W operation
The W72M64XV-XBX 2Mx64, 3.3V Flash memory device from White Electronic Designs Corp. allows simultaneous R/W operation
2002-09-17 STMicro R/W channel IC supports vertical recording
STMicroelectronics' "Leonardo" chip is claimed to be the first R/W channel IC in the market to support vertical recording for HDDs
2015-08-03 QuickLogic sensor hub slashes power use of app processors
The Eos S3 SoC packs a half-dozen hardware accelerators to target wearables, and promises to significantly off-load the app processor of any smartphone using the device.
2005-01-25 Platform enables designers to anticipate power requirements at start of design cycle
Faraday introduced its PowerSlash IP family and design platform that enables designers to anticipate low power design requirements at the beginning of the design cycle
2002-03-14 MEMS project shrinks bio agent detector
MEMS technology is the key component in a bid by Sandia National Laboratories researchers to reduce a biological detector the size of a lab bench to desktop dimensions
2006-12-06 IF detector IC targets multifunction wideband receivers
New Japan Radio has announced an IF detector IC with an integrated FM/AM detector circuit for use in multifunction wideband receivers
2007-04-12 Camera module has sensitive IR detector
NEC's uncooled HX0830M1 module delivers a highly sensitive IR detector capable of detecting far IR energy from 8?m to 14?m
2006-10-18 Renesas SiGe MMIC touts 'lowest' dissipation
Renesas claims its 3.3V SiGe MMIC power amp delivers high gain at the industry's lowest dissipation level for a SiGe MMIC
2015-07-23 Zero-biased waveguide detectors support 26.5GHz to 110GHz
The devices from Pasternack target various aerospace, defence and commercial wireless applications used in instrumentation, power detection, power monitoring and direct detection receivers
2010-02-21 Test
Electronic products sometimes fail EMC just before they can hit the shelves. You can avoid the cost of redesign and device recall, and product launch delay with "pre-compliance."
2005-01-04 Sipex PDIC tailored for 16x DVD writers
Sipex introduced its new photo detector integrated circuit (PDIC) designed for use in 16x DVD writers
2002-11-27 Researchers foresee availability of low-cost Geiger counters
GaAs diodes are being used to build real-time nuclear-radiation detectors that their inventors promise will be as small and cheap as today's non-real-time "dosimeter" badges.
2005-02-09 SiGe PA raises the bar on size, performance
SiGe announced its SE2550L RF front-end module and SE2523L power amplifier with integrated power detector for 802.11 b/g WLAN systems
2014-08-08 Build wireless base station MIMO antennae (Part 1)
Here's a review of the relevant MIMO modes and technology, as well as the advantages of choosing a suboptimal maximum likelihood detector receiver over a minimal mean square error receiver
2005-08-05 RF front end modules support 802.11 a/b/g WiFi products
Epicom announced a new family of four compact RF front-end modules for 802.11b/g and 802.11a/b/g WiFi products, which it reports have the smallest size, lowest current and highest efficiency in the industry.
2014-09-02 What's switching: Nine takeaways from Hot Interconnects
The event sizzled with announcements and discussionsFacebook introduced its high-profile switch, critics attacked Ethernet's shortfalls, experts scrutinised Wi-Fi, and silicon photonics took centre stage.
2003-04-28 WEDC Flash memory saves 70 percent of board area
The W72M64V-XBX 3.3V Flash memory from White Electronic Designs Corp. is packaged in a 13-by-12mm, 159 PBGA package.
2014-09-26 Vision in wearables: Broader applications, functions
Vision processing can now take place right on your wrist or your face at price points that enable adoption by the masses. This article tackles a key factor in this burgeoning technology success story.
2015-04-27 Verilog-AMS vs SPICE view for SoC verification
In this article, we comparatively analyse the usage of Verilog/Verilog-AMS and SPICE views from the perspective of data converters and clocking IPs in an SoC.
2016-04-28 Tackling IoT and Industry 4.0 sensor backplane needs
Read about the configurable analogue architecture that supports the bimodality requirements of the sensor backplane for both IoT and Industry 4.0 applications.
2011-09-01 Speeding up medical imaging process using FPGA
Read about the use of FPGA platform and a synthesis tool called Impulse C to speed up a statistical line of reaction estimation for a high-resolution PET scanner.
2014-06-23 Robots actuate industrial automation
Technology and artificial intelligence have entrenched on the industrial territory, where automation is no longer an option but a need, recording 179,000 robots sold worldwide in 2013.
2002-11-13 Quantum encryption to spell doom for hackers
Quantum encryption pioneers promise to put the world's first uncrackably secure networks online by early 2003. Based on the quantum properties of photons, quantum encryption guarantees absolutely secure optical communications.
2006-04-10 Optical isolator provides data transfer, electrical isolation
TT electronics Optek Technology has developed an axial optical isolator designed to provide electrical isolation and data transfer.
2002-01-04 Mitsubishi eight-channel controller supports more input selectors
The M61516FP is an eight-channel electronic controller that offers embedded volume control.
2012-05-09 Microchip CEO talks strategy, defends new acquisition
CEO Steve Sanghi said: 'With the SMSC acquisition and the economy bottoming out, before you can blink, we'll become a $2 billion companymuch larger than Freescale in the microcontroller space.'
2007-11-06 Metal-insulator tech drives down cost of 60GHz WPAN
By switching to metal-insulator electronicswhich can be fabricated on standard CMOS lines atop ultracheap plastic substratesMotorola reports being able to drive down the cost of 60GHz WPAN to rival that of semiconductors.
2007-05-21 MCUs offer enhanced memory, system features
The latest ST7FLITEU0 MCU series from ST, which are intended for simple and very cost-sensitive applications, is said to feature more memory and valuable system features.
2015-07-10 M2M systems need to shift from 2G to 4G, fast!
Designers of M2M systems are facing a hard reality, cellular network operators all over the world are planning to shut down their 2G networks as they move towards 4G.
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