Global Sources
EE Times-Asia
Stay in touch with EE Times Asia
EE Times-Asia > Advanced Search > signal response

signal response Search results

?
?
total search757 articles
2009-01-23 Taking the wrap off a 50-year old radio
The RT-159A, a crude tool by today's standards, provided a simple but critical function, transmitting a fixed tone or a pilot's voice in a rescue request.
2008-01-02 Taking the IC designer to the top
Expert IC designer Chu Yiren has achieved his dream of setting-up a successful IC business in China.
2012-03-21 Taking advantage of MCU sleep modes to boost energy savings
Learn about the different MCU modes that allow energy conservation.
2005-01-18 Taking a walk inside Bluetooth EDR
There's no doubt that Bluetooth technology has started to gain hold in the communication sector.
2013-02-04 Tackling the challenges of transition to DDR4
Know the key technical challenges designers face in transitioning to DDR4.
2007-10-16 System security takes on SoC approach
Protecting a device's secret key and content as well as understanding the basic requirements of a secure SoC are vital to create leading-edge products.
2007-08-13 System management tool starts at $1.20
Actel has introduced a new reference design for embedded applications that enables intelligent system and power management implementations starting at $1.20.
2007-07-20 Switching regulator eliminates heat sink, boost diode
Linear Technology's LTC3813 is a synchronous No RSENSE step-up switching regulator controller that eliminates the boost diode and the heat sink
2005-05-26 Supertex PWM controller IC uses low noise boost-buck topology
The new HV9930 from Supertex is a variable frequency PWM controller IC designed to control an LED lamp driver using a low noise boost-buck topology.
2004-08-31 Supertex makes 233 products "green"
Supertex has made available 20 different packages and 233 products in lead-free packages.
2000-12-01 SuperHyway provides SoC backbone
A step ahead of CompactPCI, Compact Packet Switching Backplane (cPSB) is emerging as a viable solution for interconnect problems.
2006-09-07 Stereo codecs extend battery life in portable devices
TI said its new audio codecs extends battery life by lowering power consumption in portable devices like digital still cameras and portable media players.
2007-01-09 Stainless steel pressure sensor fits tight spaces
American Sensor Technologies offers a miniature stainless steel pressure sensor for pressure measurement in confined areas.
2011-11-09 ST pushes limits with MCU release, reinforces market position
ST's STM32 F4 reinforces it strategy of delivering the best possible MCU performances to its customers to offer them the means to differentiate themselves against their competitors.
2005-10-25 ST expands VR platform
STMicroelectronics expanded its Voltage Regulator platform for desktop computer and server CPU power management applications with the introduction of the L6713 and L6714.
2007-02-09 ST combines light, color sensing in one chip
STMicroelectronics has announced its first highly integrated light- and color-sensing IC targeted at optical feedback and sensing applications, including mobile phones, notebook PCs and LCD TVs.
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.
2014-03-18 Sony, Panasonic develop 1TB archive disc
The archival discs will allow inter-generational compatibility between different formats, ensuring that data can continue to be read even as formats evolve.
2006-03-14 SoC supports blue, red laser technology
Atmel announced its AT78C4050 "All-Format DVD" SoC, an integrated optical system based on 0.13m technology.
2009-03-19 Sneak peek at techs that could change the world
To celebrate its 125th anniversary, the IEEE recently assembled a panel of technology experts to discuss emerging research technologies that have the potential to change the world.
2013-05-15 SMT bus converter touts PCB space savings
Ericsson's BMR456-SI is based upon the FRIDA II platform and promises unprecedented performance to system architects that are developing equipment for ICT applications.
2004-06-03 SMK develops camera module for mobile phones
SMK announced the commencement of production and marketing of camera modules designed for mobile phones.
2003-11-06 Sirenza obtains sixth U.S. patent
Sirenza Microdevices Inc., a designer and supplier of RF components for communications equipment manufacturers, has received U.S. patent number 6,639,473 entitled " Method and/or apparatus for controlling a common-base amplifier. "
2005-08-25 Single-ended to differential buffer serves single-supply A/Ds
DC coupling of single-ended signals into differential-input single-supply ADCs can be challenging
2015-02-03 Simplify compensation with LED buck regulator
Find out how to compensate the control loop in a peak current-mode controller to ensure stability when you are regulating current rather than the output voltage.
2008-01-04 Silicon TV tuners clearing hurdles
Although mobile phone and WLAN transceivers made the transition to silicon ICs years ago, solid-state TV tuners have been slower off the starting block. Recently, several companies have started to offer IC-based TV receivers that will replace the traditional "can tuner."
2009-03-16 Silicon oscillator reduces peak radiated EMI
Linear Technology is offering a precision silicon oscillator that significantly reduces peak radiated EMI and improves control of switching regulators in multiphase power supplies.
2005-06-21 Sensors tout several improvements
Allegro MicroSystems added three new gear-tooth sensors to its line of AC-coupled Hall-effect devices that offer a smaller package size and an integrated filter capacitor to provide additional reliability.
2013-08-15 Sensor takes signatures to new 'lights'
Researchers at the Georgia Tech used thousands of nanometre-scale wires to create a sensor that converts mechanical pressure such as a signature or a fingerprint directly into light signals.
2007-10-01 Sensor nets monitor safety-critical structures 24/7
Structural health monitoring a sensor-based preemptive approach that could supplement the current system of visual inspections and follow-on tests of bridges, buildings, aircraft and other safety-critical structures.
Bloggers Say

Bloggers Say

See what engineers like you are posting on our pages.

?
?
Back to Top