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What is a single board computer (SBC)?
A single board computer (SBC) is a complete computer system on a single board. The design is centred on one or more microprocessors with RAM, I/O and all other features needed to be a functional computer on the one board.
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2014-05-06 How IoT is changing the component industry
A good way for the IoT idea to expand is to add intelligence to mainstream products in the form of MCU/MPU and sensor.
2004-04-14 Green Hills calls Linux 'insecure' for defense
A storm has erupted in the embedded community, with real-time OSs house Green Hills charging that Linux is fundamentally insecure and wide open to security breaches by "foreign intelligence agencies and terrorists."
2007-10-04 Fuel gauge IC says how much power is left, accurately
Texas Instruments has launched a system-side fuel-gauge IC that can measure remaining battery capacity in Li-ion batteries.
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.
2014-10-07 Flexing into future: Optimising touch sensing tech for broader markets
Popular consumer products that use multi-touch are fueling the demand for touch sensing solutions. The challenge is that applications have different requirements, but not all of them can afford the hardware, software and power budget associated with the current designs.
2007-08-01 Flash price fall shakes HDD market
In the face of falling flash memory prices, HDD makers are retreating from what they thought would be new growth markets in mobile consumer systems.
2012-10-17 Exploring split-gate thin-film storage
Based on nanocrystals, SG-TFS is touted to provide fast, efficient read/write operation in a reliable, economical and scalable technology.
2014-08-06 Examining safety standards for transformer design
To let you easily identify which standard to apply, we have compiled the scopes and descriptions of the most typical standards referred to by electronics manufacturers.
2015-05-18 Examining a 100V DC energy monitor
To realise the green goal of energy efficiency, a mere power rating might not be sufficient under all circumstances. To achieve more exact results it can be a good idea to monitor the actual current.
2005-02-02 Ethertouch delivers next-generation capacitance sensing chip
Ethertouch's capacitive sensing technology utilizes the capacitance between the human body and a set of sensors to achieve advanced 3D-sensing solutions.
2005-09-22 ESD protection device from Semtech fits into ultra-small package
Available in a 2.1-by-1.6-by-0.58mm leadless package, the new?Clamp 3324P ESD protection device from Semtech is said to offer a package size that is 77 percent smaller than competing solutions.
2008-02-01 Enabling e-paper displays
We've all heard the sizzle of e-paper displays, with their promise of wraparound advertising signs, wearable wrist monitors and e-newspapers that we fold or roll up and stick into our pockets. While the age of these gee-whiz products is not yet upon us, their enabling display technologies are on the move.
2004-08-31 EM Micro RISC MCU provides 4KB ROM
EM Micro introduced a low-power RISC microcontroller that features four high-current I/Os and the equivalent of 4KB ROM, and operates on a 32kHz crystal.
2006-06-15 Driving away Intel's blues
Intel, the world's largest semiconductor company, is plagued with problems in its many businesses. We've put together ways how Intel can start chipping away its problems.
2014-04-21 DRAM interfaces see favourable future
Wide-IO promises to provide a wider, faster bus for communication, while reducing interface power consumption to a fraction of today's level.
2009-02-02 Design kit with light reflection eases color recognition
TT electronics Optek Technology has developed a color sensor evaluation kit that can help design engineers simply color evaluation in various applications.
2013-10-29 Design an efficient, smart thermal mgmt system
Build a thermal management system with fewer ICs while reducing the customisation needed.
2010-08-24 Demo boards for LDS87xx LED drivers out
IXYS markets demo boards for new inductor-based, high efficiency LED drivers
2016-05-02 Data inspection techniques for massive memory designs
Learn about efficient data inspection techniques that will help you reduce the verification stint in a large storage high bandwidth DDR-based memory design.
2008-03-19 Data converter packs four ADCs, two FPGAs
Pentek has released its Model 7150 High-Speed Data Converter, featuring four 200MHz, 16bit ADCs and a pair of high-performance Xilinx Virtex-5 FPGAs.
2014-08-29 Custom ASICs run towards datacentre finish line
Firebox, a UC Berkeley prototype system in development, targets to bring warehouse-scale computer based on ASICs and optical links to datacentres.
2009-11-27 Counterpoint: Can Apple manage to stay on top?
Apple's is a great success story, but like other companies that rode the crest of a great growth wave, the momentum may be changing even for this high achiever.
2011-12-12 Continental talks in-car Ethernet
Ethernet is the ideal means for data networks in vehicles because of the increasing bandwidth requirements driven by next generation camera-based driver assistance systems, Continental said.
2008-09-01 Components continue shrinking
Passive component miniaturization prevails for a growing number of portable electronics designs. If you can squeeze a higher capacitance or voltage in a smaller case size, that's even better. With resistors, there is a push for the same or better performance in smaller packages, particularly for consumer devices such as multimedia phones.
2005-10-17 Component vendors address module challenges
Get a bird's eye view of the changes, challenges and opportunities facing optical component and subsystem vendors today.
2007-04-19 Class G speaker amp loads more output power
Maxim's MAX9730 speaker amplifier features Class G architecture and integrated charge-pump power supply that enable this device to deliver two times more output power than conventional Class AB or Class D speaker amplifiers provide from a Li-ion battery.
2008-05-08 Chip meets USB 2.0 ESD protection needs
STMicroelectronics has met the complete ESD protection requirements for High-Speed USB, including Vbus, in an ultraminiature QFN-6 device measuring 1mm x 1.45mm x 0.65mm.
2005-02-01 Buck converter delivers power density of >570W/inch
Vishay released a new fully-integrated dc-to-dc buck converter that delivers power density of more than 570W per inch
2004-03-05 Broadcom IC enables NAS devices for home, business markets
The network storage processor chip from Broadcom enables a new class of low-cost and easy to use network attached storage devices.
2014-10-17 Boost thermal management of electronic systems
Find out how accurate compact thermal models of three-die power packages can be used to improve the thermal management of electronic systems.
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