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2007-07-23 IBM fab starts using Pb-free packaging process
IBM Corp. has started using C4NP, a Pb-free process that reduces the cost of packaging flip-chip devices
2009-05-08 Hall-effect sensor simplifies design process
From Allegro MicroSystems Europe comes the ATS617 three-wire differential Hall-effect sensor that combines enhanced EMC capability with a peak-detecting algorithm that provides design flexibility by offering the ability to sense a wide range of target geometries.
2013-01-22 Molecular Imprints comes first in 450mm race
Molecular Imprints Inc. has recently disclosed that one of their machines are being used by an unnamed semiconductor company to support the development of 450mm diameter wafers.
2008-08-08 Cheaper magnets bring new breed of hybrid cars
Rare earth permanent magnets can achieve smaller, higher-performance motors and power generators. The rub is that they require an expensive, multistep process to fabricate
2013-01-10 Wi-Fi module eases home network setup
TI's SimpleLink WiFi CC3000 module touts a Wi-Fi configuration process that allows multiple in-home devices without displays to connect to a Wi-Fi network via a smartphone or tablet
2008-05-13 Virtualization: Creating a new software development infrastructure
Although developers readily look to software itself to drive innovation, few have considered their development infrastructure a possible vehicle for change. With the advent of virtualization in the development process, that's about to change
2016-05-09 Shadow mask eases graphene etching at room temp
University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign) researchers came up with a one-step process for quickly patterning and transferring graphene circuits to flexible substrates using a simple shadow mask
2004-03-16 Passive integration activates wireless
The PiiP concept is a unique design approach for integrating package-level design into the silicon world via BiCMOS SiGe process
2009-05-15 Infineon intros Smart IGBT modules
Infineon Technologies AG has introduced its new Smart family of IGBT modules. The housing design of the Smart modules allows deploying self-acting PressFIT technology to assemble a Smart module to the PCB and to the heat sink in a single-step mounting process using one screw only.
2010-11-08 One-step PCB test system unveiled
JTAG Technologies merges boundary scan option with Digitaltest's combinational test system for easy PCB testing
2002-11-26 Superconducting junctions eyed for quantum computing
Josephson junctions, a superconducting type of transistor, are being investigated as a possible route to scalable quantum computers by a physicist at the University of Michigan.
2004-12-01 Scripting language uses small instruction set
Mirabilis Design's SmartMachine uses only 10 instructions to describe complex models in a few lines of code.
2011-07-06 Pragmatic, Holst partner on printed electronics tech
The partnership between Pragmatic and Host is believed to significantly advance the practical commercialization of printed electronics technology.
2003-06-24 PMC-Sierra MIPS processors eye networking systems
PMC-Sierra Inc. has introduced the RM7900, RM7965, and RM7935 MIPS-based processors for networked laser printers and storage systems.
2012-12-12 Perform efficient debug of multi-core MCUs
The real challenge is the processing of the high quantity of debug information coming from all cores and its proper presentation in real-time on the developer's screen.
2005-03-16 PC-based tools lower barrier to MEMS
Take a closer look at how low-cost PC-based tools can help hurdle the challenges in MEMS design.
2007-05-07 New IBM tech enables faster ICs
IBM scientists announced that they have devised a way to create vacuum spaces between copper wires in semiconductors, which will reportedly lead to chips that consume less power and run faster.
2005-03-14 In Hindsight, SW debug can run backward
Claiming a huge leap forward for embedded-software debugging, Virtutech's new debugger can run programs backward in time.
2009-10-05 Identifying the most favored embedded tool
What is your favorite tool in the embedded world? Here's an interpretation of the Embedded Market Survey.
2007-06-18 IBM pitches air gaps as 'ultimate' dielectric
IBM Corp. has vowed to commercialize the ultimate dielectrica pure vacuumbetween metal lines of its 32nm chips, thereby reducing parasitic capacitance on interconnection layers by 36 percent.
2013-10-17 High accuracy analogue signal measurement with MCU
Know the various ways to optimise a high precision analogue design for low power consumption.
2001-01-01 Familiar faces help overseas EEs feel at home
As more and more companies go overseas for new hires, engineers are stepping in, becoming mentors to minimize the newcomer's bewilderment.
2015-09-08 Examining performance in hardware emulators
Emulation performanceor the speed of its executiondepends on the architecture of the emulation system and the type of deployment.
2012-06-11 DAC tackles the rise of IP subsystems
Executives on a Design Automation Conference panel believe that intellectual property (IP) reuse in SoC design is increasing, thus creating challenges in compatibility and complexity.
2002-04-05 Cypress software toolset reduces MCU design time
Cypress Microsystems Inc. has provided the Programmable SoC Designer Software Tool Set for its PSoC MCUs, enabling design engineers to perform dynamic reconfiguration on their designs and reduce development times by up 30 percent.
2015-03-20 Cooler, faster way to grow electronic-grade graphene
Caltech researchers developed a faster method, at room temperature, an innovative technique to produce graphene, paving the way for commercially feasible graphene-based products.
2013-05-06 Conquering FinFET challenges
Here's a look at the challenges from custom/analogue, digital, parasitic extraction and signoff perspectives.
2015-06-30 Conductive ink on textiles yields stretchable electronics
University of Tokyo researchers said the discovery will enable electronic apparel such as sportswear incorporating sensing devices for measuring biological indicators such as heart rate and muscle contraction.
2012-08-23 C&K's PWR series handles larger size relay than tact switch
C&K's PWR Series Momentary Pushbutton Switch delivers 250V line powery as a main switch in white good applications, such as dishwashers.
2005-06-01 Big speedup promised in library characterization
Library characterization has long been an arcane art, but startup Z Circuit Automation aims to change this.
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