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2003-10-24 Intersil PWM controller features MOSFET drivers
Intersil Corp. has announced the Endura ISL6563, a two-phase synchronous-buck PWM controller IC that integrates 2A MOSFET drivers in a 4-by-4mm QFN package.
2002-03-01 Integration trends in programmable logic
This news article illustrates the integration issues of programmable logic devices with other system functionality to drive PLDs in ASIC applications.
2005-12-12 InfiniBand-based ATCA blades meet the open standards
Diversified Technology's ATC5232 and ATS2148 ATCA blades will provide an InfiniBand-based fabric for blade systems using the ATCA open-architecture standard.
2014-09-10 Inertial-sensor chipset reduces power consumption
The LSM6DS3 chipset will improve the development of battery-powered smart sensor systems to be embedded in mobile and wearable devices and innovative objects for the IoT.
2006-10-12 Imsys makes three versions of reconfigurable MPU available
Imsys used the re-configurability of its IM3000.x microprocessor architecture to develop three new versions optimized for different wired and wireless network apps.
2004-09-17 IDT search engine shifts to 80bits
IDT unveiled feature-rich architectural details of its fourth-gen network search engine that will be implemented in several products in Q1 next year.
2011-02-01 Icera samples Espresso chipset for smartphones
Aimed at HSPA+ smartphones, Icera's Espresso 450 consists of new baseband and RF chips, and delivers quad band HSPA+ of up to 28Mbps together with full quad band 2G/3G voice support functions.
2012-02-01 HSA: AMD's new holy grail
HSA, said AMD's Macri, would combine scalar processing on CPU with parallel processing on the GPU, while offering high bandwidth access to memory at lower power.
2015-12-01 HMC, HBM gain wider appeal for computing networking apps
An expert said that while HMC and HBM products are rolling out along with DDR4, it's clear there's room for all three technologies to find market share as standards take time to settle into place.
2006-01-05 HD-video decoder core reduces silicon area
Imagination Technologies is presenting its latest HD-video decoder core and a full range of digital video image enhancement technologies at the Consumer Electronics Show 2006 in Las Vegas.
2012-02-06 Hardware/software co-dev't with emphasis on software
Read about the problems of hardware/software co-development from the point of view of the software designer.
2008-04-16 Guarantee quality in voice engine design
The general purpose SoCs used by today's cordless or IP telephones, integrated access devices and wireless unified communications devices, fully support the software DSP required for VoIP by integrating a software voice engine within the system software. This article discusses how to implement this in order to exceed telephony quality communication.
2014-03-20 Grasping parallelism and concurrency
Understand the distinction between these two, and see how those distinctions affect the embedded programmer's world.
2008-03-12 Fusion PSCs bring smart system management
Actel has announced an enhanced software-based calibration capability for their mixed-signal Fusion programmable system chips.
2004-04-02 Fujitsu extends AccelArray line
Fujitsu has developed two families of structured ASIC devices: one incorporating a 200MHz ARM 9 CPU, the other including various combinations of Gigabit PHY blocks.
2010-06-25 FPGA ref design ups flexibility for HD surveillance cams
From Altera Corp. comes a high-definition (HD), surveillance Internet protocol (IP) camera reference design on a single FPGA
2009-12-28 Forecast: Good, bad signs for 2010 electronics biz
2009 started off bad, but the year currently seeing some positive signs. Heading into 2010, there are both good and bad signs in the marketplace.
2005-07-18 For flexible future, think organic
'One day, we'll download books and use electronic paper to read them,' says a pioneer in the field of organic electronics.
2005-01-27 First Cyclone II member with 68K logic elements
With up to 68K logic elements at a cost of 66 cents per thousand, the Cyclone II devices from Altera are touted to be the industry's lowest-cost FPGAs and the largest density in their class.
2008-11-07 FAQs: getting started with USB
What are the resource requirements for the USB stack? How does a USB hub slow down devices?
2009-07-13 Eyeing Intel's strides in SoC biz
Intel Corp. isn't giving much detail on its two-year old initiative to become an SoC supplier. But interviews with executives and analysts show the company is making gradual progress laying the foundations to build competitive SoCs.
2009-06-30 Exec: Memory biz needs more consolidation
The memory industry's business model sector is broken, prompting the need for more rational behavior and consolidation in the industry, according to an executive at the Memcon technology event.
2013-01-18 Ever elusive LTE design wins continue to plague CES
Companies such as ST-Ericsson, Renesas Mobile, NVidia and Marvell have spent the past year developing LTE base band chips, but the still no news about actual design wins for the technology.
2008-05-09 eSilicon eyes acquisitions to drive growth
eSilicon is building up a portfolio of IP cores and has taken its first steps on the acquisition trail by buying Sweden's SwitchCore, a provider of Ethernet switching chips.
2012-10-19 Employ hierarchical methods for power intent specification
Here's a guide to using a hierarchical low-power design methodology.
2012-05-24 EMC Basics #15: Solve leaky RF seam problems with gaskets
Know how to choose among the different types of these "leak stoppers".
2004-12-29 Embedded algorithms for co and parallel processing
Celoxica announced its new Embedded System Level Algorithmic architectural design tool.
2010-11-01 Electronics industry analysts see mixed omens
The year 2010 is almost over, and the outlook is cloudy for the remaining months, heading into 2011.
2009-12-03 Driving reliable automotive system design with FPGAs
For FPGAs to be part of an ultra-reliable design, designers must protect the valid FPGA configuration used for initialization and prevent SRAM corruption during device operation.
2009-01-27 Driving reliable automotive designs
For FPGAs to be part of an ultra-reliable design, designers must protect the valid FPGA configuration used for initialization and prevent SRAM corruption during device operation
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