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2014-06-19 ADI sharpens RF edge with Hittite
The acquisition of Hittite is expected to reposition Analog Devices on the high-end of radio parts suppliers, strengthening its foothold in the industrial, communications infrastructure, and automotive markets.
2008-09-02 Achieve efficiencies with algorithmic synthesis
Algorithmic synthesis moves the creation of application engines (algorithms on silicon) to a higher level of abstraction, giving significant time and cost savings.
2012-01-02 A primer on wireless sensor network
Here are the basic concepts of wireless sensor networks and protocols, the significant elements comprising a wireless sensor, and some of the important design considerations for using them.
2005-03-16 A link forged in copper
Two design teams that helped define high-bit-rate DSL standards a decade ago are facing off in yet another realm where copper carries data.
2007-07-02 A comparison of line driver and line receiver varieties
Line drivers and receivers come in many speed, distance and drive types to meet the increasing needs of data links, and support RS-232, RS-422, RS-485, and LVDS for point-to point, multidrop, and bus/backplane applications.
2015-09-10 60 start-up companies to watch in 2015
EE Times has selected 30 start-up companies to come on to version 16.1 of its list of 60 firms that are worth keeping an eye on. Readers are welcome to nominate their own emerging companies.
2003-05-16 5.8GHz RF is focused for analog vets
After years of lagging behind on different ventures, Micro Linear Corp will concentrate on 5.8GHz RF products.
2007-05-14 200V ICs target low-voltage motor drive apps
International Rectifier has introduced IRS200x family of driver ICs, a series of 200V chips for low- and mid-voltage motor drive applications.
2014-10-15 200mm fab lives on, end nowhere in sight
Despite the upgrade to larger wafer sizeswith fabs that transitioned to 300mm over a decade agothere is still plenty of life remaining in 200mm fabs, and the introduction of MEMS-based accelerometers for motion tracking has been a boon to eight-inch wafers.
2007-04-16 1Gbit mobile DRAM, CMOS sensors aimed at cellphones
Micron Technology Inc. introduced a new line of CMOS image sensors for camera-based cellphones, as well as what it claims is the industry's 'first' 1Gbit mobile DRAM for multifeatured handsets to be based on a 78nm technology.
2011-09-21 16G chipset offers 14Gb/s performance
Gennum has launched 16G Fiber Channel module chipsetthe GN2017 and the GN1068, which are compatible with recent Fiber Channel applications.
2010-04-15 16bit MCU enables 5120-dot high-res display
Seiko Epson Corp. has begun shipping samples of the S1C17706 16bit microcontroller capable of 5120-dot high-resolution display.
2010-01-11 14.6Mpixel image sensors enable HD video at 60fps
OmniVision Technologies Inc. launches two 14.6Mpixel image sensors capable of delivering high-resolution still photography and full 1,080p HD video at 60fps.
2015-06-18 14 award-winning sensor technologies
The 2015 Sensors Expo has announced the winners of the annual "Best of Sensors Expo awards." A total of 14 awards were given in two categories: Application and Innovation.
2007-09-25 10Gbps pluggable transceiver tunes into DWDM band
Mitsubishi Electric Corp. says it has developed the world's first compact and pluggable 10Gbps optical communications transceiver, capable of discretionary tuning of all C Band DWDM.
2011-06-23 100V gate driver for enhancement-mode GaN FETs
National Semiconductor launches the LM5113, a highly-integrated, high-side and low-side GaN FET driver that reduces component count and PCB area.
2002-09-23 0-In Design: A preferred approach for verification
Companies designing complex multimillion gate ASICs recognize functional verification as one of the largest problems facing design teams.
2005-04-01 null
Because of its cost-effective control functions, 8bit MCUs continue to be the workhorse of the automotive industry.
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