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2014-09-24 Waste to storage? Cigarette butts for storing energy
A material made from used cigarette filters can store higher amount of electrical energy than commercially available carbon and also had a higher amount of storage compared to graphene and carbon nanotubes.
2007-04-23 Storing battery fuel gauge parameters in the DS2781
This application note describes the calculations for converting the typical units into units that are stored in the DS2781.
2001-05-28 Storing a view
This application note discusses how to store a particular zoom or view and access it simply by using a hotkey on the keyboard.
2014-08-27 Handling, process guidelines for surface mount IC
This application note provides recommendations for handling, storing and mounting of Texas Instruments' surface mount IC packages. It can be used as a guideline and reference to support customers.
2014-05-14 Wearable supercapacitor chalks up high energy density
The device packs a network of graphene and carbon nanotubes, storing energy comparable to thin-film lithium batteries. It has volumetric energy density of 6.3microwatt-hours per cubic millimetre.
2008-02-18 Use segmented memory to improve DAQ
Given the high sample rates and bandwidths of today�s oscilloscopes, the critical issue is optimizing the quality of information captured by the instrument. This includes how to capture multiple events at a sufficiently high horizontal resolution for effective analysis and how to optimize the use of memory by storing and displaying only the necessary data.
2004-12-15 Toshiba, Memory-Tech propose dual-layer DVD/HD DVD disk
Seeking to ease the transition from the DVD to HD DVD format, Memory-Tech Corp. and Toshiba Corp., the main promoters of HD DVD, have jointly developed a dual-layer ROM (read-only) disk capable of storing both DVD and HD DVD content in the same disk.
2005-01-21 TI imaging processor adopted in Samsung's new camera phone
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) announced that Samsung Electronics has selected TI's imaging processor technology for what they claim as the first camera phone with a hard disk drive for storing images and video.
2007-12-03 Tap tested technology for DVRs
Developing a solution for storing digital video is a complex, time consuming, and costly task. A practical alternative is to implement a board-level DVR solution that is a proven technology, and can be customized to accommodate practically any application.
2002-11-08 Surface Mount - Tape and Reel
This application note discusses the features of the Tape and Reel packaging method for storing surface mount devices.
2003-12-12 STMicro flash chip with low pin count architecture
STMicroelectronics has introduced what it claims is the first two-in-one Firmware Hub (FWH) and Low Pin Count (LPC) Flash memory for storing BIOS content in a wide range of PC desktops, laptops and servers.
2011-02-22 STMicro develops processor for health data, payment card
With iChip, STMicroelectronics is embedding mobile server technology on a chip card to enable a secure environment for storing health information of individuals and their family members.
2013-08-07 Start-up uncloaks its RRAM non-volatile memory technology
Crossbar Inc. recently uncloaked its Crossbar Resistive RAM, a new memory technology capable of storing up to one terabyte of data on a single 200mm2 chip.
2010-12-21 Spintronics to enable quantum data storage on individual atoms
University of Utah researchers demonstrated how to store quantum information on individual atoms, rather than electrons, via spintronics. They achieved a refresh time of 112 seconds—thousands of times longer than memorories storing information on electron spin—by reading and writing spin onto phosphorus atoms in a silicon substrate.
2006-09-27 Spansion touts first 4-bit-per-cell flash memory
Spansion Inc. demonstrated what it claims as the industry's 'first' four-bit-per-cell Flash memory technology designed to expand Flash memory innovation and lower costs of storing digital content inside electronic devices.
2011-03-25 Recovery method makes hydrogen fuel cells feasible
Researchers have found a way to use ammonia borane as a material for storing hydrogen, enabling hydrogen fuel cells for vehicles.
2002-12-04 Pretec CompactFlash card has 3GB capacity
Pretec Electronics Corp. has introduced its CompactFlash cards that are targeted at storing digital audio and video files.
2006-01-09 PCI bus A/D board gobbles data at a whopping 1.5GS/s
The new PCI bus plug-in from Ultraview is capable of continuous acquisition at up to 1,500MS/s (1.5GS/s) and storing up to 16-billion samples of uninterrupted analog data.
2006-08-01 OTP firmware enhances processor flexibility
Flash memory is costly for many consumer applications. Accessing firmware stored on external flash is power-intensive compared with storing the firmware on-chip. A better solution is to embed one-time programmable non-volatile memory on the processing chip.
2014-04-17 Niche SRAM market thrives in networking, telecoms
Given the memory's speed capabilities, SRAM finds success in networking, where infrastructures are regularly updated in order to manage moving and storing data, and keep up with the growing Internet traffic.
2005-03-11 NI offers new SignalExpress
National Instruments announced the latest version of its NI SignalExpress, an interactive software environment for acquiring, comparing, automating and storing measurements on the benchtop.
2014-04-23 MRAM plots a 50 per cent CAGR increase
In addition to its non-volatile appeal, the growth is seen to be driven by power savings from storing data using magnetic element, yielding $246.3 million by 2019.
2004-01-07 Micro drive holds 2GB
Hoping to piggyback the market momentum toward portable consumer electronics storage devices, Cornice has unveiled a 1-inch hard drive (HD) capable of storing 2GB of data.
2014-12-22 Memory access ordering in complex embedded designs
The simple act of loading, storing, and transferring data between processor and memory is much more complex than it used to be. This article focuses on memory accesses, specifically the order in which they happen.
2005-06-02 Maxim pots include EEPROM
The new digital potentiometers from Maxim Integrated Products integrate EEPROM that simulates mechanical potentiometers by storing the wiper position prior to power down
1999-12-18 Introduction to ISSI's instant voice ROM products
Instant Voice ROMs, IVRs, are specialty devices for storing and playing sound. IVRs utilize the company's EPROM technology together with sound synthesis and D/A technology to make instant sound storing and playing possible. The ISSI IVR products contain an EPROM, ADPCM sound decoder, and an A/D circuit. Users first prepare an 8bit PCM sound file and then use the ISSI IVR development system to do the ADPCM encoding. The encoded data is programmed into a IVR device by using our IVR writer. This application note discusses the IVRs in detail.
2000-06-08 Interfacing the 8051 with 2-wire Serial EEPROMs
This application note provides assembly language examples of the 8051 code for the various Serial EEPROMs available from Microchip Technology. These routines are intended to provide the basic operating kernels for storing data to or retrieving data from a Serial EEPROM.
2015-02-25 Intel's 14nm process churns out world's smallest SRAM
The company will describe a 0.0500 ?mm2 SRAM bitcell capable of storing 14.5Mb per mm2, which is part of a memory array that will be widely used in Intel's future SoCs such as cellular modems.
2004-05-25 IMEC extends nonvolatile memory to 9-bits per cell
IMEC, the independent research organization that specializes in IC design and manufacturing processes, has developed a prototype nonvolatile memory cell capable of storing 9-bits.
2008-04-15 IBM fields 'racetrack memory' for handhelds
IBM researchers are working on a technology dubbed as 'racetrack memory,' which uses tiny magnetic boundaries to store data for handheld gadgets storing hours of film footage.
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