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What is a system on chip (SoC)?
A system on chip (SoC) refers to integrating all components of a computer or other electronic system on to a single IC. An SoC may contain digital, analogue and mixed-signal functions all on a single chip substrate. SoCs are often used in embedded systems.
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2002-05-13 Virage pursues system-on-chip IP strategy
Embedded-memory designer Virage Logic Corp. is pulling together a strategy for being a one-stop intellectual-property (IP) supplier to a growing number of companies developing system-on-chip (SoC) products.
2004-07-16 Testing multibus system-on-chip devices
Multiple-clock domain buses require
1999-09-09 System verification: Essential for digital wireless system-on-chip (SoC) designs
This paper discusses verification and hardware/software co-verification in SoC applications. It also deals with the SoC verification issue, and not the details of designing 3G wireless applications.
2003-12-22 SOI CMOS Technology for RF System-on-Chip Applications
This application note discusses SOI CMOS technology for RF system-on-chip applications
2004-07-01 Evaluating processing options for system-on-chip integration
Decisions in SoC integration has to do with the resources available and how features and bugs will be handled.
2004-04-22 Developing embedded Linux device drivers for a system-on-chip device
This paper will focus on aspects of writing device drivers for non-standard hardware, and exploring the hardware APIs.
1999-06-01 Designing a USB sub-system on chip
This paper examines an easy approach to create a USB sub-system on silicon. Microcontroler based products embed majority of the macro cells needed for USB, such as the 3.3V regulator, USB transceiver, USB software and hardware modules on chip, thus providing easy implementation for the user.
2003-04-28 ARM, DSP makers team on system-on-chip spec
ARM Ltd has announced that it is teaming with DSP vendors to create an integration specification that would make it simpler for designers to debug systems that employ a microprocessor and DSP.
2012-11-20 Yoshida: Can Renesas be saved by the Wii U?
Junko Yoshida offers analysis on the upcoming launch of Nintendo's Wii U console and how Renesas will be impacted by its sales.
2005-03-22 WISchip unveils SoC solution for A/V apps
To address the increasingly demanding multimedia data storage and transmission requirements of home entertainment and surveillance systems, WISchip announced the release of its Cypher 7108 SoC audio/video (A/V) encoding solution.
2015-11-23 What makes hardware emulation so compelling
Here is a quick assessment of the evolution of hardware emulators over the past two decades, comparing where things stood in the 90s to where they are today.
2010-09-08 Verigy installs SoC testers at KYEC
King Yuan Electronics Co. Ltd adopted Verigy test equipment for its RF SoC line.
2014-12-17 Verifying multi-processor SoC cache coherency
Learn about a highly automated approach to cache coherency verification at the SoC level: generation of test cases to stress every aspect of a multi-processor, multi-memory, multi-level cache design.
2005-06-15 Verify 1.5Gbps, 3Gbps gen of SATA standard at block, chip level
Synopsys announced the addition of Serial ATA verification intellectual property to its DesignWare Library.
2013-12-26 Utilise PSoC for heart rate monitor
Read about a heart rate monitor design using programmable system-on-a-chip.
2011-06-28 Using CC1190 front end with CC1101 under FCC 15.247
Know what to expect when using a CC1101- CC1190 design under FCC Section 15.247 in the 902-928MHz frequency band.
2012-02-17 Using 78M6618 PDU1 eval board
Read about the 78M6618 PDU1 evaluation board, which is a power distribution unit that uses the 78M6618 system-on-chip.
2005-04-28 TSMC unveils 65nm process, production due December
Foundry chip maker Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg Co. Ltd unveiled its 65nm manufacturing process at its Technology Symposium held in San Jose, California, declaring that first wafers processed with the rules are expected in December.
2014-11-11 TSMC envisions the next big thing
The framework for "the next big thing," according to TSMC, is being cast at advanced foundries that offer one-stop shopping for fabless innovators who want to integrate MEMS sensors and actuators alongside CMOS circuitry on the same SoC.
2005-04-15 Tower Semi debuts 0.18- and 0.13-?m libraries
Pure-play independent specialty foundry Tower Semiconductor announced the introduction of its in-house set of 0.18?m and 0.13?m design libraries.
2004-06-30 Toshiba extends bulk CMOS life to 22nm
Toshiba Corp. has developed technologies that it says will extend the life of bulk CMOS as far as the 22nm technology node, which won't reach production until 2016, according to the timetable set out in the 2003 edition of the International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors (ITRS).
2005-03-10 Toshiba acquires embedded software firm in Bangalore
Japanese electronics company Toshiba Corp. has acquired Socrates Software India, an embedded software and reusable software component developer for digital consumer and personal communication applications.
2012-10-18 TI's latest SoC ready for smart e-meter apps
Texas Instrument's latest Smart meter SoC integrates metrology, application and communication functions in one single chip to simplify designs, increase flexibility and reduce system costs.
2005-05-26 The 'first 2.4GHz RoC with a programmable mixed signal array
Cypress launched what it touts as the world's first 2.4GHz Radio-on-a-Chip with a programmable mixed signal array
2013-09-24 Synopsys uses TSMC's 20nm SoC process for interface IP
The silicon-proven Synopsys DesignWare USB, DDR, PCI Express and MIPI PHY IP on TSMC's 20nm SoC process is designed to achieve high yield by meeting the requirements of advanced manufacturing design.
2012-12-07 Synchroniser with programmable MTBF capabilities
Here's a high frequency synchroniser circuit with programmable mean-time-between-failure capabilities well suited for high frequency clock gating and input signal synchronisation applications.
2013-10-16 Structural, reset faults in SoC designs (Part 1)
Here's a two-part survey of some of the basic structural issues in reset architectures used in advanced nanometre scale SoC designs.
2004-10-22 STMicro, Xilinx to launch embedded FPGAs in 2005, says analyst
STMicroelectronics and partners IBM Microelectronics and Xilinx Inc. are expected to launch programmable logic cores for the ASIC and system-on-chip markets within the next six months.
2004-12-13 STMicro keynoter sings praises of transaction level modeling
Philippe Magarshack, group vice president of central R&D at STMicroelectronics, made the 20km journey down the mountain from Crolles to provide a keynote presentation to the IP-SOC 2004 conference, which opened here today.
2004-05-03 Startup raises $3.8M to support multicore SoCs
Ignios Ltd, a company formed in 2003 with plans to enter the embedded system-on-chip (SoC) market, has raised $3.8 million in a first round of private financing, the company said Wednesday (April 28, 2004).
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