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2003-02-12 THUS to use Ciena online edge deployment platform
THUS plc has selected Ciena Corp.'s Online Edge Multiservice CWDM platform to support its LAN extension services, known as "City Ethernet."
2005-06-01 How to drive switching devices without losing speed
This article describes a high-voltage process for the high-side gate driver IC and the conventional high-side driver topology, and also addresses the driver IC problems
2011-06-22 Zoosh tech seen as alternative to NFC
Naratte's Zoosh technology transmits information via ultrasound with the aid of mobile devices' speakers and microphones, thus enabling such apps as phone-to-phone and phone-to-POS payments.
2007-05-04 Zero-IF DVB-T tuner gets rid of costly SAW filters
By using unique ZIF architecture and integrating an RF-tracking filter, Maxim's DVB-T tuner TV tuner eliminates external, discrete filtering components and the expensive SAW filter, thus enabling the industry's lowest BOM.
2009-12-08 Who takes the cake in netbook processor arena?
So, who are the winners and losers in the netbook and mobile Internet device thus far? At present, it appears that all chip vendors are both winnersand losers.
2007-05-01 When GIGO meets analog
The GIGO concept seemed to fade a few years ago. After all, processors were getting very powerful, and data-collection and analysis software were improving and including better bounds checking. Thus, many problems were trapped and flagged early in the analysis cycle.
2002-11-18 Using QDR for NPF's LA-1 specification
The NP Forum voted to use QDR, which is a proven technology as the basis for the LA-1 interface, thus reducing the implementation risk for NPE vendors
2008-10-06 Using EDAC RAM for RadTolerant RTAX-S/SL and Axcelerator FPGAs
In space applications, storage elements like SRAMs are susceptible to the impact of heavy ions from cosmic galactic rays. CGRs can collide with the silicon lattice of a RAM cell with sufficient photovoltaic energy to produce a change of state, thus invalidating the stored data and producing bit errors.
2008-02-25 Using a generic 0 to 1V analog multiplier to ensure accurate power management in battery-powered applications
This application note shows how to create a simple analog multiplier that is capable of multiplying two input signals ranging from 0 to 1V, thus ensuring accurate load-power measurement.
2011-02-03 Tyco Electronics' Nevalo solution aids lighting suppliers
The Nevalo system takes the technical complexity out of the LED design and manufacturing process, thus helping lighting fixture suppliers mix and match the right components to create new LED lightings.
2003-05-12 Trinamic stepper modules simplify motor control design
Trinamic Microchips GmbH's TMCM series of stepper modules for stepper motor control eliminates chip-level design, thus reducing the design time and cost, while simplifying the design of application-specific motor controllers.
2007-10-01 Trade-off issues chase short-range devices
As the market for short-range devices expands, the idea of a one-size-fits-all transceiver is simply out of the question, thus designers of these systems must consider the device tradeoffs and their impact on link robustness and battery life.
2014-07-17 Touchscreen allows perception of texture
Japanese researchers were able to use an electrovibration variant on a touchscreen prototype to create localised friction and thus cause the perception of texture.
2011-04-26 Toshiba-SanDisk overtake Intel-Micron in NAND process race
Outpacing the Intel-Micron duo, Toshiba and SanDisk have fabricated 2bit-per-cell, 64Gb NAND flash memory chips with 19nm process technology, thus enabling 8GB on a single chip.
2011-03-10 Thunderbolt rouses quiet PC world
As Intel tries to promote Thunderbolt, detractors point out perceived weaknesses such as the absence of compelling applications, thus keeping big vendors from supporting the interconnect.
2007-03-13 Thin-film chip inductors save PCB space
TT electronics BI Technologies Magnetic Components Division is offering a series of thin-film chip inductors designed to fit space-constrained applications, thus saving PCB space.
2001-12-01 The work flow of a block-based design team
In the block-based design flow, engineers work with blocks comprising thousands of cells rather than with the individual cells, thus providing a higher level of abstraction necessary for dealing with complex multi-million-gate SoC designs.
2011-10-05 The myth of the $100M ASIC
The notion that leading-edge chips require $100 million to develop has severely decimated levels of venture capital investments in semiconductors, thus diminishing innovation in the industry and the economy.
2005-11-30 The myth of the "ideal bus"
Many companies promote a single technology as the ideal bus that meets all application needs, but in actuality, each bus technology has its own strengths and weaknesses and thus is appropriate for different applications.
2007-07-02 The anatomy of the digital home
Parks defines the "digital home" as having two-way connectivity between two or more subsystems thus, it must start with a reliable, robust and secure wired and wireless platform fed by a broadband connection.
2011-02-11 Technique promises nanoscale resolution with visible light
The new technique uses multiphoton absorption with photoresists to achieve nanoscale resolution with focused visible light, thus delaying or even eliminating the need to move to extreme UV light sources.
2007-07-02 Tame signal integrity in the fast lane
High-speed serial standards have created a demand for design teams to not only think about signal integrity but to also have an in-depth knowledge of how it will affect the performance and reliability of today's systems thus, engineers must first understand what affects signal integrity within a system.
2010-12-21 Taiwan greenlights AUO's gen 7.5 TFT-LCD fab on mainland
Government regulators relented thus AU Optronics' planned new facility in China—a generation 7.5 TFT-LCD fab—is set to rise. The company already has eight LCD fabs in Taiwan, including a gen 8.5 set to mass produce in 2011.
2006-12-07 Taiwan flexible CCL makers form cluster in China
Several Taiwan-based manufacturers of flexible CCL have formed an industry cluster in eastern China, thus pushing a few flexible PCB makers in Taiwan to set up shop in the area as well.
2010-10-21 Switch increases solar cell efficiency
The integrated low-loss power switch and precision controller from STMicroelectronics replaces bypass diodes, thus protecting the energy that would have been lost in each diode.
2014-05-02 SSD makers extend offerings to workload applications
Micron, SanDisk, and Samsung are capitalising on soaring demand for flash in data centres, developing workload-optimised SSD platforms with varied write capabilities that target the entire enterprise spectrum. The global SSD market is thus expected to jump by 30 per cent, reaching $12.4 billion this year, according to IHS iSuppli.
2009-03-02 Software tool accelerates ECU efficiency
TTTech Automotive (Vienna) has announced a software tool to validate the consistency of Autosar components in electronic control units (ECUs). TTX-Autoverify increases the engineering efficiency during system integration, thus helping shorten time-to-market and costs.
2015-03-03 SMIC, Cista boast 8MP CIS prod'n on 0.13?m BSI
According to the companies, back-side illumination CMOS image sensor technology boosts the amount of light captured by the sensor, thus enabling image sensors with better low-light performance.
2016-05-10 SiP styles for magnetic position sensors in automotive apps
Here is a case for using a complete MPOS system produced as a System-in-Package, thus relieving the automotive supplier of the need to produce a PCB assembly when implementing magnetic position sensing.
2008-02-18 Single-chip WiMAX RF transceiver halves BOM
Maxim's MAX2838 single-chip WiMAX RF transceiver eliminates the costly SAW filter and extra VCO circuitry required by existing superheterodyne solutions, thus saving 50 percent on BOM as well as reducing component count and board space.
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