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2005-07-01 Truth in advertising
Signal-processing applications are becoming more complicated and more variedand so is the hardware that runs them.
2003-01-02 The truth about 300mm
The move to 300mm wafers will leave fewer companies owning their own fabs; the few that can fill 300mm fabs will pull increasingly ahead of direct competitors that choose to use foundries.
2013-01-24 Discover the truth about analogue IP at 28nm
Know the truth about the three myths surrounding the economics of analogue block implementation in advanced process technologies
2002-10-24 6-bit 63dB RF digital attenuator solution
This application note describes Alpha's low-cost 6-bit 63dB RF digital attenuator and how it has solved the difficult problem in attaining the full 63dB in a single package using two individual low-cost, plastic packaged GaAs ICs.
2008-01-16 What would I be, if not an engineer?
Being an engineer at heart, I find that most other careers provide only portions of what I love about engineering. The truth is, I would probably find most other careers too limited in variety and challenge
2008-05-01 SoCs wrestle with schedule delays
No prudent chip company would admit as much to customers, but the unspoken truth in today's complex world of SoC design is that most ICs will neither be developed nor delivered on time
2015-05-21 Nothing left to be invented in embedded control (Part 1)
Thankfully, it is far from truth that there is nothing left to be invented in the realm of embedded control. This series looks into the various innovations occurring right now in front of our eyes
2013-06-19 TrueSTUDIO v4.1 bolsters embedded test support
Atollic's TrueSTUDIO v4.1 includes the ability to record and display instruction trace data, aiding embedded developers maintain software quality.
2008-09-09 ST takes wrap off AC-switch gate driver with supervisor IC
The STCC08 from STMicroelectronics is said to be the first solid-state AC-switch driver to integrate switch-supervision, allowing designers to save board space and reduce workload with a straightforward solution for mains-powered devices designed to meet IEC60335-1 and IEC60730-1 safety standards.
2005-03-28 Speedy analog tools roll
Cypress MicroSystems' microprocessor-based analog function controllers are now supported by fast, easy-to-use programming tools called PSoC Express, and competitive pricing.
2013-07-30 Reduce SoC power use without high-level EDA tools
Read about several situations where high level design tools are not useful and are sometimes a hindrance.
2006-02-20 Japanese trio announces COSMORAM Rev. 4
Toshiba, NEC and Fujitsu announced that they have reached an agreement on standard interface specifications known as COSMORAM Rev. 4 for PSRAM for use in mobile devices.
2015-01-09 Identifying memory trends: Issues, standards and specs
Jennie Grosslight, the memory test product manager at Keysight Technologies, revealed what she thinks will be the prevailing memory trends in 2015.
2004-12-27 How can they learn?
Part Rube Goldberg, part Tinker Toys, Jack's retro toys are taught the basics of digital logic and computer programming in an unusual way.
2002-03-20 Fujitsu, NEC, Toshiba agree on common specifications for PSRAM
Fujitsu Ltd, NEC Corp. and Toshiba Corp. have reached an agreement on common specifications for the next generation of PSRAM devices.
2002-06-04 World needs fewer chip suppliers, analyst says
As if a lousy business climate weren't bad enough, there's more to worry about for semiconductor manufacturers.
2000-07-01 Wireless future: At what cost?
I recently attended "Bluetooth Geneva," a conference sponsored by UK-based IIR Limited. Bluetooth, a proposal by cellphone makers Nokia and Ericsson along with computer makers IBM, Intel and Toshiba, is now endorsed by over 1,600 manufacturers. That this technology is hot is evidenced by the questions from the Taiwanese engineers at the executive panel discussion, "Interfacing for the Millennium," sponsored by Global Sources during the IIC-Taipei conference in May. Bluetooth was intended to link portable PCs and cellphones with a short distance wireless link. In principle, it will enable you to download an address book from your PC to your cellphone. Though it frequency hops at 2.45GHz, the Bluetooth transceiver was conceived as dumb, low power (10mW), and cheap.
2001-07-16 Understanding one's needs is key to motivation
This article talks about the insights of Philip Chatting, Global Sources' vice-president of corporate human affairs, regarding career management and wok motivation.
2004-01-21 Two IP vendors pave the road to low power
The push for low-power ICs in advanced processes has produced little consensus beyond the notion that no single fix will do.
2011-07-13 Thunderbolt lacks efficacy to oust USB
Thunderbolt provides attractive prospects but there are serious technical and economic disadvantages that should be checked.
2005-07-07 The other computer inside
At one point in its history, Cirrus Logic made so many PC peripheral chips that its glossy annual report referred to itself as "The Other Computer Inside". At its height, Cirrus was taking close to $1 billion in revenues from the PC market.
2004-11-01 The humble power supply
Power supplies that provide ample standby power and full operating load can create enormous reductions in greenhouse gas emissions and even enormous markets for forward-thinking companies.
2011-08-29 Telegent's curtain call: The three-way spin off
As told by its executives, Telegent is now spun out in three ways: an engineering team went to Spreadtrum; some are now working at a well-known U.S. company; and a dozen people is now a part of a spin-off company.
2011-08-08 Talkwalkar's profile fits AMD's next CEO
AMD's CEO should be a person who knows the dynamics of the Intel market and has lots of experiences, a profile that fits Talkwalkar 's experience and character.
2003-03-14 Taking a different road to the same destination
Professor Shin Dong-Wook of Hanyang University changed his career to teaching so that he can do more creative research into optical communication.
2001-06-16 Taiwan's women engineers break into R&D
Female design engineers are gaining ground in Taiwan's electronics industry despite social pressures common in a traditionally male-dominated industry.
2004-02-02 Strained SOI on the move to mainstream
The advantage of strained silicon lies in its electrical properties. The crystalline lattice of the top, electrically active layer of silicon is strained so that electric charges flow faster.
2002-05-14 Shifting opinion shakes footing of embedded Linux
The embedded Linux waters grow murkier, as analysts disagree over the future of the upstart operating system and one vendor, Lineo Inc., fights for its life.
2012-01-05 Ruthless DRAM market leaves Elpida struggling
Elpida's loans that are due to be paid in April have the company looking elsewhere for funds, driving up speculations of a takeover.
2007-11-16 RFID hits roadblocks in war vs. fake drugs
The electronics industry has been counting on RFID's adoption as the antidote to drug counterfeiting. But legal wrangling and federal foot-dragging are raising concerns that the technology's adoption for tracking drugs through the supply chain may no longer be a given.
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