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2007-07-16 ROM emulation tool for voice-guidance ICs debuts
Epson has developed a ROM emulation tool compatible with its S1V30300 series of voice-guidance ICs for embedded applications
2012-11-16 Virtual prototype for Android HW-SW dev't (Part 1
Know how to do full software integration of handset hardware in the context of the Android software platform.
2007-05-09 Java software stack requires less than 200Kbyte ROM
ARM Ltd is upgrading its mobile Java software stack, turning it into a turnkey Java virtual machine for cellphones
2000-06-26 Design of 4Mb Virtual SPROM
This application note describes the design of a very low cost, CPLD-based virtual SPROM for downloading programming information to the Xilinx high-density XC4000 Series FPGAs
2013-08-08 Creating hybrid FPGA/virtual platform prototypes
Know how to use the PCIe-over-Cabling interface in its HAPS-60-based system to create a new class of hybrid prototypes.
2002-11-20 COP8 Flash ISP HANDBOOK - Virtual E2 Guide
This application note describes the COP8 Virtual E2 Methodology
2003-11-21 Sanyo LSI incorporates Dolby functions
Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd has developed a single-chip LSI that incorporates all the functions required in the Dolby Virtual Speaker System
2007-11-01 Playing with assembly code can be fun
Playing with assembly code is really tremendous fun, but if you try to tell this to the young people of today, they won't believe you.
2014-09-25 Open-Silicon supports web-based prototyping
Open-Silicon expanded its virtual prototyping capabilities with support for the Carbon System Exchange web portal that gives access to more than 100 pre-built virtual prototype systems and subsystems
2005-10-20 Freescale DSP brings Dolby capabilities to consumer, auto apps
Freescale Semiconductor introduced an advanced cost-effective digital signal processor (DSP) that features Dolby Digital, Dolby Virtual Speaker and Dolby Headphone technology functionality
2006-09-01 Crypto model checks IP leakage in fabs
Security specialist Certicom rolled out a hardware-based approach to protecting silicon IP using its elliptic-curve cryptography technology and a 20,000-gate embedded core. The company hopes to gain an early-mover advantage as commercial and military developers step up efforts in semiconductor security.
2005-09-16 Blu-ray adopts content protection
To suppress piracy, the Blu-ray Disc Association pursues a content-protection scheme for its next-generation DVDs.
2013-06-25 Utilising non-volatile memory IP in SoC designs
Integrating anti-fuse NVM on chip for program storage results to increased margin as well as independence from vagaries of supply chain and component availability.
2014-07-17 Utilising ARM Cortex-M based SoCs (Part 1)
Learn how internal SoC peripherals, such as an op-amp, ADC, PWM, and most importantly a processor core, are used to develop a system with the least number of components on the PCB.
2006-02-28 USB data-acq modules synchronously sample multiple analog signals
Data Translation's DT9832 series of simultaneous analog input multifunction data acquisition modules for USB 2.0 offers 2 or 4 channels of simultaneous, 16bit analog measurement at ultra high throughput speeds up to 2MHz per channel.
2007-05-25 Telematics microprocessor rolls for automobiles
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. has unveiled a microprocessor that aims to integrate all the control electronics for an automobile cockpit into a single low-power device.
2008-11-03 Teardowns provide renewed opportunities for Apple
Teardowns of current products are insightful, but teardowns of older products that failed can provide broader perspective.
2005-04-07 Slot-0 VXI controller runs Pentium-4 micro
KineticSystems is rolling out a new VXI Slot-0 controller that packs an Intel Pentium-4 microprocessor.
2009-04-13 Server board packs two Intel Xeon processors
Kontron has entered the server board market segment with the release of KTC5520-EATX, adding a server class category to its extensive portfolio of embedded and basic motherboard products.
2007-11-20 Security MCUs boost functions of SIM cards
Infineon Technologies has unveiled its new product family of security MCUs specifically designed for use in SIM cards.
2008-11-28 SDK simplifies USB device networking
Silex Technology America Inc. has launched a suite of software developer kits (SDKs) that enable device manufacturers to add functionality to their product for easily connecting and sharing virtually any USB device on a home or office network.
2011-05-19 PLX unveils USB 3.0-to-SATA controllers
PLX has announced that it will start production of direct-attached storage SuperSpeed USB 3.0-to-SATA controllers for wired external consumer storage drives.
2013-08-08 Peripheral hub as backbone of efficient SoC design
Know the ways to integrate digital, analogue, routing, and interconnect sub-systems into an ARM-based SoC embedded system.
2003-01-13 Nifty gadgets brighten hope for an upturn
It rained in the desert resort town of Las Vegas as the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) prepared to open its doors.
2005-12-12 InfiniBand-based ATCA blades meet the open standards
Diversified Technology's ATC5232 and ATS2148 ATCA blades will provide an InfiniBand-based fabric for blade systems using the ATCA open-architecture standard.
2013-04-11 How to accelerate memory characterisation
A new dynamic partitioning methodology addresses the limitations of existing approaches and enables the capacity and throughput requirements for characterisation of multi-million-bit memory cells.
2004-01-01 High-growth era seen for embedded systems
With increasing demand for computing power at lower costs and smaller sizes, the field of embedded systems has now gained significant importance.
2010-12-09 Google's second handset gets mixed reviews
Google has announced the Nexus S by Samsung as its second effort at an integrated smart phone based on the next version of Android, and the handset has drawn both praise and criticisms.
2012-11-02 Designing Z-Wave devices
Read about the development process and the tools available to design and test Z-Wave compatible devices.
2008-05-01 Defining the memory's role in a secured environment
Today's mobile phones are used for a myriad of new applications that involve storing sensitive data and providing such secure services as mobile payments. With phones storing more critical information than ever before, it is increasingly important to keep them safe from rogue software.
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