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2004-04-23 VLSI papers weigh 65nm, new circuits
While technologists look to 65-nanometer nodes, circuit designers by and large are two generations back
2011-04-20 VLSI claims most advanced MP3 encoder chip
VLSI releases what it claims to be the world's most advanced MP3 encoder and audio codec chip
2004-06-29 NEC circuit to monitor user gear for signal wear
NEC has embedded a measurement circuit on-chip to monitor signal integrity and degradation in real-life situations
2006-06-19 India launches VLSI education program
India launched a VLSI education program that will focus on developing steams of engineering manpower to meet the demand for design engineers
2005-08-15 Build a differential circuit for OC-18 clock- and data-recovery
The key is understanding the tradeoffs associated with the potential modulation schemes.
2003-06-16 The magical world of DSP
The generation, processing, storage and transmission of signals from a diversity of origins to a diversity of reception has been enabled by miraculous advances in the semiconductor industry.
2003-05-12 Mosis, Paragon IC forge distribution pact
Mosis has signed Paragon IC Solutions to provide sales and technical support for Mosis services in Singapore and Malaysia.
2013-06-12 TI to demo transmitter with higher EIRP
Texas Instruments is set to demonstrate a paper on 160GHz centre-frequency-pulsed transmitter for short-range sensor applications at the 2013 VLSI Symposium
2006-06-02 Symposium to mull 45nm challenges
Technologists attending the 2006 Symposium on VLSI Technology in mid-June will hear about multiple facets of 45nm processes
2014-06-09 Phase change memory: Multi-level to multi-tasking
In the VLSI 2014 paper, a 4bit per cell will be presented, the equivalent of 16 levels. It is conceivable that such a memory could operate in a multi-tasking role serving two separate applications
2002-04-16 Modeling less than the 0.13? technology
This technical article focuses on the critical problems involved in 0.13? technology and how innovative modeling can effect enhanced process variations on interconnect parasitics.
2002-06-19 Materials transitions stalk CMOS scaling
With the transition to copper and low-k interconnects showing just how difficult changes in materials can be, technologists gathered at the Symposium on VLSI Technology to consider a brace of materials challenges?ranging from new gate oxides to SOI and strained-silicon channels
2015-04-16 Leading technologists talk about Moore's law
It has been 50 years since Moore's law came to light, and now three top technologists share their thoughts pertaining to Moore's law as well as their take on its proponent, Gordon E. Moore.
2006-12-22 Indian design industry in transition
India has become a hub for VLSI design but cannot remain competitive solely on the basis of cost and current engineering skill sets, a report warns
2014-11-06 Enhance SoC efficiency with multi-bit flip-flops
Here's a look at the architecture of multi-bit flip-flops, its merits and drawbacks. It also tackles the results of its implementation in a particular design and the various areas of concern.
2003-03-19 Moschip seeks merger with Verasity Technologies
Moschip Semiconductor Technology Ltd. said it is seeking a merger with Verasity Technologies Inc.
2002-06-24 Micro medical devices could transform health care
Wireless microsystems promise "spectacular advances in health care" for the blind, deaf and epileptic and those suffering with Parkinson's and heart disease, a celebrated pioneer in the field of MEMS maintains.
2008-06-23 Toshiba compact model ups gate density in 45nm CMOS
Toshiba Corp. has developed a new compact model for circuit design that achieves higher gate density and improved cost-performance in next-generation 45nm CMOS technology
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
2008-09-24 ST talks about domino logic
Engineers at STMicroelectronics have revealed how to use domino logic, a very fast circuit design style utilized in the highest performance custom designs, in an automated framework
2002-06-04 Shanghai Hua Hong purchases Teradyne Integra J750 tester
Shanghai Hua Hong Integrated Circuit Co. Ltd has purchased Teradyne Inc.'s Integra J750 test system for contactless smartcard testing
2008-08-18 Memory rests hope on floating-body cells
Intel Corp. revisited its research on floating-body cells (FBCs) for advanced cache designs in microprocessors during the 2008 Symposium on VLSI technology in Hawaii
2007-07-13 IBM researchers drive SRAM speed to 6GHz
At the VLSI Circuits Symposium in Japan, IBM scientists unveiled a prototype embedded SRAM chipset capable of reaching speeds beyond 6GHz
2014-05-02 Freeware catches on in electronics DIY projects
Free software applications have mushroomed over the Internet lately, including electronics engineering tools that prove as good as paid tools. Sourceforge's Cedar Logic Simulator, DesignSpark's PCB, Static Free Software's Electric VLSI, and TinyCAD are among those who make the top ten list
2012-02-29 Designing high frequency synchronizer with programmable MTBF features
Read about a high frequency synchronizer circuit with programmable mean-time-between-failure capabilities that is well suited for high frequency clock gating and input signal synchronization applications
2012-11-28 ARM rises from Acorn to lead system-chip revolution
Acorn was not destined to enjoy success in its own name. ARM evolved from the RISC machine fabricated by VLSI Technology and went to to lead the system-chip revolution of the 1990s
2011-09-01 Speeding up medical imaging process using FPGA
Read about the use of FPGA platform and a synthesis tool called Impulse C to speed up a statistical line of reaction estimation for a high-resolution PET scanner.
2011-06-17 Rambus details memory clocking tech
Rambus' new memory clocking technology uses a calibrated feed-forward architecture to achieve extremely fast turn-on and turn-off, simplifying system design and reducing overall system power requirements.
2005-07-12 Xilinx prepares to boost FPGA activity in India
FPGA vendor Xilinx Inc. said it plans to boost its funding efforts and long-term research in Indian technical institutes to support increased use of FPGAs in India and to develop tools and methodologies for use about four years from now.
2003-10-08 With nod from NASA, 500mV chipset for liftoff
After years of work and a thumbs-up from NASA, researchers at the University of Idaho have designed a chip whose power consumption is more than an order of magnitude less than that in existing satellite chips.
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