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2011-09-01 Taking advantage of ambient energy
Know how to convert ambient energy sources into electrical energy by utilizing an appropriate transducer, such as thermoelectric generator for heat, a piezoelectric element for vibration, or a photovoltaic cell for sunlight.
2013-04-15 Single-chip indoor GPS sol'n for RTLS, WSN apps
BlinkSight and Imec said their offering combines high accuracy, long range and low power for both business and consumer applications aimed to track people and objects in indoor environments.
2007-11-08 Physical sensors drive MEMS consumerization wave (Part 2)
ST's Benedetto Vigna notes that we are now living in the era of MEMS consumerization where mic, motion and pressure sensors are the main actors and he believes this trend will continue for the next five years.
2015-09-25 Linear Tech outs 50mA synchronous buck-boost DC/DC converter
With only 680nA of quiescent current and programmable peak input currents from 5mA up to 250mA, the LTC3335 is intended for various low power battery applications.
2011-12-22 Linear buy strengthens WSN offerings
Dust Networks' low-power radio and software technology complements Linear's strengths in industrial instrumentation, power management and energy harvesting technology.
2009-08-11 UHF transceiver, receiver up radio operating cycle
Semtech Corp. has added the SX1212 UHF transceiver and SX1213 UHF receiver to its RF product line, which is claimed to offer the lowest receive current consumption.
2015-02-13 Take a peek at Fujitsu's forum
Fujitsu hosted an event to remind people that it, too, is a tech giant. In Japan, the company employs most of its 160,000 people and makes most of its $46 billion in annual revenues.
2006-04-07 Sub-1GHz transceiver tailored for ZigBee apps
ZMD announced what it touts as the industry's only commercially available sub-1GHz transceiver designed for ZigBee technology and applications.
2012-12-03 Solving 'fifth play' service issues with ZigBee
Know how ZigBee could solve the issue on the lack of a standardised communications protocol for the smart and connected home.
2013-01-04 Smart embedded MCUs help attain energy efficiency
Read about a new generation of microcontrollers paving the way for the creation of new types of energy efficient products.
2006-02-16 Semiconductor companies gather at IIC
The Integrated IC-China 2006 show promises to bring the latest design technologies to Chinese engineers next month.
2013-07-02 RFIC platform bolsters device range to 15Km
Semtech Corp.'s SX1272 integrates the company's new long range modulation technology to enable drastic range improvements over alternative modulation methods.
2010-06-09 RF IC delivers 1,024KBps over 5m at <1mW
IMEC demonstrated an RF transceiver that is capable of sending 1,024KBps over 5m while consuming less than 1mW.
2015-12-21 Recent developments in supercaps
Supercaps are stepping up to the challenge by increasing energy density with new nanomaterials that enlarge electrode surface area and thus boost their ability to hold an electric charge.
2016-04-27 Powering precision successive approximation register ADC
In this article, we present a means of achieving a higher efficiency power solution for your precision successive approximation register ADC.
2006-09-19 Oki unrolls Zigbee development kit
Oki Semiconductor is offering a low-cost, full-featured development kit for its IEEE802.15.4-based ML7065 2.4GHz Zigbee compatible radio.
2010-08-11 Near-field RF induction charger kit for thin-film battery devices
Cymbet Corp. announced the release of a near-field RF induction charger kit that enables charging of EnerChip CC rechargeable solid state energy storage devices.
2002-12-10 IC startups chase new technology
Entrepreneurs arrived in the U.S. last week offering chips they said would spur the development of multiprotocol radios, full-motion video on cellphones and wideband WLANs, among other next-generation products.
2013-03-04 Freescale mulls foray into server computing
Freescale could use its recently announced Cortex-A50 series processor licence from ARM to extend its digital networking activity into server computing.
2014-02-14 EE Times Asia's top products of 2013
Here are ten of the most read product announcements in 2013 among EE Times Asia's community of engineers.
2005-06-01 Designing a better world
Can problems at the Third World be met by interesting engineering solutions that lead to sustainable businesses?
2010-07-07 Atheros fuses Wi-Fi, powerline for smart grid
Atheros integrates powerline technology with its own products to build up a brand new networking backbone for digital home and further squeeze in on the smart grid craze.
2008-11-20 Analysis: Investing in renewable technologies
It was a good line, and it also happens to be true: "Moore's Law never mentioned anything about power efficiency."
2015-09-10 60 start-up companies to watch in 2015
EE Times has selected 30 start-up companies to come on to version 16.1 of its list of 60 firms that are worth keeping an eye on. Readers are welcome to nominate their own emerging companies.
2008-09-25 Will pedestrian navigation take off?
After conquering the automotive market by storm, makers of portable navigation devices (PNDs) now are targeting the walking people of the world, offering systems designed specifically to meet the needs of pedestrians.
2013-01-03 Wi-Fi device shipments to grow twofold in two years
More than five billion Wi-Fi enabled devices have been shipped in 2012, largely driven by the smartphone and laptop markets.
2016-01-11 Where is low-power WAN headed?
Joel Young of Digi International shared his views on the future of low-power wide-area networking (LP-WAN) amid the growing wearable markets and Internet of Things.
2014-10-27 Wearables in enterprises: Good, bad, inevitable
Innovations are expected to happen first in the enterprise, with the first wave of employees to use them include technicians, doctors, police and construction workers. However, chief information officers should brace themselves for security and integration challenges.
2003-07-15 Visionaries see flexible computers using less power
Computers will be more flexible, intelligent, and require less power by the end of the decade.
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.
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