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Programming CPLD and FPGA code on the Intel PXA27x processor developer's kit 2004-05-14
This app note describes how to program the CPLD code and FPGA code on the Intel PXA27x processor developer's kit main board, the Intel PXA27x processor developer's kit daughter card, and the Intel PXA27x processor developer's kit PMIC (LDO) card (PMIC card). ?
Intel StrataFlash wireless memory system (LV18/LV30 SCSP) to ARM Primecell memory interface design guide 2004-05-14
This app note describes the interfacing of Intel StrataFlash wireless memory system (LV18/LV30 SCSP) device to Advanced RISC Machines Ltd (ARM) Primecell external memory interface peripherals. ?
Intel StrataFlash wireless memory (L30) to Intel PXA26x processor family design guide 2004-05-14
This app note covers interfacing the Intel StrataFlash wireless memory (L30) device to the Intel PXA26x processor family device, and discusses general concepts involved when interfacing the integrated features and control signals of the L30 device. ?
Intel PXA800F for today's cellphones 2003-07-16
The PXA800F cellular processor is Intel's solution for today's GSM/GPRS mobile phones. This processor features Intel XScale microarchitecture and Micro Signal Architecture (MSA). ?
Intel Flash memory design for a stacked chip scale package 2004-05-14
This app note provides system designers with a set of guidelines for designing an Intel Flash memory device for a stacked chip scale package. ?
Examining Intel's embedded DRAM 2014-08-28
With its astronomical manufacturing costs, SRAM's viability is being questioned and the industry is looking for alternatives. This article examines an intriguing option in the form of embedded DRAM. ?
Concurrent program and erase using the Intel StrataFlash wireless memory system (L18/L30SCSP) 2004-05-14
This app note discusses concurrent device programming and erasing when using the Intel StrataFlash wireless memory system (L18/L30 SCSP). ?
Using Network Processors In DSL Residential Gateway Design 2001-03-27
This paper discusses DSL end-to-end implementation and using a Network Processor in DSL Residential Gateway (CPE) design, such as DSL router, bridge and IAD (Integrated Access Devices) to help for faster DSL deployment. ?
Testing SATA DevSleep for SSDs 2015-05-22
Learn about DevSleep implementation details as well as new conformance tests that help ensure critical features operate properly and achieve the desired power savings without sacrificing performance. ?
Powering next-gen multimedia apps with OMAP processor 2003-06-16
OMAP's dual-core architecture is TI's answer in empowering a single device for next-generation multimedia applications. ?
Performance and power savings with new applications processors 2002-09-16
The processor speed and power saving features of Intel's PXA250 and PXA210 will meet the needs of full-featured handheld devices. ?
Networking the digital home with Viiv 2006-07-17
Intel Viiv technology delivers digital networking in the home, connecting PCs with other consumer electronics devices and allowing users to share them among PC and consumer electronic devices. ?
NAND flash scaling: 20nm node and below 2013-07-05
Here are some of the fundamental cell design issues considered and addressed to arrive at this planar cell technology. ?
Implement H.264/AVC standard on FPGAs 2007-03-01
When used in an optimized fashion, the coding tools of the H.264/AVC standard increase coding efficiency by about 50 percent compared to previous video coding standards for a wide range of bit rates and resolutions. ?
Examining metal eFuses 2015-11-16
Here is a look at two electrically blown fuse structures (eFuse) used in metal gate logic processes. The first eFuse structure that we look at is made by Intel and the second by TSMC. ?
Evolve, evaluate, employ new benchmarks 2006-11-01
In an industry where the only constant is change, benchmarks must continually adapt to embrace new usage models. ?
Digital audio dominates multimedia trends 1999-11-10
The recent Analog and Mixed-Signal Conference in California keyed on the three major applications of mixed-signal technology: Communications, Multimedia, and Power Management. ?
Computers of the next millennium: Unplugged 1999-12-22
My daughter is fairly computer literate and does not give much thought to the Y2K problem or the possibility of computers/software failing at the end of the millennium. But my wife lives in terror, fearing that planes will fall out of the sky, power utilities will fail (not mention computer banking systems), and even the ?
ATSC compliance and tuner design implications 2006-05-01
Designing a tuner that achieves A/74 performance is no mean feat. Let the MOPLL technology aid you in designing and improving time-to-market for high-performance products. ?
Application of ADSL in an ATM network 1999-06-29
This report investigates and explains how the ADSL modem fits into the ATM network, based on the development of the current standard. ?
Wireless future: At what cost? 2000-07-01
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. ?
Taking apart the latest iMac 2012-12-04
This teardown from iFixit showcases the iMac Intel 21.5 inch EMC 2544 which features a thinner case and a quad-core Intel i5 or i7 processor. ?
Supporting Blu-ray audio content 2009-05-27
This article provides an overview of the audio software stack, Intel HD Audio controller and codec, and its evolution over time to support the newest premium audio formats used on many Blu-ray discs. ?
OC-192/STM-64 WAN uplink with FEC and intelligent network management for DWDM systems 2001-08-09
This conference technical paper discusses DWDM systems and how Intel provides a comprehensive set of FEC devices for various applications. ?
IXP4XX product line and IXC1100 control plane processors, and discusses some general concepts involved when interfacing to the integrated features and control signals of the J3 Flash memory device. 2004-05-14
This app note covers interfacing the Intel StrataFlash memory (J3) device to the Intel ?
Delivering 'voice + data' to mobile terminals 2001-08-09
This conference technical paper presents current developments made by Intel in the world of computing, communications and networking. ?
Cost-effective remote IPMI manageability 2002-04-08
This article describes the functions, system topology and main capabilities of the Intelligent Platform Management Interface designed by Intel, Hewlett-Packard, NEC, and Dell. ?
ARM, MIPS fight it out on embedded processor front 2002-11-18
MIPS impressed the audience on the Embedded processor forum by presenting new products that make use of the MIPS core, while ARM was content on riding on Intel's enthusiasm with XScale. ?
Yukyung marshals army of IC vendors for Viliv tablet 2011-03-28
"Globally" designed and based on Windows, Yukyung Technologies' Viliv X70 EX 3G is a good example of a tablet that preceded the iPad. ?
Wireless Web appliances evolve anew 2001-04-01
This article describes the common wireless technologies for embedded platforms, such as Cellular Digital Packet Data and General Packet Radio Service, for web appliances. ?


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