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ARM taps Duolog for IP integration tools 2014-05-30
Today's eight-core ARM-based SoCs require configuring debug and trace across as many as a thousand connections and 500 registers, leveraging Duolog's platform will facilitate a faster turn-up.  
Renesas advances sale of JV stake with Synaptics 2014-05-29
The sale of the 55 per cent stake was previously considered by Apple, whose interest in the company anchored on what was believed to be the control over quality and cost in its supply chain  
Breker gains Synopsys' VIA membership 2014-05-29
The membership will facilitate the integration of its TrekSoC software to generate self-verifying C test cases to run on embedded processors with Verdi, allowing users to move seamlessly between TrekSoC's GUI and the Verdi environment  
Parallel NOR trumps SPI in embedded applications 2014-05-28
While the SPI provides several benefits including lower overall system costs, parallel NOR performs better in application uses where speed and performance are a factor  
Inkjet printing yields paper-based RRAM 2014-05-28
Inkjet printing can be used to stack an insulator material between silver and a carbon layer. The RRAM bit obtained for each stack is operated by changing the resistances of the insulator material  
Intel, Rockchip build quad-core chip for entry-level tablets 2014-05-28
The chip design partnership provides Intel a greater access to China's tablet makers, and gets Rockchip involved with integrated 3G communications.  
Beamforming antenna cancels interferer signals 2014-05-28
The system works with four different receivers to take in the desired signal with the same delay, as well as the interferer signal, but with different delays—maximising the amplitude of the desired signal, while annulling the interference  
Roombots take a 'Transformer' spin on furniture design 2014-05-27
The project examines the concept of modular robotics to use as building blocks for adaptive furniture, which moves, and changes its shape and functionality depending on the user's specification  
Wireless connectivity chipset enjoys shipment upswing 2014-05-27
Shipment of chipsets including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and NFC is expected to hit nine billion in 2019, spurred by the dynamics of connectivity technologies in smartphones, home automation, and the IoT  
Wireless tech lends power to battery-run electronics 2014-05-27
element14 Community's Wireless Power Challenge has yielded projects exploring wireless technology to serve as wireless power base to charge battery-operated devices and other electronic appliances.  
Prpl thrusts open-source to MIPS architecture 2014-05-26
Amit Rohatgi's is setting up a consortium called prpl, naming 10 founders including Broadcom, Cavium, Ikanos, Lantiq, PMC-Sierra, Qualcomm, and other companies that use or make MIPS-based chips.  
7nm, 5nm scaling compels adoption of new materials 2014-05-26
Shifting advanced nodes involve exploring alternatives—from silicon to graphene, FinFET to SOI—and considering how to apply the strengths associated with 3D device architectures to new technologies.  
Reboot steers Exar to industrial, networking markets 2014-05-26
CEO Louis DiNardo described how Exar purchased firms to get a leg up on: software with Althior, analogue products with Cadeka, video surveillance tech with Stretch, and analogue/mixed signal with iML.  
NFC, barometric sensors prevail in mobile devices 2014-05-26
Teardown.com has taken the wraps off 87 units of mobile devices and discovered that 42 of them feature NFC hardware, whereas 13 carry barometric sensor, and only 2 incorporate humidity sensor  
Novel technique produces graphene on non-metal substrates 2014-05-26
The process uses CVD to sandwich a nickel film with graphene layers. The nickel film can be peeled away, leaving graphene on top of the non-metal substrate  
Mobile device MEMS, sensors on growth path 2014-05-26
MEMS and sensors constituted 23.4 per cent of the cell phone and tablet market in 2013. The devices covered include image sensors for biometric recognition, MEMS microphones, and touch controllers  
Microchip buys Taiwan-based Bluetooth chip maker 2014-05-23
Microchip believes it has leverage to be a major chip player in the IoT market by gaining ISSC's wireless expertise in providing Bluetooth solutions.  
HP to let 16,000 employees go as revenues drop 2014-05-23
The layoffs are part of HP's turnaround plan, which CEO Meg Whitman announced in May 2012. The numbers were estimated at 27,000, later boosted to 29,000, then 34,000, and now ballooned to 50,000  
Broadcom plugs Bluetooth Smart, security into IoT chips 2014-05-22
The chips enable embedded wireless networking applications on an existing product MCU or additional module. It features support for audio over Bluetooth and up to eight simultaneous connections.  
Rock salt-based Li-ion conductor yields safer batteries 2014-05-22
A cubic lattice of KI molecules was doped with the rock salt Lithium Borohydride (LiBH4), enabling the stabilisation of the high-pressure form of LiBH4  
Portable devices hold desktop monitor shipments down 2014-05-22
The total desktop monitor shipments in the first quarter of 2014 reached only 34.2 million—the lowest since 2004, when LCD monitors, including CRTs, fell to 33.3 million units  
IBM, FujiFilm max out tape storage at 85.9Gbit/in2 2014-05-21
The milestone was achieved with a FujiFilm double-coated tape, through the development of the following critical technologies: write field head, servo control, and signal-processing algorithms  
Samsung, Toshiba launch all-out 3D NAND production efforts 2014-05-21
Both companies are gearing up for the production of 3D NAND devices, with Samsung in China and Toshiba in Japan, in preparation for the market that is believed to take off in the second half of 2015  
Supercapacitor promises better batteries, faster EVs 2014-05-21
The supercapacitor utilises a graphene foam architecture based on ruthenium oxide. The foam electrode was found to work safely in aqueous electrolyte, and deliver two times more energy and power.  
Bell Labs reverts to 'game-changing research' model 2014-05-21
Along with its return to basic research, it has "FutureX" projects targeted at solving a practical communications or information technology challenge in sectors including communications and datacentres.  
Mentor expands with electromagnetic simulation tech 2014-05-21
Mentor Graphics has acquired Nimbic, Inc.—a move that will enhance Mentor's ability to address enterprise-wide challenges for chip-package-board design.  
Army places Thailand under martial law 2014-05-20
The Thai army made the surprise declaration reportedly unbeknownst to the government in an attempt to restore order in the country.  
Micro pattern introduces colour reflective display 2014-05-20
The micro patterns are created by arranging glass beads in the same nano-structure as the opal, yielding photonic crystals that could the core material for a reflective display visible under sunlight.  
Dearth of host devices leaves UHS-II cards hanging 2014-05-20
The UHS-II bus interface introduces a new pin layout in memory cards, where second-row pins are added to support up to 312MB/s HD recording speeds. While UHS-II cards can be used like any other SD card since they are backwards compatible, not many devices can take advantage of the additional pins  
Silicon photonics oil the works for high-speed switching 2014-05-19
Optical components are integrated with multi-chip modules using packaging advancements with micro bumps and module substrates. The next target is to scale the technology in a cost-efficient approach.  


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