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New tech key to future-proof camera systems 2006-09-01
The whole mobile imaging value chain is expected to benefit from new interface standards, achieving lower costs, faster time-to-market and future-proof solutions  
New standards drive need for better converters 2009-07-13
Learn why single-tone testing, in some cases, does not accurately determine the performance in communication systems.  
New standard in hot-swap reliability 2005-04-01
Improve your devices' hot-swap controller to avoid the hassles of interrupted power supplies. Here's how.  
New formula to speed up PCB designs 2008-05-16
PCB designers need a methodology that helps them avoid design iterations between the design and layout stages, or finding issues with the board in the lab with a physical prototype. Hemant Shah of Cadence Design Systems discusses how a "correct-by-construction" PCB layout methodology can help PCB designers shorten their design cycle.  
New flash memory tech challenges floating gate 2007-05-16
Spansion's MirrorBit Quad technology stores two distinct quantities of charge in a non-conducting nitride storage medium to deliver fundamental cost, reliability and manufacturing advantages over floating-gate technology.  
New Ethernet 2003-08-16
This paper briefly discusses the evolution of the Ethernet technology, and how engineers can optimize the enhancements that stem from the original design.  
New DVD processors enable single-chip DVD-AVRs 2003-08-18
By combining superior video quality with multichannel audio, the DVD-video format has placed the DVD player at the heart of home entertainment.  
New driving technology for portable TFT displays 2003-06-02
Today's phones incorporate a sophisticated 'interface screen', a far cry from the 2x12-line character displays used in phones just a few years ago.  
New DIP-IPM for high-performance motor control 2003-10-16
Mitsubishi's new version of IPM series employs the latest 5G IGBT, not only achieved an improvement in the static and dynamic performance, but also extended the power capacity to up to 3.7kW  
New DFM methods enable early yield prediction 2006-09-18
New DFM methodologies such as RRA and CAA, combined with traditional DRC and accurate fab yield impact data, enable designers to determine whether design modifications actually result in higher-yielding silicon  
New devices needed for speed crunch 2003-08-01
The question for today's communications system designers is how to manage this new set of data-aggregation, segregation and prioritization issues as they attempt to build the data flow management mechanisms needed to optimize throughput  
New developments in place-and-route 2001-10-01
New software technologies such as free angle routing and 3D placement will increasingly become part of the board designer's toolkit to handle the new hardware technologies of microvias and high-density integrated systems on a single chip  
New capabilities of switched capacitor power conversion 1999-06-29
This paper deals with switched capacitor technology with buck-boost capabilities suited to solve problems concerning high transient loads.  
New apps require higher graphics memory 2006-09-01
Memory bandwidth has emerged as the force behind the rapidly increasing 3D-rendering performance of PC graphics systems in desktop and notebook PCs.  
Myths about cooling high-power LEDs 2013-11-07
Know the four myths about active versus passive methods  
MRAM puts new spin on process, fab strategy 2007-05-01
According to Freescale, the major advantage of its MRAM technology is that it is a back-end addition to conventional CMOS and is therefore suitable for embedded use. The Freescale MRAM cell has multilayer MTJs placed diagonally between two high-current write line conductors, which are formed in metal 4 and metal 5, and arranged at right angles to each other.  
Mobile devices' new roles need new tools 2004-01-01
Developers of multimode, multistandard mobile devices need multiprocessor platforms with open software architectures to reduce time-to-market costs.  
MIMO: New tech requires new techniques 2006-07-17
This article discusses the IEEE 802.11n system currently being proposed and explores the anticipated design and measurement challenges for a specific type of MIMO system implementation.  
Learn about skew in 100GBASE-R4 apps 2011-12-29
A lane alignment method at the PCS layers is defined by the IEEE standard for 100GBASE-LR4 and 100GBASE-ER4 communications defines. Both fixed and dynamic skew are compensated at the end points in the network.  
Learn about jitter specs in oscilloscopes 2011-05-02
Learn about one of the most important and easily misunderstood scope parameter  
Introducing a new approach to comms and UWB 2002-11-18
Cellonics introduces a new hardware method of processing modulated signals  
How to effectively validate new RF technologies 2006-12-01
Validation is a system of ensuring that new technologies meet prescribed industry specifications such as RF standards  
HDMI ports demand new layout strategies 2004-04-22
This paper presents two important video interfaces that will soon be used extensively in the computer and consumer electronics markets, the DVI port and the HDMI port.  
Flash microcontrollers benefit new applications 2000-08-01
Flash technology is now opening up new applications, so you must explore the nuances of using it in your designs. This paper describes a non-traditional application that can benefit from this new technology  
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  
Discover new SRAM options in embedded designs 2007-12-03
There is an alternative for applications that require large amounts of on-chip storage "typically more than 256Kbits" but doesn't require the absolute fastest access time. The solution consists of memory arrays that work like SRAMs, but are based on a one-transistor/one-capacitor (1T) memory cell such as used in DRAMs.  
Digital VCR: Hot new multimedia technology for the PC 1999-06-01
This paper looks at what a digital VCR is, its key technologies, features, and architecture. A brief summary of the potential and market opportunity is also provided.  
Deal with OFDM, a new old technology 2007-07-16
OFDM has its roots in the military communication systems. Today, building an OFDM-based system has many considerations, depending on the operating environment and application requirements. This article briefly tackles OFDM's history, and discusses the challenges of developing systems with OFDM and OFDM design tips.  
Dance to the beat of the new radio 2007-12-17
Digital Audio Broadcasting based on the Eureka-147 has achieved significant penetration in markets worldwide. In this article, Alex Sin of Frontier Silicon discusses that there are many clear benefits to the DAB+ standard that will be felt by governments, regulators, broadcasters and, most importantly, consumers.  
Cope with portables' new lighting requirements 2007-07-16
The evolution of lighting functions in portable system designs shows no signs of slowing down. To address these power management issues, semiconductor manufacturers are already developing various devices that bring together new combinations of charge pumps, boost converters, backlight, flash, RGB and LDO functional blocks  


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