2016-06-09 - None

Latest SDSoC accelerates C/C++ based programming

Xilinx extends SDSoC development environment that enables software-defined programming of the 16nm Zynq Ultrascale+ MPSoC.

2016-06-08 -

A*STAR IME’s consortium advances MEMS for industrial, IoT apps

A*STAR IME's collaborative partnership with industry will enable the development of industrial-grade sensors to increase the performance and develop cost-efficient…

2016-06-07 - Benabadji Noureddine

MCU performs as voltmeter

Here's how you can employ PIC microcontroller and FETs to enable a four-digit voltmeter.

2016-06-06 - Charles Small

MCU offers inexpensive analogue-to-digital conversion

This versatile conversion circuit detects and displays signal's peak value. It offers a low-cost analogue-to-digital conversion and a three-digit, seven-segment…

2016-06-06 - Naveen Narang, Venkata Krishna

ASIC/SoC designs: Custom corner characterisation

Characterisation tools these days offer a good solution for extracting the best performance out of an ASIC/SoC for any specified…

2016-06-03 - Synopsys

Multicore processors give embedded vision apps a boost

Synopsys’ fully programmable and configurable DesignWare EV61, EV62 and EV64 embedded vision processors combine one, two or four vision CPU…

2016-06-02 - Imperas

OVP Fast Processor Model aimed at Renesas RL78 CPU

The RL78 model, developed by eSOL TRINITY, Imperas’ partner in Japan, provides technical support for Imperas customers as well as…

2016-06-01 - Peter Clarke

Ethernet chip startup raises $50M in Broadcom dispute

Ethernet chip startup Innovium has recently settled a legal dispute with its rival, Broadcom, allowing them to raise more than…

2016-05-26 - Jay Thomas

Basics of software standards compliance (Part 7)

In this instalment, we will look at some examples of the documentation produced during the development lifecycle for safety-critical software.

2016-05-25 - Stephen Cross

Templates: How to optimise template generators

In this instalment, we'll see how template generators can be optimised to minimise, or in many cases eliminate, their overhead.