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Focus Displays Allies with Allied
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1/14/2016   Post a comment
Supplier of LCD displays inks agreement with distributor.
UPF 3.0 is Now Official
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1/14/2016   Post a comment
The new UPF 3.0 standard offers additional enhancements to address and describe power intent of complex systems on chip (SoCs).
Bugs Happen
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1/14/2016   Post a comment
Small problems that could be ignored in the past are now becoming critical for advanced designs using small nodes as cost and risk increase significantly.
Engineering Challenges: Time & Money Top the List
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1/13/2016   Post a comment
Engineers speak out on their biggest test & measurement challenges for 2016.
FPGA Design: Faster Runtimes & Increased Productivity
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1/13/2016   3 comments
In order to achieve accelerated FPGA development schedules, designers require the aid of sophisticated synthesis tools.
Get the Best Out of Your Prototype Service
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1/12/2016   Post a comment
Following these practices will yield top performance and optimum results out of your prototype service.
IEDM 2015 NV Memory and Brain Functions
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1/12/2016   2 comments
While a full understanding of how the brain works is some way ahead, Dan Hammerstrom's view is we now have enough knowledge to allow us to start moving some of the ideas from on-going research in neuroscience into the algorithm space.
Profiles in Design: Al Eisaian
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1/12/2016   Post a comment
Don’t be afraid of failure, be afraid of NOT trying! says Al Eisaian, engineer, entrepreneur, and DesignCon keynote speaker.
Speed Mentoring at DesignCon
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1/11/2016   1 comment
Chat engineering careers, network, share your knowledge and gain some new in just 5 minutes at UBM’s annual Mentor Meet-Up at DesignCon.
What's the Best C/C++ Course for a Hardware Guy?
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1/11/2016   18 comments
Is it best to start with C and to then learn C++, or should one focus on C++ and pick up C "on the way," as it were?
Will Apple Drive Analog ICs?
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1/11/2016   5 comments
Analog expert Stephan Ohr turns his oscilloscope on the possible impact Apple could have with its new fab in San Jose.
Tech Tour of Metal Gate I/O Transistors
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1/11/2016   1 comment
No one talks about the workhorse of the metal gate CMOS transistors -- the input/output (I/O) transistor. TechInsights thinks they are worth a look.
Killer ESD Tamed at DesignCon Panel
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1/9/2016   1 comment
Don't miss the ESD (electrostatic discharge) panel at DesignCon where we'll discuss design, mitigation, and debugging with an ESD slant.
Today: PAM4 Radio Show 4pm EST / 1pm PT
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1/8/2016   Post a comment
Join Test&Measurement Editor Martin Rowe and Signal Integrity Sage Ransom Stephens to learn about how PAM4 modulation just might change the game for high-speed digital transmission.
BlackBerry's Chen Optimistic About Future With Android
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1/8/2016   Post a comment
Blackberry's Android-based Priv handset is gaining enough traction that BlackBerry will use Android for more smartphones. CEO John Chen detailed his vision for the Canadian company at CES this week.
The Greatest Thing Since...
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1/8/2016   7 comments
General Motors CEO Mary Barra touted her company's newest electric vehicle during her Consumer Electronic Show keynote Wednesday. She boasted the unprecedented virtues of the Bolt.
On the Future of LP-WAN
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1/8/2016   1 comment
Joel Young of Digi International shares his views on the future of low-power wide-area networking.
Friday Quiz: Vector Network Analyzers
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1/8/2016   3 comments
VNAs are used for high-frequency measurements. Test your knowledge based on a white paper from Rohde & Schwarz.
Software Standards Compliance 101: Using a formal requirements capture process
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1/8/2016   Post a comment
An introduction to software standards compliance and how to perform a system safety or security assessment.
It’s Not Jitter, It’s Noise
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1/8/2016   Post a comment
Intersymbol interference occurs when symbols overlap with each other.
The Importance of Planning
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1/7/2016   6 comments
It won’t be long before the Boston Globe's recent debacle becomes shorthand for massive corporate snafus.
High-Tech Marketing is Like Going on a Diet
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1/7/2016   2 comments
Identifying the right marketing person is not enough. The timing also needs to be right so this rare individual has the latitude to look at the startup’s innovative technology.
Preserve the Thinking Behind the Design
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1/7/2016   1 comment
A lot of thought goes into a successful design, but capturing and preserving those insights requires a strategy for handling unstructured data.
New GPAK5 Tiny Mixed-Signal FPGA Features ASM & I2C
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1/6/2016   2 comments
The new GPAK5's asynchronous state machine (ASM) block is equivalent to having a simple microcontroller (MCU) running approximately 100 lines of code.
Oscilloscope Fixes Model Train
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1/6/2016   10 comments
A oscilloscope's "averaging" mode helps diagnose a toasty model train motor.
Microsoft Partnerships Drive Connected Cars: CES 2016
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1/6/2016   Post a comment
At CES, Microsoft announces new partnerships with Volvo, Nissan, Harman, and IAV to further connected car strategies.
Different Challenges of Flash, STT-MRAM and Resistive RAM
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1/6/2016   Post a comment
Research in memory is really exciting these days: in parallel you have the scaling of classical memories (SRAM, DRAM, flash) and the emergence of new memories capable of enabling new applications or even new system hierarchies.
NVIDIA Automotive Supercomputer Wants to Drive your Car
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1/6/2016   1 comment
NVIDIA revealed its 2nd generation DRIVE PX at CES with so much processing power, the box needs to be water-cooled. NVIDIA calls PX 2 the first artificially intelligent supercomputer for self-driving cars.
Thank You, Glen Chenier
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1/5/2016   9 comments
One of EE Times' most prolific contributors passed away. We will miss him.
Mobile 2016 Predictions
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1/4/2016   Post a comment
Smartphones: Pro-like photography and faster networks to be a big focus in 2016.
Voice Isolation: When Noise Reduction Meets Deep Learning
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1/4/2016   Post a comment
A new approach to old problems -- with the help of deep neural networks -- may make background noise a thing of the past.
Five Big Stories to Watch at CES 2016
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1/4/2016   Post a comment
Security and safety sum up the big picture at 2016's CES this week. Here are five stories to look for from management consultants Accenture.
Friday Quiz: Name That 1997 Best Test Instrument
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1/1/2016   2 comments
Can you identify these six test instruments introduced in 1997 and nominated for "Best in Test?"
Car as a Commodity: From Hummers to Ho-Hum
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12/31/2015   13 comments
Is Google threatening to homogenize cars into oblivion as Microsoft/Intel did with PCs and Google itself did with its Android smartphones?
2016: Expect Unexpected Innovation in IP Development
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12/30/2015   1 comment
We know what to expect from the global electronics innovation cycles—more of everything: density, chips, standards, IP blocks, on and on. But is that it? In 2016, we should expect the unexpected.
8 Predictions for 2016
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12/30/2015   27 comments
It’s been a long, busy year and my crystal ball is flashing me warnings that its battery is almost spent, so take these few blurry visions for what they’re worth.
Ship It!
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12/30/2015   Post a comment
The pressure is on to get those last-minute shipments on the books this year.
Gyros Counter Challenges of Weightlessness
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12/30/2015   Post a comment
A spacesuit studded with control moment gyroscopes may be the key to meaningful weight- and load-related feedback when working in the weightlessness of space.
EE Times Top 10 MCU Stories of 2015
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12/29/2015   Post a comment
Merger madness and Moore's Law sucked the air out of the room for this year's readers of EE Times' Microcontroller Designline.
IoT Tops Holiday Wish Lists
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12/29/2015   3 comments
The Internet of Things was a big hit on holiday wish lists according to a recent Harris Poll survey conducted by myDevices.
Today: Listen to CES Teardown 1PM Pacific/4PM Eastern
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12/28/2015   Post a comment
CES is never an easy show to cover. Fortunately, EE Times has you covered. Tune into EE Times Radio Show for a “Post CES Teardown” scheduled at 1:00PM Pacific, Monday, January 11th, 2016.
Changing Regulations Keep Medical System Designers on Edge
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12/28/2015   Post a comment
As healthcare decision makers turn to technology to lower costs, opportunities abound for designers of medical devices and systems, but an ever-changing regulatory environment makes the right choice of isolation components critical.
Top SoC Stories of 2015
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12/28/2015   Post a comment
Top 10 SoC Designline stories in 2015 illustrate a turbulent year for the IC industry, filled with mega-mergers and reports on the next-gen process nodes at TSMC and Intel.
Top Automotive Stories in 2015
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12/27/2015   2 comments
Top 10 Automotive Designline stories shed light on technology building blocks critical for ADAS and self-driving cars. Also on the spotlight were changes ahead for social, economic and human dynamics surrounding driving cultures.
Friday Quiz: Name That 1995 Best Test Instrument
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12/25/2015   Post a comment
Can you identify seven of the "Best-in-Test" products as published in Test & Measurement World, December 1995?
Hackathon Adventures in Africa
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12/24/2015   Post a comment
In which intrepid explorer Lindsay (Linz) Craig describes recent hackathon and STEM training sessions in Africa, along with projects planned for 2016.
Mergers in Memory Abundant in 2015
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12/24/2015   Post a comment
Some deals are still in progress, others didn’t happen, and those that did have yet to fully demonstrate their impact on the industry and employment.
Wireless Dominates 2015 Comms News
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12/23/2015   Post a comment
Top 10 stories on EE Times' Wireless & Networking Designline reveal China's rise in smartphones, the popularity of classic tutorials, and a Kickstarter cool down.
Security Leads Concerns for IoT
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12/23/2015   Post a comment
This one goes to 11. Editor Rick Merritt walks you through the top 10 articles for 2015 on Internet of Things Designline plus bonus stories.
Driving Change with Over-the-Air Updates
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12/23/2015   Post a comment
With OTA updates, automakers can dramatically reduce the cost of updating vehicle software. Moreover, they can better address consumer demands for the latest cloud-based services, including maps, navigation, and voice recognition.
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As data rates begin to move beyond 25 Gbps channels, new problems arise. Getting to 50 Gbps channels might not be possible with the traditional NRZ (2-level) signaling. PAM4 lets data rates double with only a small increase in channel bandwidth by sending two bits per symbol. But, it brings new measurement and analysis problems. Signal integrity sage Ransom Stephens will explain how PAM4 differs from NRZ and what to expect in design, measurement, and signal analysis.

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