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Siffror som förskräcker
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10/31/2002   Post a comment
Även i dåliga tider är det viktigt att bibehålla och vidareutveckla den kunskap och det kunnande som faktiskt finns i landet. Det är inte något man kan överlåta på marknadskrafterna. För det är ju vad som sker, när 80-90 procent av forskningsinstitutens verksamhet är beroende av att man får betalda uppdrag från en industri som själv kämpar för sin överlevnad!
Tower predicts a 10% drop in revenue
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10/31/2002   Post a comment
Professor's fame draws minority students to science, tech
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10/30/2002   Post a comment
Arizona State University electrical-engineering professor Armando A. Rodriguez, a past winner of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Math and Engineering, runs a program called Mosart Fame that provides scholarships to underrepresented minority graduate students who pursue electromechanical research in his lab. That Tempe facility is a long way from New York's Washington Heights district, where Rodriguez' academic career had its bumpy start.
GlobespanVirata to speed up ADSL with G.Span
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10/30/2002   Post a comment
GlobespanVirata Inc. today announced G.Span, a technology said to double ADSL speeds while offering "full upgradability" to the new ADSL2 and ADSL+ standards.
Intel to appeal unfavorable verdict against Intergraph
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10/30/2002   Post a comment
A U.S. district court today barred Intel Corp. from selling its 64-bit line of microprocessors as a result of an unfavorable ruling, but then suspended the order to allow the company to appeal the decision, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.
Buffers minimize jitter in clock distribution, differential signal lines
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10/30/2002   Post a comment
This article - an expanded version of a contribution on High Speed Design which appeared in EE Times' October 7th InFocus Signals section - discusses two different techniques for minimizing jitter: One uses buffering on clock distribution trees; the other uses buffers at each side of a differential signaling line. Cypress engineers explain.
Discussions of more China fabs reported
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10/30/2002   Post a comment
China's second pure-play foundry, Grace Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp., will begin installing equipment for 0.25-micron production next month in order to start pilot runs in January. And reports this week indicate that the Chinese government is looking to interest investors in other mainland fab projects.
Disciplined Power Management in Backplanes
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10/30/2002   Post a comment
GTLP-Gunning Transceiver Logic Plus-requires specialized voltage levels, and produces a number of static and dynamic states. It is important to understand how various power supply configurations affect efficiency and parts count. It is possible to adjust the levels of these power supplies, but the designer must recognize the impact on device performance. Fairchild's Eddie Suckow analyzes some of the tradeoff decisions effecting backplane system performance.
Process development partners eye IP sharing
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10/30/2002   Post a comment
Philips Semiconductors and its partners at the process technology research and development center in Crolles, France — Motorola, STMicroelectronics and TSMC — are considering whether to expand their relationship to exchanges of high-level blocks of intellectual property (IP).
Matsushita's quarterly sales increase
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10/30/2002   Post a comment
Silicon wafer shipments decline in Q3, says SEMI
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10/30/2002   Post a comment
Worldwide silicon wafer shipments totaled 1.263 billion square inches for the third quarter of 2002, a slight decline from 1.273 billion in the previous period, according to the latest figures from the Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI) trade organization here today.
Innovics samples initial products, snares further funding
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10/30/2002   Post a comment
Innovics Wireless, the startup, is sampling its first products implementing diversity processing, which significantly increases data capacity and improves the coverage area of 2.5G and 3G cells. The company has also secured $7 million in second-round financing, bringing total investment to $14 million.
Intersil files WLAN trade secret suit against Agere
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10/30/2002   Post a comment
In what is turning out to be a major legal battle, Intersil Corp. today filed a counterclaim against Agere Systems Inc. over wireless local area networking (WLAN) technology.
Chinesischer Startup entwickelt 32-bit Prozessor für embedded Applikationen
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10/30/2002   Post a comment
Nach mehr als drei Jahren Entwicklungsarbeit ist ein chinesischer Startup nunmehr kurz davor, den ersten kommerziell verfügbaren 32-bit Mikroprozeesor dieses Landes am Markt anzubieten. Es handelt sich um eine 266MHz Implementierung von Standardzellen im Rahmen einer speziellen Architektur, die X86-Instuktionen dynamisch umsetzen kann. Mit einem Blick in die Zukunft begann das Unternehmen zudem den langen 'Marsch' in Richtung einer 64-bit Version, die eine 32- und 64-bit Adressierung unterstützt
eCash wird sicherer
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Telecomm-Disaster: Es war die reine Abzockerei
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EET.de blurb here
Simpel und einfach: FPGA von Altera
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EET.de blurb here
SiGe-Leistungsverstärker für WLAN-Applikationen
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EET.de blurb here
Sensibler Sensor für Umgebungslicht
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Riesiger ASIC von Agere
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EET.de blurb here
RF Micro Devices und Jazz Semiconductor kooperieren
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EET.de blurb
Optimierte Wärmeableitung
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EET.de blurb here
OLEDs in den Startlöchern
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EET.de blurb here.
Nichts wird übersehen
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EET.de blurb here
Neueste Erkenntnisse in der Halbleiterforschung
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EET.de blurb here
Motorola gibt Fertigungslizenz an Tower Semiconductor
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EET.de blurb here
Mikroelektronik gegen Kriminalität
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EET.de blurb here
Mikro-Farbdisplays mit XGA-Auflösung
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EET.de blurb here
IC industry on verge of 'normal' growth, says analyst
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10/30/2002   Post a comment
The slumping IC industry is finally on the verge of reaching its "normal" growth rate--at least according to Advanced Forecasting Inc. (AFI) here today.
Laserspeicher bis 200GB
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EET.de blurb here
Japaner konsolidieren
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EET.de blurb here
Terrorism threat boosts military electronics spending
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10/30/2002   Post a comment
Military electronics, an industry backwater since the end of the Cold War, could be reemerging as an important market sector as U.S. government spending for weapons and information technology rises to meet terrorism threats.
Ultrawideband faces roadblocks despite huge potential
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10/30/2002   Post a comment
A battle between wireless carriers and supporters of ultrawideband (UWB) has been unfolding, possibly hindering the market potential for this emerging technology, according to a report from Allied Business Intelligence (ABI).
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