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Mentor acquires Project Technology
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4/1/2004   Post a comment
The modeling tool XTUML (Executable and Translatable UML, is now another arrow in Accelerated Technology's quiver.
Option makes Anritsu network test set first to support upcoming ITU-T jitter standard
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Test-and-measurement firm Anritsu is debuting a precision jitter analysis system that's expected to significantly enhance the measurement accuracy and repeatability of jitter measurements. Anritsu claims its new test instrument is the only one in the industry to support the phase-analysis method recommended in the revised ITU-T Draft 0.172 (2003.11).
PLM comes of age
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One short year ago, Fox Electronics Inc. was easily the perfect example of a company in dire need of a product lifecycle management (PLM) application.
ASIC-FPGA high wire act
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Remember when ASIC was ASIC and FPGA was an afterthought? It wasn't that long ago--maybe 10 years--but technology and market forces have done a lot to blur the distinction.
Tutorial on Designing Delta-Sigma Modulators: Part 2
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Delta-sigma modulators will allow designers to meet the dynamic range, adaptability, and programmability requirements of multi-mode GSM/W-CDMA designs. Find out how to craft these devices in this two-part tutorial.
The Crystal Ball Prediction—More Software in Our Future
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The crystal ball predicts that there will be more software in our future. And, it's no wonder. Trends in chip design are daunting—mask costs are exorbitant, while other development costs are rising exponentially as verification becomes more difficult and the cost of failure grows. Catalytic's Andy Haines describes how software can help overcome some of the technological challenges facing the electronics industry today.
Power IC family expands for PoE
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Focus on the class of audio amps
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The sweet sound you hear in your home theater, your portable CD headset, and your multi-speaker car audio may be sheer magic to your ears, but it required diverse design techniques that presented several design challenges before it could go live. Paul O'Shea has this comparison of Class AB, G, H and other topologies.
Maxwell launches ultracap in standard battery form factor
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Maxwell Technologies, Inc. has unveiled its first BOOSTCAP ultracapacitor in a standard battery-sized package. Maxwell said it's the first company to offer ultracapacitors packaged in an industry standard form factor. Gina Roos has this report.
Synopsys forum updates SystemVerilog support
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The message at the Synopsys EDA Interoperability Developer's Forum, convening Thursday (April 1), is clear; SystemVerilog support is growing. The forum will provide updates on both Synopsys' SystemVerilog plans and those of third-party vendors in Synopsys' Catalyst partner program.
Boost Controller consumes only 120 micro amps at no load
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Microchip introduces a series of 750-kHz gated oscillator DC/DC Boost Controllers. These devices can deliver 5 Watts of power to the load while consuming only 120 microamps of quiescent current at no load. They are used to generate the supply voltage for microcontrollers and other electronic loads from a battery supply or the bus voltages available in the system.
Low skew clock driver reduces loading
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The PCK3807A is a low skew clock driver from Philips Semiconductor that reduces loading on the preceding driver and provides an efficient clock distribution network.
Adaptive antennas gain in 60-GHz band
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The 60-GHz band has been allocated worldwide for unlicensed wireless-communications systems. The United States, Europe and Japan have all allocated at least 5 GHz of contiguous bandwidth, which is nearly equal to the total for all other wireless communications. This unprecedented amount holds the potential for much higher data rates than other channels that are bandwidth-limited, with wireless data rates in the range of 1 Gbit/second becoming reasonable. A student at the Berkeley Wireless Resear
Barcelona Design names new CEO
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Barcelona Design, a provider of synthesizable analog intellectual property (IP) solutions, has replaced its existing CEO, Thomas Heydler, and named Ariel Sella (right) to that position. Sella said he doesn't expect drastic changes, but wants to clarify Barcelona's mission.
TCP/IP stack for TI 'C5416
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The CMX MicroNet TCP/IP stack has been ported to the Infinetix Ethernet daughter card for the Texas Instruments TMS320VC5416 DSK.
Software debugger supports ARM cores
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Galieosoft's GalieoSD software debugger supports all ARM cores and JTAG emulators.
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