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Net connections require backup plan
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2/28/2000   Post a comment
Imagine a house filled with smart appliances that incorporate information and services available on the Internet.
UML, SDL ensure design compliance
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2/28/2000   Post a comment
Many Java books state that it is too slow for real-time systems.
Analog designers have more fun
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2/27/2000   Post a comment
Why does this segment of the industry attract such odd-ball personalities? In this inaugural installment of "The Scarlet A," Stephan Ohr maps out some of the ways that analog is different
Bookham lands Kilby as director
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2/23/2000   Post a comment
Common pitfalls to look for in 10-Gbit/s design
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2/17/2000   Post a comment
There are several common pitfalls to look out for when putting together a 10-Gbit/second system. Here are some real-life examples:
Timing margin equals clock period minus key factors
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2/17/2000   Post a comment
The timing margin is the time that the data eye is valid for a device to detect a 1 or a 0. It must exist for an interface to work properly.
Timing phases 10-Gbit/s net designs
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2/17/2000   Post a comment
The engineer confronting a 10-Gbit/second telecommunications electrical hardware design faces several challenges.
Optical networks enable low-expense operations
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2/17/2000   Post a comment
With bandwidth demands satisfied, network planners are now pressured to reduce network architecture costs. Carrier network profits are being driven by the cost of operating the network, and less by underlying capital and depreciation.
Small form factor enables many ports
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2/17/2000   Post a comment
Communications convergence requires network service providers to consider higher levels of provisioning with more bandwidth as well as how to reduce network overhead costs.
Optical investment extends the Sonet
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2/17/2000   Post a comment
Optical networking has attracted a great deal of attention during the last few months.
Optical networking booms, but issues persist
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2/17/2000   Post a comment
The networking buzzwords of the day are "optical" and "all-optical," presaging the inevitable shift to communicating with laser light alone.
Summit Micro adds CFO post
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2/14/2000   Post a comment
Bluetooth integrates Net-centric devices
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2/11/2000   Post a comment
Internet appliances are a new and exciting growth market, born from the success of the Web and the Internet.
Portable 'crossover' devices blur communication lines
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2/11/2000   Post a comment
Bluetooth-compliant service providers will be able to charge for services they've never dreamed of delivering because people will be using their phones for activities besides making phone calls.
Bluetooth integration reduces costs
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2/11/2000   Post a comment
To provide improved efficiency and convenience, disparate technologies are quickly converging on portable devices such as PDAs, cell phones and MP3 players to create integrated, supersmart Internet appliances that offer broad functionality.
Wireless PANs tie data into home
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2/11/2000   Post a comment
Both the value and convenience of wired networks is inversely proportional to the distance they cover.
Tips to fit Web data on handhelds
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2/11/2000   Post a comment
Look for worldwide shipments of handheld devices to soar to more than 24.8 million in 2001, especially as they take on more Internet connectivity.
IMP posts profitable quarter
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2/10/2000   Post a comment
Implementing VoDSL in a network
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2/7/2000   Post a comment
Like an emergency fire crew with access to hundreds of gallons of water but only a garden hose to deliver them, today's network designers find themselves with terabits of backbone capacity but only a kilobit-per-second pipeline to their customers.
New functionality squeezes wireless
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2/7/2000   Post a comment
The meteoric growth of wireless communications over the last decade has shown just how critical the thoughtful and deliberate development of next-generation wireless handsets has become.
Four forces shape DRAM evolution
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2/7/2000   Post a comment
DRAMs are the highest-volume commodity semiconductors built today, with about 11 percent of the total semiconductor market.
Memory scheme aids flexible scaling
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2/7/2000   Post a comment
Systems with multiprocessing capabilities typically come in fixed sizes, with usually two, four, eight or 16 processors and so on.
Broadband taxes mixed-signal design
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2/7/2000   Post a comment
Broadband digital communication systems are continually pushing the data bandwidth closer to the fundamental channel capacity limit.
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