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Interrupt service routines and non-ISRs raise bit issues
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3/28/2000   Post a comment
In a register that is written by the CPU, the register is write-only and a variable called REGMASK contains the current value in the register.
Interrupts speed tasks, reduce costs
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3/28/2000   Post a comment
Interrupts in an embedded system usually notify the CPU of some external event that requires immediate attention. An interrupt temporarily redirects the program flow to service whatever condition caused the interrupt.
Where are the analog designers?
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3/27/2000   Post a comment
Toyota has hopes for a "highly intelligent car." Who's going to design this stuff? asks ISD editor, Tets Maniwa
BIST takes the test beast out of reuse
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3/21/2000   Post a comment
Reusable cores are a crucial component in creating system-on-chip (SoC) designs on time and efficiently.
Hard IP requires noise immunization
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3/21/2000   Post a comment
Designing an intellectual property (IP) core that is robust enough to be used in many different chips becomes even more challenging in the world of ultradeep submicron-below 0.25 micron.
Right tool mix points to reuse success
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3/21/2000   Post a comment
By bringing together the right process management, design entry, simulation and synthesis tools, engineers now can build a methodology that supports mixed schematic and language-based design for field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs).
Productized IP: more than pipe dream
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3/21/2000   Post a comment
The economic and engineering justifications for leveraging an intellectual-property (IP) business model have not changed in the last five years-the point at which the concept came to the forefront of electronics design.
Hierarchical design flows recognized
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3/21/2000   Post a comment
The move to system-on-chip (SoC) designs is expected to dramatically increase chip sizes from the already complex 10 million to 20 million transistors to more than 100 million transistors in fewer than five years.
Multiple processors vie for tight space
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3/21/2000   Post a comment
In current system-on-chip (SoC) applications, chip designers are integrating several processor cores onto a single piece of silicon.
Audio Class D: Can't please everyone
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3/20/2000   Post a comment
Audiophiles claimed they wouldn't touch the stuff with a pole, but today's Class D amplifiers are really something to sing about. Here's Steve Ohr's report.
Audio Class D: Can't please everyone
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3/20/2000   Post a comment
Audiophiles claimed they wouldn't touch the stuff with a pole, but today's Class D amplifiers are really something to sing about. Here's Steve Ohr's report.
The Barbarians are at the Gates
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3/18/2000   Post a comment
Digital signal processing is muscling in on sound reproduction, the last bastion of analog as art form. ANALOGnet site director Charles Small outlines how new developments in DSP are resulting in great sound quality from very small enclosures.
Good Physical Layout Takes Black Magic Out Of Power-Supply Design
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3/18/2000   Post a comment
When it comes to switching power supplies, the importance of a good printed circuit board (PCB) layout can't be overstated. Find out which operation factors affect the printed circuit board design, see some good models, and read about possible pit-falls in the design of the switching power supply.
Product-selector tools save on time
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3/17/2000   Post a comment
Electronic OEM designers are beginning to see the advantages of online product selector tools.
Alliances tackle connectivity issues
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3/17/2000   Post a comment
Design engineers are facing new challenges rising from the outsourcing model employed by an increasing number of OEMs.
Intelligent Pressure Sensor Signal-Conditioning For Correlating Respiratory Signals to Emotion
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3/13/2000   Post a comment
Anxious? Take a breather. New IC technologies from Maxim meet design requirements for high-end applications like respiration monitors at a low cost.
Where does analog live in a mixed-signal world?
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3/12/2000   Post a comment
The term "mixed-signal," brandished like a brand name, often refers to a range of products that have little to do with analog signal-processing technology or skills. Conversely, the target market for an analog tool set can seem larger if its developers call it a mixed-signal tool. In this installment of the Scarlet A, Steve Ohr defines some differences among mixed-signal, mixed analog-digital and mixed-technology ICs. More than splitting hairs, these differences can often predict how quickly a n
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