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posted in December 2011
Intel rolls 32-nm Atom, preps 22-nm Ivy Bridge
News & Analysis  
12/28/2011   12 comments
Intel rolled out 32 nm Atom chips for netbooks and embedded systems and is reportedly planning to release its 22 nm Ivy Bridge notebook and desktop CPUs in April.
Linear Technology LTC2863 RS485 transceivers
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12/22/2011   Post a comment
Linear Technology's latest RS485/RS422 transceivers eliminate field failures without the need of costly external protection devices.
CAN transceiver isolates signals to 5 kVrms, handles 125°C
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12/14/2011   Post a comment
ADM3054 from Analog Devices tackles industrial, automotive digital interface problems
Broadcom launches connected-car Ethernet portfolio
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12/12/2011   1 comment
Portfolio designed specifically for automotive to cut connectivity cost and cabling weight.
IEDM: Sony game exec lays out chip needs
News & Analysis  
12/6/2011   3 comments
The CTO of Sony Computer Entertainment told chip makers he needs better image and motion sensor technologies in order to achieve the "ultimate immersive system."
EE Times' 20 hot technologies for 2012
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12/6/2011   57 comments
What follows is a list of 20 technologies EE Times editors think can bring big changes, and that we will be tracking in 2012.
EE Times' 20 hot technologies for 2012
Blog  
12/6/2011   57 comments
What follows is a list of 20 technologies EE Times editors think can bring big changes, and that we will be tracking in 2012.
EE Times' 20 hot technologies for 2012
Blog  
12/6/2011   57 comments
What follows is a list of 20 technologies EE Times editors think can bring big changes, and that we will be tracking in 2012.
Integrated transceivers save space in LIN, CAN applications
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12/1/2011   Post a comment
Automotive-qualified compact integrated circuits also target cost in vehicle comfort and convenience, and industrial designs.


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