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DRAM price collapse continues, says iSuppli
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1/4/2011   7 comments
The price of DRAMs and DRAM modules continued to decline in December and nothing is likely to prevent the slide continuing for at least another six months, according to market research firm iSuppli.
China link helps MIPS go mobile
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1/4/2011   11 comments
Delivering on its promise to enter the mobile market, MIPS will show off at CES two smartphones. One deploys a MIPS-Based CPU designed by a Beijing-based Ingenic Semiconductor, while the other is using a MIPS core from Actions Semiconductor for media processing.
Ruggedized 19” subrack with enhanced shock, vibration resistance
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1/4/2011   Post a comment
Electronics packaging specialist Schroff has extended its europacPRO range of modular subracks with a new version designed for use in demanding environments such as military systems, on aircraft, close to rotating machinery or in power generation applications.
Tektronix signal analyzer delivers high performance at mid-range cost
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Tektronix releases signal analyzer that packs performance for embedded RF, radio communications, and spectrum management.
Top 10 RF/microwave design articles for 2010
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1/4/2011   Post a comment
Drum roll please! It has been a great year on the RF and Microwave Designline. Here are the Top 10 articles, as voted by your page turns...
1,000 processors on a Xilinx FPGA
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1/4/2011   15 comments
Scientists at the University of Glasgow have created a 1,000-core computer processor based on a Xilinx field programmable gate array.
When perfect is good enough
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1/4/2011   1 comment
For mission-critical and safety-critical electronic systems at the 28nm node and below, the high reliability and high availability of systems designed using FPGAs is of great concern to a wide variety of target application areas.
Samsung trials DDR4 DRAM module
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1/4/2011   Post a comment
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has announced the completion of a DDR4 DRAM module using 30-nm class process technology, that is somewhere between 30- and 39-nm.
Here’s a chance to win a dream home!
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1/3/2011   8 comments
I was watching one of those “house hunter” programs on the Home and Garden (HGTV) channel last night when I saw an advert to win the most amazing Dream Home.
Sometimes social networks (in vias) are not a good thing
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1/3/2011   3 comments
When measuring signal noise, it's important to be selective and data mine the most important terms.
Never slap a man who's chewing tobacco!
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1/3/2011   6 comments
Some say that Will Rogers – who died in a 1935 plane crash with his best friend, Wylie Post – was one of the greatest sages America has ever known...
Intel-GE healthcare JV launches
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1/3/2011   14 comments
A previously announced healthcare joint venture between Intel and General Electric is officially up and running as Intel-GE Care Innovations LLC.
Don’t talk to me about paraprosdokian sentences!
Blog  
1/3/2011   7 comments
I just now heard the term “Paraprosdokian Sentence,” which – I discover – refers to a figure of speech in which the latter part of a sentence or phrase is surprising or unexpected in a way...
CES for medical
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1/3/2011   1 comment
CES is becoming a place to find solutions for medical applications.
Marvell rolls hybrid flash, disk controller
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1/3/2011   6 comments
Marvell announced a hybrid serial ATA controller that makes a hard disk and solid state drive appear to a PC operating system like a single hard disk drive.
Microsemi 6-port PD-9506G and 12-port PD-9512G midspans
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1/3/2011   Post a comment
Check out these 6- and 12-port midspans, which optimize deployment flexibility and support gigabit switching and high-efficiency four-pair powering.
ITC backs Rambus with 34-company probe
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1/3/2011   8 comments
The International Trade Commission has announced that it will launch an investigation into various chips and memory controllers and products that contain them, including PC motherboards, modems, routers and computers, following a complaint filed by Rambus Inc.
AVX SQ series RF capacitors
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1/3/2011   Post a comment
AVX expanded its porcelain and ceramic dielectric multilayer capacitor chip product offering to include non-magnetic termination versions.
Intel's Sandy Bridge CPU gets GPU support
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1/3/2011   6 comments
Multicore graphics firm LucidLogix Technologies Ltd. has announced virtualization software written to help the Sandy Bridge processor from Intel work flexibly with external GPUs.
November's 'actual' global chip sales slip below par
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1/3/2011   4 comments
The "actual" global market for chips in November, as estimated by the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics organization, was $24.64 billion, up 13.9 percent from the same month a year before and up 1.0 percent from October 2010 sales of $24.40 billion.
November averaged chip sales sag slightly
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1/3/2011   3 comments
The three-month average of global sales of semiconductors for November was $25.97 billion, down from a revised $26.20 billion in the month before and up 14.4 percent from the same month a year before, according to the European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA).
Lantiq rolls G.hn home net chips
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1/3/2011   Post a comment
Lantiq rolled out the industry's second family of home networking chips complaint with the new ITU G.hn standard to drive data over powerline, coax or twisted pair networks.
Freescale aims quad-core at consumer apps
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1/3/2011   2 comments
Freescale Semiconductor announced its new i.MX6 series of chips, including what it says are the first quad-core processors for high-end consumer electronic devices.
Mistral's ARM Cortex-A8-based open-source development board offers low-cost alternative to TI's AM35x EVM
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1/1/2011   Post a comment
CraneBoard provides a cost-effective, alternative development option to Texas Instruments’ AM35x Sitara ARM Cortex-A8 microprocessors (MPUs) evaluation module (EVM).
DDC's MIL-STD-1553 and/or ARINC 429 board connects to any computer with USB port
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1/1/2011   Post a comment
The BU-67102UX1 board from Data Device Corporation (DDC) is a small form factor MIL-STD-1553 and ARINC 429 board designed for applications that do not have a standard backplane, but have a USB port in the system.
Digital power techniques threaten analog power-supply obsolescence
Design How-To  
1/1/2011   30 comments
Understand why this author feels that digital power-supply control has many strong advantages over traditional analog supply control
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