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DSP shipments set to slow in Q4, says analyst
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11/3/2008   Post a comment
Shipments of DSP chips during the fourth quarter are expected to be down by about 5 percent on the corresponding quarter last year, according to market research group Forward Concepts.
Time for a change for the better?
Power Management DesignLine Blog  
11/3/2008   Post a comment
Two historic events are expected to take place this week on opposite sides of the planet that are likely to have a profound effect on the future prospects of global power management markets.
EU researchers develop optical firewall
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In response to future network security bottlenecks, researchers from the EU-funded WISDOM project are developing an optical firewall capable of analysing data on fibre optic networks at speeds of 40 gigabits per second.
Wavecom says Gemalto's offer still inadequate
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Wavecom SA has again rejected the unsolicited tender offer by Gemalto S.A. to acquire all the outstanding shares of Wavecom, suggesting said Gemalto's offers are insufficient and not in the best interest of the company, its shareholders and employees.
Packaging market to reach $42 billion in 2012, says analyst
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Worldwide advanced electronic packaging annual revenues totaled $28.27 billion in 2007 and are projected to exceed $42 billion in 2012, according to Global Industry Analysts Inc. (San Jose, Calif.).
Replisaurus raises $9 million to push metalization
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Replisaurus Technologies AB (Kista, Sweden), a developer of a metallization technology for integrated passives, copper pillars and 3D integration, has raised 7 million euro (about $9 million) from Noble Fund Advisors Ltd.
OpenAccess PDK for SiGe BiCMOS process
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AWR, a specialist in high-frequency EDA platforms, has developed an Open Access based process design kit for austriamicrosystems S35 0.35m silicon germanium BiCMOS process.
Fujitsu : HD H.264 codecs process 60 frames-per-second
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Fujitsu Microelectronics has expanded its line-up of H.264 CODECs with two new devices that encode and decode full high-definition (HD) (1920 dots x 1080 lines) video in H.264 format.
First public European trial of NFC interoperability
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StoLPaN, the pan-European consortium driving adoption of NFC near field communication), has announced details of the first public trial of NFC that will integrate this emerging contactless technology in the Dolomite skiing resorts of North East Italy.
Europe drives smart sensor adoption
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Europe represents the largest and fastest growing smart sensors market and is projected to be worth $2.1 billion by 2010, according to Global Industry Analysts' latest report.
Compact and space-saving Industrial Ethernet switches
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The Siemens Industry Automation Division has expanded its range of Industrial Ethernet switches by the new Scalance XB-000 range for low-cost design of small line and star topologies and the new Scalance XF-200 range with flat design.
DSCs provide real-time control options
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11/3/2008   Post a comment
Digital signal controllers give real-time control apps what they need: the convenience and interrupt response of a microcontroller with the computational abilities of a digital signal processor.
Under the Hood: MotoGP electronics is where the rubber meets the road
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We head to Laguna Raceway to explore the technology underlying motorcycle racing's premier machines.
AFEs reshape ultrasound imaging
Design How-To  
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Ultrasound imaging is a significant medical imaging method that has been used as a diagnostic tool in medicine for many years.
Turning on iTV
Design How-To  
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It's time to plug the television into the Web.
Survival of the Fittest?
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These are extraordinary times to say the least. The global financial crisis has everyone in a panic and of course that results in the requisite finger pointing.
Opinion: The energy imperative
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Engineers are developing new energy technologies, and EE Times wants to recognize their efforts.
High-voltage hype charges up foundries
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Despite steady growth in the analog arena, a shakeout is looming in the analog foundry sector amid an IC downturn, a potential price war and fears about intellectual-property theft in China.
Analysis: Hollywood's next digital media gambit
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Recent interviews with members of the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem shed light on the plans and challenges for the consortium that debuted in late September to create an electronic media specification that could be a successor to DVDs and MP3 files.
Programmable logic use in handsets--The basics
Design How-To  
11/3/2008   1 comment
Today a new generation of low-power FPGAs is enabling a new breed of handset designers to create handsets with features bounded only by imagination. Here's why.
The math of DSP, part 3: Filters
Design How-To  
11/2/2008   Post a comment
Part 3 explains the basics of low-pass and high-pass filters. It also explains the concept of causality.
Sneak preview: The future of wireless
Signal Processing DesignLine Blog  
11/2/2008   Post a comment
My biggest surprise at ESC? Finding out that Imagination Technologies has a proven software-defined radio (SDR) solution for the consumer market. Read on for details on this and my other adventures at ESC.
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