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EDA/IP weekly roundup of back end and foundry related news – June 5th 2013
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ARM, Globalfoundries, Mentor, Samsung and Synopsys made the lineup today. See here for their news…
EDA/IP weekly roundup of product and IP news – June 5th 2013
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Adapt-IP, Agilent, Atrenta, ATopTech, Ausdia, Berkeley, Blue Pearl, Cadence, Carbon, CircuitSutra, CMP, Cortus, Forte, IPextreme, Khalifa, Kozio, Mentor, Microsemi, Plunify, Target Compiler, Vayavya and Xilinx made the lineup today. See here for their news…
EDA/IP weekly roundup of standards news – June 5th 2013
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Accellera, DAC, IEEE, Stanley Krolikoski, Si2 and TechAmerica made the standards lineup today. See here for their news…
Microchip to acquire embedded memory IP supplier
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6/5/2013   1 comment
Acquisition of Novocell by Microchip subsidiary Silicon Storage Technology expands Microchip's flash memory IP offering.
Reference design: One volt Bluetooth Low Energy advertise-only beacon
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6/5/2013   1 comment
Communicate one way. Bluetooth Low Energy advertise-only mode is used here in low-cost a beacon device.
ITC votes to ban importation of iPhones, iPads
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6/5/2013   15 comments
U.S. regulatory body finds that several models of Apple's iPad tablet and iPhone smartphone violate patent held by Samsung.
Freescale rolls IoT toolkit at Computex
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6/5/2013   7 comments
Open-source developers toolkit for creating Internet of Things applications makes debut at Computex.
X-ES rolls 4th generation Intel Core i7 processor-based SBCs
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Extreme Engineering Solutions has released 3U VPX, 6U VPX, XMC, 3U CompactPCI, 6U CompactPCI, 6U VME, and COM Express SBCs based on the 4th generation Intel Core i7-4700EQ processor.
Peregrine Semiconductor PE42520 and PE42521 CMOS RF switches
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Peregrine has set new standards of performance for high-frequency CMOS RF switches with the launch of its latest SPDT devices.
Microsemi, ZL30162, ZL30161 and ZL30163 timing card devices
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Microsemi is offering a highly integrated synchronous Ethernet timing card device for wireless infrastructure and Metro Ethernet.
Cornell Dubilier expands aluminum polymer capacitor lines
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Cornell Dubilier's two aluminum polymer capacitor series are now available with lower ESR and higher capacitance values for board-level power-conversion applications.
Linear Technology LT3055 LDO offers 25µVRMS noise, programmable current limit and diagnostic information
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Linear's latest device delivers up to 500mA output current with a 350mV dropout voltage at full load.
C&K designs switch for mirror control in automotive, industrial apps
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C&K Components’ 4-way adjustable direction switch simplifies assembly with customizable wire harness and connector.
Fairchild Semi's FDD1600N10ALZD and FDD850N10LD combines a MOSFET and diode in one package
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Fairchild Semiconductor’s 100V BoostPak solution provides improved reliability, reduces system costs in LED applications.
Day one at DAC
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Day one of the events at DAC was a busy, busy affair….
How to use ECC to protect embedded memories
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Multi-bit error correction and automation can help meet reliability and volume production goals.
Collaborative Advantage: Compact Model Council transfers to Si2
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Si2 welcomes the Compact Model Council, the standards body supporting the SPICE model, into its ranks just as Dr. Chenmin Hu, father of the “BSIM” SPICE model, receives this year’s EDAC Phil Kaufman Award…
DCD's D68HC11 – HC11 legacy with all peripherals
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6/4/2013   3 comments
The D68HC11 from Digital Core Design (DCD) can be used as direct replacement, pin-to-pin compatible with the original HC11 MCU.
Microchip subsidiary acquires Novocell non-volatile-memory IP supplier
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Acquisition of non-volatile-memory IP supplier grows footprint and increases product portfolio for Microchip's SST Flash-IP solutions business.
Maxim’s CEO on analog, Intel, Samsung and more
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Maxim chief executive Tunc Doluca talks about his new 90nm analog process, his integration strategy, Intel, Samsung and China.
Raspberry Pi online Maker Training Camp now open
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I just heard that a suite of Maker Training Camps – including a Raspberry Pi course – are now open to the public.
Intel’s Haswell puts more analog inside
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Inside Haswell, Intel’s next CPU, are twenty of more custom inductors, designed and made by Intel to support its new on-chip voltage regulator.
Memory markets to grow up to 30% in 2013
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The biggest surprise isn't revenue numbers but an extraordinary prediction for the future of DRAM.
Free online classes: Application-Specific Programmable Logic
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I just heard that my old friend Dr. DSP will be providing a series of free online classes as part of the Digi-Key Continuing Education Center.
How do we make 3-D NAND flash practical?
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6/3/2013   4 comments
Discover the key challenges that need to be solved to enable 3-D memory, and one implementation that might just fit the bill.
Freescale creates foundation supporting STEM education
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6/3/2013   16 comments
Can efforts like the Freescale Foundation make a difference in promoting STEM education, or is it just good corporate citizen PR?
Stand back! I'm poised to use my Camera Lucida iPad app!
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6/3/2013   6 comments
Check out an amazing image created by someone who knows what she's doing… and then we discover what I've been up to…
Auto infotainment hits the supply chain
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More automakers are offering high-end information systems in their cars, spiking demand for infotainment modules in the electronics supply chain.
Slideshow: How NASA uses LEDs
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Pictorial essay showing how NASA is using LEDs in a number of ways--including medical applications, photographs from Rovers, and growing plants.
ARM announces AMBA 5 CHI - the Coherent Hub Interface
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ARM has now named the 16 core architecture with CoreLink cache coherent network and dual memory controllers as AMBA 5 Coherent Hub Interface…
London Calling: Intel tops embedded processor ranking
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Intel was the top supplier of embedded processors in 2012 but its market lead is being eroded by Qualcomm, according to market researcher Semicast Research.
Jasper and Duolog tackle IP integration problems
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Jasper and Duolog are creating integrated design and verification flows that tackle some of the toughest problems associated with integrating hundreds of IPs into an SoC…
Ethernet preps for real-time role in cars, factories
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6/3/2013   9 comments
Ethernet is getting a tune up with real-time capabilities suitable for cars and the factory floor at latencies in single-digit microseconds coming by the end of next year.
SMIC forms joint venture for 28-nm chip production
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6/3/2013   11 comments
Some $3.6 billion funding has been earmarked for SMIC joint-venture to focus on 45-nm and finer geometry manufacturing.
Performance analysis of VPX backplane in integrated modular avionics system
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6/3/2013   2 comments
Modeling of VPX (VITA 46) backplane in Integrated Modular Avionics systems (IMA) for performance analysis is very important for the integrity of the design of modern complex avionics systems…
ARM aims at mid-range with three processors
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6/3/2013   8 comments
At the Computex show in Taiwan ARM has launched CPU, GPU and video cores that is says combine area- and cost-efficiency for the mid-range smartphone and tablet computer market.
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