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The Intel Atom processor E6xx series Hands on Event
Blog  
10/29/2010   1 comment
A free multi-city event offers the opportunity to learn about Intel’s next-generation Intel Atom processor products for embedded designs.
Cypress PSOC CY8C26443 helps trapped Chilean miners
Blog  
10/29/2010   6 comments
It's when products have an impact that's felt beyond the top and bottom lines that engineers can go home with a really warm feeling in their hearts.
USB - the car-consumer connection
Design How-To  
10/29/2010   3 comments
In automotive environments, USB interface technology is about to conquer the pole position among competitive technologies. At chip level, the supporting infrastructure is already available.
connectBlue launches OWS451 Wireless LAN Serial Port Adapter with enterprise security
Product News  
10/28/2010   1 comment
connectBlue’s new OWS451 Wireless LAN Serial Port Adapter is designed to facilitate replacement of a serial cable with a wireless LAN connection. The new adaptor is based on the latest IEEE802.11a/b/g/n standards and provides state-of-the-art security options, as well as dual-band support for both 2.4 and 5GHz radio bands.
PandaBoard touts low-cost OMAP 4 mobile software dev
Product News  
10/28/2010   3 comments
PandaBoard is an open source development tool for mobile devices that provides access to the OMAP 4 applications processor platform from Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI). The OMAP 4 platform is power- and performance-optimized for Smartphones and other mobile devices. A growing online community of Linux experts supports PandaBoard developers designing on mobile open source software distributions such as Android, Angstrom, Chrome, MeeGo and Ubuntu.
Designing modern USB audio systems
Design How-To  
10/27/2010   Post a comment
Today's successful USB-based audio products are the result of a lot of chip- and system-level attention to solving the thorny problem of clock recovery.
CE parts met cockpit avionics in vintage F-15 video camera
Teardown  
10/25/2010   Post a comment
A video camera system once used in the F-15 essentially marries a general-purpose Sony CCD camera chip set to some special-purpose military hardware.
Harwin delivers Mil-DTL connector series
Product News  
10/22/2010   Post a comment
High-reliability interconnect company Harwin has introduced a range of connectors that are IP67-rated and compatible with other Mil-DTL-5015 devices.
Haptic module adds touch, sound to flat panels
Product News  
10/20/2010   Post a comment
NXT has launched a 15x10mm control module that, in combination with two 0.5W moving coil transducers, adds haptic touch to a flat panel whilst simultaneously turning the panel into a loudspeaker.
Japanese components vendors in the iPhone 4
Blog  
10/19/2010   17 comments
A focus on manufacturing is probably why Japan is winning design-ins with Apple.
8 Gb/s Fibre Channel design
Design How-To  
10/18/2010   Post a comment
How to use clock and data recovery (CDR) circuitry with advanced electronic dispersion compensation (EDC) to equalize the multi-tap reflections in 8Gb/s Fibre Channel designs and how to use adaptive firmware optimization to speed negotiation requirements.
ESC Boston and embedded's #1 problem
Blog  
10/13/2010   Post a comment
"Embedded" has somehow evolved to a dirty word, or at least a boring one, getting associated with many vital, but "boring" machines that just don't generate excitement.
CommAgility's AMC-V6 for wireless features Xilinx Virtex-6 FPGA and high speed I/O
Product News  
10/12/2010   Post a comment
The AMC-V6 from CommAgility is a high performance FPGA-based interface and processing module for wireless baseband applications. For maximum processing power, the AMC-V6 incorporates a Xilinx Virtex-6 FPGA. The new module is designed for wireless radio head interfacing applications requiring multiple CPRI links at up to a 10x (6.144Gbps) line rate.
ST's Carmelo Papa appointed chairman of EPoSS
News & Analysis  
10/11/2010   Post a comment
Carmelo Papa, executive vice president and general manager of the industrial and multisegment business within STMicroelectronics, has been appointed chairman of a European think-tank for smart system integration.
NXP puts ARM in energy-monitoring chip
News & Analysis  
10/11/2010   12 comments
NXP Semiconductors is rolling out a 32-bit ARM-based energy monitoring chip aimed at a range of consumer and industrial uses.
QLogic rolls converged Ethernet products
News & Analysis  
10/8/2010   7 comments
QLogic Corp. rolled out three 10 Gbit/second Ethernet products, two adapter cards and a chip supporting Fibre Channel over Ethernet, IP and iSCSI protocols.
Kontron OM6040D Compact MicroTCA Platform accommodates up to four double-width full-size AdvancedMC modules
Product News  
10/5/2010   Post a comment
The compact MicroTCA platform OM6040D from Kontron is designed for up to four high-end AdvancedMCs and features a 10 Gbit/s Ethernet switched backplane enabling high data flow rates.
Fairchild_Improve power management in USB wireless modems
Design How-To  
10/4/2010   38 comments
A USB wireless modem, USB dongle, or USB data card can be used along with notebook and tablet PCs to access the Internet as needed. This article focuses on power management solutions for GSM/GPRS mobile systems.
T&M gets dedicated designline
Test & Measurement Designline Blogs  
10/4/2010   1 comment
Welcome to the Test & Measurement Designline, the latest addition to the EE Times Group's 'heads down' communities designed to help engineers tackle practical, technical and software challenges to bring product specification to reality.


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