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Keysight Donates EDA Software to Georgia Tech
News & Analysis  
12/15/2014   1 comment
Keysight Technologies continues a tradition that started when the company was part of Agilent.
Sequans: The Startup That Started Over
News & Analysis  
12/15/2014   8 comments
Early one Paris morning in July 2011, Georges Karam, president and CEO of Sequans, got a call from HTC. Kara'’s biggest customer asked him to stop shipping Sequans' WiMax radio chips. That called changed everything.
Tiny Spectrometer Targets IoT
News & Analysis  
12/12/2014   35 comments
NanoLambda has developed an ultra-compact, low-cost spectrometer-on-a-chip to measure concentration and density based on wavelength. The chip is accurate to 1 nm with 10nm resolution for consumer and medical uses.
Top 2014 Acquisitions that Advanced the Internet of Things
News & Analysis  
12/11/2014   10 comments
2014 was the year when the electronics industry decidedly and collectively moved forward to push IoT. For evidence, look no further than the many mergers and acquisitions among IC, system, and software vendors this year.
A Simple Measurement Mystery
Blog  
12/10/2014   22 comments
Sometimes even data and modest, small observations don’t add up, and we have no way to knowing for sure where the problem lies, or if there even is one.
Memory Test Trends of 2014: Emerging, Denser Memories Drive Test Tools
News & Analysis  
12/9/2014   Post a comment
As DDR4 gains traction and new and emerging memories become denser, test vendors are releasing tools to address more complex components and the need for quicker validation.
7 Misconceptions About NFC Testing
Blog  
12/8/2014   2 comments
Near-Field Communication is different from other wireless technologies, yet it's complex and requires production testing.
Ethernet for Drive-by-Wire?
News & Analysis  
12/8/2014   22 comments
Ethernet is gaining momentum as an in-vehicle network. But beyond being the A/V network for in-vehicle infotainment systems, what’s the potential impact of Ethernet on the whole car? Opinions vary.
ESD: Kill or Be Killed
Blog  
12/4/2014   7 comments
You can either protect sensitive circuits from ESD damage or let ESD ruin your product, your day, and even your job.
Prepare for DDR Memory Testing
Blog  
12/2/2014   Post a comment
A look at the first steps of DDR testing: generating DDR traffic and criteria for a proper read/write burst pattern that will gain good test results.
Friday Quiz: Bipolar Transistors
Blog  
11/28/2014   16 comments
Remember basic transistor physics? Let's see if you really do.
Friday Quiz: More Radar
Blog  
11/21/2014   Post a comment
An EE Times reader submitted our second Friday quiz about radar.
Het Nets, Indoor Coverage Drive LTE-A Test
Blog  
11/18/2014   Post a comment
As demand for mobile data increases, LTE-A is being deployed to meet that demand, but it will need help from small, local cells.
Power Week: First Distributed Power Standards Unveiled by AMP Consortium
News & Analysis  
11/13/2014   1 comment
The recently formed Architects of Modern Power consortium announced initial standards for digital POL and advanced bus DC-DC converters aimed at providing a complete distributed power ecosystem.
Disciplined Test Capacity Investment
Blog  
11/12/2014   Post a comment
The drive toward more disciplined test capacity investments started after the dot-com bubble.
Spansion’s Foray Into e.MMC Market
News & Analysis  
11/11/2014   Post a comment
Spansion has rolled out a family of “industrial-grade” embedded MultiMediaCard memory products by using its high-density MLC NAND flash. The company is playing catchup with Micron and Toshiba.
Dell Research Updates Progress
News & Analysis  
11/10/2014   3 comments
A year after its formation, Dell’s research arm is making strides in communications and focus on big data in medicine. Dell Research head Jai Menon talks future development in mobility, security, and machine learning.
Will You Buy Accident-Free Cars?
Blog  
11/6/2014   26 comments
I've often thought of driver assistance systems as high-end "fancy features" -- more convenient than necessary. Can a case be made?
Simulation 'Unknowns' & Synthesis 'Don’t Cares'
Blog  
11/5/2014   1 comment
The sheer complexity and common use of power management schemes increase the likelihood of an unknown “X” state in the design translating into a functional bug in the final chip.
Conference Explores 3D Semiconductor Technology
News & Analysis  
11/5/2014   Post a comment
3D ASIP Conference in December 2014 to cover technology progress and markets for 3D semiconductor integration and packaging.
Professor Wants to Change Engineering Education
Blog  
11/4/2014   11 comments
Mark Somerville of Olin College of Engineering explains the culture of engineering education and why it no longer works.
IJTAG's Coming Out Party Is Near
Blog  
11/3/2014   Post a comment
Embedded instruments are everywhere. It's time we put them to better use.
WiFi World Summit: Seamless WiFi Is Coming
Blog  
11/2/2014   2 comments
Three wireless technology events came together in Barcelona. The goal: develop a network where your phone will automatically switch to WiFi when you're indoors.
Friday Quiz: Radiated Emissions
Blog  
10/31/2014   13 comments
There are many factors that contribute to radiated emissions problems. How well do you know them?
Donated Test Equipment Outfits College Labs
Blog  
10/30/2014   4 comments
Electrical engineering schools wanting modern test equipment will do well to befriend test-equipment companies.
Japan's MegaChips to Buy MEMS Timing Leader SiTime
News & Analysis  
10/29/2014   4 comments
MegaChips, Japan's fast-growing fabless, will buy SiTime Corp. for $200 million in cash to leverage SiTime's MEMS timing devices to enhance its own SoCs and ASSPs for wearable and mobile devices.
Freescale CEO: 'IoT Isn't Just Buzz'
News & Analysis  
10/29/2014   13 comments
Two factors rejuvenating Freescale are the "explosion of connected devices" and "cars so aware of their surroundings that they can't get into accidents," says its CEO.
Kili Unveils 1-Stop Fix for Chip-Card Mandate
News & Analysis  
10/28/2014   14 comments
While US retailers struggle to keep up with the transition of mobile payment systems to new technologies like NFC, they face an even bigger challenge as US card issuers drag them into the new world of chip cards.
DDR Memory Testing: Worst Practices
Blog  
10/27/2014   2 comments
Testing dual data-rate memory (DDR) devices and/or modules calls for careful application of some best practices. With that said, there are also some things to watch out for -- call them "worst practices.” These can adversely influence measurement accuracy or even wreck your probing setup.
Netscout Acquires Communications Businesses From Danaher
News & Analysis  
10/27/2014   6 comments
Does this acquisition make Netscout a one-stop shop for network test?
Terrestrial Broadcast TV Down, But Is It Out?
Blog  
10/24/2014   33 comments
Why are we so down on terrestrial TV broadcast? There seems to be a growing consensus that broadcasting isn't just irrelevant but obsolete. Part of me agrees. But another part of me wonders if it's all true.
DesignCon Trick for a Treat Contest Opens
Blog  
10/24/2014   2 comments
Got a quick design trick to share with the EDN/EETimes community? Now's your chance to show off. DesignCon has opened its Trick for a Treat giveaway.
National Instruments Joins CROWD for 5G Wireless Networks Research
News & Analysis  
10/24/2014   1 comment
5G wireless is expected to be a reality by 2020. Now the race is on to develop the technology, because we need higher speeds.
Friday Quiz: Fiber Optic Measurements
Blog  
10/24/2014   4 comments
Test your basic knowledge of fiber optic measurements.
UNH-IOL Selected as G.fast Test Lab
News & Analysis  
10/23/2014   1 comment
Impartial lab is first to become an official G.fast test facility for the short-range, high-speed subscriber-line technology.
Reinvention of Broadcast TV: 10 Things to Know
Slideshow  
10/23/2014   42 comments
As US consumers grow more comfortable with streaming video mobile devices while continuing to watch cable and satellite TV, terrestrial broadcasters find themselves fighting to redefine an over-the-air digital broadcast system that's now almost 20 years old.
TI’s Rosy Outlook Defies Microchip's Gloom
News & Analysis  
10/21/2014   6 comments
TI reported third-quarter results above expectations, indicating no industry corrections in sight. The solid results came 10 days after Microchip made a downward revision in its revenue forecast.
Memory Transition Prompts Testing Uptick
News & Analysis  
10/21/2014   Post a comment
As DDR4 starts to see some traction, test equipment manufacturers are seeing increased demand for their tools as system builders look to guarantee compliance and interoperability.
TI Beefs Up Driver Assist, Digital Cockpit
News & Analysis  
10/21/2014   9 comments
Car OEMs’ growing desire to meet or exceed higher NCAP ratings is driving chip suppliers to develop more sophisticated ADAS SoCs. TI is rolling out two types of solutions: “safety critical” and “informational” ADAS processors.
As Revenue Dips, China Mobile Pushes 4G
News & Analysis  
10/20/2014   4 comments
China Mobile's 2014 nine-month income fell by 9.7% compared with the same period a year ago, and profits dipped for the fifth-straight quarter.
Mega MATLAB Release From MathWorks
News & Analysis  
10/17/2014   3 comments
R2014b is an extremely compelling release for both existing MATLAB users and new members of the MATLAB community.
How to Diagnose Failed Memory
Blog  
10/17/2014   1 comment
With a purpose-built MBIST controller, both test application and data collection can be done on-chip at full operational clock speeds in the GHz range.
Friday Quiz: Radar
Blog  
10/17/2014   Post a comment
Test your knowledge on this old -- yet up-and-coming -- technology.
River Sensors to Clean Up Waterways
News & Analysis  
10/16/2014   11 comments
Inexpensive sensors track the movement/source of pollution.
DDR Memory Testing Using Interposers
Blog  
10/16/2014   2 comments
Chip interposers are designed for probing extremely close to memory components and are essential tools for working with DDR memory devices.
TSMC Capex to Exceed $10B in FinFET Ramp-Up
News & Analysis  
10/16/2014   6 comments
Taiwan Semiconductor said Thursday that it aims to increase its capital expenditures next year to more than US$10 billion as it accelerates its ramp-up to commercial production of 16 nm FinFET chips.
IC Industry Slowdown: True or False?
News & Analysis  
10/15/2014   10 comments
Did Microchip Technology get ahead of itself by suggesting that its downward revenue forecast was a negative bellwether for the whole semiconductor market? Or is there a macro-economic weakness that bodes ill for the chip industry?
Data Speeds Keep Going Up
Blog  
10/15/2014   1 comment
The network infrastructure is business critical and requires testing at the physical layer and protocol layers for speeds up to 400 Gbits/s.
What About MEMs?
Blog  
10/14/2014   Post a comment
Let's take a look at what's happening at older technologies, and the innovation there that is also driving advanced modeling techniques. The designs Carey Robertson wants to discuss involve circuits utilizing MEMs.
Microchip Forecast Dip Triggers Debate
News & Analysis  
10/13/2014   16 comments
Microchip's downward revision in its September quarter revenue forecast spooked flocks of investors, driving down stock prices, not only for Microchip, but also for Intel and TI. The news appears to have caught semiconductor industry analysts by surprise.
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