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Transactors -- Expanding the Role of FPGA-Based Prototypes
FPGA-based prototypes offer unbeatable flexibility, capacity, and speed. Extending their functionality through the use of a transactor interface opens up tremendous possibilities to designers.
Awesome 3D Electronic Sculptures
These little beauties are created using thousands of discrete components (LEDs, transistors, resistors) wired directly together without a PCB.
Graphene Polymer Speeds Electron Transport
Depositing conducting polymers on graphene gives then highly desirable electrical properties, flexibility and strength for future flexible electronics, organic solar cells, protective coatings and other practical applications.
Vision Explosion Requires Mobile Architecture Rethink
CEVA's Eran Briman examines the explosion in vision processing and why it requires a rethink of mobile and embedded processing architectures if the future 'connected vision' paradigm is to be fully realized.
ECC Brings Reliability and Power Efficiency to Mobile Devices
Error correcting code increases memory density and bandwidth while maintaining power neutrality and reliability. Here's a detailed look at why that's the case.
Friday Quiz: Spectrum and Network Measurements
Wireless is everywhere, but not without spectral measurements.
LTE-U for Small Cells Improves Wi-Fi Environment
In LTE-U, LTE technology over an unlicensed band is paired with a "licensed" LTE signal as an anchor preserving the necessary signaling and handshaking required for a reliable connection.
Web Giants Drive Road Maps
Big data centers such as Amazon, Google and Facebook are having outsized influence on everything from optical interconnects to the future of hard disk drives and solid-state memory.
Infineon: CAN FD Success Goes at Expense of FlexRay
The faster version of the venerable CAN bus, CAN FD is currently taking off at several carmakers. Infineon's Thomas Bohm, Head of Body / Automotive, believes this could well go at the expense of FlexRay.
IoT Terrain Still Shifting
The Internet of Things continues to fragment with competing networks and frameworks from 6LoWPAN to Zigbee, Apple Homekit and Google's Thread.
Free Webinar: New Battery Tech for Portable & Stationary Devices
Apple's March 9 Event: Is It Time For The Apple Watch?
Apple fans and non-fans alike are waiting to "watch" what happens. Let the speculation begin.
Tessera Buys Smart Sensors for Iris Recognition
FotoNation Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of chip packaging company Tessera Technologies Inc. (San Jose, Calif.) has acquired Smart Sensors Ltd. (Bath, England), a developer of iris recognition biometric technology.
Hi-Speed Transistors from Liquid Processing
A University of Chicago lab has invented a new kind of solder that can electronically join disparate semiconductors that were impossible to solder before, plus print crystalline-like high-speed transistors as well as revolutionize 3-D printing.
An Appetizing Archive of Propitious & Pragmatic Resources
EE Times blogger Adam Taylor has created a website containing links to all of his writings on FPGAs, engineering, and mission-critical systems.
ESC Boston 2015 Sneak Peek -- Open Source Electromagnetic Trackers
Here's a sneak peek at one of the presentations to be given in the Fantastical Theatre of Engineering Innovation at ESC Boston 2015.
Radar Can't Spot Mystery Drones over Paris
Unidentified drones were spotted in the skies above Paris two nights in a row this week. The French authorities don't know who is controlling them, the number of drones involved, or even if they were all coordinated.
18 Views of ISSCC
Engineers showed advances in lower power, higher performance and media-rich silicon at this year's ISSCC, despite struggles advancing Moore's Law.
IoT Starter Kit Connects Developer to Cloud in Moments
Seeking to simplify the prospect of creating an IoT prototype that is web connected, ARM has partnered with IBM to provide an end-to-end, out of the box dev kit.
Benchmark Stresses Big Chips
The EEMBC consortium rolled out CoreMark-Pro, a benchmark suite for 32- and 64-bit chips, an extension of its six-year old test for MCUs and CPUs.