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The golden touch 08/04/2004

Embedded software might be the most effective starting point for SoC design. By Louise Joselyn.  Read More

Analogue at the edge? 08/04/2004

Is digital technology set to displace analogue design? By Graham Pitcher.  Read More

Blurring the boundaries 08/04/2004

With higher integration, will your next design be based on a microcontroller or a microprocessor? By Philip Ling.  Read More

Out of hiding 08/04/2004

The dsp’s profile may be expanding, but is its application area? By Philip Ling.  Read More

Solution RAPped 08/04/2004

Dr Hans Eichel and Kenn Lamb discuss the technology that enables a completely field reconfigurable SoC media processor.  Read More

Blue is the colour! 08/04/2004

Blue lasers are extending the lifetime of optical storage technology. By Vanessa Knivett.  Read More

Supporting security 18/03/2004

Programmable solutions boost video security systems. By Alexandre Maupas and Jean-Marc Charpentier.  Read More

You must comply! 18/03/2004

The wheels of legislation are turning. By Gary Nevison.  Read More

A cut above the rest 18/03/2004

VITA46 may at first glance be something just for the eyes of avionics systems builders, but it points to wider industry trends. By Vanessa Knivett.  Read More

All done by mirrors 18/03/2004

One of the latest attempts to create a 3d display uses a collection of mirrors. By Graham Pitcher.  Read More

Freshly made 18/03/2004

Battery packs deserve more respect, as they move further up the priority list. By Philip Ling.  Read More

Getting the jitter bug 18/03/2004

What is a jitter transfer function and how does it help designers? By Edmund Suckow.  Read More

Get a move on! 08/03/2004

At last, a serial bus that could simplify interconnectivity at all levels. By Philip Ling.  Read More

Taking the strain 08/03/2004

Moving to 90nm means more than a process shrink. By Graham Pitcher.  Read More

Working to the clock 08/03/2004

Driving jitter in serial architectures to new low levels. By Graham Pitcher.  Read More

Optimisation fuels uptake 08/03/2004

ASSPs set to drive Ethernet adoption in industrial markets. By Richard Woerner.  Read More

Taking a quantum leap 08/03/2004

Will a quantum leap in performance silence the dram battlefield? By Vanessa Knivett.  Read More

Signed, sealed, delivered 25/02/2004

The concept of a ‘one stop shop’ is being extended through the reference design. By Philip Ling.  Read More

Solving resource problems 25/02/2004

Distributor broadens its horizons through a reference design. By Graham Pitcher.  Read More

Making a mesh 23/02/2004

Mesh technology brings peer to peer communications in wireless networks. By John Walko.  Read More

DSPs drive change 23/02/2004

Modern motor controllers must do more than just spin the motor. By Kedar Godbole, Olivier Monnier and Jennifer Skinner-Gray.  Read More

Pain prevention 23/02/2004

Considerations for the protection of subscriber line interface cards. By Chris Likely.  Read More

Side by side by SIMD 23/02/2004

Microprocessor simd engines are finding increased use in embedded applications. By Richard Low.  Read More

Avoiding total recall 23/02/2004

Product recall is an unwanted and costly exercise, underlining the importance of seeking compliance advice from the initial design stage. By Andrew Was.  Read More

Memory formatting 23/02/2004

Form, fit and function are all variable when it comes to removable storage. By Graham Pitcher.  Read More

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