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Perchance to dream

How do you achieve the most benefit from the various low power modes in an 8bit microcontroller? By Vanessa Knivett.

Two heads, not one

In the race to get to market first, the strength of relationship between design house and foundry can put a product ahead of the pack. By Vanessa Knivett.

Dogged by dilemmas

With the industry preparing to embrace 65nm technology, the future beyond 45nm is far from clear. By Paul Dempsey.

Must try harder

The UK must ‘raise its game’ when it comes to skills, says interim report. Vanessa Knivett reports.

Into the valley

Exploring quasi resonant – or valley – switching in flyback power supply design. By Carl Walding.

ESL packs power

The standards and tools are emerging to enable true electronic system level design. By Louise Joselyn.

Will i2010 flag?

The EU will be the world’s most dynamic and competitive economy by 2010 – if the i2010 programme delivers. By Graham Pitcher.

Fancy an extension?

The constant drive to smaller, faster, cheaper has brought about an explosion in mezzanine standards. By Vanessa Knivett.

HSDPA tunes in

HSPA is about to see widespread deployment and, given our proclivity for ‘raw data’, it’s likely to be adopted more rapidly than person to person based 3G services. By Philip Ling.

Bit players

Spansion looks to stand out from the herd with 8bit per cell flash. By Paul Dempsey.

The hard cell

Designing a 3G basestation is hard enough. But what about the pico and femto versions? By Graham Pitcher.

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