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Juggling WIP

Keeping the balls in the air with engineering information management systems. By Dave Wiens.

Viva electronics!

Celebrating the many achievements made by electronics engineers could be key to making electronics seem a more attractive career path to students. By Elaine Essery.

Law breakers

Electronics researchers continue their fight against the Laws of Physics. By Graham Pitcher.

Armed and ready …

Larger memory and more powerful processing capabilities are the armoury of choice in the embedded design sector. By Vanessa Knivett.

Diamond ring

Described as a ‘super microscope’, the largest civil science investment for 30 years is about to come online. By Graham Pitcher.

Linux in embedded applications: now it’s for real

Embedded Linux is no longer merely an 'up and coming technology'. Today, embedded Linux is rapidly displacing applications once considered the exclusive domain of traditional real time operating systems (RTOS). Studies show Linux is the market's most popular embedded operating system, with more than 25% of all new designs.

A silicon pioneer

The last of silicon’s pioneers may have hung up his hat, but he hasn’t lost his enthusiasm. By Paul Dempsey.

Feel the heat

A/D converter requirements for temperature measurement systems. By Mary Mc Carthy and Eamonn Dillon.

Flexible solutions – SPONSORED TUTORIAL

Increased data traffic, higher resolution displays and better camera functionality create challenges for mobile phone designers looking to implement robust, high performance interfaces between the baseband element of the handset and the peripheral devices.

Under scrutiny

Vision system and direct part marking meet lab’s sample processing needs. By Graham Pitcher.

Researching the future

Established 50 years ago as an electronic warfare research centre, Roke Manor now has a world class reputation for communications technology. By Graham Pitcher.

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