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Mother knows best

Project-Catena is testament to Cadence’s incubator system’s ability to reach full term. By Paul Dempsey.

One for all

How a unified software environment is helping to simplify machine building. By Graham Pitcher.

Mobiles get wings

Satellite based mobile phone services will allow airline passengers to make calls from on high. By Vanessa Knivett.

One for all

How a unified software environment is helping to simplify machine building. By Graham Pitcher.

A two horse race?

When it comes to 32nm and below, has a decision on process technology already been made? By Vanessa Knivett.

C is for core

A codesigned core and C compiler should encourage 8bit to 32bit upgrades. By Louise Joselyn.

Learning at a distance

Post graduate courses that combine e-learning and formal tuition are giving busy engineers the chance to upskill and manage their work/life balance. By Vanessa Knivett.

A mobile bookshelf

There’s more to electronic books than meets the eye. Nevertheless, the technology is about to hit the mainstream. By Graham Pitcher.

Finding fault

Boundary scan tools have shaved days, if not weeks, off the development phase of a wireless platform. By Jonathan Healy and Dominic Plunkett.

Deserving of the limelight?

One minute, analogue signal processing is feted, the next it gets the cold shoulder. Does it deserve a place in the limelight? By Vanessa Knivett.

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