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System Design

Don’t box me in 24/03/2006

Is it time to say ‘no’ to open systems? By Philip Ling.

Putting hsdpa to the test 24/03/2006

Testing is unearthing unexpected design challenges for HSDPA. By Vanessa Knivett.

Up to the job? 09/03/2006

Are ’scopes up to the challenge being set by high speed complex designs? By Vanessa Knivett.

Seeing the light 09/03/2006

How the need for smaller, higher performance light sensors has driven the development of specialised packaging. By Oleg Steciw.

Express delivery 09/03/2006

What does CompactPCI Express bring to the backplane and board mix? By Vanessa Knivett.

Taking the system view 23/02/2006

The factors involved in effective system level power management. By Mark Davidson and Werner Berns.

A tailored approach 14/02/2006

It’s time to take control as a new era for lighting beckons. By Vanessa Knivett.

Cultivating clusters 24/01/2006

Southern Poland is fast developing a reputation for electronics engineering and design skills. By Louise Joselyn.

Fingering a problem 19/01/2006

Capacitive touchscreens could become the dominant technology for finger based input on portable devices. By Hal Philipp.

Into the valley 09/01/2006

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

Will i2010 flag? 08/12/2005

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

Brushes banished – SPONSORED TUTORIAL 08/12/2005

Single chip solutions for simplified high efficiency brushless dc motor control.

Fancy an extension? 08/12/2005

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

Open all hours? 16/11/2005

High availability shouldn’t mean unavailability. By Philip Ling.

Bluetooth gets a boost 03/11/2005

Testing the new generation of Bluetooth EDR products. By Angus Robinson.

Power to the people 21/10/2005

Power management in battery applications. By Mick Lovell.

A matter of scale 07/10/2005

Adaptive voltage scaling helps to solve power consumption problems. By Olivier Wilms.

Look, no wires! 07/10/2005

Making wires history for stereo headphones. By Luke D’Arcy.

No snooping allowed! 23/09/2005

Switchable lcds allow users to shield the screen or share the view. By Sven Stegemann.

The ‘in’ thing 13/09/2005

Has on chip instrumentation come of age? By Vanessa Knivett.

Building in a virtual world 04/08/2005

Are virtual systems prototypes the answer to truly reusable design platforms? By Linda Prowse Fosler.

Testing times 04/08/2005

There’s more to setting up a VoIP network than you might think. By Kevin Redmond.

A breed apart 04/08/2005

Difficult to fathom and unwieldy to use, will logic analysers ever become redundant? By Vanessa Knivett.

Jumping through hoops 25/07/2005

Systems engineers are jumping through ever smaller hoops to meet demands for high speed and high density data in tighter timescales. By Vanessa ...

Jumping through hoops 25/07/2005

Systems engineers are jumping through ever smaller hoops to meet demands for high speed and high density data in tighter timescales. By Vanessa ...
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