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System Design

It is rocket science 05/11/2004

Multi gigabit transceivers exploit distortion for their own gains. By Philip Ling.

Rent or buy? 22/10/2004

Making the decision between buying or renting high value test equipment can be a balancing act. By Vanessa Knivett.

Reading the meter 22/10/2004

Measuring power consumption of low power devices and systems. By Peter Lancaster.

Package pushes performance 22/10/2004

Optocouplers go smd to meet future demands. By Krish Ramdass.

Keeping watch 08/10/2004

Supervisors in multi voltage systems. By Greg Sutterlin.

The big squeeze 27/09/2004

The pressure is on to find more efficient, smaller and more environmentally friendly ways of powering portable devices. By Vanessa Knivett.

Is signal integrity becoming a headache? 10/09/2004

Achieving signal integrity without compromising performance is possible, even at GHz speeds. By Vanessa Knivett.

A question of bandwidth 10/09/2004

A new project beckons requiring more bandwidth than your old oscilloscope can provide. But just how much bandwidth do you really need? By Art Porter.

Hard to put a finger on ... 06/08/2004

Simulating buttons and switches by combining vibration, pressure and sound is making automotive multimedia easier to handle. By Vanessa Knivett.

Keeping your cool 06/08/2004

Nanotechnology, air jets and water droplets are all possible cooling technologies for the future. By Graham Pitcher.

A work of art? 09/07/2004

Validating the first VME renaissance ‘masterpiece’. By Sally Wolfe.

Putting on the squeeze 21/06/2004

It’s not only mobile ’phones that require super efficient power sources. By Vanessa Knivett.

Simulation speeds solution 21/06/2004

Full wave emi and thermal simulation cut time to market by 20%. By Jean-Philippe Tigneres.

Weaving a new fabric 04/06/2004

New backplane architectures speed data transmission. By Dave Bowring.

Conservation area 04/06/2004

By extending your ability to save power in your current implementation, would you delay moving to the next silicon generation if you could? By ...

Flexing muscles 07/05/2004

Test equipment manufacturers are strengthening their links with general purpose users, bringing them an array of benefits. By Vanessa Knivett.

Is ‘air’ typing the future? 26/04/2004

Will virtual keyboards be the answer to the well known bottleneck of mobile computing devices, text entry? By Vanessa Knivett.

A smoother ride 26/04/2004

Simple methods reduce input ripple for all charge pumps. By Andy Fewster.

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.

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.

Freshly made 18/03/2004

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

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 ...

Power to your elbow 30/01/2004

Simplifying power module selection. By Andrea Gorgerino and Alberto Guerra.

Automotive double take 22/01/2004

The automotive industry is taking a renewed interest in the head up display. By Vanessa Knivett.

Taking heat out of the situation 22/01/2004

How to keep your chip or system cool is becoming a hotly discussed topic. By Vanessa Knivett.
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