Technology Filtered by - Systems Management

New Electronics strives to bring you all the latest technology news from the Systems Management sector. Advances in electronics are often fast-paced and innovative, so we know that as a design engineer you want to be kept up-to-date with current developments.

Below is a comprehensive list of all the latest electronics technology news from New Electronics.

In good shape

UK electronics is in good shape and capitalising on the nation's 'can do' engineering heritage.

Attractive technology

Josef Janisch, senior product marketing manager, austriamicrosystems looks at enhancing the resolution of robust magnetic motion sensors

Testing times?

There is probably no market sector immune from the need to provide more and more features in a product at ever decreasing prices. And embedded test and measurement is following this trend.

The missing link?

The benefits of regular 'standard' boundary scan testing are well known and the technique is most closely associated with structural tests. Less well known is the role which boundary scan can play in functional tests.

Improving engineering management

Engineering is multidisciplinary and can therefore benefit from 'consolidated thinking'. With with the advent of computer aided engineering, the development landscape has evolved into a more homogenous environment.

Express delivery

FedEx is the world’s largest express transportation company, but the range of goods which FedEx ships can expose its planes to danger - therefore designing a fire suppression system required reliable prototyping tools.

Multicore processing for embedded systems

Dual cores have been around for some time in several application spaces. In order to deliver the kind of performance predicted by Moore in the 1960s this appears today to be the only direction to go. They bring with them significant challenges and problems but also some major advantages and benefits. There are two basic software paradigms in the market today AMP and SMP. In SMP the burden of task allocation lies on the OS but in AMP this allocation is done by the software engineer at the outset of the project. The SH7205 is the latest SuperH device from Renesas containing two SH2A cores and provides a new solution to an old problem by boosting the performance available in the embedded space.

Sum of the parts

Don’t get a complex; software is set to make system design and test much easier. By Mike Richardson.

Cool running

How thermal simulation can reduce ic cost by comparing flip chip/wire bond thermal performance. By Mark Patterson.

Get real!

Faced with a blank piece of paper, how can the systems engineer help customers to meet their design goals? By Mike Richardson.

Hard and soft

How a real time extension helps harden up the Windows operating platform. By Graham Pitcher.

Feed me!

Power hungry technology continues to make the job of reducing global energy consumption harder than ever. By Mike Richardson.

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