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Ultralow Voltage Step-Up Energy Harvester & Power Manager IC Extends Useful Life of Primary Batteries in WSNs
Linear Technology announces the LTC3107, a highly integrated DC/DC converter designed to extend the life of a primary battery in low power wireless system networks (WSNs). The LTC3107
Analog cameras represent over 80 percent of the surveillance and low-cost recorder market, yet analog...
The good news is that large amounts of IP go into the design of smart-card chips and RFID tags. The bad...
From the ultra-small 3D transistors described in papers at this month’s International Electron Devices...
While the main manufacturing flows are still focusing on optical lithography, eBeam and EUV are still...
Blog Post: Epaper your LaunchPad / (TI E2E Community)
Electronic paper (Epaper), enabled by E Ink technology offers a unique solution for applications where a display is necessary, but power is not. The only time power is needed, is when updating the display. For use-cases such as electronic shelf labeling, Epaper's unique ability to maintain an image after power...
You read that right! The Fourth Edition of the book is now green-lit, and Anton & I are hard at work bringing you new updates for PCI DSS 3.0, the SAQs, and two new chapters focused entirely on Cloud/Virtualization and Mobile. We expect the book to be out later this year through your favorite channels. […]...
Nominations Close Soon for the Innovators Under 35 List / (Technology Review Feed - Energy Top Stories)
Help us find fascinating people.One of the most popular features we produce at MIT Technology Review depends on extensive input from the public. It’s our annual report on 35 important innovators under the age of 35. Anyone can nominate a candidate. In fact, that’s where some of our best suggestions originate. So please...
The highly efficient architecture of FRAM-based MCUs simplify secure system design without compromising data integrity or reliability, all while lowering power consumption. Security
The machine-to-machine (M2M) phenomenon is accelerating and is coming to just about any connected technology near you. Chris Ciufo, Senior Editor Similar to many
For long-term operation of Bluetooth devices in low-volume data transmission applications, BLE enables smaller form factors, better power optimization and usage of coin cell batteries that can support wireless operation for 12 months plus.
The use of standard embedded form factors and new Intel technologies ensure smooth migration and help overcome barriers.
Through the Android Open Accessory Initiative, USB interconnection can support the control of external hardware via Android platforms.
New ultra-low-power FPGAs provide system designers the flexibility to create completely customizable low-power sensor-management solutions to bring new classes of applications to life.
Despite the growing number of benefits that energy harvesting presents, there are challenges engineers face in integrating harvesting platforms into the design process.
FPGAs are spanning a much broader array of applications these days, from ultra-low-power mobile devices through demanding “heavy iron” designs.
Our roundtable discussion hits PCIe’s generational shifts to address demanding requirements, the outlook for the new PCIe OCuLink cable, and the move to mobile and low-power applications.
Experts address new technologies that are helping drive the advent of wearable, portable medical devices.
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