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Sales Increase By 18 Percent Year-To-Year In Americas Region The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA), representing U.S. leadership in semiconductor manufacturing and design,
A “how to” list of practical considerations for adding wireless capablities to machines.
RF and mixed-signal intellectual-property (IP) technologies benefit from real growth, rumors of Apple’s WiFi chips, and MEMS. The wireless chip market will be the leading growth
RF and baseband SOC in 65 nm CMOS for Intelligent Transport Systems based on the Catena IEEE802.11x platform
Wireless communication is finding its way into our daily life in numerous applications where most of us take it for granted to access information wherever we go. As an example,
No one could have imagined the impact of the mobile handset on society when it was first introduced commercially over 20 years ago. Today we depend on our cell phones for many different
Highlights from the major IEEE RF and Microwave show include the purported death of GaAs, non-CMOS stacked die, women engineers and microapps.
Imec’s science writers report from the International Technology Forum (ITF) last week in Brussels. Mieke Van Bavel reports on ‘sensing the world with millimeter-waves’, based on the imec ITF2013 presentation
I’ve got Tesla on the brain this week, so I’d like to review some of the events in his life and their outcome with you. Don’t worry, I’m getting to a point. Tesla is rumored
In a recent press release, the SOI wafer leader Soitec said that chips built on its SOI wafers were found in over half of the smartphones and tablets in the market worldwide. 50%? That’s
Wireless devices have become an ubiquitous part of daily life for billions of people. The projections of sales for these devices, particularly those tailored for mobile applications,
Handsets, infrastructures and short-range applications must all be optimized for smaller areas, faster operation and better power efficiently.
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And from the MMSIM13.1 SpectreRF User Guide:Semi-autonomous is provided to allow the simulation of circuits that have periodic sources and oscillators in the same circuit. It is only supported in the hb Choosing Analyses form. Typical applications are for when you have a receiver with an RF tone and an oscillator for the...
Originally posted in Medical Design Technology magazine Advances in semiconductor design have opened up the possibility of self-powered medical devices in the near future. Typical use cases would be for personal fitness or medical heath monitoring. A self –powered device would be able to energize itself using...
A massive MIMO processor being developed at Lund Unversity is serving as a testbed for a platform view that National Instruments is building for LabView.The post NI uses complex RF to help attack software development appeared first on Tech Design Forum....