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  • TI E2E Community

    TI E2E Community

    Blog Post: Essential linear charger features
    Published. November 17, 2017

    As electronic devices become smarter with more built-in features, they become more attractive but also more power-hungry, making rechargeable batteries an obvious economical choice. Charger requirements have evolved in recent years, with innovative applications, emerging technologies and new battery chemistries. For example, new applications in the wearables space such as smart bank cards, smart clothing and medical patches are driving smaller and cheaper solutions, and smaller and higher-power-density...


  • Everything USB

    Everything USB

    What are the Best Dual Flash Drives?
    Published. November 15, 2017

     Do I need a Dual Flash Drive? Dual flash drives – having USB Type-A and USB-C connector on opposite ends – are becoming more […] The post What are the Best Dual Flash Drives? appeared first on Everything USB....


  • Jason Andrews Blog

    Jason Andrews Blog

    Why Home Renovation Should Be Easy
    Published. November 15, 2017

    Why is your mouse connected to your computer by a 480Mb/s interface when you could boil an egg between the bits transmitted? Well, I exaggerate a little. But speaking of cooking and kitchens, it’s for the same reason that when we remodeled ours, the space under the counter left for the dishwasher was 24” wide. The mouse interface on the computer could have run at 7Kb/s—and the dishwasher space could have been 23” wide. But then I’d have had to buy a special expensive mouse that didn’t...


  • Tom Anderson's Blog

    Tom Anderson's Blog

    Why Home Renovation Should Be Easy
    Published. November 15, 2017

    Why is your mouse connected to your computer by a 480Mb/s interface when you could boil an egg between the bits transmitted? Well, I exaggerate a little. But speaking of cooking and kitchens, it’s for the same reason that when we remodeled ours, the space under the counter left for the dishwasher was 24” wide. The mouse interface on the computer could have run at 7Kb/s—and the dishwasher space could have been 23” wide. But then I’d have had to buy a special expensive mouse that didn’t...


  • Jack Erickson's Blog

    Jack Erickson's Blog

    Why Home Renovation Should Be Easy
    Published. November 15, 2017

    Why is your mouse connected to your computer by a 480Mb/s interface when you could boil an egg between the bits transmitted? Well, I exaggerate a little. But speaking of cooking and kitchens, it’s for the same reason that when we remodeled ours, the space under the counter left for the dishwasher was 24” wide. The mouse interface on the computer could have run at 7Kb/s—and the dishwasher space could have been 23” wide. But then I’d have had to buy a special expensive mouse that didn’t...


  • Joseph Hupcey Blog

    Joseph Hupcey Blog

    Why Home Renovation Should Be Easy
    Published. November 15, 2017

    Why is your mouse connected to your computer by a 480Mb/s interface when you could boil an egg between the bits transmitted? Well, I exaggerate a little. But speaking of cooking and kitchens, it’s for the same reason that when we remodeled ours, the space under the counter left for the dishwasher was 24” wide. The mouse interface on the computer could have run at 7Kb/s—and the dishwasher space could have been 23” wide. But then I’d have had to buy a special expensive mouse that didn’t...


  • Michael Jacobs Blog

    Michael Jacobs Blog

    Why Home Renovation Should Be Easy
    Published. November 15, 2017

    Why is your mouse connected to your computer by a 480Mb/s interface when you could boil an egg between the bits transmitted? Well, I exaggerate a little. But speaking of cooking and kitchens, it’s for the same reason that when we remodeled ours, the space under the counter left for the dishwasher was 24” wide. The mouse interface on the computer could have run at 7Kb/s—and the dishwasher space could have been 23” wide. But then I’d have had to buy a special expensive mouse that didn’t...


  • Consumerization: BYOD

    Consumerization: BYOD

    Which is the most reliable free antivirus for USB flash drives?
    Published. October 9, 2017

    Which is the most reliable free antivirus for USB flash drives that resides and runs from the device itself and doesn't need to be installed on the computer?...


  • Electronics Engineering Video Blog Podcast

    Electronics Engineering Video Blog Podcast

    EEVblog #1034 – Mailbag
    Published. November 1, 2017

    Mailbag is back! Forum HERE SPOILERS: Beginner schematic and PCB layout analysis. Can Dave guess the mystery PCB’s function? Arduino Inventors Guide Book Radiosonde car tracking Psion II PDA BK Precision Binding Post Adaptor The Choculator MPEG4 USB TV/DAB dongle teardown Forrest Mimms Circuit Classics Amp Hour Interview https://www.instagram.com/faz_weekendprojects/...


  • Gabe On EDA

    Gabe On EDA

    Certified SuperSpeed+ USB 3.1 Gen 2 IP with M31 28nm PHY from Corigine
    Published. October 20, 2017

    Certified SuperSpeed+ USB 3.1 Gen 2 IP with M31 28nm PHY from Corigine Gabe Moretti Fri, 10/20/2017 - 13:42...


  • Denali Memory Blog

    Denali Memory Blog

    USB 3.2—The USB Type-C Connector Finally Met its Match
    Published. September 19, 2017

    It’s only a week before the first event of USB Developer Days, a series of meetings for USB developers, where the USB 3.2 specification will be formally announced. Much like with any recent smartphone announcement, we know pretty much everything about the new standard before it’s formally announced. We know that the big news is the 20Gbps support, twice the performance of the previous (USB 3.1 Gen 2) standard, which is enabled by using the second high-speed signal pair of the USB Type-C...


  • Open Source Initiative blogs

    Open Source Initiative blogs

    Rocket.Chat Extends Support to Open Source Initiative and Community
    Published. August 29, 2017

    OSI welcomes Rocket.Chat as newest Corporate Sponsor: support not only provides financial aid, but extends infrastructure and services to larger open source software advocacy community. PALO ALTO, Calif. - Aug. 29, 2017 -- The Open Source Initiative (OSI), the founding organization of the open source software movement, announced Rocket.Chat has joined the global non-profit as a Premium Corporate Sponsor. Rocket.Chat joins Craigslist Foundation, Facebook, Github, Google, Heptio, HPE, IBM, USB Direct,...


  • Linux and Open Source

    Linux and Open Source

    ?How to use Linux's built-in USB attack protection
    Published. June 14, 2017

    Worried over malicious USB sticks? Linux has you covered with USBGuard....


  • Steven Brown's Blog

    Steven Brown's Blog

    DAC 2016—Drink from the Expert Bar and Then at the Denali Party
    Published. June 2, 2016

    Black-belt interface and memory protocol technologists will be at your disposal at this year’s DAC (Design Automation Conference) in Austin, Texas, June 5-9. You have to sign up for some activities, so please read carefully and don’t leave everything to the last minute. The Cadence Theater is located in our booth #107, and is a place to hear from our customers and partners about Cadence IP. You can see the entire Cadence DAC plan at http://www.cadence.com/DAC2016 . Complete set of Cadence’s...


  • Frank Schirrmeister Blog

    Frank Schirrmeister Blog

    Securing Invisible Things … or “Why Denial Works!”
    Published. February 28, 2013

    The opening keynote of the Embedded World conference in Germany left me with chills. No, it was not a grand theatrical performance letting me crave for more. It simply scared the bejevies out of me with respect to the safety and security of embedded devices, some of which I use each day. Luckily -- as in so many other areas of life -- the cure simply lies in proper prevention before bad things happen. And guess what, tools like our System Development Suite may be central to the answer! Stuart McClure,...


  • Chris A. Ciufo on All Things Embedded

    Chris A. Ciufo on All Things Embedded

    Design Resources: USB 3.1 and Type-C
    Published. May 24, 2016

    By: Chris A. Ciufo, Editor, Embedded Systems Engineering An up-to-date quick reference list for engineers designing with Type-C. USB 3.1 and its new Type-C connector are likely in your design near-future. USB 3.1 and the Type-C connector run at up … Continue reading →...


  • Laptops and Desktops Blog

    Laptops and Desktops Blog

    HP EliteBook 1030 business laptop features 13-hour battery life, hefty price tag
    Published. May 18, 2016

    The premium notebook includes an Intel Core M processor, USB-C port, and 13.3-inch Gorilla Glass display -- along with a $1,249 starting price....


  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows Embedded Blog

    .NET Gadgeteer Robot (blog link)
    Published. December 8, 2011

    You’ve probably heard about the .NET Gadgeteer kit (link to Microsoft Gadgeteer site – and link to Microsoft Research Gadgeteer site) which gives the ability to rapidly develop cool/interesting hardware/software solutions without needing to know much about hardware – building a simple digital camera that takes photos and stores the images on a USB stick......


  • Stephane Boucher's DSP Blog

    Stephane Boucher's DSP Blog

    USB-FPGA : Introduction
    Published. January 12, 2011

    This blog is an introduction to a series of blogs I hope to write.  The blogs will cover the design and experiences I had on a project that spanned the last 6 years.  The project was the development of an USB FPGA board and the supporting gateware, firmware, and software.  The project has had different levels of activity over the years, ranging from none to some, but it has been......


  • Otaku, Cedric's weblog

    Otaku, Cedric's weblog

    Google Fi unboxing
    Published. August 18, 2015

    I received my order of Google Fi, the package contained more than I expected. The business card size item at the bottom is the SD card. The rest is: A portable charger. A case for your Nexus 6. A headset. The charger has two USB ports and a micro one. Apparently, you can charge it […]...


  • Tech Deseign Forums Blog

    Tech Deseign Forums Blog

    USB Type-C IP to ease end users’ frustration
    Published. July 28, 2015

    Synopsys delivers reconfigured PHY IP to support reversible USB Type-C connector....


  • Signal Integrity

    Signal Integrity

    Order Your Free DVD of the DesignCon Keysight Education Forum
    Published. April 21, 2015

    At DesignCon we presented the Keysight Education Forum. The talks are now available on a free DVD. Order yours today while supplies last! DesignCon 2015 Keysight Education Forum DVD The ten presentations are: USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10 Gbps) Physical Layer Test Challenges Practical Guide to Quickly Making 100G Electrical Measurements PCIe protocol analysis for […]...


  • John Day

    John Day

    Charging Tablets, Phones and More, Inside or Outside Cars
    Published. February 27, 2015

    fliCharge International Ltd. (pronounced fly-charge), which developed the wireless smartphone charging technology used in vehicles from Chrysler, Ford, and Toyota, has introduced a USB Auto-Detect PowerDisc for charging iPads, tablets, smartphones and a wide variety of other devices. Its patented fliCharge wire-free conductive charging technology has charging efficiencies of over 95%, according to the company. […]...


  • Team Verify's Blog

    Team Verify's Blog

    DVCon 2012 Preview: Focus on Formal & ABV Events and Papers
    Published. February 14, 2012

    In a few short weeks DVCon 2012 will be upon us ( Feb. 27 - March 1 in San Jose ), and Team Verify and our colleagues on the Incisive Verification team will be there in force supporting tutorials, panels, papers, and of course the afternoon expo with our partners. Focusing on the formal and assertion-based verification (ABV) aspects of this show, here are the highlights to seek out: * On Tuesday February 28, there is a whole session focused on "Formal Techniques". Of particular interest...


  • To USB or not to USB

    To USB or not to USB

    Accelerated IP, USB and You
    Published. June 2, 2014

    Accelerated IP, USB and You Saturday and Sunday I spent about 10 hours this week walking 10 miles dropping off over 500 flyers for my friend running for San Jose City Council. I learned the following: 1) People have nicer lawns and gardens than me 2) People have worse looking lawns and gardens than me […]...


  • Conversation Central

    Conversation Central

    The Ridiculously Ubiquitous USB
    Published. October 16, 2012

    Guest: Jeff Ravencraft, President & COO, USB Implementers Forum, Inc. Host: Karen Bartleson, Sr. Director, Community Marketing, Synopsys Inc. Welcome to the Season 3 premiere of Conversation Central. We have shortened the program and added video. Please give us your feedback. If your browser doesn’t support Flash, click here to download the show and play […]...


  • A View From the Top

    A View From the Top

    IP Accelerated
    Published. June 3, 2014

    The recently announced Synopsys IP Accelerated initiative perfectly illustrates how the functionality of a device is equally influenced by the hardware and the software. To enable applications on a particular device to use the interface IP like USB or Ethernet, a software program called a device driver is required to map the generic requests to […]...


  • Mocana Device Blog

    Mocana Device Blog

    U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) To Make Medical Devices A Priority In 2014
    Published. February 14, 2014

    The US Government is planning to make the security of medical devices a priority in 2014. A 2014 Work Plan issued by Health and Human Service’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG) calls for a review of laptops and USB ‘jump drives’ to networked medical devices like dialysis machines and medication dispensing systems. From an […] The post U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) To Make Medical Devices A Priority In 2014 appeared first on Mocana DeviceLine Blog....


  • Mocana Device Blog

    Mocana Device Blog

    U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) To Make Medical Devices A Priority In 2014
    Published. February 14, 2014

    The US Government is planning to make the security of medical devices a priority in 2014. A 2014 Work Plan issued by Health and Human Service’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG) calls for a review of laptops and USB ‘jump drives’ to networked medical devices like dialysis machines and medication dispensing systems. From an […] The post U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) To Make Medical Devices A Priority In 2014 appeared first on Mocana DeviceLine Blog....


  • Green Hills Software

    Green Hills Software

    Green Hills Software and Imation to Provide Interoperable Data-at-Rest Protection on IronKey Encrypted USB Drives
    Published. October 30, 2013

    INTEGRITY RTOS Now Supports Access and Secure Processing of Files Stored on Imation's IronKey Encrypted USB Storage Platform...


  • Technology Review Feed - Energy Top Stories

    Technology Review Feed - Energy Top Stories

    Recommended from Around the Web (Week Ending October 25, 2013)
    Published. October 26, 2013

    A roundup of the most interesting stories from other sites, collected by the staff at MIT Technology Review.Edison’s Revenge Thanks to a new version of the USB standard, the ubiquitous plug will be able to supply much more powerful devices and could give Nikola Tesla the posthumous last laugh over arch-rival Thomas Edison. —Tom Simonite, senior editor, IT...


  • EDA Blog

    EDA Blog

    Texas Instruments XDS200 JTAG Emulator Features USB Connectivity
    Published. August 28, 2013

    Texas Instruments recently introduced the XDS200 JTAG emulator. The TI XDS200 can be used for hardware debugging, algorithm development and programming on TI’s embedded processors. The JTAG emulators support a USB connection to the host computer and work with 32- and 64-bit versions of Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems. The TI XDS200 JTAG emulator [...]...


  • Critical Links

    Critical Links

    Lattice and iCE40 USB development stick—practically giving it away
    Published. August 26, 2013

    Lattice takes USB development for the iCE40 down to $24.99, a new milestone for the mobileFPGA architecture pioneered by SiliconBlue....


  • Brian's Brain

    Brian's Brain

    Lattice and iCE40 USB development stick—practically giving it away
    Published. August 26, 2013

    Lattice takes USB development for the iCE40 down to $24.99, a new milestone for the mobileFPGA architecture pioneered by SiliconBlue....


  • Practical Chip Design

    Practical Chip Design

    Lattice and iCE40 USB development stick—practically giving it away
    Published. August 26, 2013

    Lattice takes USB development for the iCE40 down to $24.99, a new milestone for the mobileFPGA architecture pioneered by SiliconBlue....


  • Now Hear This!

    Now Hear This!

    Lattice and iCE40 USB development stick—practically giving it away
    Published. August 26, 2013

    Lattice takes USB development for the iCE40 down to $24.99, a new milestone for the mobileFPGA architecture pioneered by SiliconBlue....


  • Anablog

    Anablog

    Lattice and iCE40 USB development stick—practically giving it away
    Published. August 26, 2013

    Lattice takes USB development for the iCE40 down to $24.99, a new milestone for the mobileFPGA architecture pioneered by SiliconBlue....


  • FPGA Blog

    FPGA Blog

    MicroZed Evaluation Kit Features Xilinx Zynq-7000 All Programmable SoC
    Published. August 6, 2013

    Avnet Electronics Marketing announced the MicroZed evaluation kit. MicroZed is based on the Xilinx Zynq-7000 All Programmable SoC. The standard MicroZed evaluation kit includes a MicroZed board, a micro USB cable, a 4 GB µSD card, a Xilinx Vivado Design Suite: WebPACK Edition license with Logic Analyzer, and a getting started card. MicroZed is available [...]...


  • NextGenLog

    NextGenLog

    #CHIPS: "Xeon Phi Tower Nixes Noise"
    Published. July 14, 2013

    Puget Systems has designed an ultra-quiet tower that can house up to three Xeon Phi coprocessors, along with Xeon E5 main processors, for a 3-teraFLOPS supercomputer that's as quiet as a PC: R. Colin Johnson @NextGenLog Four USB ports (two 2.0 and two 3.0) give users front panel access to their thumb drives. Pictured are two Xeon Phi cards (blue), but a third slot above can hold a third Xeon Phi.Further Reading...


  • Verification Martial Arts

    Verification Martial Arts

    SNUG-2012 Verification Round Up – Miscellaneous Topics
    Published. March 29, 2013

    In my final installment of the series of blogs summing up the various SNUG verification papers of 2012, I try to cover the user papers on the Design IP/Verification IP and SystemC and SystemVerilog co-simulation. Please find my earlier blogs on the other domains here: System Verilog Language, Methodologies & VCS technologies DesignWare core USB3.0 [...]...


  • Verification Martial Arts

    Verification Martial Arts

    SNUG-2012 Verification Round Up – Miscellaneous Topics
    Published. March 29, 2013

    In my final installment of the series of blogs summing up the various SNUG verification papers of 2012, I try to cover the user papers on the Design IP/Verification IP and SystemC and SystemVerilog co-simulation. Please find my earlier blogs on the other domains here: System Verilog Language, Methodologies & VCS technologies DesignWare core USB3.0 [...]...


  • The Eyes Have It

    The Eyes Have It

    The 20-nm eyes have it right first time!
    Published. February 12, 2013

    As many of my readers have experienced, getting your first silicon in the lab can be an exciting albeit nervous moment. In this post I am showing 20-nm silicon results – eye diagrams with excellent performance of some of the popular interface IP’s such as USB, PCI Express and MIPI. These all came up working [...]...


  • Windows Embedded Standard

    Windows Embedded Standard

    March 2012 Optional Updates are on ECE for Standard 7
    Published. April 6, 2012

    The March 2012 Optional Updates are now available on the ECE site for Windows Embedded Standard 7. The list below applies to Windows Embedded Standard 7 SP1 with Windows Media Center for Connected Media Devices installed, and fixes the following issues: KB2685764 - Custom Satellite file cannot be loaded to consume Microsoft EPG data. KB2686747 - Autoplay pop up cannot be disabled in Media Center. The list below applies to Windows Embedded Standard 7 SP1, and fixes the following issue: KB2685747...


  • EEBeat

    EEBeat

    Processors for Raspberry Pi and Arduino CoMs
    Published. January 22, 2013

    by Jim Harrison Two popular low cost computer-on-modules (CoM) are the Raspberry Pi and the Arduino. Raspberry Pi reportedly sold out the 11,000 unit first production run in one day. So what’s the big deal? Price of $25 or $35 is the big deal. With HDMI and Ethernet 10/100 and USB connections, the credit card [...]...





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