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  • Europe embraces wide-bandgap semiconductors

    Europe embraces wide-bandgap semiconductors

    Disruptive forces are going through the power electronics industry, driving development and challenging manufacturers to keep up with the latest in ma...

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  • Game-changing audio technology brings professional sound to mobile and IoT applications

    Game-changing audio technology brings professional sound to mobile and IoT applications

    Waves Audio began 25 years ago as an R&D company serving the professional audio industry. They were the first to bring digital equalizer technology to...

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  • CES 2017: Leti, the biggest little organization you never should have heard of

    Eureka Park at the Sands Convention Center each year is an environment that represents the core of CES - it's dedicated to startups. I never seem to l...

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  • CES 2017: From competition to coopetition - Standards groups work toward unifying IoT with dotdot

    I'm sure you've all seen the following comic before and chuckled when thinking about the proliferation of Internet of Things (IoT) standards. Until re...

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  • Manage and update your vehicle fleet remotely and (more importantly) securely

    If I had to pick one technology that got more than its share of attention at CES, it would be automotive. The products and technologies that were on d...

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  • CES 2017: Semtech welcomes you to wireless (charging)

    Wireless charging had been one of those elusive technologies over the past decade alongside the likes of cold fusion and teleportation, but meeting wi...

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  • DSPs go way beyond improving a car's audio

    On nearly every street and highway in the world, digital signal processing (DSP) is improving the sound from someone's car stereo. But as more communi...

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  • Extend system longevity with Xeon-based industrial engines

    Extend system longevity with Xeon-based industrial engines

    Industrial designers have long been handicapped by the longevity challenge, struggling to pair server-class performance with extended-life systems. Th...

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  • Powering the Internet of Things via energy harvesting

    Powering the Internet of Things via energy harvesting

    The push is on to add internet capability to everything, and the challenge for design engineers is to figure out how to power each of these IoT nodes....

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  • Improving memory performance in SoC designs

    No matter how new, fast, or high-performance an electronic device is touted to be, there's always a slight, almost imperceptible lag between a request...

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  • How to jump-start signal chain development in smart sensor devices

    How to jump-start signal chain development in smart sensor devices

    The IoT promises to help individuals and businesses quantify nearly every imaginable aspect of life and industry. Analysts predict that by the end of...

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  • Intel's Mobileye deal marks an inflection point in automotive electronics

    Intel's Mobileye deal marks an inflection point in automotive electronics

    In summer 2016, when BMW, Intel, and Mobileye joined hands to bring fully autonomous cars to roads by 2021, the collaboration raised a few questions....

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  • Big data for engineers and scientists, part 3: IT, enterprise applications, and big data

    Big data for engineers and scientists, part 3: IT, enterprise applications, and big data

    Read "Big data for engineers and scientists, part 2: Analyzing, processing, and creating models" here. Many organizations have realized the value in d...

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  • Bluetooth audio streaming is everywhere and improving

    Audio devices using Bluetooth (BT) connectivity are becoming more ubiquitous than ever. Apple, among others, have eliminated the standard 3.5mm audio...

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  • Energy consumption in modern microcontroller systems

    Energy consumption in modern microcontroller systems

    by Horst Diewald, ProJoule GmbH Is there a strategy that can be applied to both IP-based and standard semiconductor products that will allow device us...

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  • Understand why system architects are implementing HMP systems for embedded applications

    Understand why system architects are implementing HMP systems for embedded applications

    We encounter more and more compute systems every day, starting with the smartphone and the smart watch tethered to it. In our homes, we interact with...

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  • Bluetooth A2DP and HFP on Qualcomm's Snapdragon

    The Snapdragon platform has all the necessary components for any kind of audio/voice processing system. This article looks at how you can use a Blueto...

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  • High resolution audio in smartphones, IoT applications

    High resolution audio in smartphones, IoT applications

    More than ever, we're using smartphones and home IoT entertainment systems to consume audio. As capabilities of these devices expands, so has demand f...

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  • Emulation takes on post-silicon validation with an integrated approach

    Emulation takes on post-silicon validation with an integrated approach

    According to a study jointly carried out by Mentor Graphics and Wilson Research Group in 2014, at least 1 percent of bugs escape to silicon level, and...

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  • How consumer demand - and science fiction - shapes the future of electronics

    With the modern world moving towards self-driving cars, smart homes, and the Internet of Things (IoT), the electronics industry is tasked with turning...

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