Articles from the May print issue of EETimes Europe
May 05, 2009 //
Here are a selection of articles that appeared in the May 2009 EE Times Europe print edition.
Here are a selection of articles that appeared in the latest EE Times Europe print edition: May 2009. Click on the headline to see the full story.
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Near field communications (NFC) is getting nearer * but at a pace that has disappointed even some of its most fervent backers.
Mobile phone maker Nokia claimed it has changed the prospects for NFC in the mobile sector with the announcement that it will start shipping in the third quarter, in selected markets, its first SIM-based NFC-capable handset * the 6216 Classic.
A real-time patient tracking and referral system for use in developing countries won the commercial track in the NFC Forum-organized global competition at the summit. The system, developed by Interactive Research and Development of Pakistan, is currently being used for a pneumonia surveillance study for young children in Karachi, Pakistan.
LFoundry co-founder and CEO Michael Lehnert explains the business model for the company and his perspective on the market behavior over the coming years.
Accurately measuring the amplitude of a sinusoidal signal is a design challenge that is common to many data acquisition designs. The most famous and ubiquitous solution to this problem is synchronous detection, but this technique has a few drawbacks
Engineers specifying a power supply for a given application may naturally assume that ensuring a generous output-power margin will deliver benefits such as reduced stress and a longer lifetime. In fact, the opposite is true. For optimum performance, engineers should assess the power requirements of the system accurately, and size the power supply accordingly.
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Anritsu gives away a handheld spectrum analyzer
Silicon anode technology gears up for production volumes
Cadence breaks into top four in semi IP core ranking
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InterviewHeartbleed challenges the Internet of Thing
The Heartbleed security bug is a key example of the fundamental security challenge for the Internet of Things says Green Hills Software as it launches a new security group.
Filter WizardCheck out the Filter Wizard Series of articles by Filter Guru Kendall Castor-Perry which provide invaluable practical Analog Design guidelines.
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