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- Opinion : Is 3D XPoint based on phase-change memory? - Let consumers figure out a user case for EEG
- News & Technology : Autonomous driving not a question of technology, managers say - Chip scale optics for GaN-on-Si LEDs - LED lighting in home automation: ready, aim, … - MEMS platforms are way to go, says Bosch’s Finkbeiner - Having taken over from STMicroelectronics as the leading global
supplier of MEMS components, the CEO explains how the company is going conquer IoT - Dialog to acquire Atmel for $4.6bn in IoT push - Imec laminates stretchable LED display onto garments - GaN soon on 8-inch silicon wafers, hopes MACOM - Li-Fi interconnect aims to replace plugs and cables
Watching out for new sensing technologies: amsDuring the annual press day
organized by ams AG at its headquarters in Graz, Austria, CEO Kirk Laney unveiled the company’s IoT strategy - Turning the world into a digital
user interface: SuriCog - Intel-led group touts OIC 1.0 over rival IoT specs
Flooding young minds through digital immersion - Leading by example:
Polyera’s flexible displays - Not enough money in MEMS, own the data, says
- Design & Products : Analog & Mixed Signal - Test & Measurement - Programmable Logic
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- Determine Balancing Current for the LTC3305 Lead-Acid Battery Balancer
- Internet of Things In a Nutshell
- Challenges in The Internet of Things
- 3 Ways to Simplify Medical Device Testing
InterviewCEO interview: Ambiq sees broader options for low voltage
Mike Noonen, recently appointed interim CEO at microcontroller startup Ambiq Micro, discusses the focus and opportunities for this pioneering company designing circuits that can operate below the threshold ...
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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