Electronic Design

November 5, 2007

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FEATURES

COVER STORY/ENGINEERING FEATURE · David Maliniak
  Stanch The Bleeding Of Leakage Power At 65nm
Even as leakage overwhelms their power budgets, IC design teams are finding ways to plug the holes that are costing them dearly at deep-submicron nodes.

TECHNOLOGY REPORT · Sam Davis
  Next-Generation Multifunction Power ICs Help Shrink Mobile Systems
To meet size constraints, a single IC functions as a power subsystem-on-a-chip by integrating combinations of linear and switching power sources, battery chargers, and even audio amplifiers.

ENGINEERING ESSENTIALS · Klaus G. Schroeter, Nanoident Technologies AG
  Printed-Electronics Technology Flexes Its Muscle
Forget about traditional, stiff silicon. Printed electronics can save costs while opening the door to new applications.
 
 

DEPARTMENTS

 
LEAPFROG: FIRST LOOK · Louis E. Frenzel
  Test System Pushes MIMO Wireless Standards Into The Spotlight
 
DESIGN SOLUTION · Thomas Kugelstadt, Texas Instruments
Move Over Iso Amp—Make The Switch To Digital Isolation
 
IDEAS FOR DESIGN
Twisted Pair Accurately Reads Digital Temperature Sensor At 1000 m
· Alfredo Saab and Tina Alikahi, Maxim Integrated Products
Tuning A Quadrature Encoder By Ear
· Michael Covington, University of Georgia

CLASSIC IDEAS FOR DESIGN
AC Motor Driver Features PC Programmability
· Massimo Gottardi, Instituto per la Ricerca Scientifica Tecnologia
 
Embedded In Electronic Design · William Wong
Freeing Communications
1-2-3-4, What Do We Need More Cores For?
Autos Getting The Most From MOST150
Linux At Home In Mobile Phones
USB Module Supports Low-Cost FPGA Development

TECHVIEW


  THE INDUSTRY · Richard Gawel
Tesla's Tests Confirm Roadster's 245-Mile Range
 
ANALOG & POWER · Don Tuite
Codec And System Power Management Share A Die
Multiple Modes Flatten Flyback Efficiency Curves
 
DIGITAL · Daniel Harris
Wireless Technologies Work Together To Cheat Death
 
COMMUNICATIONS · Louis E. Frenzel
Ethernet Transceiver First To Include IEEE-1588 Precision Time Protocol
Quad Equalizer Lets You Go Faster And Longer With High-Speed Serial Channels
Serial-To-Wi-Fi Module Enables Wireless M2M Without Programming
 
EDA · David Maliniak
Design-For-Test Tool Eliminates Need For Gate-Level Scan


COLUMNS SPONSORED EDITORIAL
 

EDITORIAL · Joe Desposito
Engineering Bridges Isn't Just Civil Anymore

PEASE PORRIDGE · Bob Pease
What's All This Stability Stuff, Anyhow?

POINT OF VIEW · Gary Drossel, SiliconSystems Inc.
The Five Myths Of Solid-State Storage: Why It’s Not As Expensive As You Think

BASICS OF DESIGN · Louis E. Frenzel
For The Best Receiver Testing, Record And Play Back Real-World RF Signals

 
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