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Resistive Multiple Touch Screen Controllers: The Best of Both Worlds

September 14, 2011 7:46 am | by Eric Siegel, Product Marketing Engineer, Touch Screen Controllers and Haptics Drivers | Comments

ric Siegel, Product Marketing Engineer, Touch Screen Controllers and Haptics Drivers In a world that is increasingly focused on capacitive touch solutions, it is easy to forget your roots. Though it is obvious that handset innovators like Apple made projective capacitive touch screen control cool and brought it into view of the average consumer, it is not the only way to control your touch screen application.

The Tinker's Toolbox - Charles Sturman of Cognovo on Intelligent Wireless Networks

September 13, 2011 11:15 am | Comments

Hosted by Alix Paultre, the Tinker's Toolbox is the Advantage Design Group's web-based interview show where we talk about the latest technology, components, and design issues for the electronic design engineering community. In today's podcast we talk to Charles Sturman, VP Sales & Marketing of Cognovo about intelligent wireless networks.

High Frequency Printed Circuit Board Materials for use in Mobile Infrastructure Networks

September 12, 2011 10:48 am | by Art Aguayo, Sr. Market Development Manager, Rogers Corporation | Comments

Base station designers for mobile infrastructure networks today have a large selection of high frequency printed circuit board materials and suppliers to choose from at the initial stage of their projects. The material is a critical component of the system and proper care must be taken when making this choice, since the success of the project could be greatly influenced by the printed circuit board (pcb) material.

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Design Challenges Multiply as Frequencies Added

September 12, 2011 9:48 am | by Jerry Posluszny, Mobile Mark, Inc. | Comments

Additional frequencies need to be covered US cellular networks are moving beyond the established 850 & 1900 MHz bands to include addition frequencies such as the 700 MHz band and the new AWS 1.7 & 2.1 GHz bands. Although different operators have access to different combinations of frequencies, many modems and antennas will need to cover all of the new frequency bands.

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The Tinker's Toolbox - Joachim Hallwachs of DesignArt Networks on Small-Cell Wireless Networks

September 8, 2011 9:51 am | Comments

Hosted by Alix Paultre, the Tinker's Toolbox is the Advantage Design Group's web-based interview show where we talk about the latest technology, components, and design issues for the electronic design engineering community. In today's podcast we talk to Joachim Hallwachs, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at DesignArt Networks  about small cell issues in wireless networks.

Higher Wireless Capacity Without Towers

September 8, 2011 6:51 am | Comments

Researchers at Rice are exploring a new technology that allows wireless devices to "talk" and "listen" on the same frequency could pave the way for 4.

Embedded Software - the Revolution Continues

September 7, 2011 8:29 am | Comments

I'll admit to having been a software engineer in the late 1970s and early 1980s.   I remember coding for 4,8 and 16 bit processors respectively to implement a sound generator for a children's toy, to manage an office telephone system, and to translate nightmare characteristics of some 'raw' graphics hardware into a programmable interface.

The Tinker's Toolbox - Scott Kulchycki of National Semiconductor on RF-Sampling ADCs

August 30, 2011 7:24 am | Comments

Hosted by Alix Paultre, the Tinker's Toolbox is the Advantage Design Group's web-based interview show where we talk about the latest technology, components, and design issues for the electronic design engineering community. In today's podcast we talk to Scott Kulchycki, marketing manager for National Semiconductor’s High-Speed Signal Path products about seeking new ways to increase radio capacity while reducing cost, size and weight.

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Will Tablets Push HP to Exit PCs?

August 26, 2011 6:06 am | by Chris Connery – Vice President, PC and Large Format Commercial Displays, DisplaySearch and Paul Semenza – Senior Vice President, Analyst Services, DisplaySearch | Comments

HP announced today that it is “exploring strategic alternatives” for its Personal Systems Group and exiting the market for webOS devices, which includes its TouchPad tablet. For years, critics have been agitating for HP to exit the PC business. With the board and executive leadership changes over the past year or so, this criticism died down somewhat.

What Have we Learnt So Far and What can we do Better?

August 26, 2011 5:27 am | Comments

By Raghu Das, CEO, IDTechEx, r.das@IDTechEx.com , www.IDTechEx.com IDTechEx has tracked the printed electronics market since 2002. We have conducted extensive research programs, run our own events internationally and attended most other relevant events. Being impartial, we state the good and the bad.

LDRA Celebrates Success of India Office, Announces Seminar Tour

August 26, 2011 5:10 am | Comments

Opening new offices in other countries always presents interesting challenges. Differences in time zones, never mind culture, can put people’s tempers and stomachs on edge as one group delays dinner, putting in overtime while the other heads into office without breakfast just to find common times to connect.

The Tinker's Toolbox - Lior Weiss of Celeno on Broadband Home Networking

August 24, 2011 11:54 am | Comments

Hosted by Alix Paultre, the Tinker's Toolbox is the Advantage Design Group's web-based interview show where we talk about the latest technology, components, and design issues for the electronic design engineering community. I n today's podcast we talk to Lior Weiss, Vice President of Marketing of Celeno, about home networks, especially high-bandwidth networking optimized for advanced audio and multimedia management.

Design in a Connected World

August 22, 2011 11:14 am | Comments

We live in an information-based society, where app-driven cloud-based ubiquitous computing is in the palm of almost every hand and in many of the devices around us. The design engineering community needs to address that reality with products that serve the customer’s expectations by not only delivering the desired functionality but also properly using the technologies and systems involved in the most cost-effective manner possible.

The TInker's Toolbox - Piyush Sevalia of SiTime on MEMS Timing Devices

August 18, 2011 11:47 am | Comments

Hosted by Alix Paultre, the Tinker's Toolbox is the Advantage Design Group's web-based interview show where we talk about the latest technology, components, and design issues for the electronic design engineering community. In today's podcast we talk to Piyush Sevalia, VP Marketing of  SiTime, on timing issues in general and their MEMS timing devices in particular.

Creating a New Natural User-Interface Paradigm

August 18, 2011 5:47 am | Comments

Readers of my columns in Stantum's newsletters may have spotted a guilty penchant to proselytize the combination of multi-touch and stylus. The motivation behind this crusade is to pave the way for a new natural user interface paradigm that is both bi-manual and multi-modal. Bi-manual connotes that the interface leverages our natural ability to use our two hands to execute complex tasks.

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