Posts Tagged ‘Texas Instruments’

Texas Instruments Technical Resource section – October update

Don’t forget to bookmark the Texas Instruments Technical Resource section on Electronics Weekly, providing design engineers with access to resource guides, videos, articles and catalogues – www.electronicsweekly.com/static-pages/ti-microsite/. October’s update is almost complete.As always, we are updating the resource section every month. Check…

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Texas Instruments Technical Resource section – August update

Don’t forget to bookmark the Texas Instruments Technical Resource section on Electronics Weekly, providing design engineers with access to resource guides, videos, articles and catalogues – www.electronicsweekly.com/static-pages/ti-microsite/. August’s update is now live.As always, we are updating the resource section every month. Check…

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Texas Instruments Technical Resource section – June update

Don’t forget to bookmark the Texas Instruments Technical Resource section on Electronics Weekly, providing design engineers with access to resource guides, videos, articles and catalogues – www.electronicsweekly.com/static-pages/ti-microsite/. June’s update is now live.As always, we are updating the resource section every month. Check…

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Texas Instruments Technical Resource section – January update

Don’t forget to bookmark the Texas Instruments Technical Resource section on Electronics Weekly, providing design engineers with access to resource guides, videos, articles and catalogues – www.electronicsweekly.com/static-pages/ti-microsite/As always, we are updating the resource section every month, but the new year sees a whole…

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Texas Instruments buys National Semiconductor!

Very big news this morning – is this the biggest new story we will report this year? Texas Instruments has announced that it will acquire National Semiconductor in an all-cash transaction of around $6.5 billion.The deal brings together two of the analogue and power semiconductor market’s two…

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Texas Instruments Technical Resource section – March update

Don’t forget to bookmark the Texas Instruments Technical Resource section on Electronics Weekly, providing design engineers with access to resource guides, videos, articles and catalogues – www.electronicsweekly.com/static-pages/ti-microsite/It now includes ‘Buy Now’ links on the section homepage, to make it possible to buy the…

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Microprocessor architectures other than x86

Talking of microprocessors, as I was yesterday, x86 is not the full picture of course. Other companies than Intel, AMD or VIA dominate outside mainstream computing fields. ARM dominates in wireless telecom applications, for example, MIPS in wired telecom apps and Texas Instruments’ DSPs in digital signal processing…

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Chip firms play a dangerous short term game

My blogging colleague David Manners has written a brilliant blog on the subject of chip firms getting out of basic process development. In NXP, TI, STMicro and the end of process development, David points out that ending fundamental process development puts semiconductor companies firmly into the hands of foundries. This…

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TI uses UMC to fab Nokia chipset

The Chipworks blog is proving to be a rich vein of information at the moment. The firm’s Jim Morrison has posted a story about a 65nm Nokia baseband processor, which although designed and packaged by Texas Instruments looks like it was manufactured by UMC. The picture on the left…

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Electronica here we come, tra la la

We’ve been waiting all year, and the main event has finally arrived – Electronica! Fantastic – a week of pork knuckle, saurkraut and German lager – brilliant. The electronics industry doesn’t get much better than this. David Manners and I will be blogging direct from the event (assuming the technology works…

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