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SOCs use scan structures to detect manufacturing faults in design, but the scan chains are prone to failure too, as Amol Agarwal and Abhishek Mahajan report
Freescale and Fuji Electric partner to increase efficiency of hybrid electric vehicles.
After completing the assessment of its Sendai, Japan wafer fabrication facility following the recent earthquake, Freescale Semiconductor has announced that it will not reopen the damaged facility.
Freescale enables EtherCAT on QorIQ, PowerQUICC and i.MX processors.
One of the biggest challenges facing manufacturers in automotive and other industries is how to reduce the costs of production.
Freescale announces its most powerful and versatile 32bit microcontrollers for automotive applications.
NEC selects Freescale communications processor for wireless infrastructure equipment.
To celebrate Foton Motor’s 14th anniversary, it has established the Automotive Joint Lab with Freescale.
Dual-core MCU based on Power Architecture Technology simplifies body electronics control for BMWs.
Freescale has partnered with Pounce Consulting to develop an Intelligent Hospital reference design.
Freescale has introduced two airbag system solutions for the PSI5 protocol.
Manufacturers of security appliance equipment will soon have a suite of turnkey solutions from Freescale.
Freescale teams up with industrial design students to create practical designs for smartbooks and smartphones.
Low-power 3-axis 1.5g digital accelerometer detects shake and tap.
Freescale Semiconductor is providing advanced acceleration sensor technology to Fujitsu.
An 8bit MCU is designed for instrument clusters and HVAC controls.
The QE32 Flexis enhances portable performance, extends battery life and improves energy efficiency.
Monebo and Freescale have collaborated to create an ECG-on-a-chip for ECG monitoring tool development.
Seven leading names have created the RF4CE (Radio Frequency for Consumer Electronics) Consortium.
A new breed of analogue/mixed-signal/power ICs deliver a quick time-to-market with a building block approach to design