Application-specific integrated circuit

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  • Techificial Intelligence Case Study

    AI is developing rapidly, and there are numerous startups and established companies actively developing hardware for artificial intelligence applications. At this moment, strong artificial intelligence cloud services (such as Google 's Alpha Go) have emerged, and people also hopes to bring artificial intelligence to portable devices which enables the capablity of merging future IoT applications. Traditional methods of artificial intelligence on portable device is to send data to the cloud through the internet, and after cloud has performed the calculation, it will send the results back to the portable device, such as Apple 's Siri service. However, this approach will encounter several problems. First, delay will occur in the use of network…

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  • Thermaltake Overseeer Case Study

    To start off building my computer, the case I decided on was the Thermaltake Overseer RX-I VN700M1W2N. I picked this case because I like being able to see the inside of the computer case, while offering a neat light display when powered on and a stylish look overall. The motherboard I have chosen is the ASUS Z170-A LGA 1151 Intel Z170 ATX motherboard. I have chosen this motherboard because I wanted something that is up-to-date, can run the everyday things I do, comes with USB 3.1, and is also…

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  • Microcantilever Lab Analysis Pdf

    Design and Simulation of Microcantilevers for Sensing Applications Abstract- MEMS is the integration of active and passive elements on a single chip, which combine electronics, electrical as well as mechanical elements to use in sensing and actuation. MEMS technology used in sensing applications with use of basic mechanical elements such as microcantilevers, beams, diaphragms, springs, gears and so on. In this research paper, microcantilevers are used as basic elements for design of Sensors.…

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  • The Third Generation Of Technology: The History Of Computing Technology

    defined by a distinct transformation in technological innovation. The first generation stretched from 1947-1957, and is identifiable by its use of vacuum tube technology. This generation transitioned into the second generation during the late 1950’s with the use of transistors. Subsequently in the 1960’s the third generation began, classified by its use of integrated circuits. The fourth generation of computers became prominent in the 1970’s with use of microprocessors, and some argue that 2016…

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  • Why Is Technology Important To Our Future?

    In 1958, Jack Kilby and Robert Noyce revealed the integrated circuit which is known to us as the computer chip. As mentioned earlier, this invention would not have been accomplished without the invention of the microchip transistor. As years go on, Douglas Engelbart shows a prototype of a modern computer with a mouse and a graphical user interface. This imprinted the evolution of the computer from a specialized machine to technology that is accessible abroad. In 1969, a group of developers at…

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  • Overview Of The Global Semiconductor Industry

    SIC ‘3672’ print circuit board, SIC ‘3675’ electronic capacitors, SIC ‘3576’ electronic resistors, SIC ‘3677’ electronic coils and transformers and other inductors, SIC ‘3678’ electronic connectors and SIC ‘3679’ electronic components are not categorised as semiconductor technology on the database. Technologies from these SIC codes are strongly connected with circuit designs and developed within the semiconductor industry. They are considered an integral part of the industry; for the above…

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  • What Is Fault Tolerant Computing?

    During the execution of an application, a fault may take place due to various reasons, such as hardware failures, software errors and electro-magnetic effects. Therefore, fault-tolerance is an inherent requirement of systems when accurate results are needed even in the occurrence of faults. In the fault-tolerance area, redundancy is employed to mask or otherwise work around these faults, in this manner preserving a certain desired level of functionality. Generally, redundancy is defined as the…

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  • Industrial Designer Research Paper

    When you buy a new toy or piece of furniture, the process of creating and producing the item is longer than you may think. From sketching to making a three dimensional layout on the computer, industrial designers use many diverse skills to create everyday products. As mentioned in the skills and abilities section of O*NET OnLine, industrial designers “develop and design manufactured products, such as cars, home appliances, and children's toys. Combine artistic talent with research on product…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Analog Devices

    Introduction: Analog Devices Inc. was established 1965 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It was started by Ray Stata & Mathew Lorber. There were a leading manufacturer of integrated circuits that were used to convert analog and digital data form. The company's principal products were divided among four classifications which were general-purpose, standard-function linear, special-purpose linear, Digital-signal processing ICs & Assembled products. SLICS were the largest product segment for the…

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  • Moore's Law Essay

    subsequently founded Intel in Santa Clara, California. However, he apparently overestimated the development of semiconductor. In 1975, he predicted the modification to a more realistic, two-year doubling, then, at century 70 's and 80 's, with HP personal computers, Apple II computers and IBM PC and other consumer products. The industry requirements of the chip is getting higher and higher, the processing become smaller and smaller, Moore 's predicted began to come true. ARGUMENT: Not for much…

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