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The eBike from Bosch as Seen at CES 2015

Contributed by Jim Morrison During the press events yesterday I met the North American Manager for Bosch’s eBike. She invited me to come by the booth and speak to her colleagues who were visiting from their facilities in Germany. I took her up on that offer and wow, I am very glad I did. I [...]

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Systems Analysis of the Apple Lightning to USB Cable

Systems analysis identifies how devices are used together – and may include testing of signals and software inside or between chips using sniffers, probing, data capture, or literature. Systems analysis, including software reverse engineering, is performed to identify evidence of use in support of patent licensing and litigation. It can also be used for competitive [...]

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video blog: Looking inside the silicon Laboratories Si8422 digital isolator

This Chipworks Circuit Analysis Highlight Video takes you inside of the Silicon Laboratories Si8422 dual-channel digital isolator and gives a guided tour of its circuitry. The Si8422 is a low power CMOS device that employs an RF coupler to transmit digital information across an isolation barrier. Applications for this device include industrial automation systems, medical [...]

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Circuit highlights from the Texas Instruments WiLink 7.0 (and more)

The Texas Instruments WL1283 (WiLink 7) is a topic on which we have written in the past.  It is a multi-band chip with an impressive set of specifications, in a small size that competes with the market leader, the Broadcom 4330. Each brings their own set of specifications to the table with the TI device [...]

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Design analysis of the Texas Instruments TPS62260 DC-DC converter

Contributed by Randy Torrance. For this blog, we are starting a new category of content called “Design Analysis.”  This area will be focused on content most useful for design engineers or for patent teams that are interested in chip circuitry. It will ultimately be comprised of both standard articles and vBlogs that walk through some of the circuitry [...]

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