Category Archives: ASIC Design

MegaChips Unveils Breakthrough 16nm Analog ASIC for 5G and Other High-Speed Applications

November 08, 2017, anysilicon


 MegaChips Corporation today announced a new 16nm FinFET analog ASIC with integrated Gigabit-class data converters designed to meet the cost and performance demands of 5G networks and other high-volume applications. This new analog ASIC breaks through the cost barriers for high-speed applications by integrating 6.8Gsps data converters into an advanced SOC.

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Understanding ASIC Development

October 23, 2017, anysilicon

computer cpu or central processor unit chip on mainboard.Technology background with computer processors CPU concept and blue circuit, board texture.

ASIC is an acronym for Application Specific Integrated Circuit. It is designed for a specific or customized use as opposed to one that serves a generally available. Examples of ASIC include chips that are designed to run specific devices such as Apple A11 CPU for example. You can find ASIC

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Power Management for Internet of Things (IoT) System on a Chip (SoC) Development

October 18, 2017, anysilicon


The Internet of Things (IoT) is the interconnection of millions of autonomous devices to the internet. These devices collect data on physical parameters and processes and report those to the network. Some autonomously, or by network command, provide outputs that control other equipment and systems.
There are a wide

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Near zero power consumption for RFID chips with Dolphin Integration’s SESAME eLC standard cell library

October 09, 2017, anysilicon

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For RFID Tags, dynamic power consumption is a critical performance as the capability to lower power translates into a wider range of detection (RFID tag read range) and a highest identification rate in the same range.
One of the main degree of freedom to improve power consumption of RFID

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SIDE-CHANNEL ATTACKS: How Differential Power Analysis (DPA) and Simple Power Analysis (SPA) Works

September 27, 2017, anysilicon

Examining a microchip

There are many techniques available for hackers to gain access to a system and obtain secret keys or other proprietary information– from invasive methods, such as microprobing, to non-invasive methods, such as cryptoanalysis. However, one of the easiest and most effective ways to extract the contents of a chip is

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Sondrel Expands into India

September 22, 2017, anysilicon

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Sondrel, a UK headquartered IC Design Consultancy, today announced the establishment of an entity in India, having opened its first engineering design centre in Hyderabad. The company provide concept to silicon design services to an international client base.
The continued rapid growth of Sondrel has seen new design centres

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