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To prove that any of these schemes will really work is still quite a ways away. For one thing, it is a difficult challenge to keep the logic devices from having a back-action on the clocking mechanism; such an interaction can leak some of the computed information out of the logic and into the clock system, where it may have an undesired effect on the physical state which may be difficult to correct. However, it is far from clear that these problems cannot eventually be resolved through further refinement of the clocking and synchronization mechanisms. But it will take a concerted effort on the part of large numbers of engineers and physicists.

According to iSuppli, government mandates that all TV stations must broadcast digitally by 2007 will stimulate much of the digital TV sales growth. Also fueling the transition is the continued ramp-up of technologies such as liquid crystal display (LCD), plasma, liquid crystal on silicon (LCOS), and digital light processing (DLP), the firm said.

Nidec Copal

Bellnix Co., LTD.

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According to iSuppli, government mandates that all TV stations must broadcast digitally by 2007 will stimulate much of the digital TV sales growth. Also fueling the transition is the continued ramp-up of technologies such as liquid crystal display (LCD), plasma, liquid crystal on silicon (LCOS), and digital light processing (DLP), the firm said.

At the heart of this approach is a centralized power manager , a process that implements a power policy defined by the system designer. This policy is aware of the power states (Active, Idle, etc.) supported by each power managed entity and implements the rules that determine exactly when each entity will switch from one power state to another.

TAIYO YUDEN

Murrplastik

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At the heart of this approach is a centralized power manager , a process that implements a power policy defined by the system designer. This policy is aware of the power states (Active, Idle, etc.) supported by each power managed entity and implements the rules that determine exactly when each entity will switch from one power state to another.

With wireless LAN (WLAN) adoption continuing to rise in enterprise environments, security will continually be a concern for designers. The unification of wired and wireless (WLAN) enterprise LANs is one of the key elements creating this concern because, to be effective, designers must develop systems that provide seamless security across enterprise wired and wireless LAN environments.

Multi-Tech Systems, Inc.
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