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Cactus Semiconductor Participates in CSNE’s Industry Day and NSF Site Visit

As part of its role as an Industry Advisory Board (IAB) member, Cactus Semiconductor participated in the annual meetings at the Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering (CSNE). The meetings, held at the University of Washington (UW), included presentations by all IAB members, presen
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20 Most Promising Semiconductor Companies-2016

Cactus Semiconductors is ranked in the 20 most promising semiconductor companies according to SiliconIndia magazines click to see
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Cactus Semiconductor Joins the Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering to Support Development of Brain-Computer Interfaces

CHANDLER, Ariz., March 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Cactus Semiconductor, Inc. is excited to join the Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering (CSNE) as an industry partner.  The partnership aims to accelerate the development of novel Neurological Systems, such as Brain-Computer Int
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2015 Medical Electronics Symposium Presenters to Include Cactus Semiconductor’s Andy Kelly

Andy Kelly, IC/Systems Architect at Cactus Semiconductor, will be presenting at the Medical Electronics Symposium taking place September 16-17, 2015 in Portland, Oregon.  The event will be hosted by SMTA, INEMI, MEPTEC and the Oregon Bioscience Association. Its focus is on advances in
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Cactus Semiconductor’s Andy Kelly to Present at MEDevice Conference and Showcase in September

Andy Kelly, IC/Systems Architect at Cactus Semiconductor, will be presenting at MedTechWorld’s MEDevice Conference and Showcase being held September 1-2, 2015 in San Diego. According to the conference website, the show offers interactive, hands-on sessions and panel discussions led by
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Accurate Circuit Verification of Integrated Power Switches

Excerpt from a June 2015 contributed post to Planet Analog. Neal Baltz, Analog and Mixed-Signal IC Design Engineer, Cactus Semiconductor, Inc. The Planet Analog post by Paul Illegems, “Can You Easily Build Integrated Power Switches? Part 2,” offers sound design principles to limit swi
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Optimizing and Simplifying the Process: Q&A with a Systems/IC Architect on Ultra-Low-Power-Design

Following is an excerpt of an interview of Andy Kelly from Cactus Semiconductor conducted by Anne Fisher of EECatalog. Read the full post here.   By Anne Fisher, Managing Editor  What will it take for ultra-low-power designs to become more prevalent—that’s one of the questions fi
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Medical ASICs Enable Smaller, Smarter Implantable Medical Devices

This is a shared blog post which originates from our partner’s (Cirtec Medical Systems) blog. To read the full version from the original source, click here.   by: Bill Peatman, Cirtec Medical Systems Implantable medical devices keep getting smaller and smarter. Consider one of th
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Low Power LDO Design Techniques For Small Profile Applications, Part 2

A March 2015 post contributed to Planet Analog: Erik Mentze, Sr. IC Design Engineer, Cactus Semiconductor In our previous post Low Power LDO Design Techniques for Really Small Profile Applications, Part 1 , we reviewed LDO design tradeoffs using an NMOS pass transistor. This design ap
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