Cable manufacturers trade off
wire diameter for distance and even include passive cable equalization circuits inside the connector shrouds at the ends of the cable to extend the cable distance by compensating for high frequency signal loss.
Flexible contracting represents for suppliers and buyers the trade off
between managing and bearing the risks of energy contracting, with larger buyers achieving this by taking forward positions in the market.
To fight an enemy at a 3-to-1 deficit required precision weapon systems with little room to trade off
Essential to achieving this is Intrinsity's proprietary Fast14 technology, which provides not only circuit speeds of up to, and beyond, 3 GHz, but also the means to trade off
speed, power and silicon area to achieve
With novel algorithms that make it aware of the manufacturing flow, the software enables designers to trade off
between design and manufacturing constraints during design -- not after the chip is in the hands of manufacturing.
Elpida), Japan's leading global supplier of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM), today announced that it has shipped samples of a 256 Megabit DDR SDRAM device that embeds Elpida's innovative Super Self Refresh (SSR) technology which achieves a dramatic 95% reduction in self refresh current (IDD6) to extend the battery life for portable consumer electronics applications with no trade off
The new software also uses a unique folding algorithm that allows the user to quickly trade off
between performance and area.
At the architectural level, the new AccelChip DSP Synthesis tool allows designers to trade off
area, performance, and power where designs can be moved more than 100x.