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2006-10-16 Defining new solutions for 3G power challenges
The handset manufacturers are packing their 3G phones with every feature possible, challenging power supply manufacturers to maintain long runtimes
2005-10-03 Next-gen cellphones cry for more power
Handset designers must consider several factors to effectively conserve power and extend battery life
2003-04-16 Mobile-WLAN combo faces power conundrum
Telecom dream weavers work on technology that would enable WANs and Bluetooth to work seamlessly with WiFi; before we get there, design engineers need to answer issues like leakage current to solve the power conundrum that is hindering the integration of cellphones and PDAs into WiFi paradise
2003-10-16 Mixed-signal integration key to future power management in portables
IC integration is simplifying the design of portable power electronics--maximizing battery life in the smallest board area and lowering cost
2007-01-16 Low-cost handsets push 3G adoption in Asia
Roman Polz, senior marketing manager at Agere's mobility division, believes that the 3G market should also offer affordable 3G handsets besides the high-end, feature-rich models to achieve faster and wider adoption in Asia
2001-05-16 Chip startup keeps MPEG-4 power budget to trickle
This article describes the Luxxon Corp. video processor for cellular phones.
2004-10-14 3G phones shave costs, but integration path unclear
The latest crop of 3G cellphones shows the market is maturing with more integrated digital chipsets driving substantially lower handset costs
2009-12-02 3G phone springs from 2G design overhaul
Released in Q1 08, Samsung's SGH-J750 tells a less-fleeting tale of OEM sourcing decisions, ASIC development strategies and foot-in-the-door approaches behind the cellphone market
2007-09-17 UWB to boost cellphone connectivity
UWB has been around for nearly half a decade as a demonstrable technology. It is appearing in the form of ICs that will be used to implement Certified Wireless USB in PCs and peripherals. How long will it be before UWB is deployed in mobile phones?
2006-07-01 Startups push for WiMAX cellphone
Two silicon startups are designing a combined media access controller and PHY chip that will work with third-party WiMAX RF chips.
2003-03-06 Qualcomm ships power management IC for 3G terminals
The company has announced the availability of the PM6650 power management chip for 3G CDMA terminals
2004-11-01 Power management trends in 3G cellphones
Manufacturers are now adopting switching regulators over the simpler, but less efficient, linear low-dropout regulators in 3G cellphones
2009-09-16 RF transceiver targets W-CDMA handsets
Fujitsu Microelectronics is shipping a 3G SAW-less multimode, multiband UMTS/ GPRS/EDGE transceiver
2010-07-05 Intel ventures into handset chip biz via Comsys
Intel Corp. is making its way into the cellphone chip business with its acquisition of Comsys Mobile Communication and Signal Processing Ltd for $30 million in late May
2004-03-01 Ericsson picks up Sharp as new licensee
Ericsson's Mobile Platforms unit will supply Sharp Corp. with 3G mobile phone platforms under a licensing deal
2008-07-16 Conquer ULC handset design challenges
Ultralow-cost (ULC) handsets have been a hot topic in the past three years. ULC today refers to handsets that can be built for $20 or less. They represent a unique segment of the cellular market and require a unique set of strategies for success.
2008-07-22 China's TD-SCDMA readies for Olympic debut
Having completed its trial evaluations in 2007, China's homegrown 3G wireless standard, TD-SCDMA, is ready to make its debut at the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics
2008-04-01 Cellphones integrate RF to cut costs
Lowering cellphone costs by integrating radio components was a running theme at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference.Broadcom, Infineon and Texas Instruments detailed solutions for pulling more of the RF work into 2.5G digital devices, typically integrated with baseband processors
2005-01-17 No-monochrome path to Philips' billion displays
It took Philips 45 years to ship 1 billion displays, but now, CEO Hoskens hopes to reach the next billion in only six or seven years.
2006-12-04 Scalable app processors target wireless handhelds
Marvell has launched its first family of application processors based on Intel's XScale Technology. The PXA3xx series are aimed at such applications as feature handsets, smartphones, GPS navigation systems, wireless handhelds and other consumer electronic devices.
2008-11-04 Smart card processors promise high security in cellphones
STMicroelectronics has launched two new product families for cellphone SIM cards that allow mobile network operators to enhance differentiation and expand revenue growth by delivering richer services to subscribers
2008-06-05 ST, CEA concoct tiny fuel cell for wireless phones
Tapping miniaturized energy sources, the French Atomic Energy Agency and STMicroelectronics NV created a hydrogen fuel cell for mobile phones that is expected to reduce the use of electrical power supplies to recharge batteries
2009-03-11 Xi'an HTDZ rises as China's R&D hotbed
Having pinned many of its plans for industrial transformation on its electronics and information technology industries, China has become an R&D hotbed among domestic and foreign companies alike.
2011-05-31 Renesas Mobile CEO sees LTE, modem tech as keys to success
Renesas Mobile's CEO has revealed the company's medium- and long-term plans, among them, a new modem technology and mobile app processor, and LTE chips connected to cloud services.
2005-02-15 Philips aids handset manufacturers to speed up design
Philips announced its first dual mode UMTS/EDGE Nexperia Cellular System Solution 7130, which it is demonstrating in this week's 3GSM World Congress in France.
2009-07-14 More mobile phones to pack accelerometers in 2010
Accelerometers are expected to appear in one-third of mobile phones shipped next year, according to iSuppli Corp.
2006-12-18 Handset trends push for new displays
Over the last several years, major changes have occurred in handsets' size, styling and feature designs. Fundamental network changes also influence handset display design. LEDs have moved beyond the simple backlighting realm to add design features.
2005-04-01 Handhelds share spotlight at 10th IIC-China
Various electronic firms will showcase an assortment of design trends for handheld devices and components as they hold paper presentations and product demonstrations at the 10th IIC-China to be held in Shenzhen, Beijing and Shanghai this April.
2004-03-30 Fujitsu upgrades mobile gadgets with new media processors
Fujitsu Microelectronics has introduced two new advanced Mobile Media Processors for mobile phones and other handheld devices.
2006-09-18 Freescale develops wireless push
Freescale Semiconductor is stepping up its wireless push, armed with innovations in magnetoresistive memory and packaging, and guided by a new general manager, Sandeep Chennakeshu, recruited from Ericsson's handset group.
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