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2002-11-21 Maxim dc converter ICs fit cellphone PAs
The MAX8500, MAX8503, and MAX8504 step-down dc/dc converter ICs feature are designed specifically for linear PA used in 3G cellphones.
2002-03-05 Matsushita releases 'leak-tolerant' receivers for mobile devices
The company's "leak-tolerant" receivers feature an output SPL of 108dB and a resonant frequency of 380Hz, enabling an improved reproduction of a low-pitched sound and prevents the deterioration of receiving sound quality of compact receivers in mobile devices.
2014-01-14 Mass production of curved smartphones still has ways to go
Technical challenges related to the manufacturing of flexible AMOLED displays mean it will take several years before curved phones and panels are manufactured in high volumes, according to IHS.
2005-02-22 Makers ramp up production of super-slim notebook panels
Expecting a higher demand rate this year, Taiwan-based panel makers Chunghwa Pictures Ltd (CPT) and Hannstar Display Corp. announced plans of ramping up their capacities in the super-slim notebook panel segment.
2005-07-19 Mainland China reinforces LCD manufacturing
Competition in the graphics LCD modules industry in the Greater China region is heating up, threatening the leading spots held mostly by makers from South Korea.
2003-07-23 M-Systems upgrades flash devices for embedded systems
M-Systems is upping the ante of its flash disk-on-chip technology for embedded systems designers.
2014-09-10 LTE-Advanced deployments: End of unreliable mobile networks
Nokia Networks, Ericsson, and Alcatel-Lucent migrated to LTE-Advanced with an upgrade to their respective small base stations to improve mobile coverage in small commercial buildings.
2015-01-12 LTE, WiFi sharing offers sol'n to ease network congestion
Ericsson revealed its Licensed Assisted Access (LAA) technology aimed at allowing carriers to aggregate and "fairly share" the public 5GHz band with the unlicensed WiFi spectrum.
2012-08-31 LTE progress boosts electronics convergence
4G LTE will play a pivotal role in the development of the wireless industry by driving the convergence of electronic devices, including smartphones, media tablets and mobile PCs.
2014-04-07 LTE physical layer module gives savings boost to OEMs
The module combines the MIMOon PHY and CommAgility's signal processing hardware, reducing development costs and enabling OEMs to deliver projects more quickly.
2015-02-26 LTE chips and IoT: Opportunity on shaky ground
Altair Semiconductor aims to fuel the machine-to-machine market toward 4G LTE with two chip sets coming out ahead of expected 3GPP standards for the Internet of Things.
2014-12-18 LTE breathes new life to WiMAX startup
Georges Karam, Sequans CEO, shared how Sequans Communications managed to transition from a purely- WiMAX provider to target LTE-only single modem chip market.
2007-05-16 Linear Edge power amps enable longer talk-time
AnadigicsInc. unrolls AWT6172, a new quad-band linear Edge power amplifier module for 2.75G and 3G cellphones, PDAs and wireless PC cards that use GSM/Edge cellular standards.
2003-12-05 Licom Power battery features 1.4Ah capacity
Narada Licom Power Tech. (Shanghai) Co. Ltd has developed a Li-ion polymer rechargeable battery cell that is designed to suit cellphones, PDAs, portable DVDs, digital cameras and notebook computers.
2005-05-18 LCD companies follow LG.Philips LCD's standards
Makers of TFT-LCD panels, including AU Optronics Corp. (AUO) and Chi Mei Optoelectronics (CMO), have followed the standards of South Korea-based LG.Philips LCD Co. Ltd for their TFT-LCD panel sizes.
2005-11-21 Korean Telecom readies mobile wireless service
Korea Telecom (KT), South Korea's top fixed broadband service carrier, said it will roll out a new mobile wireless broadband service by mid-2006 called WiBro.
2005-12-13 Korea Telecom, Alcatel target mobile wireless
Korea Telecom and Alcatel will establish a joint research center in a move to gain the top position in a recently-certified mobile wireless broadband service called WiBro.
2007-10-16 Keeping up with complex intellectual property
The verification of IP cores continues to become more complex and time-consuming, especially for processor cores such as CPUs, floating-point units and DSPs. The challenge is to design and verify a new embedded vector processor with significant enhancements over its predecessor.
2007-01-16 Jumble of network formats seen in 4G
Technologists are sparring with bean counters over what 4G should look like to yield the best service for customers and the best return for operators.
2002-04-02 Java variations could stall unified cell-phone platform
Unique implementations and extensions of Java for emerging voice and data cellular devices are threatening what many see as the best hope for unifying this nascent market.
2015-04-23 Japan's mobile infrastructure market plunges
The Japanese mobile infrastructure dropped by double digits in 2014 as a severe cut in 3G investments drove a decline that LTE could not offset despite the addition of over 100,000 eNodeBs.
2006-09-01 Japan shuffles spectrum
Frequency issues may be a gating factor in Japan, where WiMAX penetration depends on how the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications regulates the usage of the 2.5GHz band.
2005-04-12 iSuppli: Supply of large-sized LCD components to slide
Market research firm iSuppli Corp. forecasts a supply shortage for large-sized LCD components and raw materials later this year as an aftermath of the oversupply experienced by the industry last year.
2002-05-23 ISSI ships MCPs in Fujitsu's FBGA technology
Integrated Silicon Solution Inc. has announced the shipment of a family of stacked multichip packaged (MCP) modules that uses Fujitsu Ltd's FBGA packaging technology.
2016-03-11 ISSCC: RF CMOS on the edge of transceiver chain
At the ISCC, Steve Ohr finds that what has happened is not a replacement of GaAs power amps by RF CMOS amps. The RF power amp function is performed at the edge of a radio transceiver chain.
2012-06-21 IP cores cut opex, capex in networks
The expanded line of FEC IP cores from Xilinx include GFEC, EFEC and high gain FEC solutions extend the distance of a transmission while decreasing the number of regenerators along the route.
2016-04-08 IoT supply chain benefits from mobility expansion
No longer niche markets, automotive and related "mobility" markets, have rapidly taken centre stage at leading electronics events, and hence, gained in supply chain prominence and importance.
2015-08-12 IoT networks surface: Tackling coverage, cost issues
Existing long range M2M networks generally use wired or cellular links that are widely available but too expensive to be profitable, but will likely have the coverage needed to spark widespread use.
2016-04-21 Inverse spin Hall effect converts microwaves into energy
University of Utah scientists investigated and developed a method on how to generate energy using microwaves by demonstrating an effect called the inverse spin Hall effect.
2002-04-18 Intersil DACs perform up to 210MSa/s
Intersil Corp. has shipped its ISL5X29 family of 3.3V dual DACs consisting of 8-, 10-, 12-, and 14-bit versions that perform either 130MSa/s or 210MSa/s and support baseband or high IF applications.
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