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2008-07-04 Silicon TV tuners speed past the CAN
Until the most recent product announcements, silicon tuners have fallen well short of the performance offered by hand-tuned CAN tuners. But one company in particular seems to have focused on achieving the best possible silicon solutions for fixed TV tuners: XCeive Inc.
2008-01-04 Silicon TV tuners clearing hurdles
Although mobile phone and WLAN transceivers made the transition to silicon ICs years ago, solid-state TV tuners have been slower off the starting block. Recently, several companies have started to offer IC-based TV receivers that will replace the traditional "can tuner."
2010-04-19 Silicon tuner ensures
Maxim Integrated's MAX3543 silicon tuner offers high tuner performance using a standard IF architecture that ensures
2003-05-13 SiGe Semi power amps extend mobile phone battery life
SiGe Semiconductor's new pair of RangeCharger power amplifiers feature a nominal quiescent current of 65mA.
2004-03-19 SiGe power amp seeks socket in CDMA handsets
SiGe Semiconductor Inc. has introduced a line of silicon germanium power amplifiers that it believes will break gallium arsenide devices' lock on CDMA cellphones.
2009-06-17 SiGe mixer tailored for 3G/4G base stations
From Maxim Integrated Products comes the MAX19996A, a fully integrated, 2000MHz to 3900MHz downconverting mixer with an on-chip LO buffer.
2003-04-02 Shaoxing Xingu opens new IC design house
Shaoxing Xingu Technology Co. Ltd has established a new IC design company named Huayue Microelectronics Co. Ltd, which has a registered capital of $1.81 million.
2004-09-03 SG new PWM IC suits motor driving apps
System General announced a new addition to its Green Mode PWM IC seriesthe SG6846.
2007-03-01 Sensor nets out to solve real-world problems
At the IRRR Radio and Wireless Symposium held in January, academic researchers presented concrete examples of advanced wireless data and sensor networks.
2006-12-18 Selecting the right MAC for Zigbee
Choosing the right 802.15.4 media access controller (MAC) can be extremely important for system performance, cost and reliability.
2003-10-29 Satellite radio chipset debuts
Extending CMOS technology to yet another market, Silicon Laboratories Inc. has unveiled a CMOS satellite radio tuner chipset.
2007-07-17 Rise of mixed-signal SoCs hints at changing analog market
Despite such well-reasoned doubts, market statistics show an analog IP market on the rise. The analog and mixed-signal IP market grew 34 percent in 2006, accounting for 16 percent of the overall design IP market, says Gartner.
2002-01-23 RFMD LNA enables multiband mobile phones
Specifically designed for EGSM/DCS/PCS mobile devices, the tri-band RF2417 low-noise amplifier (LNA) features on-chip matching for all three I/O ports to minimize external component count.
2007-08-14 RF transceiver integrates Rx/Tx/antenna switches
Maxim Integrated Products' MAX2830 direct-conversion, ultralow power 802.11g/b RF transceiver with integrated power amplifier, Rx/Tx/antenna diversity switches and crystal oscillator circuitry.
2006-05-23 RF synthesizers boast low phase noise, large band cover
STMicroelectronics' new RF synthesizers are touted to have the industry's lowest integrated phase noise and largest band coverage.
2005-05-11 RF synthesizer includes VCOs
STMicroelectronics unveiled a multi-band RF synthesizer with embedded voltage controlled oscillators (VCOs), the first in a series of highly integrated RF solutions integrating PLL and VCOs.
2007-07-05 RF startup gets more than cash from Intel Capital
Intel Capital appears prepared to offer something in addition to cash in its investment package for RF startup Mirics Semiconductor.
2007-08-16 RF IC aims at DVB-S receivers
NXP Semiconductors has introduced what it claims as the industry's first fully integrated downconverter for Ku-band DVB-S low-noise block.
2009-06-04 RF front-end ICs tailored for Bluetooth, Zigbee apps
RFaxis Inc. has begun sampling its first two devices, both offering a replacement for traditional RF front-end modules, combining all the functionality into a single-die, single-chip that use "breakthrough and disruptive" design methodologies.
2003-05-05 RF CMOS process supports basestation integration
Austriamicrosystems is providing foundry service for a 0.35?m RF-CMOS process licensed from Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg Corp.
2008-04-01 Raise UWB throughput for wireless HD video
Here's a report on the promise and technical challenges facing UWB, and on the throughput and encryption considerations for HD video distribution.
2002-12-24 Qualcomm transceiver supports GSM, UMTS
Qualcomm Inc. has announced the availability of its radioOne RTR6250 transceiver/transmit IC, which supports dual-mode, quad-band GSM transceiver operations (GSM 850/900/1800/1900) and UMTS transmit operation for 1.9GHz and 2.1GHz.
2009-07-06 Quad transceivers claims lowest jitter
National Semiconductor Corp. has released the DS50PCI401 and the DS64BR401 quad transceivers that increase backplane and cable reach up to 30 percent farther than competitive devices in data center servers and storage area networks.
2007-10-26 Quad equalizer extends reach of serial buses
A programmable quad equalizer from National Semiconductor extends the reach of high-speed serial buses up to 10Gbps data transmission rates, while consuming only 94mW per channel.
2008-02-22 Quad equalizer aims at 8Gbit/s PCIe apps
National Semiconductor has claimed the industry's first quad equalizer specifically designed for PCIe applications with up to 8Gbit/s data transmission rates.
2003-09-01 PWM controller regulates power in datacom systems
Intersil has released the ISL6721 single-ended current-mode PWM controller that is designed to regulate power in telecom and datacom systems.
2007-11-02 Products vie for role in HDMI arena
Last year's adoption of HDMI 1.3 has advanced the adoption rate of sources that provide 1,080p resolution such as Blu-ray and HD DVDand as HDMI's popularity grows, so does its list of supporters.
2007-09-21 Precision op amps feature low noise
National Semiconductor has introduced two precision op amps that offers what the company claims the industry's lowest input voltage noise and highest accuracy for products operating at low frequencies and low supply voltage.
2008-04-14 Precision amp claims 'lowest' input bias current
National has introduced the LMP7721, a precision amplifier that's said to have the industry's lowest guaranteed input bias current (20fA) at room temperature and over the extended temperature range of -40C to 125C.
2010-02-19 Power detector offers repeatable, accurate RMS output
Maxim's MAX2203 RMS power detector is designed to operate from 800MHz to 2GHz and accepts RF signal at the input, and outputs the same voltage regardless of the peak average of the input signal.
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