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2008-12-01 Save power with on-off keying
Amplitude shift-keying is a popular modulation technique in digital data comms. A further simplification of this method is on-off keying, as this article explains.
2010-08-20 RF-capable universal remote debuts
Audivo's M-Remote combines RF with IR capabilities
2005-09-08 RF ICs can be quite complex
According to one industry analyst, the worldwide handset RF semiconductor market is expected to grow from $5.3 billion in 2004 to $8.26 billion in 2008
2005-09-08 RF ICs can be quite complex
Understanding that complexity, and putting these devices to work for you, can help get you ahead of the competition
2006-03-08 Philips implements SoC in 65nm CMOS
Philips announced that it has implemented a right-first-time 65nm SoC with the design complexity required in next-generation mobile multimedia and home entertainment products such as 3G cellphones and LCD TVs.
2007-01-01 Nintendo woos casual gamers with intuitive Wii
A teardown of Wii shows a comparatively simple design with far fewer major components than its competittion's.
2006-12-19 Nintendo Wii woos casual gamers
Nintendo has built the Wii to be a more intuitive videogame console designed to attract new and casual gamers.
2012-05-14 Next gen wireless apps with FRAM-based MCUs
Discover the unique features FRAM offers as a memory alternative for embedded wireless applications.
2014-11-26 Murata reinforces sensor division with IoT twist
Murata has been quietly reinforcing its sensor division with plans to expand its offering into higher revenue-generating fields including home automation, medical and automotive electronics.
2012-05-09 Microchip CEO talks strategy, defends new acquisition
CEO Steve Sanghi said: 'With the SMSC acquisition and the economy bottoming out, before you can blink, we'll become a $2 billion companymuch larger than Freescale in the microcontroller space.'
2009-09-29 MCU packs 2.4GHz radio for wireless sensor nets
STMicroelectronics offers the STM32W MCU family, which packs IEEE 802.15.4 radio to support embedded wireless sensor network design.
2013-08-01 Maximising sub-1GHz spectrum for IoT
Learn how to take advantage of the expanded number of sub-1GHz channels available in the new IEEE 802.15.4 standard to build for ZigBee / 802.15.4, 6LoWPAN, and high-speed ISM networks.
2012-04-18 Living with the Internet of Things
The emergence of the Internet of Things has created such a flood of data that only state-of-the-art information technology can gather, filter, order and interrogate the resulting, massive data set, generically called Big Data.
2010-06-10 LEDs to transmit data, too?
With enough advance work, new LED light fixtures could also be wired into the network backbone, accomplishing wireless communications to any device without burdening the crowded RF bands.
2015-06-22 Know your duty when duty cycling
Here is a look at the perils of assuming duty cycling is as easy in the analog domain as it can be in the digital and RF domains.
2013-04-08 Issues in analogue, digital MEMS microphone design
Know the design considerations when integrating analogue and digital MEMS microphones into a system design.
2002-03-05 Intel reveals long-term goals for silicon photonics, sensors
Intel Corp. chief technology officer Patrick Gelsinger has revealed several research breakthroughs that extend the reach of silicon devices in his keynote address Thursday (Feb. 28) at the Intel Developer Forum.
2010-06-11 Intel invests in multimedia touchscreen firm
Multimedia touchscreen devices provider OpenPeak Inc. has secured additional $52 million of financing from existing investors and Intel Capital.
2014-01-10 Intel develops reference design for smart earphones
The smart earbuds are aimed at fitness enthusiasts and is unique for being built into an accessory that many people already wear when they exercise.
2012-11-12 Integrated power IC ready for Quad-core apps processors
Dialog's DA9063 can deliver up to 12A from its six DC/DC converters, 24% more than its nearest rivals.
2015-10-02 Impact of open standards on E-IoT and smart lighting
The flexibility of open standards allows the ability to tie into existing lighting control frameworks without needing to buy a separate system to manage each additional device or system.
2016-05-12 Imagination, Elvees to churn out video analytics SoC platform
The Elise SoC from Elvees, based on a multimedia/video IP platform from Imagination, will flaunt an innovative architecture to fulfil the needs of high-performance mobile computing and video analytics.
2013-03-28 Green Peak's radio chip touts Wi-Fi, ZigBee coexistence
The GP501 contains Deep Packet Inspection, allowing deep sleep modes of set-top boxes by means of Wake-on-LAN messages. ZigBee shares the 2.4GHz frequency band with other Wi-Fi equipment.
2008-01-02 Granting Taiwan's 'ubiquitous comms' wish
AirDio has obtained the patent of the RF Integrated System module, enabling ubiquitous communication that users are demanding.
2015-10-16 DiY IoT: Let's talk WiFi
In today's post, we will talk about WiFia few general concepts about it, its relationship to the CC3200, some practical ways to use it, and lastly, a little step-by-step project.
2015-03-02 Competition, product direction affect shifting IoT terrain
The IoT landscape is rapidly shifting, becoming more complex, and continuously changing. The industry is filled with competing platforms who are still evolving and seeking interoperability.
2011-08-08 Circuit protection units ease transition to new automotive technologies
Learn how circuit protection devices can address the challenges brought about by the demand for increased number of power components and high-data-rate connections in automotive designs.
2015-02-13 BeBop weaves sensors into fabrics
Rather than measure speed or heartbeat, BeBop's layered sensors can measure bend, location, motion, rotation, angle and torque with applications from athletic clothing to smart insoles.
2015-01-09 Apple Watch battery life hits a snag
Apple did not reveal how its Apple Watch will be powered, but most likely it will use lithium-ion batteries with cobalt-oxide electrodes, which would still require users to charge the device everyday.
2011-06-27 Advantages of wireless switches
Learn how switch solutions in wireless mode address the customer needs for lowered cost and installation options.
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