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2005-08-19 Ember expands in Cambridge, England
Ember Corp. has opened a new facility in Cambridge, England, to house an expanded radio IC design team and a business development team serving Europe, the Middle East and Africa
2011-08-31 Cambridge Consultants: White Space offers great potential
Cambridge Consultants has released a report on the opportunities of utilizing White Space frequencies and predicted the first consumer devices out of this technology in the next five years.
2006-01-06 Cambridge Consultants, picoChip partner in WiMAX design
Cambridge Consultants is supporting picoChip in developing software-defined radio reference designs for the mobile WiMAX market using the picoArray DSP device.
2016-05-13 ADI, Cambridge Consultants to enhance car parking experience
The smart monitoring system promises to save drivers time and makes parking easier by monitoring space occupancy for on-street and indoor garage parking spaces without adding expensive infrastructure.
2005-05-05 Tools suit XAP 32bit RISC core
Cambridge Consultants' new tool set is comprised of the Gnu Compiler Collection C/C++ compiler and the uCLinux and Micrium (C/OS-II real-time operating systems.
2004-09-16 Royalty-free XAP RISC processor moves to 32bits
Cambridge Consultants has recrafted its XAP RISC processor architecture to handle up to 32bit data.
2005-05-27 Program speeds up turbo code selection for wireless comm apps
Cambridge Consultants disclosed that it has developed a software program that demystifies and accelerates the selection of turbo codes for wireless communication systems.
2015-02-12 Low-cost software-defined radio soon to make waves
Cambridge Consultants developed the Pizzicato that integrates a core and software for an all-digital radio transmitter, which could cost less than $1, initially aimed at base stations.
2003-03-12 CSR supports CCL on-chip Bluetooth designs
Cambridge Silicon Radio has partnered with Cambridge Consultants Ltd in the first of a series of agreements designed to provide Bluetooth solutions for niche markets.
2004-06-25 Bluetooth solution enables new-gen remote utility meter reading
Cambridge Consultants delivered a prototype design of a Bluetooth-based radio module to Actaris.
2006-11-30 Bluetooth enables new headsets for hearing impaired
A Bluetooth development tool from Cambridge Consultants has helped Sound ID commercialize a new headset for the hard of hearing, which employs wireless communications to link an in-ear module with a remote microphone.
2009-04-13 PHY IC addresses ultralow-cost cellular comms
Cambridge Consultants Ltd has developed Centaur, a PHY IC for GSM/GPRS/Edge/E-Edge cellular communications. The company also has a reference design incorporating Centaur that enables the development of cellular and femtocell base stations that incorporate 2G and 2.75G capability.
2008-07-14 New XAP processor is built for Zigbee, Bluetooth
Cambridge Consultants has devised a new architecture for the latest version of its core for 16bit processors, the XAP5, that includes special features for running programs held in on- or off-chip flash memory.
2007-08-30 3G base station design for femtocells cuts BOM costs
Cambridge Consultants' 3G base station radio design for femtocells reduces BOM costs by implementing all functions on two chipsa picoChip DSP and a radio IC.
2008-03-27 $10 solution enables wireless health monitoring
Researchers at Cambridge Consultants have developed a $10 single-chip solution that allows medical devices to transmit data wirelessly.
2007-10-18 Zigbee gets upgrade in PRO stack
The Zigbee Alliance has approved the Zigbee PRO profile stack that adds advanced features and greater flexibility to the original specification, particularly related to ease-of-use and support for larger networks.
2008-12-01 Telehealth age dawns
Remote monitoring using wireless technology is finally getting its interoperability act together worldwide. Telehealth technologies are being developed and deployed to reduce visits to hospitals and doctors' offices and improve patient health with lifestyle coaching.
2010-11-12 Silicon startups reveal keys to success
A look at the companies that have made it to the EE Times 60 Emerging Startups list over the past six years shows that they all had a clear sales proposition and that CMOS and software remain fundamental to the industry.
2011-06-22 Nokia, Microsoft, Samsung back white-space radio launch
Microsoft, Nokia, Samsung and eight others will join Neul's launch of white-space radio, which exists around digital TV broadcast channels and is used for radio networks to support M2M communications.
2011-07-04 Neul's $12.8M fund to support M2M radio trials
Neul has raised $12.8 million from a venture capital syndicate, an amount that would support ongoing wireless data trials to assess the viability of the TV white-space spectrum for M2M communications.
2005-05-30 Microcontroller evaluation board includes development tools
Cyan Technology's new, low cost MCU evaluation board comes complete with the company's patented CyanIDE Integrated Development Environment.
2012-04-16 Improve medical electronics by focusing on patient experience
Drug-device combination products illustrate how patients now care more about ease of use, discretion, and design in medical devices.
2002-05-28 Four-way encoding aims to beat smartcard hackers
A smartcard architecture based on asynchronous design techniques has been proposed as a solution to a hacking technique that could compromise existing crypto-processor designs.
2005-05-11 Flash MCU targets comm apps
Cyan Technology's new 16-bit flash MCU contains a full range of peripherals which can be very quickly configured using the Peripheral Configuration Tool, which is part of the company's free CyanIDE Integrated Development Environment.
2009-02-27 ARM processor suits low-power apps
ARM Holdings plc has designed a very low gate-count ARM processor core suitable for use in MCUs aimed at ultralow-power applications. Chips are expected to ship from licensees before the end of 2009.
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