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2002-07-03 TI packs Cardbus, Firewire controllers into a single device
Aiming at helping designers save components, board space, routing and manufacturing costs, Texas Instruments Inc. has integrated its Cardbus and FireWire controllers into a single, small-footprint device.
2002-09-11 TI CardBus controller supports multiple Flash media
The PCI1620 CardBus controller chip from Texas Instruments Inc. is claimed to read multiple types of Flash media - including Smart Media, Secure Digital, Memory Stick, and MultiMediaCards.
2003-05-09 TI CardBus controller integrates FireWire functionality
The PCI7x20 is touted to be the industry's first UltraMedia CardBus controller that integrates FireWire, Flash Media, and Smartcard functionalities.
2006-07-25 CardBus connector includes heat sink
Tyco's standard CardBus connector technology, based on PCMCIA standards, integrates a heat sink to address thermal concerns in a variety of applications, including STBs and flat screen TVs.
2004-01-09 Argon rolls out RIS-compatible Cardbus adaptor
The EP-4103DL-PXE 10/100 Fast Ethernet Cardbus network adaptor from Argon Technology Corp. is claimed to be the first Cardbus adaptor that supports Microsoft RIS, without the need for additional software files.
2002-04-17 TI, Gemplus collaborate to expand smart card capability to PCs
Texas Instruments Inc. and Gemplus have entered into a technology license agreement to provide smart card reader functionality to TI's notebook and desktop computers.
2003-01-10 TI switch IC allows 12V controlled distribution
The TPS2206A PC CardBus power-interface switch allows the controlled distribution of 3.3V, 5V, and 12V to each PC card socket in notebook systems.
2004-09-09 TI FlashMedia controller with 1394, Flash Media
Texas Instruments introduced what it claims as the industry's fastest and most integrated FlashMedia controller available.
2004-10-25 QuickLogic, Renesas to partner on Wi-Fi solutions
QuickLogic Corp. has announced a partnership with Renesas Technology Corp. to enable low-power solutions for the expanding Wi-Fi market.
2002-10-17 Proxim 802.11a/b Combocard features security authentication
Proxim Corp.'s ORiNOCO 802.11a/b ComboCard is equipped with authentication security features including user name and password authentication.
2006-07-01 New trends in WLAN front-end modules
This article shows the benefits of using an RF FEM in WLAN applications, particularly the 802.11b/g, 802.11a/b/g and 802.11n standards. As FEMs begin to achieve cost parity with discrete solutions, they will emerge as the dominant RF solution in WLAN applications as they provide ease of design, resolve implementation issues and ensure performance improvements.
2002-01-09 Mobility inks cross-licensing deal with NI
Mobility Electronics Inc. has signed a cross-licensing agreement with National Instruments (NI), a provider of computer-based measurement and automation software and hardware.
2002-07-23 Mobility expands IP portfolio, receives 3 patents
Mobility Electronics Inc. has received three design patents.
2005-06-22 FCI interconnects designed for removable ExpressCard modules
FCI introduced a series of connectors and kit components to support the removable ExpressCard Standard, which was developed by PCMCIA as a replacement for the PC Card Standard, defining the popular CardBus and PC Card add-in cards.
2005-08-30 Control your PXI/CompactPCI system from a laptop computer
National Instruments announced that engineers can now directly control a PXI/CompactPCI system from a laptop computer using its new ExpressCard MXI and PCMCIA CardBus interfaces.
2003-06-19 Addonics SATA adapter to support 150MBps
Addonics Technologies has released what it claims is the first solution to support SATA's 150MBps transfer rate with its CardBus SATA adapter.
2007-02-01 802.11n chip touts extended range
Ralink Technology Corp. is jumping into the 802.11n game with a Draft 2.0-compliant chipset it claims handily beats early movers in the market at extended ranges.
2006-06-02 1394b chipset doubles data speed between PCs, peripherals
Agere Systems has developed a chipset that supports the 1394b interface, enabling designers to double the speed of data transport between computers and 1394b peripherals.
2004-11-16 WLANs are jump-starting cognitive radio
CR techniques can be expanded in an evolutionary way to achieve the full promise of wireless communications.
2002-09-05 WLAN processor reduces power consumption by 10x
Texas Instruments' TNETW1100B WLAN processor, designed to provide 802.11b connectivity with up to a ten-fold reduction in standby mode power consumption than competing chipsets for notebook PCs, PDAs, and cellphones.
2002-11-27 Wipro licenses WLAN IP to ABC
Advanced Broadband Communications has licensed Wipro Ltd's dual mode 802.11 MAC core, which will be integrated into a chip that ABC plans to design and produce.
2006-06-20 Wi-Fi reference design offers interference resistance
Ralink announced that its 802.11g solution with MIMO XR is used in Rotani's Wi-Fi access point reference design that makes any 802.11 WLAN interference-resistant.
2002-03-01 Western Digital external FireWire HDD spins 7,200rpm
The company has announced the availability of its 120GB WD FireWire external HDD that boasts of a rotation speed of 7,200rpm.
2003-03-18 SiS rolls first WLAN chip
Taiwan's Silicon Integrated Systems has unveiled its first wireless LAN chip, fielding a MAC for 802.11b networks.
2005-06-03 Reference design accelerates 802.11g WiFi product development
SiGe Semiconductor announced that Broadcom has selected the SE2528L RangeCharger power amplifier for its 54g wireless LAN reference design
2002-01-30 Pulse LAN magnetic module offers 2.24mm height
With a height of 2.24mm, the H0026 is claimed to be the industry's smallest IEEE-compliant, five-core design for surface-mount 10/100 LAN magnetic modules.
2007-04-30 Power amp cuts system-level cost in Wi-Fi apps
SiGe Semiconductor announced the SE2582L, a power amplifier based on an integrated architecture that boosts power efficiency, reduces system-level cost and optimizes performance of Wi-Fi systems.
2007-10-30 PLX debuts PCI-to-USB 2.0 controller
PLX Technology's NET 2282 is claimed to be the industry's first PCI-to-USB peripheral controller optimized for converting PCI-based designs to Hi-Speed USB 2.0 products.
2004-11-23 NetSilicon extends NET+ARM microprocessor family
NetSilicon announced the expansion of its NET+ARM microprocessor family to include its new NS9360.
2004-09-09 Module makers take sides in bitter UWB battle
The race to market ultrawideband-enabled devices will accelerate this week when Freescale Semiconductor Inc. announces three companies that will develop Mini-PCI modules incorporating Freescale's UWB technology for use in TVs, media servers and storage devices.
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