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What is DVB-H?
Digital video broadcasting-handheld (DVB-H) is a technical specification for bringing broadcast services to handheld receivers. DVB-H was formally adopted as ETSI standard EN 302 304 in November 2004.
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2004-12-13 Too many radios, too little cell space
Cellphone makers are about to find out how many radios they can squeeze into a handset.
2006-03-08 TI highlights DaVinci-based designs at IIC-China
At this year's IIC-China, Texas Instruments' booth showcased end products from third party developers, including the TI Da Vinci-based reference design from Union Ingenient.
2005-03-28 TI executive believes mobile DTV represents business opportunity
Mobile digital broadcast TV (DTV) represents an enormous yet largely untapped opportunity for the wireless ecosystem, said Doug Rasor, Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) VP and manager for worldwide strategic marketing, at the NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) Futures Summit.
2009-02-18 Testing an OFDM-based MIMO system
This article looks at a few key parameters and the tests needed to tell how an OFDM-based MIMO system is performing.
2004-09-07 Tektronix, Vqual deliver next-gen video standards tools
Tektronix Inc. has signed an agreement with Vqual Ltd, a U.K.-based video software developer, to develop and market software solutions.
2004-09-09 Tektronix tools target next-gen video compression
Tektronix's new software-based analyzer gives users the ability to investigate compressed video data that's been encoded using various video standards.
2006-08-23 Taiwan's Unichip unveils SoC IP blocks
As design cycles for consumer electronics gear and communications devices quicken, Taiwan design services companies have been bolstering their IP offerings to round out basic SoC platforms into which clients plug a proprietary block.
2006-10-02 Taiwan design firms boost SoC IP offerings
As design cycles for consumer electronics gear and communications devices quicken, Taiwan design companies have been bolstering their IP offerings to round out basic SoC platforms into which clients plug a proprietary block.
2007-03-29 Symbian supports ARM Cortex in smartphones
Symbian has ported its mobile OS to ARM's Cortex-A8 processor, which is running on Texas Instruments' OMAP3430 applications processor.
2007-12-03 Step-down converters rev up efficiency
Given the importance of battery life to end products' market success, step-down converter manufacturers are employing a wide array of schemes to maximize the efficiency of their devices in light load.
2006-07-01 Startups push for WiMAX cellphone
Two silicon startups are designing a combined media access controller and PHY chip that will work with third-party WiMAX RF chips.
2007-09-13 Startup fields universal mobile TV chip
Startup MediaPhy Corp. has launched on Sept. 12 what the company calls an "all CMOS single-die worldwide mobile TV chip designed to work with three different mobile TV standards.
2005-02-18 ST abandons GSM baseband chip development
STMicroelectronics disclosed Tuesday (Feb. 15) that it has abandoned a major effort to develop a second-generation GSM baseband chipset.
2006-08-09 Solution targets digital terrestrial broadcast-capable phones
Renesas Technology has announced two tunable antenna varicap diodes for digital terrestrial broadcast capable portable and mobile terminals.
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."
2008-01-08 Siano extends mobile TV coverage to Japan, Brazil
Mobile TV chip vendor Siano Mobile Silicon Ltd has developed a receiver chip called the SMS1100 that extends Siano's multistandard capability to include the Japan and Brazil markets.
2008-02-13 Samsung unveils 65nm mobile application processor
Samsung Electronics will start sampling in May a 65nm mobile application processor targeted at smartphones and PNDs.
2007-04-13 Samsung mobile solution combines application processor, OneDRAM
Samsung Electronics announced the development of a key mobile solution that combines an application processor and OneDRAM for smartphones, PMPs and portable navigation devices.
2007-06-29 Sampling starts for 65nm multistandard mobile TV chipset
Samsung has started sampling a multistandard channel decoder and multiband RF tuner chipset made using its 65nm process.
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.
2008-10-01 Reference designs ensure TV standards compliance
Reference designs that support various digital standards help reduce development time and time to market. At the same time they ensure that constraints required for mobile receivers are met while complying with standards like Mobile and Portable DVB-T Radio Access Interface (MBRAI) and NorDig.
2006-07-01 Qualcomm's chip chief looks to 4G
Qualcomm Inc.'s Sanjay Jha sat down with EE Times' Loring Wirbel to share QCT's plans for continued domination in 3G and emerging 4G wireless.
2006-03-21 Philips, Samsung showcase mobile TV solutions at IIC-China
At the recently concluded IIC-China, Philips Semiconductor and Samsung Electronics demonstrated their respective solutions targeted at the mobile TV market.
2004-06-07 Philips' Nexperia promises on-the-go TV
Philips is joining forces with Nokia, Universal Studios Networks and Vodafone to perform what it calls a litmus test of full-scale digital broadcasting and mobile convergence services.
2004-05-03 Philips' Nexperia promises on-the-go TV
Philips Electronics N.V. is joining forces with Nokia, Universal Studios Networks and Vodafone to perform what it calls a litmus test of full-scale digital broadcasting and mobile convergence services.
2004-05-03 Philips' Nexperia promises on-the-go TV
Philips Electronics N.V. is joining forces with Nokia, Universal Studios Networks and Vodafone to perform what it calls a litmus test of full-scale digital broadcasting and mobile convergence services.
2006-06-09 Philips' new processor powers latest Cyberhome PMP
Philips announced that its Nexperia mobile multimedia processor will power Cyberhome's personal media player.
2006-08-30 Philips unveils compact DVB-T/H channel decoder
The new compact, low-power DVB-T/H channel decoder from Philips allows OEMs to make cost-effective, rapidly integrated product that can be used in any home entertainment device.
2008-08-18 Perform virtual field tests on DVB-T receivers
Virtual field testing solves the huge problem in validating the RF-performance of receivers in any organization. A variety of DVB-T transmissions across Europe's 45 countries makes in-depth field testing a major undertaking. Because of this, the Digital TV Labs Virtual Field Test Suite enables comprehensive and speedy validation of RF front-end performance.
2009-07-29 Partners develop PCTV minicard for UMPCs
MaxLinear Inc. has partnered with Hauppauge Digital to deliver an Advanced Television Systems Committee standards-based PCTV minicard for ultramobile PCs (UMPCs).
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