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What is IEEE?
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, often called eye triple-ee. It is a U.S.-based organisation of engineers, scientists and students involved in electrical, electronics and related fields. It also functions as a publishing house and standards-making body.
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2006-09-20 Solarflare demos 10GBASE-T PHY IC reaching 100m
Solarflare Communications announced that it has successfully demonstrated a 10GBASE-T PHY chip reaching 100m over an IEEE 802.3an standards-compliant Category 6A link.
2008-10-07 Solar vendors strive to lower costs amid setbacks
Amid uncertain markets and policies, solar panel makers are gearing up factories with an objective of pulling down costs to a competitive level.
2004-06-17 SOI mobility harmed by scattering, Toshiba researchers report
As silicon-on-insulator CMOS devices shrink into the ultra-thin body range, carrier mobility in fully depleted silicon-on-insulator transistors is affected adversely by scattering effects, a team of researchers based at Toshiba Corp. reported here at the IEEE 2004 Silicon Nanoelectronics Workshop.
2005-07-01 Software unsnarls embedded connections
Network links and other smart interfaces are changing the face of embedded systems design.
2012-02-17 SoC touts 5G connectivity for mobile devices
The 2.4/5GHz single-chip MAC/PHY/Radio BCM43460 is ideal for enterprise and carrier class access points, branch office routers and business class integrated services routers.
2005-12-06 SoC solution cuts time-to-market of wireless networking products
Chipcon released a true SoC IEEE 802.15.4 low power wireless sensor networking solution that also targets ZigBee solutions. This new SoC solution includes a licensed location detection hardware core from Motorola.
2002-07-30 SMSC highlights USB 2.0 solutions at ESC-Asia 2002
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2002-03-26 Sirius petition worries WLAN suppliers
A petition asking for stricter emissions controls for digital radios operating in the 2.45GHz band is heading to the comments stage, raising concerns among suppliers of fixed wireless access technology.
2008-06-24 Single-chip Zigbee IC promises low power consumption
Freescale has begun sampling the latest addition in its MC1322x single-chip IEEE 802.15.4/Zigbee family, designed to provide a highly integrated, total solution with very low power consumption.
2005-04-18 Single UWB better than dual PHY
Agreeing to the dual-PHY standard in IEEE is a choice that would saddle consumers with expensive silicon solutions.
2006-10-13 Si2 to facilitate standardization of common power format
Cadence and the Silicon Integration Initiative have agreed on Si2 facilitating standardization of the Common Power Format through the IEEE.
2003-10-01 Scheduling sporadic events in real-time systems
Finding a way to manage sporadic behavior can spell the difference between system failure and success of real time systems.
2004-06-17 SCAN90CP02 design for test features
This app note shows several SCAN90CP02 designs for test features.
2006-06-16 Scale JTAG to meet evolving embedded needs
The biggest hurdle to JTAG adoption and integration is recognizing that a strategy is needed across multiple development disciplines. Once this step has been initiated and initial adoption of ATPG support and a JTAG mux device is completed, it becomes easier to evaluate or implement additional new JTAG capabilities one small step or generation at a time.
2002-11-06 SC Precision FireWire connectors withstand up to 500Vac
SC Precision Ind. Co. Ltd's IEEE 1394 connectors feature a contact current rating of 1A and can withstand up to 500Vac.
2002-10-30 Samsung, Atheros enter co-development agreement
Samsung Electro-Mechanics Co. and Atheros Communications have collaborated to jointly develop advanced WLAN solutions.
2003-09-11 Samsung adopts XSI's chipset as UWB debate heats up
Samsung's Digital Multimedia R&D Center announced it has integrated XtremeSpectrum Inc.'s Trinity UWB chipset into its multimedia platform.
2005-12-08 Saifun presents four-bits-per-cell flash
Saifun presented their Quad NROM technology, which is said to be the first flash memory technology that can store four bits per cell.
2006-11-13 RTS intros software-only 1588 PTP implementation
Real-Time Systems recently introduced a software-only implementation of the IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol.
2006-05-29 Robots march (well, walk) in land of Disney
Humanoid robots seized the spotlight at the IEEE's recent International Conference on Robotics and Automation in Orlando, Florida.
2013-06-11 RFaxis roll out 5GHz 802.11ac RF Front-end ICs
The RFX8050x and RFX8051x family of RFeICs from RFaxis provide complete functionality for 5GHz 802.11ac operation support direct battery operation and feature a low-current, high-efficiency mode.
2002-02-21 RF Solutions PA IC targets 802.11 networks
Claimed to be the industry's first 802.11 dual-band power amplifier, the RFSP5910 single-chip power amplifier is targeted for NICs that can address both 802.11a and HiperLAN/2 at 5GHz, as well as 802.11b and 802.11g at 2.4GHz.
2012-09-28 RF power amp boasts low EVM at high power for WLAN
Microchip's 5GHz SST11CP16 supports the new IEEE 802.11ac ultra high data rate WiFi standard for 351Mb/s with 1.8 per cent error vector magnitude at 19dBM output power.
2014-06-25 RF conformance test system targets C2C applications
The R&S test system makes it possible to verify compliance with regional standards such as ETSI EN 302 571 in the EU, IEEE 802.11-2012 in the United States, or the ARIB standard in Japan.
2003-06-16 RF component vendors see uptick in military apps
Heightened security concerns have prompted many components vendors at the IEEE Microwave Technology and Techniques Symposium to tout the suitability of their parts for military and aerospace systems.
2005-05-26 RF chip targets next-gen WLANs
Metalink announced the first device in the WLANPlus family of products, the MtW8150, a single-chip RF IC that supports the MIMO antenna technology used in the IEEE 802.11n standard being developed for next-generation Wi-Fi.
2006-11-16 Revised VHDL boosts IP security
The Accellera standards organization has approved a revised version of the VHDL specification, marking a huge step forward for the design language.
2006-10-10 Revised VHDL adds IP encryption capability
Proclaiming a major step forward for the VHDL design language, the Accellera standards organization this week announced it has approved a revised version of the VHDL specification, which features Property Specification Language (PSL) assertions and IP encryption capabilities.
2002-07-04 Resonext chips to power 5GHz WLAN modules
WLAN chip developer Resonext Communications Inc. has inked a deal to supply Japanese conglomerate Taiyo Yuden with IEEE 802.11a chipsets for use in commercial and consumer platforms.
2013-04-12 Resolve wireless sensor network issues
Multichannel time-synchronised mesh networks based on 802.15.4 radios address several concerns in building wireless sensor networks.
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