Global Sources
EE Times-Asia
Stay in touch with EE Times Asia
EE Times-Asia > Advanced Search > IGRS

IGRS Search results

?
?
total search7 articles
2006-10-16 China home networking spec rolling
A China home networking technology is gaining traction in the market, spurring its designers to pursue it as an international standard and to encourage the input of multinationals.
2003-10-07 Tiring of royalties, China seeks compression spec for video
China is pushing to define a homegrown A/V compression technology that would rival MPEG-4 and H.264.
2008-04-28 SMIC-ASTRI team yields dual-mode UWB MAC ASIC
SMIC and ASTRI have collaborated to provide the world's first dual-mode UWB MAC IC using SMIC's 0.13?m mix-mode CMOS technology.
2005-01-03 PC, net marriage to drive standards push
Integration of communications capabilities within computing devices propels new technologies that will drive industry growth.
2007-01-01 Handhelds, autos focus on consumer experience
As new portable devices emerge, the attention shifts to wireless connectivity, storage, audio and portable-related technologies as well as power consumption and interference hurdles.
2004-05-25 China promoting its own interoperability spec
China is moving ahead with an effort to promote a homegrown standard for interoperability among electronics devices in the home, apparently undeterred by its latest clash with the U.S. concerning a proprietary wireless networking standard known as WAPI.
2007-01-01 China gears up for more innovative design
Although there is still a lot of work to be done in mainland China's R&D sector, there has been remarkable progress especially in the communication and consumer electronics front.
Bloggers Say

Bloggers Say

See what engineers like you are posting on our pages.

?
?
Back to Top