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What is the ISM band?
The industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) radio bands were originally reserved internationally for the use of RF electromagnetic fields for industrial, scientific and medical purposes other than communications.

In general, your communications designs must be able to handle interference in from ISM equipment. The ISM bands are defined by the ITU-R in 5.138, 5.150, and 5.280 of the Radio Regulations.
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2009-05-15 High speed Bluetooth ready for wider market
The recent announcement that the Bluetooth SIG has formally adopted Bluetooth high speed with 802.11 provides an opportunity for Bluetooth to diversify into new markets and broaden the technology's appeal.
2010-08-20 Growth seen to continue in automotive electronics market
Databeans sees automotive electronics market to reach $21 billion in five years
2012-07-03 Growth continues for power semiconductor market
Power semiconductor market continues to grow despite facing difficult business climate.
2013-01-23 Growing digital power market to quadruple by 2017
The market for digital power supplies is projected to grow to almost $12.5 billion in 2017 and is projected to grow at a faster rate as they are used in the end-equipment at board level.
2010-01-20 GPS uptake in handsets hits roadblocks
The GPS and location industry faces a second wave of design challenges, which will greatly alter the competitive landscape and the resulting services that can be successfully offered.
2013-06-14 Global relay market to rebound this year
IHS revealed that the world market for electro-mechanical and solid-state relays contracted by $125 million, or 3.6 per cent, to about $3.35 billion in 2012.
2008-06-20 GaN transistors roll from TriQuint Semiconductor
TriQuint Semiconductor has released the first of its gallium nitride power transistors for a wide range of high frequency applications including mobile base station, defense and space communications systems.
2012-06-04 Freescale pushes wireless recharge tech
Freescale Semiconductor has crafted three reference designs enabling any tablet, smartphone or other mobile devices to be wirelessly recharged.
2008-09-10 Freescale positions LED backlight driver for notebooks, FPDs
Freescale Semiconductor is now sampling the first LED backlight product in its power management IC portfolio.
2010-10-05 Freescale demonstrates HEG reference platform at Metering Europe
Freescale has just demonstrated a Home Energy Gateway (HEG) reference platform at the Metering Europe conference. The platform is intended for smart grid applications.
2006-08-16 For carriers, IPTV poses new challenges
The flexibility of IP delivery will make traditional RF broadcasting a thing of the past. But even as operators tackle the technical challenges that IPTV presents, they are entering a whole new world of content choices.
2004-01-16 Fingerprint sensors score in handsets
Authentec is looking to build momentum in mobile applications with the EntrePad AES2500, a fingerprint sensor and a navigation device on a handset.
2007-03-30 Femtocells pose threat to VoWi-Fi deployment
Tatara Systems and picoChip will collaborate on and jointly market all-IP solutions for the femtocell market, adding momentum to a growing femtocell market that could impact cellular-handset-based VoWi-Fi.
2008-03-14 Femtocells market could hit $1.5B market in 2012
The emerging femtocell market represents could reach $1.5 billion in 2012, according to market research group Forward Concepts.
2007-07-26 Femtocells challenge Wi-Fi dominance in the home
Femtocells represent the first real challenge to the increasing dominance of Wi-Fi routers in the home.
2013-06-06 Ethernet adoption in process automation sees two-fold growth
Although the process industry is known to be slow in adopting new technologies, industrial Ethernet adoption in some areas is beginning to overtake fieldbus as the mainstream networking technology.
2011-05-26 Enhanced LEDs boost 'green' display energy efficiency
Low-power displays continue to enjoy an overall economic advantage, thanks to improving LED efficiency achieved through enhanced internal quantum and light extraction efficiencies and new technologies.
2013-02-15 Embedded vision to drive new wave of mobile devices
Imaging has decidedly become a hot topic among a diverse world of system engineers including those who build automotive, mobile handsets, tablets, PCs, digital TVs or medical devices.
2011-06-02 Embedded group welcomes more vendor-members
More chipmakers have joined the Embedded Vision Alliance, a new group that hopes to educate companies on the potential of embedded vision and enable the industry to share ideas and best practices.
2014-01-14 Ecrio, GCT to integrate VoLTE into 4G chipsets
The companies expanded their collaboration to integrate Ecrio FlexIMS based VoLTE on GCT's 4G LTE chipsets.
2002-05-21 Economics hold industry back from plunge into 90nm
Industry experts gazing at the 90nm process node don't like what they see.
2009-06-12 Don't kiss UWB goodbye
Despite many declarations 'UWB is dead,' recently it feels as though support is starting to grownot just from those pushing the technology, but also from independent industry experts and device manufacturers.
2011-09-15 Dialog enters low-power wireless market
The company has unveiled DECT ULE-based devices that feature Internet connectivity and backward compatibility.
2011-02-14 Dialog enters connectivity market with Sitel buy
With the SiTel acquisition, Dialog's technology portfolio will include short-range wireless connectivity and VoIP while its addressable market will cover high-growth wireless personal portable devices.
2005-07-05 Danaher acquires Leica for $550 million
Diversified conglomerate Danaher Corp. has entered the semiconductor equipment and other markets by announcing on Friday (July 1) that it has acquired Germany's Leica Microsystems AG from LM Investments for about 450 million euros ($550 million).
2004-05-11 CSR, Symbian results cheer mobile sector
First quarter results from two U.K.-based wireless companies indicate that the sector is picking up steam.
2007-12-05 CSR brings Bluetooth to Ford cars
CSR says that its BlueCore4-ROM Bluetooth silicon features in Ford's in-car communications and entertainment system called SYNC.
2002-11-29 Credence to acquire Optonics
Credence Systems Corp. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Optonics Inc.
2009-11-16 Contactless payments pick up post-recession
Companies that managed the economic downturn well are starting to invest in new technologies such as contactless payment.
2013-01-31 Conquering EMI challenges in automotives
The issues on radiated emissions and other electro-magnetic disturbances have to be addressed if Ethernet is going to be considered by the automotive manufacturers.
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