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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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2013-07-22 Access control market merges legacy, new technologies
The global multi-technology reader market was worth an estimated $33 million in 2012, up from $30 million in 2011, according to the latest access control research from IMS Research.
2009-04-30 3G connectivity powers CE, ultramobile apps
IMS Research estimates that in 2008, suppliers shipped over 3.5 million 3G-enabled devices with over 80 percent of these deployed in Europe. By 2014, IMS Research forecasts annual shipment volume of wireless wide area network-enabled devices at 90 million units.
2010-07-13 3D cracks consumer electronics market
IMS Research estimates that 5.99 million 3D TV sets will ship worldwide in 2010 and over 218 million will ship cumulatively from 2010 to 2015.
2012-06-13 2012 GaN MOCVD shipment forecast gets downgrade
IMS Research has adjusted down its forecast for GaN metal organic chemical vapor deposition shipments for 2012, from 342 systems to 281.
2010-09-23 2010 TV Innovation Awards deadline for entries fast approaching
The deadline for nominations for IMS Research's 2010 TV Innovation Awards is October 15, 2010
2008-01-14 ZTE, Libyan telco to deploy first WiMAX net in Africa
ZTE has signed a framework agreement with Libya Telecom & Technology to help build a large-scale WiMAX 802.16e commercial network in Africa.
2009-01-20 Will Wi-Fi reign supreme?
It's UMA/GAN technology that makes Wi-Fi a RAN technology, extending the mobile network over IP. Here's why Wi-Fi is poised to become the highest-performance, lowest-cost, indoor RAN technology on the market.
2011-08-18 WiFi to push combination IC shipments
The global market for wireless combination ICs is forecast to grow by almost 24 percent this year resulting from increasing WiFi attach rate.
2012-10-08 Wearable device market sees high growth
By 2016, IHS predicted that the number of available wearable devices will grow to somewhere between 39 million and potentially 171 million.
2006-09-20 WCDMA to drive mobile capex, study says
Though GSM is the dominant cellular technology, WCDMA will account for the lion's share of capital investment by mobile operators in 2012, said an ABI Research study.
2013-12-19 Voice over LTE, putting its money where its mouth is
The success of the rollout of VoLTE depends on how it delivers on the "promise of LTE by providing a service that replicates all the features of traditional voice" and how it is better from OTT VoIP apps.
2009-07-10 Voice over LTE faces deployment issues
The Voice-over-LTE via Generic Access (VoLGA) development is at the heart of a divisive issue for mobile operators as they plan LTE deployments.
2011-08-10 VOD, OTT to top $31.1B in 2016
Faster bandwidth and increasing fixed in-home devices will boost the marker for OTT and VOD among pay-TV operators.
2012-03-29 User interface going toward embedded vision?
Embedded vision is in fact a "classic long-tail story," said Jeff Bier of the Embedded Vision Alliance. "There are thousands of applications; and its market is extremely diverse," he added.
2006-11-30 Under circuit void makes thinnest chips
The Institute for Microelectronics Stuttgart has developed a method to create IC die that are just 20?m thick, claiming them as the world's thinnest silicon chips.
2008-10-03 Uncovering the Cdv/dt shoot-through
During a fast commutation in a half-bridge topology, a temporary short circuit can happen. This event is called Cdv/dt shoot-through. This is linked to a fast voltage variation across one of the two MOSFETs.
2011-02-03 Tyco Electronics' Nevalo solution aids lighting suppliers
The Nevalo system takes the technical complexity out of the LED design and manufacturing process, thus helping lighting fixture suppliers mix and match the right components to create new LED lightings.
2012-04-19 Tumbling prices push PV suppliers to switch tactics
As prices fall by more than 70 percent, suppliers are now reducing their in-house manufacturing and purchasing more wafers from third-party suppliers.
2009-03-03 TSMC details litho roadmap, taps maskless
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd has detailed it lithography roadmap and said it is still backing maskless technology at the SPIE Advanced Lithography conference.
2012-08-30 TSMC added to multibeam mask writer development group
The collaborative program aims to develop multibeam electron-beam mask-writer for use in advanced mask lithography applications below 10-nm.
2006-06-19 TriQuint unveils multiport GaAs switches
TriQuint's new multiport switches are targeted at high-reliability applications such as electronic warfare signal receivers and wideband communications systems.
2008-04-02 TI loads A-GPS, Bluetooth, ULP, FM on one chip
TI is launching at week's CTIA wireless conference the NaviLink 6.0, said to be the first chip to integrate A-GPS, Bluetooth 2.1 and ULP, as well as FM capability.
2011-06-03 TI joins Embedded Vision Alliance
TI has announced its membership to the Embedded Vision Alliance, an industry collaboration that aims to enable rapid growth of computer vision in embedded systems.
2006-04-05 TI converges on Bluetooth, WLAN and FM audio
Texas Instruments has started sampling to selected mobile phone designers a device that integrates mobile WLAN, Bluetooth and FM stereo audio in one chip.
2011-03-18 The revolutionary opportunities of Bluetooth low energy
Bluetooth is rapidly approaching saturation point as the ultimate means of data transfer for portable devices and features in approximately 80 percent of all mobile handsets worldwide.
2014-04-23 The key to improving wearable medical electronics
An essential component of wearable technologies is the power source which usually comes in the form of a battery.
2007-10-30 Test tool 'first' to validate IPTV QoE on IPv6 nets
Agilent Technologies claims its N2X multiservices test solution is the industry's first test solution for validating IPTV service quality for thousands of subscribers on IPv6 network architectures.
2011-09-20 Telematics: A driving force in the auto market
Automakers must take into account the content and connectivity needs of their consumers.
2008-02-11 Telecom players urge for convergent, rich communications
A group of operators, infrastructure and device vendors announced a joint effort aimed to facilitate the evolution of mobile communication towards interoperable, convergent and rich communication.
2005-07-15 Survey says next-gen voice equipment market to hit $5.8 billion by 2008
Service providers and telecommunications carriers have eagerly adopted next-generation voice over IP (VoIP) technologies, and the trend is likely to continue over the next few years, according to a new survey from Infonetics research.
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