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What is a wireless home digital interface (WHDI)?
The Wireless Home Digital Interface (WHDI) is a consumer electronic industry initiative to set a standard specification for wireless high-definition connectivity within and throughout the home. WHDI aims for wireless uncompressed HD video delivery through
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2010-02-02 'Smallest' triaxial accelerometer handles 2g-16g
Bosch has released the BMA220 triaxial digital accelerometer, claimed to be the smallest at 2mm x 2mm x 0.98mm, a 55 percent reduction in surface area over current 3mm x 3mm LGA housings.
2008-05-06 'Smallest' solar array simulator delivers up to 1,200W
Agilent Technologies has unveiled a modular solar array simulator that offers up to 1200W power in the smallest package (2U high).
2008-07-24 'Smallest' SAW duplexers, filters work with W-CDMA bands
Fujitsu Media Devices has unveiled what it touts to be smallest SAW duplexers for W-CDMA mobile phones and SAW filters for GSM technology, using a hermetic seal structure.
2008-12-08 'Smallest' lens driver rolls for autofocus cameras
Maxim Integrated Products has released the MAX14515, a DC/AC liquid lens driver for autofocus camera modules.
2008-06-25 'Smallest' GPS receiver has dual-antenna input
SiGe Semiconductor Inc. has released the SE4150L GPS radio receiver featuring dual-antenna input capability for next-generation GPS systems.
2008-08-14 'Smallest' audio device generates highest output power
Maxim has launched MAX9877, the industry's smallest audio subsystem. It provides high-efficiency, high-power, mono Class D speaker amplifier; a DirectDrive, stereo headphone amplifier; and a low-noise, bypass analog switch.
2006-12-27 'Smallest' 1.8V UARTs run at 5Mbps
Touted to be the industry's smallest, NXP's standalone 1.8V UART family runs at 5Mbps and features a 128byte FIFO.
2006-09-07 'Signoff quality' timing tool rolls for 65/45nm designs
Cadence Design Systems introduced the Encounter Timing System, described as a "signoff-quality" timing product for nanometer SoC design.
2007-10-05 'Nano' MEMS roll for consumer, industrial markets
STMicroelectronics has introduced a new generation of 'nano' MEMS sensors that promise provide complete output flexibility and embedded smart features, meeting the demand for miniaturized motion-sensing solutions in the consumer and industrial markets.
2009-02-04 'My Wi-Fi' to enable traveling PANs
Intel Corp. wants to connect millions of Wi-Fi-enabled devices by building a wireless access point called My Wi-Fi into Centrino 2-equipped notebook PCs, establishing a personal area network (PAN) that travels with users.
2007-11-15 'Green' silicon ink prints cheaper RFID tags
Kovio claimed that RFID tags using its 'green' silicon ink will drop Kovio's price from 15 cents today to 5 cents by 2008, when Kovio begins volume production of its inkjet-printed RFID tags.
2009-03-06 'First' quarter-inch image sensors integrate EDoF
STMicroelectronics has introduced the market's first quarter-inch optical format, 3Mpixel raw Bayer sensors with integrated Extended-Depth-of-Field (EDoF) capabilities. The image sensors offer an alternative to auto-focus camera solutions.
2006-06-06 'First' 8051-based MCU with nonvolatile FRAM
Ramtron has launched the VRS51L3074, touted to be the market's first 8051-based MCU with nonvolatile ferroelectric RAM.
2009-01-23 'First' 1Gbit XDR DRAM boasts 7.2GHz speed
Elpida Memory Inc. has introduced what it claims is the industry's first 1Gbit XDR DRAM based on x32bit configuration. The XDR product features a speed of 7.2GHz, which is faster than any GDDR5 memory chip.
2008-08-27 'Fastest' module graphics engine now ready for testing
The Kontron ETXexpress-690 Computer-on-Module, the newest and fastest Kontron COM Express module graphics engine built around high-end embedded chipset, is now available for evaluation.
2005-03-30 'Failsafe' clocking mechanism offers clock switchover
Micrel's new clock multiplexer ICs feature runt-pulse elimination and Fail Safe Input circuitry.
2007-06-15 'Digital self' reaches out from the digital home
Today's digital home is giving way to a new 'digital self' who is all about enriching what's in the home and bringing it into the outside world.
2006-12-20 'Card' server streams content to devices
Agere Systems' screenless, credit card-size mobile content server lets consumers access, back up and share digital content among multiple devices in a peer-to-peer mode over the Internet.
2002-12-02 "Divide and conquer" prevents errors on hosts and targets
This "divide and conquer" error prevention strategy makes correcting any remaining hardware-related issues much easier because all potential software errors have been diagnosed and corrected.
2012-03-26 $45 Singapore-made tablet to be used in India
The educational device is a stripped-down version of a commercial tablet and although it has no operating system, it contains interactive math programs for fourth graders.
2005-05-25 $240 PCI drop-in is GPIB controller
Once installed in a host PC, the PCI-3488 IEEE-488 controller card from Adlink can control up to 14 IEEE-488.2-compatible instruments, with high throughput, as these graphs reflect
2012-08-02 $125 MIPS-based Jelly Bean tablet rolls in India
Karbonn Mobile India's tablet features Android 4.1 that claims to be the lowest cost tablet on the market featuring the latest OS.
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