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2006-01-11 ZigBee modules extend to sensor-based products
Jennic has announced the availability of a new range of IEEE802.15.4 / ZigBee modules enabling rapid development of wireless sensor based products.
2006-02-27 WiFi chipset claims smallest footprint
Nanoradio's first generation NRX700WiFi chipset for portable electronic devices features a total die size of 20mm2.
2006-02-15 WEDGE chipset targets total BOM of under $100
Broadcom announced the availability of its CellAirity multimedia mobile phone product which is designed to enable manufacturers to develop handsets with leading-edge 3G functionality at 2G price points.
2006-01-18 Variable gain amplifier takes aim at wireless infrastructure
ADI announced an analog-control variable-gain amplifier that is optimized for linearity in wireless infrastructure applications, such as cellular base station radio transceivers.
2006-03-10 Tuner leads DTV specs race
Microtune's MT2131 silicon tuners for DTV integrates an analog terrestrial, digital terrestrial, and digital cable tuner in a single 7-by-7mm IC.
2006-03-23 Transceiver targets power line communications
STMicroelectronics has announced a new power line transceiver for narrowband power line communications designed for space constrained and cost-sensitive home and building automation applications and remote monitoring systems.
2006-04-17 Transceiver promises to improve reception for CDMA2000
Qualcomm Inc. reports that it is designing the industry's first single-chip CDMA2000 RF CMOS transceiver with integrated receive diversity and simultaneous-GPS.
2006-03-15 Transceiver extends 433MHz range
Radiometrix introduced a narrow band transceiver module which is optimized for low-power, making it well suited for low power apps where existing single frequency wideband UHF modules lack sufficient range.
2006-04-21 Transceiver enables active RFID
The EV5041 from e-vision is a single chip ASK/FSK/BPSK UHF transceiver for active RFID applications.
2007-01-03 Testing solutions roll for RF conducted immunity
AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation has unveiled two complete testing solutions for RF conducted immunity testing that are both fully self-contained in a single rack.
2006-04-07 Sub-1GHz transceiver tailored for ZigBee apps
ZMD announced what it touts as the industry's only commercially available sub-1GHz transceiver designed for ZigBee technology and applications.
2006-03-15 Self-calibrating EMI receiver spans 20Hz to 18GHz
AR Worldwide Receiver Systems has introduced the CER2018 receiver, an EMI test solution that self-calibrates on-demand at every frequency scan.
2006-03-09 RFID software gets enhancements
Cape Systems Group announced the release of Version 2.06 of its RFID Tag Locator software designed for RFID tag placement analysis and pallet-reading optimization.
2006-05-01 RFID readers streamlined for embedded designs
SkyeTek has announced five new RFID reader products in its Advanced Universal Reader Architecture line.
2006-02-20 RFIC and system-design simulators link
Xpedion announced an interface to Simulink from The MathWorks to couple system-level and transistor-level simulation for RF design.
2006-04-28 RF switches suit automated test platforms
National Instruments announced its PXI and SCXI RF multiplexing switch modules that route signals ranging from DC to 5GHz for communications test applications.
2006-03-27 RF power detector handles WiFi, WiMAX apps
Linear Technology reports that its LTC5533 dual-channel RF power detector is the first in the industry to reach the 11GHz range, making it suitable for multi-band WiFi, WiMAX and other radio applications.
2006-04-24 RF front ends support DAB and T-DMB applications
Atmel has announced the availability of two front-end devices for DAB and T-DMB applications.
2006-03-07 RF design toolkit expands model selection
XMOD Technologies has announced the release of version 2.6 of the HiCUM Master toolkit, which is designed to address the needs of the SiGe BiCMOS market.
2006-03-01 Receiver targets HD DTV signals
Vativ Technologies announced the VTV2320, a high-definition multimedia interface chip that enables the connection of three independent HDMI inputs to a DTV.
2006-04-27 PA manages to boost standard, EDR Bluetooth signals
SiGe Semiconductor has extended its RangeCharger IC product line with the SE2425U power amplifier for Bluetooth.
2006-02-06 Multi-band CMOS cellular transceiver integrates LNA
Quorum's new multi-band CMOS chips cover seven bands, including all 3GPP frequency bands as well as 800MHz and 1,700MHz.
2006-02-02 LNAs support satcom, radio systems
Mimix expanded its product line of gallium arsenide monolithic microwave IC low noise amplifiers with three new amps.
2006-03-30 LNA claims industry first for GPS
STMicroelectronics has expanded its family of silicon monolithic microwave IC amplifiers with a single-chip product designed for use in electronic devices embedding a GPS function.
2006-04-19 HSDPA chipset improves transmission
Agere Systems developed a receiver technology that aims to improve data connectivity and call quality for mobile handsets operating over HSDPA-capable 3G/W-CDMA networks.
2006-02-21 GPS receiver claims lowest power
Atmel and u-blox announced the availability of their ATR0630 GPS receiver for the ANTARIS 4 product generation.
2006-03-23 GPS module streamlines portable designs
Trimble introduced the Copernicus GPS module that measures 19-by-19mm and is 2.43mm high.
2006-02-20 GPS functionality shrinks for mobile phones
SiRF Technology Holdings Inc. announced a tiny receiver A-GPS chip, the GSCi-5000, optimized to address the space and cost constraints of cellular handsets.
2006-03-06 Gigabit Ethernet PHY breaks the logjam
Vitesse Semiconductor Corp. announced the 600mW VSC8601 and VSC8641 GbE PHYs.
2006-03-17 GaAs switches handle high power for WiMAX
M/A-COM has announced two RoHS-compliant switches that are optimized for WiMAX or MESH applications.
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