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2014-12-11 Cypress BLE sol'ns achieve Bluetooth 4.1 qualification
The Bluetooth Low Energy solutions integrate a Bluetooth Smart radio, a 32bit ARM Cortex-M0 core with ultra-low-power modes, programmable analogue blocks and CapSense capacitive touch-sensing.
2006-05-12 CSR, Freescale team up on Bluetooth reference designs
CSR and Freescale are collaborating to provide mobile phone makers with full-feature, high-performance, low-power Bluetooth reference designs
2014-09-17 Converting lithium-ion to primary battery
Converting a lithium-ion design to primary cells is sometimes an intermediate step in the design process. To help you accomplish this, we provide some strategies and example solutions in this article
2015-08-27 Compact BLE sol'ns support -40C to 105C operation range
Cypress' PSoC 4 BLE Programmable SoC and PRoC BLE Programmable Radio-on-Chip solutions target industrial, automotive and lighting applications that must operate in extreme climates
2005-02-16 Comms, consumer electronics lead tech trends
Mainland manufacturers eye on developing new products and solutions targeting communications and consumer devices
2007-10-17 Broadcom packs key 3G technologies in one chip
Broadcom has announced a new single-chip HSPA processor that integrates all key 3G cellular and mobile technologies on a single low-power 65nm CMOS die
2007-09-06 Atheros, TI technologies deliver video via Wi-Fi
The resulting combination of TI's DaVinci-based processor and Atheros' ROCm technology is a low-cost, low-power, high-performance platform that delivers quality video over Wi-Fi
2011-06-27 Advantages of wireless switches
Learn how switch solutions in wireless mode address the customer needs for lowered cost and installation options
2010-03-26 3G/4G Synthesizer covers 375MHz to 5.6GHz
Skyworks Solutions Inc. has launched high-performance broadband synthesizers spanning ultrawide frequency ranges from 375 MHz to 5.6GHz
2013-09-30 16GB iPhone 5s carries $199 BoM
The iPhone 5s features a 64bit apps processor, low-power Double Data Rate 3 (LPDDR3) DRAM and a novel fingerprint sensor, but with a nearly similar BoM as iPhone 5 from last year
2007-05-14 Wireless sensor network node features Zigbee support
Moteiv Corp. has taken the wraps off the latest in its Tmote product family, with the introduction of its latest wireless network node that supports Zigbee.
2007-05-01 RadioScape picks Blackfin for mobile TV platform
DAB software developer RadioScape has chosen ADI's Blackfin processor as its mobile-TV platform and will share its extensive DAB knowledge with ADI to build mobile-TV receivers.
2014-07-01 GreenPeak, USI collaborate on smart home ZigBee module
The companies developed the USI ZigBee module that integrates hardware with ZigBee to transform thermostats, motion sensors, lighting and smart plugs into interactive Smart Home ZigBee devices.
2013-03-06 Energy Micro set to release its overdue RF
It has been more than two years since the Draco product line was first announced and Energy Micro is looking to finally roll it out before the year ends.
2006-06-30 Atmel solution eases 802.15.4/ZigBee migration
Atmel has announced an 802.15.4/ZigBee solution that promises seamless migration to wireless networking for the more than 30,000 AVR-based designs.
2010-04-05 ZTE taps Qualcomm modem for CDMA2000 femtocells
ZTE and Qualcomm entered into a development agreement around femtocell technology, allowing ZTE to access Qualcomm's Femtocell Station Modem chipset to develop CDMA2000 femtocell products.
2007-09-26 Xilinx DSP design kit goes at $300
Xilinx Inc. has introduced a low-cost development platform for implementing DSP designs using the Spartan-3A DSP family of low-cost FPGAs.
2009-12-14 Wireless MCUs suit Zigbee, IPv6/6LoWPAN apps
Atmel debuts a new family of AVR wireless microcontroller devices designed for wireless applications such as Zigbee and IPv6/6LoWPAN.
2009-12-22 Wireless audio module suits home, portable apps
Kleer Inc. has released its flagship KLR3012 wireless audio module, which contains new technology to support both portable audio devices and home audio equipment.
2007-05-01 WiMedia for high-bandwidth comms
The key to the WiMedia form of UWB is that it can leverage existing markets surrounding USB, Bluetooth and IPs. WiMedia radios can support one or all of these schemes simultaneously.
2007-06-18 WiMAX RF transceiver cuts chip count, board space
Maxim Integrated Products introduced the MAX2837, a single-chip WiMAX RF transceiver in high-volume production.
2014-10-22 WiFi devices from TI guarantee WiFi interoperability
Texas Instruments revealed that its SimpleLink WiFi CC3100 and CC3200 devices, aimed at the Internet of Things, have been WiFi-certified at the chip level, ensuring easy integration into an IoT system.
2007-04-02 Wi-Fi/Bluetooth combos flood market
Wireless chipmakers have unleashed a barrage of similar-sounding products for cellular handsets that offer simultaneous support for Bluetooth and WLANs.
2013-05-17 Wi-Fi-based small cells to fine tune wireless comms market
Intended to augment wireless coverage in dense urban areas, the small cells can be used in public facilities such as malls, railway and subway stations, and on street or traffic lights, said IHS.
2011-10-12 What you should know about wireless body area networks
Wireless standards groups and the IEEE are embracing body area network (BAN) technology as it is touted as a solution for spiralling health care costs and provider shortages.
2007-07-10 Virtex-5 FPGA powers rugged embedded computing devices
Nallatech has announced the development of its new Xilinx Virtex-5 based rugged embedded computing family.
2009-10-20 VHF marine processor packs audio processing
From CML Microcircuits comes the CMX885 marine VHF baseband processor offering complete audio processing with selectable audio processing order.
2008-09-01 UWB connections extend to handsets
UWB technology uniquely offers a handset the potential to wirelessly connect peripheral devices previously reserved for wired connections. In particular, high-bandwidth connections to peripherals such as external HDD and displays require UWB's high performance level to function effectively.
2005-05-30 UWB competitor squeezes more bits through limited spectrum
Which wireless technologies do you prefer? Ultra Wideband or xMax? You decide
2005-09-16 UWB competitor squeezes more bits through limited spectrum
Hybrid technology combines aspects of narrowband carrier systems and low-powered wideband PPM
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