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2008-12-01 Save power with on-off keying
Amplitude shift-keying is a popular modulation technique in digital data comms. A further simplification of this method is on-off keying, as this article explains.
2007-08-28 UHF RF transceiver draws less than 3mA in RX mode
Semtech Corp. has released the SX1211, a UHF RF transceiver, which the company says offers the industry's lowest receiver (RX) current consumption of
2013-04-01 A*STAR, Fujikura demo 40-60Gb/s silicon optical modulators
The devices claim to feature advanced multi-level modulation formats for high speed long-haul data transmission
2005-09-21 Terminal lets you drive RF signal generator
Based on a temperature-compensated crystal oscillator, Signal Forge's new signal generator handles FM, AM and arbitrary modulation
2010-06-09 RF IC delivers 1,024KBps over 5m at <1mW
IMEC demonstrated an RF transceiver that is capable of sending 1,024KBps over 5m while consuming less than 1mW.
2009-08-11 UHF transceiver, receiver up radio operating cycle
Semtech Corp. has added the SX1212 UHF transceiver and SX1213 UHF receiver to its RF product line, which is claimed to offer the lowest receive current consumption.
2004-07-16 Rolling data codes and fast oscillator trigger remote keyless entry
A common application for simple RF data transmission is the remote keyless entry system found in most vehicles today.
2009-08-21 Fujitsu, Furukawa push optical networks
Fujitsu Optical Components Ltd and Furukawa Electric Co. will jointly develop 40- and 100Gbit/s integrated receivers for optical networks.
2013-05-31 A*STAR claims optical modulator faster than Ethernet
A*STAR IME researchers have developed an affordable silicon-based optical modulator that would enable 50 per cent faster download speed than Ethernet.
2009-08-12 I'm OOK. You're OOK?
This application note describes ASK/OOK techniques, and outlines implementations of ASK/OOK receivers using RF power detectors and a few discrete components.
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