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2004-05-06 VeriWave fields test system for WLANs
VeriWave has introduced hardware and software that tests WLAN conformance and reliability at all stages of system development.
2003-07-31 UWB wireless standard effort continues breakneck pace
The IEEE 802.15.3a working group maintained its breakneck pace when it took up the MBOA's proposal for a multi-band, frequency-hopping UWB implementation.
2004-03-24 UWB group remains deadlocked
For the fourth consecutive time, the IEEE 802.15.3a task group on ultra-wideband technology failed to break a protracted deadlock.
2004-09-10 UWB ecosystem grows with wireless FireWire, foundry deals
The multiband-OFDM version of ultrawideband communications continues to gather momentum with Alereon partnering with Jazz Semiconductor for a WirelessUSB transceiver.
2004-09-06 UWB camp forms SIG, finalizes physical-layer spec
The Multiband-OFDM Alliance has formed a special interest group (SIG) to develop technical specifications based on its version of ultrawideband high-rate, short-range wireless communications.
2005-02-07 Unlicensed and unplugged
Advanced wireless signal processing and other technology now manage interference in the unlicensed bands, improve signal-to-noise ratios and lower costs
2005-09-01 Ultrawideband chip tackles video distribution
General Atomics expands UWB options with its new Aspen chip.
2003-12-09 TI, STMicro offer modular CDMA 1x chipset
Texas Instruments and STMicroelectronics have jointly announced an open, modular cdma2000 1x chipset that they believe will drive innovation and differentiation in what has to date been a relatively closed market dominated by Qualcomm.
2002-05-22 TI updates DSP emulator to support video rates
Heeding the demands of some wireless- and video-focused DSP customers, Texas Instruments Inc. has updated its aged JTAG emulator platform with a new version that features a 2MBps data link and supports code-download rates of 0.5MBps.
2004-11-18 TI tunes 850MHz DSP for Chinese basestation spec
Texas Instruments Inc. is taking aim at China's TD-SCDMA base station market with an 850MHz digital signal processor that will improve network coverage and signal clarity while enabling video delivery and real-time videoconferencing, the company said.
2008-03-04 TI shifts focus to medical, energy, safety apps
TI intends to go after the medical, energy and safety markets with a laser-sharp focus on low-power processing and advanced analog/mixed-signal building blocks.
2002-12-11 TI rolls out low-cost 300MHz DSPs
Reinforcing its stated goal of bringing high-performance digital signal processing to the masses, Texas Instruments Inc. has introduced two low-power, 300MHz DSPs with dual multiply-accumulate units at a starting price of $5.
2004-01-27 TI rolls complete EDGE reference design
Texas Instruments Inc. has corralled into a single reference design all the parts necessary for a complete EDGE-enabled smart phone.
2003-02-06 TI rolls 3G chipsets for handsets, basestations
Texas Instruments has launched two lines of 3G UMTS RF and baseband chipsets, one for handsets and one for basestations.
2004-03-16 TI reference design eyes EDGE in network
Texas Instruments Inc. has assembled a reference design with all the parts needed to build a mobile phone for EDGE networks with an integrated Bluetooth capability.
2004-07-01 TI pushes the limits of low power in three DSPs
Three new parts in TI's C5000 DSP lineup are the first standard products to implement the company's full bag of power-management tricks, the company said.
2002-04-18 TI pays $26.8M for Ditech's echo-cancellation unit
Texas Instruments Inc. has acquired the Telinnovation echo-cancellation software unit of Ditech Communications Corp. for $26.8 million, and plans to combine it with its own voice-optimized DSPs and Telogy voice-over-packet software line.
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.
2004-01-26 TI builds 1GHz DSP in 90nm process
Setting marks in DSP speed and process geometry, Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) is sampling a 1GHz device built in a 90nm process.
2009-12-10 Test module handles USB triggering, analysis
Tektronix has released the DPO4USB module for triggering and analysis on USB serial buses, which it claims to be the first for bench oscilloscopes under $10,500.
2007-08-29 System, IC teardowns critical to 'business intelligence'
Teardowns of ICs and systems have moved from being a hobby or a back-room skunks works activity to being a critical part of the electronics company's "business intelligence."
2006-05-29 Stock option shell game investigated
The news that Vitesse Semiconductor was being investigated sparked some issues on the way stock options were handed out in the electronics industry.
2004-06-07 Startup's dual-radio IC opens door to roaming
Quorum Systems believes its QC2530 could upend today's coverage model of high-cost basestations for every square mile.
2003-11-12 Startup rolls test gear for wireless LANS
Touting scalability, repeatability and analysis, Azimuth Systems will launch a test gear suite that will fill the requirements of WLAN systems in a laboratory.
2005-09-16 Startup integrates DVB-T tuner tasks
RF Magic Inc. has taken all the circuitry required for a DVB-T tuner and integrated it onto an 8mm x 8mm QFN-lead IC.
2004-09-02 Startup Berkna builds all-CMOS GSM transceiver
Berkna believes its new all-CMOS single-chip transceiver will address the power, performance, space, cost and multimode flexibility requirements of GSM handsets.
2004-05-31 StarCore DSP core gets mobile media upgrade
StarCore LLC has equipped the latest version of its digital signal processor architecture with 25 new instructions.
2003-04-01 SR Telecom buys Netro despite MMDS stagnation
SR Telecom Inc. has acquired Netro Corp. for $121 million in a deal that gives SR Telecom access to Netro's Project Angel and AirStar fixed wireless access technology in the licensed 3.5GHz band.
2008-12-30 Spotlight on energy harvesting
While it would be convenient to say energy harvesting's rise is tied directly to the "green" movement, it really results from a confluence of factors: Device output voltage is increasing, power-management circuits have lower losses and higher efficiency, and ICs that actually do the intelligent work and data transmission are operating at ever-decreasing voltage and power levels.
2008-06-30 Space project pushes Microchip engineers to extreme
What started out as an innocent call about their company's line of MCUs, locked a small cadre of Microchip Technology Inc. engineers into a multiyear, space-based design project that would push the boundaries of their professional knowledge and flexibility.
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