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2003-09-25 SiGe Semiconductor power amp cuts space
SiGe Semiconductor Inc. has added an on-board directional coupler and power detector to its 802.11b/g WLAN power amplifier lineup.
2004-03-19 SiGe power amp seeks socket in CDMA handsets
SiGe Semiconductor Inc. has introduced a line of silicon germanium power amplifiers that it believes will break gallium arsenide devices' lock on CDMA cellphones.
2004-12-14 Siemens acquires WLAN switch vendor Chantry Networks
Wireless LAN switch vendor Chantry Networks has agreed to be acquired by Siemens Communications in a deal that complements Siemens' HiPath portfolio while adding to a shakeout in the burgeoning WLAN switch market.
2005-09-16 Server sees core of fixed-to-mobile convergence
Fixed-to-mobile convergence is well under way at the transport level, with soft switches deployed at the network crossroads.
2004-09-02 Samsung readies Philips' near-field comms for cellphones
Philips Electronics and Samsung Electronics have entered into a deal that will enable Samsung to deploy cellular devices using Philips' near-field communications chip and technology.
2004-04-20 Samsung licenses Ceva's DSP core for 3G handsets
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd will license Ceva Inc.'s X1620 DSP core to power its next-generation 3G multimedia handsets.
2003-09-11 Samsung adopts XSI's chipset as UWB debate heats up
Samsung's Digital Multimedia R&D Center announced it has integrated XtremeSpectrum Inc.'s Trinity UWB chipset into its multimedia platform.
2005-07-05 Rival camps close to deal on high-speed WLANs
The WWiSE and TGn Sync camps that have been dueling within the 802.11n high-speed wireless LAN task group have agreed to formulate a joint proposal to end their stalemate.
2008-09-10 Reviewing lessons from giants' flop modules
Apple and Microsoft spent unspecified millions in the design, development and introduction of the iPod, iPhone and Zune, but less attention was given by them to the basic components, sealing, USB protection and connector quality of the products, according to Rapid Repair.
2002-05-22 REMEC buys wireless infrastructure specialist for $160M
REMEC Inc. will acquire RF power amplifier specialist Spectrian Corp. for $160 million in stock and cash, causing Spectrian's shares to spike in Monday trading.
2002-10-07 Radvision toolkit develops 3G multimedia apps
Radvision Ltd's 3G-324M protocol toolkit is designed for 3G wireless multimedia apps development.
2003-10-28 PulseLink demos UWB for WLANs
Defying a widely held belief that UWB radio is a simple cable-replacement-only technology, San Diego-based PulseLink has demonstrated a UWB prototype.
2010-03-12 Pulse-CO oximeter takes blood analysis out of lab
Few disciplines can turn the cold science of metrology into pure art as quickly as medical diagnostics. Here's a teardown of the Masimo's Radical-7 Signal Extraction Pulse-CO Oximeter.
2002-11-20 Pre-spec 802.11g silicon raises interoperability fears
Chipset vendors are moving headlong into IEEE 802.11g WLAN silicon before the ink is dry on the standard, hoisting the specter of non-interoperable 802.11g solutions in a market that has depended on interoperability for its very success.
2003-11-21 Philips, Alcatel complete EDGE tests as AT&T net opens
Philips Electronics and Alcatel will use this week's GSM Americas show to announce they have completed a series of EDGE interoperability tests at 220Kbps.
2002-02-14 Philips snags 51 percent stake in VoIP vendor
In a move to fill the final hole in its broadband silicon and software solutions portfolio, Philips Semiconductors has made a $25 million equity investment in Ishoni Networks.
2007-07-26 Peek inside the first commercial UWB hub
Belkin's UWB-based Cable-Free USB Hub and dongle has an omni-like effective antenna that allows the user to place the hub in different orientations and which also keeps positive gain despite the close proximity to the to the board.
2003-06-06 Palm buys Handspring, spins off PalmSource
Palm Inc. has agreed to buy personal computing rival Handspring Inc. in a deal that will also see the spin off of PalmSource Inc.
2008-11-19 OS gains top security certification
Green Hills Software has announced that its Integrity-178B operating system has achieved EAL6+ certification, the highest level of proven security for any OS to date.
2008-10-29 Opinion: India achieves another milestone
Driven by national pride and powered by an economy and workforce that has benefited from a decade of foreign investment and resurgent education, India has introduced the Chandrayaan-I lunar module.
2004-12-01 Novel tracking scheme shows its accuracy
Q-Track homed in on an oft-ignored phenomenon of RF transmissions and leveraged it as the basis of what has been demonstrated to be an accurate but relatively simple tracking scheme.
2003-07-25 Nortel, Ericsson win wireless contract for first W-CDMA network in U.S.
AT&T Wireless has selected Nortel Networks and Ericsson as equipment vendors for what is expected to be the first W-CDMA-based 3G wireless network in North America.
2002-12-09 Nortel melds WLAN, cellular networks
Nortel Networks announced that it is providing carriers and operators with the software, hardware, and agreements for seamless IP roaming between Wi-Fi-based WLANs and CDMA, GPRS, and UMTS WANs.
2012-04-04 NI execs' enthusiasm undimmed
National Instruments co-founders James Truchard and Jeff Kodosky sat down with EE Times to talk about the past 35 years since they formed NI.
2007-10-01 NI cooks up ideas for next LabView
National Instruments Corp. co-founder and idea man Jeff Kodosky is envisioning three major improvements to LabView after the release of the tool's ver 8.5.
2009-04-02 Next-gen DSCs boast flexibility
Emphasizing low cost, small size, lower power and flexibility, Microchip Technology Inc. announced the first seven of its next-generation 16bit dsPIC digital signal controllers (DSCs).
2004-06-23 New WLAN spectrum still mired in DoD testing debate
Defense Department concerns over radar system security have prevented WLAN chip vendors from utilizing an additional 255MHz of spectrum released by the government more than a year ago to boost WLAN throughput and reduce interference.
2016-03-28 New IoT sensor platform M2.COM specs revealed
The group behind the new IoT sensor platform is open to new members and it's an ecosystem play that is designed to enable as many applications as possible with the minimum development time.
2003-07-31 New group to define interfaces for mobile processors
What began last December as an agreement between TI and STMicro to standardize interfaces for apps processors targeting 2.5G and 3G mobile phones has grown into a broader industry consortium called the MIPI Alliance.
2002-10-16 NEC pushes CMOS-compatible process to 130nm
With communications, consumer and high-end computing applications in mind, NEC has upgraded its embedded-DRAM process to 0.135m.
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