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2010-07-22 Energy harvesting dev kit comes with modular board
Microchip and Cymbet introduce the jointly developed XLP 16-bit Energy Harvesting Development Kit, a customizable energy-harvesting application development kit with a modular development board.
2004-03-04 Efforts on to squelch China's wireless encryption plans
A number of key U.S. government and industry bodies are behind an effort to squelch a proposed Chinese wireless encryption standard that they believe will undermine the World Trade Organization's crucial trade efforts with China.
2010-02-18 Editors list ISSCC surprises
The focus on power management, lack of papers on nanotechnology and software and slow recovery of attendance were among the surprises for EE Times editors at the 2010 ISSCC.
2008-05-28 Dubai builds silicon from sand
Dubai is prepping the Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO), a multibillion- dollar project with the objective of establishing the country as a leading center for electronics innovation, design and development.
2009-06-24 DSPs tailored for 3G/4G base stations
Tensilica Inc. has launched the ConnX family of DSPs for 3G and 4G SoC designs.
2009-06-12 DSPs promise cost, power savings
Texas Instruments has added two devices to its 'C5000 line of DSPs that are aimed squarely at battery-driven applications such as headphones, voice, biometrics and portable medical devices.
2009-07-07 DSPs pack SATA, uPP support
Wolfson Microelectronics has introduced the WM8523 and WM8524 2Vrms ground referenced DACs, the latest in its family of chips for home audio devices.
2009-04-08 DSP suits audio conferencing, power protection apps
TI has announced the availability of the TMS320C6743 DSP. The device is object-code compatible with all TMS320C6000 devices and integrates multiple connectivity options, making it ideal for applications such as audio conferencing, power protection systems, industrial monitoring, and test and measurement.
2009-09-03 DSP engine targets telecom, VoIP apps
Tensilica Inc. has introduced the ConnX D2 16bit dual-MAC (multiply accumulate) DSP engine for its proven Xtensa LX dataplane processor cores for SoC designs.
2009-06-18 DisplayPort controller drives multiple monitors
Integrated Device Technology Inc. announced has launched the PanelPort VMM1300 ViewXpand chip, claimed to be the first VESA DisplayPort-based controller providing complete HD multi-monitor capability without the need for an additional graphics card.
2003-03-12 Discord grows over short-haul wireless spec
The IEEE's 802.15.3a task group is set to sort through upwards of 25 proposals for a new PHY for high-rate wireless communications over short distances.
2003-01-09 Direct digital synthesizers cut power by 90 percent
ADI has released a DDS family that cuts power consumption by 90 percent over previous versions through the application of patent-pending algorithms.
2009-03-27 Devices to enable fiber infrastructure upgrade
Broadcom Corp.'s BCM8727 dual 10GbE SFI-to-XAUI PHY and BCM8750 dual 10GbE SFI-to-XFI PHY are designed to enable a low-cost fiber infrastructure upgrade path from 1GbE to 10GbE.
2016-03-08 Developments in MEMS integration
Learn about the advances in MEMS industry aimed at tackling the integration challenges head on at the package, wafer and die levels.
2002-12-16 Cypress chip tackles Bluetooth, lowers latencies
Designed to go against more established technologies such as Bluetooth, Cypress releases the CY694X WirelessUSB chip for wireless keyboard and mouse applications.
2004-11-16 CR hailed as "next big thing" in wireless
The FCC may have opened wide what many believe will be the next frontier in wireless communications but still industry designers need to be enlightened of several issues.
2004-05-13 CoWare joins another UWB group
CoWare Inc. has joined the UWB Forum and added direct-sequence ultrawideband (DS-UWB) support to its Signal Processing Worksystem (SPW) system-level development library.
2002-11-21 Conexant chip integrates ADSL and .11b capabilities
Conexant Systems' CX82340 ship integrates an ADSL router and Intersil's 802.11b wireless LAN baseband/media-access controller on a single chip.
2004-02-12 CMOS power amplifier rolls for GSM handsets
Silicon Laboratories will break new ground with the introduction of the first monolithic CMOS power amplifier for GSM cellular handsets.
2009-07-06 Cisco's digital camcorder carries clean design
A teardown reveals that the Flip UltraHD's insides are proven technology and that its simple design is even cleaner than its predecessor.
2004-01-21 Chipset lowers cost bar for wireless
Integration Associates Inc. has applied patented technology to a two-piece transmitter/receiver FSK chipset pitched as the foundation for low-cost, low-power wireless products such as toys, consumer electronics and tire pressure sensor systems.
2002-11-05 Chipmakers differ on migration to TD-SCDMA
Chipmakers took different views on how much their development work will be affected by China's drive to use TD-SCDMA technology in a regional 3G mobile network, with assessments of the impact ranging from slim to severe.
2003-12-24 China's Wi-Fi security stance ruffling feathers
China's controversial decision to mandate a proprietary encryption scheme for Wi-Fi systems used within its borders has industry groups, chip makers, OEMs and even U.S. government officials scurrying for answers.
2005-07-05 China to start granting UWB waivers
China is gearing up to grant TV maker Haier a waiver for its ultrawideband (UWB)-enabled TVs by year's end, according a spokesperson for Freescale Semiconductor.
2004-04-26 China backs off of WAPI proposal
China agreed Wednesday (April 21, 2004) not to implement a proposed wireless encryption standard widely opposed by U.S. companies.
2003-08-05 Centralized WLAN interface proposed
A multi-vendor consortium, led by NTT DoCoMo and Airespace, has put before the IETF a proposal for a standardized interface between WLAN access points and switches in centralized WLAN architectures.
2009-02-16 Buzz: UWB shakeout claims Tzero
Sources confirm that UWB startup TZero Technologies has shut down operations, becoming yet another fatality in the much-anticipated UWB shakeout that commenced in Q4 08.
2005-03-01 Broadcom: Gbit IP phone won't jam up traffic
The rekindling of the VoIP market sends Broadcom to devise a solution for broadband signal traffic.
2003-09-10 Broadcom, Philips shrink Wi-Fi for embedded apps
Eyeing Wi-Fi apps beyond the laptop, Broadcom and Philips will introduce chip solutions that support wireless connectivity in PDAs and portable consumer electronics.
2003-06-23 Broadcom takes Edge to 200Kbps
Broadcom Corp. has begun sampling a complete cellular handset platform based on the Edge standard.
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