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What is convergence (EDA)?
In electronics circuit design, convergence often refers to the achievement of a final design solution in which all design constraints have been successfully met. This may involve balancing and trading off two or more requirements that are in opposition with one another, such as timing delay versus area.
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2013-03-28 RDA sets sights on a higher bidder
There is some speculation that Spreadtrum is poised to acquire fellow Chinese fabless chip company, but RDA may be looking for a better deal.
2012-07-24 RDA rolls QFN front end modules for GSM handsets
Touted as industry's first, the RDA6641 and RDA6651 use the company's IPD technology and integrate quad-band power amplifiers and antenna switches.
2014-03-13 RDA intros WiFi combo chip for mobile devices
The RDA5991 has WLAN, Bluetooth and FM capabilities that work simultaneously or independently with RDA's proprietary WiFi/Bluetooth Coexistence technology.
1999-11-01 enterprise, node, datasocket, fieldpoint, rda, remore device access,
The universal presence of the Internet and PC networks ushers in a new age of information connectivity and data sharing that delivers innovative ways to acquire, analyze, and present measurements.
2012-07-16 Bluetooth solution for non-handset applications from RDA Microelectronics
Single-chip product offers high integration of any non-handset Bluetooth host device.
2005-09-02 Arrow Asia Pac, RDA sign franchise agreement
Arrow Asia Pac Ltd and RDA Microelectronics Inc. have announced a franchise agreement recently, making Arrow Asia the first distributor of RDA products in Asia.
2014-03-28 WCDMA baseband addresses low-end smartphone market
The WCDMA baseband SoC from RDA is based on a 1GHz ARM Cortex A5 processor, and integrates several components including RF transceiver, WCDMA modem and EDGE modem
2013-11-18 Tsinghua's merger plan seen to boost China's chip industry
The firm's plan to acquire Spreadtrum and RDA Microelectronics could pave the way for China's local chip industry to get a consolidated entity powerful enough to compete with Taiwan's MediaTek.
2007-03-01 Startup preps chip support for China 3G
It's still in startup mode, but China's RDA Microelectronics is aggressively pursuing several applications for its RF and power amplifier chips, including 3G, PHS and FM tuners.
2013-05-03 EDGE base band solution supports 400MHz 32bit LPDDR2
The RDA8810 integrates the RF transceiver, EDGE modem, 1GHz A5 applications processor, power management unit, analogue base band, and even the 32kHz oscillator, all onto one 40nm SoC.
2014-09-29 China's IC dream gets $1.5 billion backing
China's domestic semiconductor industry is getting a $1.5 billion investment to help it build a mobile forcevia Spreadtrum Communications and RDA Microelectronicsso that Chinese OEMs and white box vendors will have an alternative to Qualcomm.
2007-03-16 China's 3G spec still deferred
Testing of China's 3G standard has been extended into Q4, dashing handset chipmakers' hopes of cashing in on 3G phones this year.
2015-01-22 China outdoes Europe, Japan in fabless chip market
China's fabless chip market holds 8 per cent of the top 50 fabless IC suppliers, bigger than that of European and Japanese fabless chip companies combined, according to the latest report from IC Insights.
2014-09-26 China mobile chipmakers eye major deal
Chinese fabless companies and Intel share common competitors in the market for smartphone and tablet processors. China is shifting its focus towards developing fabless chip designers, a more cost-effective route to growth.
2007-01-01 China gears up for more innovative design
Although there is still a lot of work to be done in mainland China's R&D sector, there has been remarkable progress especially in the communication and consumer electronics front.
2007-01-30 China firms mount FM tuner face-off
Two Shanghai companies are tuning in to the FM radio chip market, hoping to challenge market leaders with their own CMOS-based offerings.
2007-03-16 China firms challenge radio chip market leaders
Two Shanghai-based companies are tuning in to the FM radio chip market, hoping to challenge market leaders NXP Semiconductors and Silicon Laboratories with their own CMOS-based offerings.
2014-08-14 China fabless firms exit public market, swoop up state funds
The billions of dollar the Chinese government is pumping into its domestic chip industry have triggered a fabless evolution in Chinaturning Nasdaq-listed chip companies into quasi-state enterprises.
2014-03-10 55nm chip integrates GPS for wearables, IoT
The GPS chip from RDA electronics includes a flexible hardware interface and programmability that can support sensor hub-type computation.
2012-07-19 Multi-mode front-end module designed for GSM/EDGE/TD-SCDMA handsets
The integrated transmit module from RDA Microelectronics simplifies the handset and datacard design.
2012-06-07 Local companies edge out foreign firms in China
Vincent Tai, CEO of RDA Microelectronics Inc., commented that multinational semiconductor companies are no longer able to compete with China's fabless chips vendors in the consumer electronics IC business.
2008-01-02 Keys to success: Integrate and cooperate
After many years of waiting, the industry chain of TD-SCDMA in China has started to mature. The local RF IC manufacturers are a very important link in the TD-SCDMA supply chain. One of these manufacturers is RDA Microelectronic (Shanghai) Co. Ltd. Zhang Liang, VP for development and definition of products project shared his views on issues related to RF technology in China.
2014-05-27 Wireless connectivity chipset enjoys shipment upswing
Shipment of chipsets including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and NFC is expected to hit nine billion in 2019, spurred by the dynamics of connectivity technologies in smartphones, home automation, and the IoT.
2015-06-03 Why is China bullish on chip industry?
Unlike in the West, China considers the semiconductor sector a big investment. It is the financial play and quick ROI that lures Chinese investment funds into the chip industry.
2012-09-21 Why GigaDevice gambles on NOR flash memory
China fabless firm GigaDevice is staying put in the NOR flash market even if the industry proves challenging for sales growth and expansion.
2015-08-07 Who wants to buy Marvell's mobile business?
Marvell's search for suitors illustrates a dramatic change in the global smartphone business. Nobody seems winning big. Even for a chip vendor with solid technology, it's tougher to get fair value.
2015-11-04 What's stopping China from investing in MediaTek?
China's Tsinghua Unigroup has expressed interest in buying fabless semiconductor company MediaTek. However, Taiwan's laws prevent Chinese firms from investing in Taiwanese companies.
2014-10-10 UMC to invest $6.2B in China foundry
The foundry will be a joint venture with a total investment of $6.2 billion, aimed at ramping to produce 50,000 12-inch wafers a month using 55nm and 40nm process technologies.
2015-11-25 Taiwan mulls lifting ban on Chinese investment
Chinese investments in other parts of the semiconductor ecosystem, such as test and assembly are allowed, but chip design and manufacturing are given protection as the jewel in Taiwan's economy.
2011-07-21 Spreadtrum acquires mobile TV firm
Following the acquisition, Spreadtrum will explore the possibilities of integrating Telegent TV technology with its own baseband ICs to deliver further performance and cost benefits.
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