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2003-08-04 Zarlink expands digital satellite TV RF chips
Zarlink Semiconductor has expanded its family of RF chips for digital satellite TV systems with the releases of the ZL 10312 channel demodulator
2005-03-18 Wafer tester monitors RF chip quality in realtime
Keithley Instruments is now introducing a third-generation on-wafer RF measurement capability with some very promising features that address the conundrum
2006-07-11 UMC, NTU partner on RF chip for WiMAX
UMC and National Taiwan University today announced that their research collaboration has resulted in the delivery of a fully-integrated RF receiver design for WiMAX
2014-02-14 Taking a look at the field-programmable RF chip
Developed in the US for UK's Lime Microsystems, the FPRF transmitter takes a digital data stream and converts it into wireless signals, while the receiver performs the inverse operation.
2001-04-01 Startup set to roll Bluetooth module-on-a-chip
A CMOS device said to pack nearly all the components needed to build a Bluetooth module has been launched by a year-old Silicon Valley startup.
2007-07-05 RF startup gets more than cash from Intel Capital
Intel Capital appears prepared to offer something in addition to cash in its investment package for RF startup Mirics Semiconductor
2005-10-17 RF renaissance in Taiwan
Now that the stakes in the RF realm are getting higher every day as it moves beyond high-end military applications right into the heart of commercial gadgetry, Taiwan firms are preparing to have another go at it
2005-03-01 RF ICs: Moore's Law on steroids
After a long period of dormancy, Moore's Law is taking hold of the wireless chip market
2005-08-01 RF IC tools still seeking paths to silicon
Complicated by multiple modulation schemes, RF tools have become proficient at simulating behavior on an architectural level
2009-02-11 RF chips find big market in medical apps
Radio frequency CMOS is being applied to a growing but fragmented set of medical applications ranging from imaging and DNA testing to networking in and around the body.
2006-05-19 RF chips enable connection to multi-tuner STBs
RF Magic announced two new channel stacking switch RF chips for European and Asian digital broadcast satellite low noise block converters and multi-switches
2005-05-26 RF chip targets next-gen WLANs
Metalink announced the first device in the WLANPlus family of products, the MtW8150, a single-chip RF IC that supports the MIMO antenna technology used in the IEEE 802.11n standard being developed for next-generation Wi-Fi.
2004-01-29 RF chip startup expands investment
Xceive Corp., a RF-to-baseband receiver IC startup, has raised $10.5M in series B funding, led by BA Venture Partners
2005-08-08 RF chip offers 'highest level of integration' in a low pin-count device
Micrel unveiled the new addition to its QwikRadio family that features the same high-performance of its MICRF009 but in a smaller SOIC-8 package.
2002-01-04 Pulse miniature chip inductors come in 0805 housing
Housed in an industry-standard 0805 housing, Pulse Engineering's miniature RF chip inductor family features high inductance, high current rating and low dc resistance.
2007-09-19 PMC-Sierra debuts in wireless chip market for client systems
PMC-Sierra has officially entered the market for wireless chips in client-side systems with last Monday's release of an integrated RF device for WiMAX
2007-01-15 New RF capacitors operate up to 2,500Vdc
Cornell Dubilier Electronics has expanded its series of multilayer RF chip capacitors with voltage ratings up to 2,500Vdc.
2014-08-26 Murata to augment RF prowess with Peregrine acquisition
Murata is enhancing its RF component supply chain with Peregrine's RF front-end capabilities and SOI process technology as it aims to provide a 'one-stop solution' for all RF needs of its customers
2006-05-01 Microtune samples 3-in-1 tuner chip
This silicon TV tuner, reportedly the industry's first, can reliably receive traditional over-air analog TV, over-air DTV and cable TV signals.
2005-06-29 Maxim, Philips partner on RF chip
Maxim Integrated Products' new GPS solution is based on its GPS front-end receiver IC combined with Royal Philips Electronics' Spot GPS software.
2009-06-09 Low-power RF chip mimics inner ear
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researchers claim to have developed a fast, low-power radio chip imitating the human inner ear, or cochlea
2007-08-09 GCT samples RF chip for mobile TV apps
GCT Semiconductor is sampling the GDM7003RF RF chip, which is capable of receiving media broadcast from both S-DMB and T-DMB (satellite and terrestrial-digital multimedia broadcasting).
2014-03-12 Examining field-programmable RF chip
Here's a look at a chip that comes from the wireless domain and is touted to bring exciting new possibilities
2006-08-08 Chip supports multiple W-USB modes
The new IC from Wisair provides a high-performance wireless solution for PCs and laptops, PC peripherals, and consumer electronics devices such as wireless hubs, external hard drives, digital cameras, camcorders and portable media players.
2008-06-27 Chip networks home via UWB, coax, Ethernet
Sigma Designs has developed a second-generation UWB chip set for home networks that can simultaneously run UWB over wireless and coax at rates up to 370Mbit/s while maintaining a GbE link
2005-04-20 Chinese startup preps CMOS RF chip, with VC support
A Shanghai-based communications start-up is slowly unveiling its plan to ride China's large and rapidly growing market for wireless devices.
2007-11-14 China researchers claim 'first' WLAN .11a/b/g + DVB-H chip
The Suzhou Chinese Academy of Sciences Semiconductor Integration Research and Development Center has developed what is claimed to be the first WLAN IEEE802.11a/b/g + DVB-H RF chip.
2005-05-09 Challenges seen for RF chip vendors despite growth
The worldwide handset radio-frequency (RF) semiconductor market is expected to grow from $5.34 billion in 2004 to $8.27 billion in 2008, according to Frost & Sullivan
2007-08-06 Cadence, SMIC team on RF chip design
Cadence and SMIC have collaborated to develop an RF design solution and announced the availability of SMIC RFCMOS 180nm PDK that supports the Cadence RF Design Methodology Kit
2012-01-20 Bluetooth low energy vs proprietary RF for HID apps
Here's a comparison of the Bluetooth Low Energy technology with proprietary protocols in the HID market. It looks at interoperability, flexibility, complexity, power, and cost.
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