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2007-08-27 Selecting the right battery system for cost-sensitive portable applications while maintaining excellent quality
This application note shows characteristics of some popular battery chemistries for portable applications and fully integrated low cost single-cell Li-ion/lithium polymer battery charge management solutions.
2010-03-15 Security threats push Asia Pacific biometrics market
Frost & Sullivan's The Asia Pacific Biometrics Market analysis finds that the market earned revenues of over $165 million in 2009 for hardware only and estimates to reach $700.7 million in 2015.
2007-03-14 Seagate puts 'first' encrypting HDD on ASI laptop
Seagate Technology said that Momentus 5400 FDE.2 (Full Disc Encryption), the world's 'first' encrypting 2.5inch notebook PC hard disk drive, is shipping to ASI Computer Technologies' C8015 whitebook laptop system.
2009-10-02 SD card enables low-cost Wi-Fi connectivity in digicams
Eye-Fi offers Share, a Wi-Fi-enabled Secure Digital (SD) card that makes it easy and affordable to add Wi-Fi connectivity to any digital camera with an SD card slot.
2002-12-04 SCM Micro supports SmartRight initiative
SCM Microsystems has joined the SmartRight initiative.
2006-05-24 SAW filter designed for UHF band RFID readers
Murata's RF SAW filter for the UHF band RFID system intended for the Japanese market started mass production in Jan 2006.
2004-10-28 SAP, Infineon partner on RFID offering
SAP and Infineon announced a new RFID offering to meet the needs of companies to connect and manage RFID hardware and software from multiple vendors.
2006-05-08 SanDisk, Philips join forces on cellphone payment
SanDisk has struck a deal with Philips to embed the Philips SmartMX smartcard controller chip in certain types of flash memory cards to allow them to be used for NFC to pay for things.
2005-03-14 Samsung to unveil 7-Mpixel camera phone
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has demonstrated a 7-megapixel camera phone and a smartphone with a 3MB hard drive aimed at playing music at Cebit's technology trade show in Germany.
2007-11-28 S.A.B.Re ICs take new approach to power management
The S.A.B.Re IC has been primarily developed for motion and power-supply management in printer applications but due to its flexibility it can address high-power motor application across the industrial segment.
2012-04-19 Ruggedize USB connections for harsh environments
USB is not inherently rugged or reliable, but you can make it that way.
2015-11-11 RFID ushers supply chain transformation
RFID chips play a key role in logistics and in making the manufacturing process "smart" due to their ability to track, connect and read objects directly fits into the technology that comprises the IoT.
2007-07-30 RFID ups operational efficiency in Japan department store
NXP Semiconductor details how the Misukoshi's shoe department in Japan used RFID technology in its products to improve its service by cutting down on customers' waiting time and to catch sales that are lost when the department runs out of its most popular products.
2008-05-21 RFID tracks surgical sponges in operating rooms
A Pittsburgh startup has launched what could be one of the first RFID systems to debut in an operating room setting.
2011-04-14 RFID solutions boast improved performance, low cost
Alien Technology has introduced a trio of high-performance, business-class technologies: the Higgs 4 IC, ALH-900x family of mobile handheld readers and Squiggle inlay.
2014-03-31 RFID sensor tag operates at wide temperature ranges
The battery-free RFID sensor tag from Farsens is equipped with a thermistor that features an extended temperature range from -30 to 300 with an accuracy of 3.
2014-03-07 RFID migration finds sol'n in multi-standard readers
The multi-standard modules from Elatec RFID Systems aims to free system makers from having to deal with the variety and dynamics of using several different RFID standards in access control systems.
2010-12-15 RFID memory reveals equipment history
The LRiS64K RFID-EEPROM chip can store initial manufacturer details and complete records of repairs or upgrades, easing the repair and maintenance of equipment.
2007-12-07 RFID devices with crypto engine prevent counterfeiting
Atmel has unveiled the CryptoRF 13.56MHz RFID devices with 64bit embedded cryptographic engine, mutual authentication capability and up to 16 individually configurable zones.
2007-04-03 RFID demo kit enables prototyping of LF IDICs
Atmel announced the availability of the ATA2270-EK1125-kHz RFID demo kit, which enables the evaluation and prototyping of low-frequency identification ICs used in a broad range of RFID applications.
2005-09-19 RFID chip offers global interoperability, optimized performance
STMicroelectronics introduced a UHF (Ultra-High Frequency) contactless memory chip that complies with the latest Electronic Product Code specifications.
2009-11-16 RFID chip integrates 2Kbit memory
The large on-chip memory of 2Kbit density alongside RFID circuitry allows e-tickets to become more intelligent and flexible.
2011-04-08 RFID chip boasts I2C interface, large memory
NXP Semiconductors releases the UCODE I2C chip that has an integrated I2C interface and 3,328bit user memory.
2009-08-11 RFID antennas withstand harsh environments
Laird Technologies Inc. has released the RFID HD RooTenna series that offers six options of integrated RFID antennas covering 865MHz to 960MHz.
2014-07-17 RF-enabled MCU integrates wake-up, transponder interfaces
This integration results in improved read zone and battery performance for ultra-low power applications, in addition to enabling very small, compact designs with smaller batteries.
2011-10-07 RF IDIC claims smallest low-frequency package
Atmel has released what it claims as the smallest RF IDIC packagethe IDIC ATA5577M1, a transponder with increased reliability, robustness and extended read/write distance.
2006-07-25 Researcher developing anti-RFID device
Researchers in Amsterdam say they have completed a device that prevents RFID tags from being read. The goal of the research project is to protect people from a technology that is gaining wide acceptance but has the potential to compromise consumer privacy.
2011-06-29 Research center targets home energy conservation
GreenWave Reality collaborates with Swinburne University to create an Energy Management Research Center in Melbourne, Australia that aims to advance home energy conservation.
2008-04-30 Report: Software gap threatens NFC takeoff
While NFC is expected to take off as early as 2010 for mobile payment systems using cellphones, significant pieces of the software infrastructure for this market are missing and silicon opportunities in the technology may be limited.
2013-04-18 Remote infrastructure monitoring via 'smart skin' sensors
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology are developing a novel technology that would facilitate close monitoring of structures for strain, stress and early formation of cracks.
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