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2004-02-16 Keys to reconfigurable SDR system design
The article presents three techniques to make SDR systems reconfigurable and adapt to emerging standards
2007-08-17 Data-converter advances enable SDR designs
Advances in DSP technologies have accelerated SDR�s development but, paradoxically, the catalyst that enables SDR is in the analog domain of high-speed data-converter technologies
2006-02-01 SDR: Today's myth, tomorrow's reality
Just a buzz word five years ago, the potential impact of SDR for wireless providers is now significant
2006-12-18 SDR devt kit eases design of multiprotocol radios
With its new SDR development kit, TI said developers can easily design waveforms as well as create and test single or multiprotocol radios for applications in military, public safety, commercial, PMR and LMR communication systems
2009-12-21 RF-to-digital converter brings SDR in cars
From Microtuner Inc. comes a RF-to-digital converter that harnesses advanced RF and digital silicon technologies to bring software-defined radio (SDR) to the global automotive industry
2007-03-01 New middleware takes SDR beyond military apps
middleware specialists are exploring new ways to optimize architectures for SDR operations
2012-02-01 Flight Focus, A*STAR team up on SDR-based comms system
Under the A*STAR Aerospace Program, Flight Focus and I2R will be developing a SDR-based cabin communications platform that will enable in-flight communications with different devices
2005-07-19 Techno Concepts woos Asia with SDR technology
Following up on a foray into China, U.S. software-defined-radio specialist company Techno Concepts Inc. is targeting one of Asia's most sophisticated wireless markets, South Korea.
2006-11-15 ORBexpress FPGA revs multiple processor designs
ORBexpress FPGA provides location transparency and processing mobility, enabling faster design cycles for systems that employ multiple processor technologies.
2005-05-20 Ultra-fast A/D board packs 2GHz silicon
Pentek continues to churn out DSP, SDR (software defined radio), and ultra-high-speed data acquisition boards and systems at a prodigious rate
2001-04-15 Same-die tactic eases DDR transition
The industry consensus is clear: DDR's time has come. Now what design issues must engineers consider, and what can DRAM suppliers do to make this memory transition happen smoothly and seamlessly?
2005-08-05 Samsung teams with Denali for OneNand flash controller IP
Denali Software Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd announced that the two companies have reached an agreement to develop and deliver intellectual property (IP) products aimed at fast, efficient deployment of OneNand interfaces for system-on-chip (SoC) designs
2001-04-15 DRAM flavors shift for post-PC future
A constant momentum has forced the DRAM community to accommodate many architectural changes. When PC required a memory solution that had higher density, was faster and consumed low voltage, the industry responded by developing the SDR SDRAM
2006-02-01 Carriers lock on to soft radio
With deployments afoot among carriers worldwide, the technology is winding its way from the lab to the street.
2005-06-16 Methodology for DSP-based FPGA design
Here's a technique to solve productivity and design-quality issues that have previously plagued DSP developers.
2004-11-01 FPGA co-processors optimize car infotainment, telematics
As entertainment electronics becomes a primary source of differentiation among luxury vehicles, carmakers can rev up their designs with FPGA co-processing
2006-02-01 Architectures for mobile RF convergence
As communication convergence picks up the pace, the issue of partitioning RF and modem functionalities becomes less clear-cut.
2005-08-12 OneNAND controller IP optimizes data flow in handsets
Denali Software and Samsung are working together to develop and deliver IP that will enable fast deployment of OneNAND interfaces for SoC designs
2004-01-08 Elpida RAM devices improve power consumption
Elpida Memory has released its 64Mb SDR Mobile RAM devices that deliver low-power consumption and high-bandwidth performance to cellular products
2013-08-29 Digi-Key, Lime ink global distribution agreement
Lime Microsystems provides one of the most flexible radio designs available for customers looking to integrate into SDR, Small Cell, and M2M applications in a very wide range of frequencies.
2008-06-18 Will WiMAX, LTE coexist in multimode?
From a technology perspective, how different are the WiMAX and the LTE specifications? More important, what multimode technologies are beginning to surface that make a standards-oriented battle for market supremacy pointless in the long run?
2008-01-23 Video decoder with 3D comb filter aims at HDTVs
Analog Devices has expanded its Advantiv advanced TV portfolio with a new 12bit resolution 3D comb video decoder with an integrated 150MSps digitizer for Full-HD 1,080p input formats.
2012-07-03 u-blox spends $16.5M for U.K. 4G startup
u-blox positions itself in the 4G M2M device market by buying Cognovo and its software defined radio technology.
2015-12-22 Top 10 innovative products of 2015
Many companies have introduced products in preparation for the growing IoT. There are also innovations in computing devices, where chips have not only become smaller but more powerful as well.
2009-02-11 Test platform for LTE is 'world's smallest'
MimoOn and Cetecom have collaborated on a software-defined mobile test platform for upcoming LTE broadband wireless systems. The German companies have come up with what they label as the "world's smallest mobile test implementation for 3GPP LTE."
2008-02-18 Take a holistic approach to power management for mobile devices
Power management no longer remains a hardware-only problem; rather it has become a system problem that is being addressed by all engineers involved in the system design process. Power management decisions are being taken at both hardware and software level. Increasing focus towards system aspects of cellular phones compels designers to take a holistic and dynamic approach to power management to effectively decrease power consumption without degrading performance.
2010-06-25 Software-defined modems cut LTE handset dev't time
Cognovo's software-defined modem (SDM) suits handsets of LTE Category 4 data transmission at 150Mbit/s but also scales to support multimode operation with other standards.
2005-09-08 RF ICs can be quite complex
According to one industry analyst, the worldwide handset RF semiconductor market is expected to grow from $5.3 billion in 2004 to $8.26 billion in 2008
2005-09-08 RF ICs can be quite complex
Understanding that complexity, and putting these devices to work for you, can help get you ahead of the competition
2008-04-23 Renesas, IMEC collaborate on reconfigurable transceivers
A strategic collaboration to research on 45nm RF transceivers targeting Gbit/s cognitive radios and ADCs has been entered into by Renesas Technology Corp. and IMEC.
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