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2002-10-24 Toshiba SDIO card integrates Silicon Wave Bluetooth modem
Toshiba Corp. has selected Silicon Wave Inc.'s Bluetooth radio modem IC for its newly launched Toshiba SDIO card.
2002-11-21 Tenovis products to use Silicon Wave Bluetooth
Tenovis has selected Silicon Wave Inc.'s Bluetooth radio modem and baseband processor with integrated protocol software stack for its telephony handsets and access points.
2003-11-18 Silicon Wave, RF Micro IC decreases development time
Silicon Wave and RF Micro Devices have introduced the SiW3500 UltimateBlue IC, a single-chip CMOS Bluetooth solution that helps speed time-to-market.
2003-09-18 Silicon Wave's UltimateBlue Coexistence Technology minimizes interference
Silicon Wave Inc. has announced that their UltimateBlue Coexistence Technology is now available to customers using the single-chip SiW3000 Bluetooth radio processor.
2003-03-12 Silicon Wave unveils Bluetooth radio processor
Silicon Wave has started sampling its single chip CMOS Bluetooth radio processor that is targeted for portable and cellphone apps.
2002-04-24 Silicon Wave taps Mindtree as Indian design center
Silicon Wave Inc., a developer of RF ICs, said it would work with MindTree Consulting on a range of Bluetooth wireless products.
2003-03-18 Silicon Wave releases integrated Bluetooth v1.1 radio processor
The company's UltimateBlue 3000 radio processor features a direct conversion radio modem with an ARM7TDMI processor core.
2003-10-24 Silicon Wave radio modem certified for CDMA, 3G phones
Silicon Wave Inc. announced that its SiW1712TM UltimateBlue radio modem has received certification for use with CDMA chipsets.
2002-01-24 Silicon Wave protocol analyzer software offers new protocol decodes
The Version 2.2 software for the company's BPA100 Bluetooth protocol analyzer offers new protocol decodes for additional translation and analysis of extended Bluetooth layers.
2003-06-18 Silicon Wave Bluetooth die provides high-density integration
Silicon Wave's UltimateBlue 3000 radio processor and the SiW1712 radio modem are available as standalone bare die products.
2003-05-27 RFMD, Silicon Wave partner on Bluetooth solutions
RF Micro Devices and Silicon Wave have agreed to enter into a strategic relationship for Bluetooth solutions manufacturing and distribution.
2004-04-27 RFMD buys remaining stake in Silicon Wave
RF Micro Devices Inc. (RFMD) announced early Thursday (April 22, 2004) that is buying all remaining shares in Bluetooth IC developer Silicon Wave for approximately $10.8 million.
2003-05-22 RF Micro, Silicon Wave partner on Bluetooth solutions
RF Micro Devices and Silicon Wave have entered into a strategic relationship for Bluetooth solutions manufacturing and distribution.
2002-10-09 Microsoft selects Silicon Wave components to test XP compatibility
Microsoft Corp. has authorized Silicon Wave Inc.'s Bluetooth radio modem, baseband processor, and protocol software, for the testing of Bluetooth wireless capabilities of products using the Windows XP OS.
2001-04-15 Bluetooth chipmaker will ride 802.11a wave
This technical article describes Cambridge Silicon Radio's move to develop an all-CMOS 802.11a chip for 54MHz wireless networking in the 5GHz band
2007-06-20 Toshiba receiver targets millimeter-wave apps
Toshiba has unveiled a 60GHz receiver CMOS chip that it said can drastically lower the cost of devices for emerging millimeter-wavecommunication applications.
2003-06-03 Silicon wafer market makes rebound in '02
Worldwide silicon wafer revenue totaled $5.7 billion in 2002, an increase of 5.2 percent from 2001 revenue of $5.4 billion, according to Gartner Inc
2008-09-18 Silicon Valley beefs up solar initiatives
When it comes to the emerging U.S. solar technology industry, Silicon Valley shines the brightest
2011-08-18 Silicon TV tuners market to reach $750M by 2015
The transition from older-style can-type tuners to silicon TV tuners is increasingly progressing that almost 80 percent of all new TV sets will ship with built in silicon tuners by 2015
2002-08-06 Silicon phone-line interface cuts component count
The Litelink III IC from Clare Inc. combines a silicon telephone-line interface with a data-access arrangement (DAA). It is intended as an alternative to traditional transformer-based phone-line interfaces and other silicon DAA solutions that require more components and PCB space
2002-10-01 Silicon Metrics: U.S., Taiwan alliance crucial in EDA, SIP advancement
A decade ago, the PC industry faced shrinking profit margins due to heavy competition and high production costs. Today, the electronics industry is looking beyond the PC for new areas of growth, while the ASIC supply chain is undergoing significant restructuring
2007-07-02 Silicon IP vendors size up China challenge
In the silicon intellectual-property (IP) business, ARM Ltd may be gaining traction in China, but it remains a challenging landscape for most other pure-play IP companies, which can usually count design wins on a single hand
2015-04-06 Silicon Cloud, Cisco push IoT design boundaries in Singapore
The cloud centre, hosted in the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD), is aimed at modern design enablement infrastructure and framework for Internet of Things node designs.
2012-10-08 Samsung plans Silicon Valley innovation centre
Samsung Electronics is planning to open several innovation centres outside South Korea as part of a project to reinvent the company and catch the next wave of business opportunities
2002-04-10 Russian technology waves goodbye to strained silicon
A Welsh start-up has linked with Russian technologists to develop a transistor architecture that could go against strained silicon as a way of boosting transistor performance without forcing the industry to move to much smaller devices
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.
2005-11-30 Researchers develop hybrid silicon laser
Researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara have developed a new laser that could have big implications for future optical communications. This hybrid laser offers an alternative to silicon Raman lasers and is an order of magnitude shorter, according to its creators
2007-11-08 Physical sensors drive MEMS consumerization wave (Part 2
ST's Benedetto Vigna notes that we are now living in the era of MEMS consumerization where mic, motion and pressure sensors are the main actors and he believes this trend will continue for the next five years.
2007-10-18 Physical sensors drive MEMS consumerization wave (Part 1
Benedetto Vigna notes that we are living today in the commercial era of MEMS Consumerization where microphones, motion and pressure sensors are the main actors. He believes this trend will continue for the next five years.
2013-04-29 Nanoscale CMOS boasts record mm-wave output power
Engineers found a way to use multiple nanoscale CMOS transistors to generate nearly a watt of power at millimeter-wave frequenciesnearly five times greater than what was currently possible
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