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2002-05-02 Sirenza launches fiber-optic TIAs
Sirenza Microdevices Inc. has announced the release of the SFT-0100 and SFT-5100 fiber-optic transimpedance amplifiers (TIA) for use in 10Gbps/12.5Gbps telecom and 10Gb Ethernet transceiver 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.
2008-07-04 Silicon TV tuners speed past the CAN
Until the most recent product announcements, silicon tuners have fallen well short of the performance offered by hand-tuned CAN tuners. But one company in particular seems to have focused on achieving the best possible silicon solutions for fixed TV tuners: XCeive Inc.
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.
2011-12-05 Signal conditioning ICs tout 2.7-5.5V supply voltage
The VSOP383.. and VSOP584.. offer supply currents of 0.35mA and 0.85mA, respectively.
2006-09-21 SiGe rolls out 'first' Galileo-ready receiver
SiGe Semiconductor Inc. recently introduced a Galileo-ready receiver, said to be the first for mass market consumer electronics.
2002-08-15 SiGe power amp supports 802.11b, 802.11g
Maxim Integrated Products has announced the availability of the MAX2247 SiGe power amplifier (PA) designed for both 802.11b and 802.11g WLAN applications.
2006-11-16 SiGe chip serves both GPS and Galileo
SiGe Semiconductor is sampling the SE4120L receiver, which it says is the first single-chip device to support both the U.S. global-positioning system network and the European Space Agency's Galileo.
2008-12-01 Save power with on-off keying
Amplitude shift-keying is a popular modulation technique in digital data comms. A further simplification of this method is on-off keying, as this article explains.
2006-05-31 Rising unveils RF transceiver chipset for 3G WCDMA handsets
Rising Micro Electronics announced that it has successfully developed RF transceiver chipset for 3G WCDMA wireless handsets using Jazz Semiconductor's 0.18m SiGe BiCMOS.
2006-07-06 RFIC tailored for wireless infrastructure equipment
Analog Devices has developed an RFIC that comprises a dual detector/controller.
2008-05-22 RF power detector operates over wide frequency range
A new monolithic broadband, high performance logarithmic RF power detector from Linear Tech promises accurate RF power measurement over a wide frequency range.
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.
2004-11-30 Processor includes all necessary functions for TV audio signal
The new sound processor with subwoofer output from NJR includes all of the functions needed to process audio signal for TV.
2005-12-01 Pocket-sized DVB-T receiver targets PCs
Micronas announced the immediate availability of MicStickD, a production-ready reference design which enables watching and controlling live DVB-T broadcasts on any USB 2.0-equipped desktop and notebook PC.
2011-03-17 Plessey releases 3 to 6 channel power splitter
The PS12000 is built on Plessey's 20GHz complementary bipolar process and provides a highly linear power splitter for broadband RF or video signals.
2011-05-12 PLC chipset complies with IEEE(R) P1901.2 standard
Maxim's G3-PLC(TM) chipset provides prestandard compliance and claims to substantially reduce infrastructure costs over other narrowband approaches.
2004-06-07 Philips launches front-end module for analog, digital TV
Philips launched a new front-end module for reception of analog and digital TV.
2002-07-18 OVT CMOS digital camera IC hits 2.1 megapixels
Following up the 1.3 megapixel Camera-Chip it launched last fall, OmniVision Technologies Inc. has begun sampling a 2.1 megapixel CMOS device for digital still cameras.
2008-07-16 Out-of-band tuner stars in cable STB, digital cable-ready TV
RF Micro Devices Inc. has designed the S510075-33Z out-of-band tuner for use in cable set-top box and digital cable-ready TV applications.
2011-08-04 Orca launches smallest dual-mode Bluetooth RF, modem IP core
Orca's DRBT is a dual-mode Bluetooth RF and modem IP core that provides customers with reductions in silicon area, low power and good radio performance.
2002-07-03 Oak unveils integrated three-chip set for DVD-R drives
Oak Technology Inc. has rolled out what it claims to be the industry's first integrated three-chip set for recordable DVD drives.
2008-09-25 NXP tunes into car radio market with low IF tuner systems
NXP Semiconductors introduces the TEF660x series FM/AM tuner, one of the world's first low IF tuners for car radio head units, according to the company.
2008-04-09 Nordic tips power-saving 2.4GHz transceivers
Nordic Semiconductor touts its nRF24L01+ single chip 2.4GHz transceiver delivers best-in-class radio performance, ultralow power, up to 3x operating range, plus drop-in compatibility with the company's existing nRF24L01.
2004-08-04 NJR audio processor suits any TV receiver
The NJW1169 from New Japan Radio is an audio processor with Passive Matrix TruSurround Virtualizer, TruBass and BBE sound enhancement.
2003-07-02 NJR audio processor features TruSurround virtualizer
New Japan Radio Co. Ltd has started sample shipments of its NJW1148 audio processor that comes with the Passive Matrix TruSurround virtualizer.
2008-01-25 Multiband tuner enables anytime, anywhere TV viewing
NXP Semiconductors says it has developed the world's first multiband silicon tuner, the first to support the five global TV standards for portable devices and five frequency bands.
2015-06-08 Moving closer to full cognitive radio
This article explores the concept of cognitive radio, which promises to offer much higher utilisation of the available spectrum.
2011-01-14 Mini IR receivers tip 0.35mA supply current
Aside from the ultralow supply current, Vishay's new devices feature typical Irradiance of 0.15mW/sqm over 75 degrees for remote control and data transmission applications.
2002-10-07 Micrel transmitter-receiver pair handles 115Kbps at 1GHz
Micrel Semiconductor's ASK transmitter-receiver pair provides up to 115Kbps data rate over the 800MHz to 1GHz frequency range.
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