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2006-09-16 Reducing the cost of cellphone testing
As phones increase in complexity, requiring more tests, manufacturers must find strategies that will keep rising test costs down.
2008-05-01 Use analog switches for multimedia cellphone design
Several application examples are cited in this article to guide system designers with reducing pop noise, detecting chargers and improving USB eye-pattern opening in cellphones.
2006-06-30 RFI opens cellular testing lab in Korea
RFI Global Services Ltd announced that it has opened a new cellular product testing lab in Gunpo, South Korea
2006-11-07 Ref design enables car cellphone hands-free kit
Simplifying system design of hands-free cellular phone kits for automobiles, Texas Instruments and Lyrtech have announced the availability of a complete Hands Free Kit Reference Design for use with TI's new TMS320C54HFK DSP.
2008-04-11 In-flight cellphone use allowed on EU airspace
The European Commission announced it has opened the way for air passengers to use cellphones to talk or text during flights throughout the European Union airspace.
2008-02-12 Agilent, Comsys step up testing of Mobile WiMAX modules
Agilent Technologies and Comsys Communications and Signal Processing will work together on the speed-optimization of RF power calibration and production test systems for Mobile WiMAX modules.
2009-12-22 802.11n, Bluetooth combo eases cellphone set-up
The device simplifies the set-up of Bluetooth products, extends Bluetooth range and improves coexistence with Wi-Fi.
2002-07-31 IFR spectrum analyzer operates up to 13GHz range
IFR Systems Inc. has announced the availability of the 2394 13GHz spectrum analyzer targeted for use in mobile handset production and basestation transmitter testing
2008-07-02 Wi-Fi Alliance certifies voice over Wi-Fi devices
The Wi-Fi Alliance has launched the Wi-Fi Certified Voice-Personal program that extends beyond interoperability testing to test the performance of products and help ensure that they deliver good voice quality over the Wi-Fi link
2006-01-23 Multi-channel fading emulator tests MIMO systems
Elektrobit Testing rolling out a multi-channel emulator called the Propsim C8, which is slated for verification testing of multiple-input multiple-output systems
2003-03-17 Compact wireless modules bring benefits
Manufacturers are seeking to incorporate cellular technology into existing products, or to develop niche products for comparatively small markets.
2007-03-15 China okays sale of ZTE, Datang 3G equipment
China has given its approval to ZTE Corp. and Datang Telecom to sell 36 wireless equipment, a sign that Beijing may finally push through with the long-awaited standard, according to a Reuters report.
2002-11-07 Agere GPRS chip powers Samsung phone
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has selected Agere Systems' Sceptre LF GPRS chipset to be used on its latest SGH-S100 tri-band, Java game-enabled cellphone
2005-01-03 Reduce test times in next-gen cellular systems
Functional testing can increase test coverage without increasing overall test times. Find out how
2001-04-15 New thinking needed amid runaway test costs
There is a need to achieve test-cost reductions that rival the reductions in wafer fabrication costs to ensure continued growth of semiconductor markets. ATE should not wait for someone else to do it.
2003-02-24 Consortium releases common embedded Linux spec
Embedded Linux vendors rolled out the heavy artillery for their assault on proprietary OSs, unveiling a common software platform that could change the way engineers develop products ranging from cellphones and PDAs to STBs.
2006-09-28 China preps homegrown 3G tech
Chinese operators are reportedly ready to offer a small-scale commercial trial of 20,000 users for the nation's TD-SCDMA-based 3G network, which has been in the testing phase for about three years
2007-01-01 New CE apps clearing way for MEMS
Emerging consumer apps combined with strides in manufacturing, testing and packaging could transform MEMS from last year's trendy tech into a viable market
2009-02-24 LTE: Up for a test
Long Term Evolution is the next big thing in mobile wireless broadband, but design engineers working on LTE, as well as the more mature WiMAX, have their work cut out for them in testing devices and infrastructure
2006-05-12 Integrated tester checks the WiMAX PHY layer
This $60,000 software-upgradeable product from LitePoint looks like just the ticket for testing wireless WiMAX designs based on the IEEE-802.16-2004 standard
2007-03-27 In-flight phoning: FCC snubs, Europe replies
While the Federal Communications Commission is moving to kill the idea of cellphone service on commercial aircraft in the United States, European regulatory agencies remain positive on in-flight mobile phone calling
2010-02-11 Digital radio test set packs fading simulator
Aeroflex has introduced a one-box test system for cellphone signal fading simulation to speed up real-world testing of mobile handsets for LTE networks ahead of network deployment.
2009-03-11 Xi'an HTDZ rises as China's R&D hotbed
Having pinned many of its plans for industrial transformation on its electronics and information technology industries, China has become an R&D hotbed among domestic and foreign companies alike.
2008-06-04 Wi-Fi enters PAN, challenges Bluetooth
Challenging the future of Bluetooth, a new startup and an Intel Corp. program point to a future for Wi-Fi in a broad range of peripherals, ranging from computer mice to cellular headsets and MP3 players.
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.
2004-10-18 Trusted platform modules eye embedded
TPMs implement trusted-computing security objectives in a low-power, high-performance hardware/software combination.
2003-12-09 TI, STMicro offer modular CDMA 1x chipset
Texas Instruments and STMicroelectronics have jointly announced an open, modular cdma2000 1x chipset that they believe will drive innovation and differentiation in what has to date been a relatively closed market dominated by Qualcomm.
2008-03-17 Technologies boost virtual instrumentation
At present, virtual instrumentation has been used in all fields of measurement and automation. More engineers create high-performance and expandable test systems with the help of virtual instrumentation--signaling a new era of instrumentation is coming.
2007-03-28 Sugar-powered fuel cells, anyone?
Researchers at Saint Louis University in Missouri, U.S.A. have invented a fuel cell battery that runs on sugar and can operate up to four times longer on a single charge than conventional Li-ion batteries.
2009-03-19 Sneak peek at techs that could change the world
To celebrate its 125th anniversary, the IEEE recently assembled a panel of technology experts to discuss emerging research technologies that have the potential to change the world.
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