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2009-09-07 Memsic, game developers push motion-based UI
Memsic has collaborated with game developers to bring a new level of motion-game integration to cellphones. Manufacturers
2008-11-13 MEMS tech brings inroads in consumer devices
As MEMS technology steadily gets integrated into cellphones, digital cameras and other consumer devices, it could soon make a giant step toward the so-called "lifestyle products," where MEMS chips could provide more manageable interfaces.
2008-01-16 MEMS set to tickle consumer fancy
Today, MEMS chips, combined with the smart software that uses them, are being designed into cellphones at a pace reminiscent of camera-phone adoption, enabling a new breed of consumer-pleasing electronic devices.
2008-12-16 MEMS aim at consumer, networking apps
SiTime Corp. offers two new MEMS chip families for high-frequency stability and multiple-frequency output realms of GPS, cellphones and mobile devices, as well as servers, routers and other networking equipment.
2006-12-18 MCPs drive today's handhelds
The adoption of multichip packages (MCPs) in such mobile systems as cellphones, digital cameras and MP3 players is nearing its peak, according to market research firm Portelligent.
2008-03-03 Maximize multiband handset performance
Cellphones have moved rapidly from dual-band to tri-band to even quad-band. Also, cellphones need to handle various signals for peripheral radios such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS. Ultimately, it is the RF switch that must be capable of switching up to nine paths of high-power RF signals with low insertion loss, high isolation and exceptional linearity to realize the necessary multiband performance.
2002-11-21 Maxim dc converter ICs fit cellphone PAs
The MAX8500, MAX8503, and MAX8504 step-down dc/dc converter ICs feature are designed specifically for linear PA used in 3G cellphones.
2006-04-12 Matsushita, NEC, TI mull 3G venture
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd and NEC Corp. are in talks to form a joint venture to collaborate with Texas Instruments Inc. on ICs for 3G cellphones.
2008-01-09 Mapping GPS' path to handsets
While personal navigation devices (PNDs) and location-based services in cellphones make it easier for consumers to find their ways, the path to integrating GPS capability to handsets is not that clear.
2011-04-08 LTE shift impact raises questions
While LTE is sure to bring change extending from end user data plans to cellphones, back-end systems, chips, IP cores and patents, experts wonder how the shift to LTE will impact everyone.
2007-05-29 Low-power SD video filter with load detect debuts
ADI claims that its ADA4431-1 video filter and buffer with automatic load detect offers the industry's lowest power filter for portable DVD and gaming platforms, cellphones, digital still cameras and other mobile multimedia devices that drive DC-coupled SD video signals to the TV.
2007-05-07 Low pass filters for audio filter applications
In portable devices such as cellphones, there is the added concern with regard to the audio lines. Not only do they still need ESD protection, there are quite often requirements to filter out EMI. This application note will offer considerations when choosing an ESD/EMI filter.
2009-12-18 LNAs deliver 0.8dB noise for GPS receivers
The devices, using less power than competitive solutions, are suited for cellphones, smart phones, PNDs and GPS-enabled fitness equipment.
2007-05-16 Linear Edge power amps enable longer talk-time
AnadigicsInc. unrolls AWT6172, a new quad-band linear Edge power amplifier module for 2.75G and 3G cellphones, PDAs and wireless PC cards that use GSM/Edge cellular standards.
2015-03-16 Light sensor market looks forward to bright future
As a result of the expansive market held by cellphones and tablets, revenue of the light sensor segment will reach $767 million in 2016, a 16 per cent rise in three years (2013-2016), noted IHS.
2009-04-28 Light sensor applications
As electronics seamlessly weave their way into our lives, sensors play an increasingly important role. Light sensors are very simple and inexpensive, allowing their inclusion in multitudes of consumer products from night lights to cellphones.
2003-12-05 Licom Power battery features 1.4Ah capacity
Narada Licom Power Tech. (Shanghai) Co. Ltd has developed a Li-ion polymer rechargeable battery cell that is designed to suit cellphones, PDAs, portable DVDs, digital cameras and notebook computers.
2008-04-24 LED drivers enhance LCD backlight control, battery life
Catalyst's The CAT3647 and CAT3648 Quad-Mode fractional charge pump LED drivers address the need for high-resolution LCD control and longer battery life in cellphones, digital cameras and other handheld devices.
2009-12-17 LED drivers deliver low dropout voltage
The drivers are suited for HB LED photoflash for digital cameras, video cameras, cellphones, smart phones, flashlights and security light flashers.
2005-02-17 LED driver offers consistent LED brightness, extended battery life
The new SC606 charge pump white/color LED driver from Semtech can power up to six LEDs in a configuration that is suitable for advanced PDAs and cellphones.
2009-10-01 LDO regulators trim mounting area
Torex Semiconductor Ltd's new series of LDO regulators suit cellphones and other communication devices.
2006-03-07 Lamp driver offers higher brightness, lower noise
Supertex introduced a higher brightness, lower noise, dimmable electroluminescent lamp driver designed to light keypads for handheld devices such as cellphones and PDAs.
2007-11-05 Kyocera Wireless, INSIDE Contactless partner on NFC
Kyocera Wireless Corp. and INSIDE Contactless will work together as select Kyocera cellphones integrate INSIDE Contactless' NFC solution for mobile payments.
2006-01-01 Korea keeps its memory power
Demand for NAND flash memories will increase as cellphones, MP3 players and DSCs need bigger storage capacity.
2004-12-09 Kit enables long-distance cell upgrades
Extended Systems will announce a software development kit that lets manufacturers embed client-side device-management protocols in cellphones.
2002-04-18 Kingfont card connectors withstand 100,000 insertion cycles
Used in portable devices such as PDAs, cellphones, and PC memory card readers, the SDBMF-009XXB000 series of secure digital card connectors from Kingfont Precision Ind. Co. Ltd can withstand a voltage of 500Vac and a mechanical life of 100,000 insertion cycles.
2003-11-04 Kel SIM card connector with card detection switch
Targeting cellphones, PDAs and electronic money readers, the SMC05 series of SIM card connector from Kel Corp. features a card detection switch.
2003-11-25 Jingwei PCB offers 0.0762mm line width
Specially designed for use in cellphones, the JW001 and JW007 series of double sided flexible PCBs from Changzhou Jingwei Ind. Electronic Factory are available with a minimum line space and line width of 0.0762mm.
2007-05-09 Java software stack requires less than 200Kbyte ROM
ARM Ltd is upgrading its mobile Java software stack, turning it into a turnkey Java virtual machine for cellphones.
2005-06-13 Ironwood logic analyzer adapter helps debug low-power SDRAM
Ironwood Electronics' LA-BGA60C-DDRRAM-01 adapter enables memory device analysis used in cellphones, digital cameras, MP3 players and PDAs with the Agilent 16XXX logic analyzer system.
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