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2005-05-02 Easing RF measurements in cellphones
For effortless RF measurement, master two basic test phases during mobile phone production--module test and final test
2004-08-16 Dual regulator typology needed to power modern cellphones
Advances in process technology require newer power management to wring every minute out of the battery in cellphones.
2005-08-02 Decoder turns cellphones into media players
Atmel's single-chip MP3 decoder allows mobile phones to play MP3 music and ring tones and to convert it into a pen drive
2006-01-27 DC/DC converters target cellphones
Advanced Analogic Technologies introduced the AAT1146 and AAT2512 step-down DC/DC converters for GSM phone applications.
2004-11-19 CSR Wi-Fi devices tailored for cellphones, MP3 players
CSR launched a range of true single-chip Wi-Fi devices that promises to deliver unparalleled size, power, performance and cost advantages to Wi-Fi product designers.
2009-01-15 Coming soon: HD projector cellphones
Are you ready for cellphones that could generate, play and even project high-definition (HD) video?
2005-03-01 CMOS transceiver key component for next-gen cellphones
Take a closer look at a commercial CMOS transceiver and the viability it offers for high-volume wireless products.
2006-05-22 Chipnuts, SMIC jointly offer multimedia chip for cellphones
Chipnuts and SMIC jointly announced that Chipnuts' C626, a multimedia chip for cellphones, has entered commercial production at SMIC.
2006-06-06 Chip customizes power management for cellphones
Semtech's SC905 family of power management ICs feature nine ultralow dropout regulators that individually source from 80-300mA for cellphone apps.
2008-03-19 Cellphones update car navigation systems in South Korea
South Korea's Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute has developed a technology that will help consumers to easily update information on their car navigation system via cellphones.
2004-03-16 Cellphones suck up the chips
Cellphones have become the single largest market for processor silicon and also the largest market for RISC cores.
2004-03-16 Cellphones suck up the chips
Cellphones have become the single largest market for processor silicon and also the largest market for RISC cores.
2008-10-01 Cellphones push mobile growth in rural India
It is not the gleaming edifices housing thousands of software engineers nor the bustling cities caught up in perennial traffic jams, but the bleak, endless landscapes of 600,000 villages in India that is becoming the next frontier for mobile handset makers to conquer.
2008-04-01 Cellphones integrate RF to cut costs
Lowering cellphone costs by integrating radio components was a running theme at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference.Broadcom, Infineon and Texas Instruments detailed solutions for pulling more of the RF work into 2.5G digital devices, typically integrated with baseband processors.
2006-07-01 Cellphones get image makeover
The need to improve low-end sensors has become a rallying cry for designers.
2007-07-23 Cellphones eye wireless video
Promoted as a low-power wireless technology suitable for battery-powered devices, many ask: How long will it be before UWB is deployed in mobile phones?
2007-06-12 Cellphones continue to drive IC market
IC Insights forecasts that, for the first time, cellphone unit volume shipments will total to more than 1 billion in 2007.
2006-03-14 Card connector suits cellphones, digicams
SMK announced that they have developed a card connector for microSD and TransFlash cards.
2007-03-13 BOM of low-end cellphones dips to $25
The latest handsets for cost-sensitive markets in China and India have a BOM close to $25, an all time low according to teardowns by Portelligent Inc.
2008-06-23 AuthenTec offers TouchStone to waterproof cellphones
According to AuthenTec, its TouchStone fingerprint sensor packaging technology will enable future generations of waterproof cellphones.
2009-01-19 Audio switch eliminates unwanted clicks in cellphones
Intersil Corp.'s ISL54406 highly integrated, ultralow distortion stereo audio switch eliminates unwanted clicks and pops typically caused by powering up and down, muting on and off, and switching between audio sources.
2006-02-16 Audio codec suits cellphones, PMPs
STMicroelectronics' new stereo audio/voice codec is designed as a compact solution for delivering audio in the low voltage conditions of battery-powered multimedia products and cellphones.
2004-01-16 Audio chip aims at loaded cellphones
Wolfson Microelectronics introduced a low-power audio chip that integrates many of the audio-related components a cellular multimedia system would need.
2004-02-13 Atmel fingerprint sensor eyes cellphones, PDAs
The AT77C104B fingerprint sensor from Atmel is designed for mobile handheld devices such as cellphones, smart phones or PDAs.
2009-04-16 Android extends beyond cellphones
The Google-designed Android platform is reaching out beyond the mobile phone and will soon enter STBs, TVs, VoIP phones, Karaoke boxes and digital photo frames.
2008-05-05 Analysts debate prospects of MEMS accelerometers in cellphones
Industry analysts are divided over how quickly motion-sensing MEMS devices, such as accelerometers, will see volume uptake in cellphones, despite the rapid penetration of MEMS-based silicon microphones and RF switches into the handsets.
2003-12-16 Analog switches target feature-rich cellphones
Fairchild Semiconductor International introduced a family of analog switches designed to increase audio quality while switching signals among three or more outputs.
2006-04-04 32bit AVR processor targets multimedia systems for cellphones
Atmel's new family of 32bit processors has been designed to integrate on a single chip virtually all the functionality required for multimedia systems that are deployed in cellphones and digital cameras.
2007-04-20 3-axis electronic compass targets pedestrian navigation in cellphones
AKM has completed development of the AK8973S, one of the smallest and thinnest 3-axis electronic compass designed for pedestrian navigation systems in cellphones, personal navigation devices and video game controllers.
2007-04-16 1Gbit mobile DRAM, CMOS sensors aimed at cellphones
Micron Technology Inc. introduced a new line of CMOS image sensors for camera-based cellphones, as well as what it claims is the industry's 'first' 1Gbit mobile DRAM for multifeatured handsets to be based on a 78nm technology.
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