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2006-11-28 Cisco completes Orative acquisition
Cisco Systems has completed the acquisition of California-based Orative Corp. worth $31 million transaction, extending Cisco's Unified Communications portfolio to mobile devices.
2007-04-16 Chip integrates GPS function into handsets
Targeting the nascent market for GPS services on cellphones, SiRF Technology rolls out its latest GPS chipits smallest, lowest-power and most sensitive device to date.
2003-07-04 China's manufacturing might expected to grow
According to the IFC, China holds a key position in final electronics manufacturing with its manufacturing might expected to increase dramatically in the coming years.
2007-01-02 China to have 32 million mobile video users in 2008
By 2008, there will be 32 million mobile video users in China, 27 percent of which will use broadcasting technology and 73 percent will employ unicast streaming technology.
2006-09-26 Charger accessory provides over 95Wh of continuous run-time
MTI MicroFuel Cells announced the development of a charger accessory prototype for portable applications that exceeds energy density of average Li-ion batteries with its Mobion-1 product platform.
2006-02-07 Cellphone chipset combines NAND, DRAM
Micron Technology announced its new line of multichip package memory for use in cellphones.
2006-06-01 Call to arms on software-defined radio
Cellphones shipping in 2010 using the pending Long Term Evolution standard, now being drafted by the Third Generation Project Partnership, will support data rates of up to 100Mbps.
2006-12-04 Better wireless rules needed, says BellSouth CTO
Engineers need to engage with regulators to sort out looming problems in network technologies, including broadband-over-powerline and Wi-Fi, according to BellSouth's CTO.
2006-12-18 Balancing processing needs, power and integration in next-gen handsets
This article will discuss how new types of cellphone designs are changing the way cellphone designers tackle some of the most difficult challenges.
2008-07-15 AuthenTec adds technical team in Tokyo
AuthenTec is expanding operations in Asia with the opening of a new sales office and application center in Tokyo, Japan. The new office and application staff expansion in Tokyo will enhance AuthenTec's customer support and allow the company to respond to the growing demand for fingerprint sensors.
2007-01-05 Antenna switch module suits multiband handsets
New Japan Radio has announced a switch module suitable for antenna switching in 4-band compatible mobile phones.
2007-09-17 3G power amps to use revised CMOS
Acco Semiconductor believes it has found a way to create low-cost CMOS power amplifiers for 3G cellphones that can operate with the power efficiency and robustness of GaAs Pas.
2004-10-14 3G phones shave costs, but integration path unclear
The latest crop of 3G cellphones shows the market is maturing with more integrated digital chipsets driving substantially lower handset costs.
2009-04-29 'Smallest' VCXOs fit tuner modules
MSC Vertriebs GmbH has introduced the DSV211AR voltage-controlled crystal oscillator (VCXO) from KDS Daishinku Corp.
2004-03-05 Zarlink ADC boosts cellphone performance
Zarlink Semiconductor has developed an advanced digital microphone technology that boosts the performance of next generation cellphones.
2004-05-18 Xenon strobe flash empowers next-gen camera phones
Aiming for a more practical approach to generate high-quality pictures from cellphones, Linear Technology Corp. has enabled the use of high-quality Xenon strobe flash in camera phones to replace the limited illumination of LEDs, and improve the requirement of cameras to be closer to the subject for clearer pictures.
2005-10-24 Worldwide cellphone market hits more than 200 million units in 3Q 2005
Worldwide shipments of cellphones increased by 19.1 percent year-over-year and reached 203.8 million units, according to IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker. Year-on-year growth increased sequentially 8.8 percent in the third quarter buoyed by new products, portfolio refreshes and new form factors with the top 5 vendors reporting all-time-high shipment levels.
2002-09-05 WLAN processor reduces power consumption by 10x
Texas Instruments' TNETW1100B WLAN processor, designed to provide 802.11b connectivity with up to a ten-fold reduction in standby mode power consumption than competing chipsets for notebook PCs, PDAs, and cellphones.
2000-07-01 Wireless future: At what cost?
I recently attended "Bluetooth Geneva," a conference sponsored by UK-based IIR Limited. Bluetooth, a proposal by cellphone makers Nokia and Ericsson along with computer makers IBM, Intel and Toshiba, is now endorsed by over 1,600 manufacturers. That this technology is hot is evidenced by the questions from the Taiwanese engineers at the executive panel discussion, "Interfacing for the Millennium," sponsored by Global Sources during the IIC-Taipei conference in May. Bluetooth was intended to link portable PCs and cellphones with a short distance wireless link. In principle, it will enable you to download an address book from your PC to your cellphone. Though it frequency hops at 2.45GHz, the Bluetooth transceiver was conceived as dumb, low power (10mW), and cheap.
2006-09-18 Wind River brings Linux to handsets
Wind River Systems Inc. announced its fourth-generation release of Linux, aimed at networking equipment and handheld devices including cellphones.
2009-03-03 Will Nokia deal boost Qualcomm market share?
Qualcomm is likely to see its spot as the leading supplier of baseband chips for next-gen cellphones following its recent deal with Nokia.
2005-08-16 Will next iPod be a phone?
Cellphones are swallowing the MP3 functionality as it did with digital cameras, leaving little room for standalone MP3 players.
2008-02-08 Wi-Fi, WiMAX soon to invade handsets
An afternoon session on wireless networks at the ISSCC concluded that cost of the latest Wi-Fi and Bluetooth links are going down, and WiMAX will soon find its way to cellphones.
2009-11-04 Wi-Fi chip supports up to 85Mbit/s at 5GHz
Atheros Communications has launched a Wi-Fi chip for cellphones that supports a single-stream version of the latest 802.11n standard.
2006-03-31 White LED drivers feature dual-gain architecture
National Semiconductor introduced three new inductorless white LED drivers for display backlighting in cellphones, PDAs, portable gaming devices and MP3 media players.
2003-01-09 What's next on power management?
Asia has increasingly become the key center for the design of portable equipment, including PDAs, notebook computers, cellphones, and digital cameras.
2002-09-09 Vishay ships industry's first silicon-based RF capacitor
The HPC0402A RF capacitor is claimed to be the industry's first silicon-based RF capacitor that boosts electrical performance while reducing the board space required for circuitry in cellphones.
2004-01-14 Vishay capacitors reduce board size by 45 percent
Vishay Intertechnology has released what it claims is the industry's first silicon-based RF capacitor that reduces the board space required for circuitry in cellphones and other wireless comms systems.
2006-06-01 Vimicro ICs eye handset mainstream
After making its mark in image processors for PC cameras, then moving into audio chips for cellphones, Chinese fabless company Vimicro Corp. is bringing it all together in its first line of multimedia chips for midrange feature phones.
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.
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