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2008-09-26 Qualcomm mobile chip powers first Android handset
Qualcomm may have secured its place inside the first Android cellphone but analysts believe that stiff competition from rival wireless chip vendors will follow on future handsets running the Google Inc.-backed OS.
2002-11-11 Philips, Cingular Wireless complete field trial of SAIC chips
Royal Philips Electronics and Cingular Wireless have successfully completed a commercial network field trial of Philips' single antenna interference cancellation (SAIC) chips for next-generation GSM/GPRS mobile phones
2005-05-30 Choose the best IC integration method when designing a 3G handset
When designing a 3G handset, what's the best IC integration method�system-in-package or system-on-chip
2009-02-04 Tracking tech IP targets handset RF front ends
Nujira Ltd has launched its Coolteq-I high-accuracy tracking technology IP targeting handset RF front ends for 3G, LTE and WiMAX devices that are likely to hit the market in 2011
2007-01-16 Noise canceler IC suits DVB-H, cellular handsets
Quellan brings noise cancellation to consumer platforms with Q:Active, extremely small noise-source emulation chips intended for handsets designed for mobile broadcast video
2011-04-14 New Atom chips to overcome Intel's mobile dilemma
Intel's 45nm Atom Z670 or Oak Trail, and a follow-up 32nm dual-core Atom chip called Cedar Trail should help expand its presence in the mobile market and enable slimmer netbook designs with larger displays.
2006-02-06 Multi-band CMOS cellular transceiver integrates LNA
Quorum's new multi-band CMOS chips cover seven bands, including all 3GPP frequency bands as well as 800MHz and 1,700MHz
2006-02-14 EoNex's modem chips based on CEVA DSP solution
CEVA Inc. announced that its low-power CEVA-TeakLite DSP solution is being used in production by EoNex Technologies.
2007-05-15 Clamshell handset receives DVB-H TV programs
Samsung's SGH-P920 clamshell phone added to an already impressive feature set the ability to receive DVB-H TV programming.
2007-02-09 Chips enable WLAN, Bluetooth, FM in handsets
TI has announced two devices built on the company's DRP single-chip technology designed to drive affordable WLAN, Bluetooth and FM technologies into mass market handsets.
2010-03-25 4G/LTE chips launch comes with little chaos
Much of the WiMAX/LTE solutions at the CTIA show are still point solutions and represent a prelude to the chaos and confusion that technology vendors will be busy unraveling.
2008-09-29 Samsung taps RFMD chips for 3G handsets
RF Micro Devices Inc. has secured design wins on more than 10 upcoming Samsung Electronics 3G handsets.
2007-02-15 More than 1B Wi-Fi chips to ship in 2012, report says
By the end of 2008, more than 1 billion Wi-Fi chipsets will have rolled into the market, according to a recent report by ABI Research.
2005-03-25 Mobile WLAN chips debut
Texas Instruments announced what it calls the first single-chip 802.11a/b/g offering in a 90nm CMOS process.
2009-03-30 Handset chips Edge toward low power
ST-Ericsson NV has announced the 4908 and 4910 for next-generation, low-cost handsets to the Edge standard. The company claims these new chips offer the longest battery life for mobile phones
2008-08-01 Chips work on improving GPS signal levels
As mobile handset providers include GPS functionality into their phones at more promising levels, attention is turning to the design and drop-in capability of its functions. Although presently much attention has been directed toward GPS DSPs, they are only part of the GPS success story
2005-08-16 Cellular phone displays go hi-res
Global adoption of cellphones has prompted the development of high-resolution color displays to handle the devices' stringent audiovisual needs.
2006-03-21 Sold out TSMC is offloading work, say reports
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd has reportedly declined to comment on a report that it has sold out of manufacturing capacity in the second quarter.
2012-03-13 MediaTek: Unknown OEMs may be next smartphone stars
MediaTek Inc. president, Ching-Jiang Hsieh believes that unknown China-based handset makers will drive the next big wave of smartphones
2010-01-20 GPS uptake in handsets hits roadblocks
The GPS and location industry faces a second wave of design challenges, which will greatly alter the competitive landscape and the resulting services that can be successfully offered.
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.
2009-02-19 Analyst skeptical on Broadcom's 3G design wins
The announcement that Broadcom will be a supplier to some of Nokia's next-gen HSPA-based handsets should position the company to gain share in the cellular handset market in years to come, according to Craig Berger, an analyst with FBR Capital Markets
2004-12-13 Too many radios, too little cell space
Cellphone makers are about to find out how many radios they can squeeze into a handset
2008-12-17 TerreStar, Qualcomm collaborate on comms tech
TerreStar Networks Inc. has inked an agreement with Qualcomm Inc. to develop integrated satellite-cellular communications technologies for conventional-sized mobile devices designed for government, public safety, enterprise and consumer users
2006-07-01 Startups push for WiMAX cellphone
Two silicon startups are designing a combined media access controller and PHY chip that will work with third-party WiMAX RF chips
2005-09-21 Spansion, Atheros packaging solution reduces size of mobile phones
Spansion LLC and Atheros Communications Inc. have developed an innovative packaging solution that is designed to reduce the size of dual-mode cellular/wireless LAN (WLAN) mobile phones
2007-03-16 Omap gets break in Moto design win
Motorola and TI recently inked a deal to expand their 3G and WiMAX collaborations?a move that should resuscitate TI's Omap baseband processor family.
2007-03-01 New middleware takes SDR beyond military apps
middleware specialists are exploring new ways to optimize architectures for SDR operations.
2006-06-07 Mobile comms owe to chunky phones of the 80s
As a tribute to the early days of cellular communications and to the progress made in this field, Teardown examines the technology behind Motorola's DynaTAC 'brick' phone from the '80s
2005-08-16 MediaTek mulls move on cell ICs
Taiwan's MediaTek Inc. is gearing up to enter the cellular chipset business, calling to mind the whole detour of the DVD silicon saga
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