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2004-09-15 Anadigics PA module offers low-power quiescent current mode
Anadigics announced that it is shipping production volumes of a new indium gallium phosphide heterojunction bipolar transistor power amplifier for 450MHz CDMA apps.
2013-05-20 An introduction to ZigBee Smart Energy Profile 2.0
Here's an overview of the Smart Energy Profile 2.0, an emerging standard in the smart energy market, being developed by the ZigBee Alliance.
2003-01-29 An engineer who makes time a success factor
Being currently involved and busy with a project at the Asian Development Bank and the Supreme Court of the Philippines, Gruet still finds time to manage other pro-bono activities.
2007-12-26 AMD: Barcelona ramp issues trickle down to channel
AMD is 'spreading the misery equally to all our partners,' said Gary Bixler, director of worldwide channel development, emphasizing that the chipmaker's Barcelona issues are affecting distribution of the quad-core chip to both tier-one and channel partners alike.
2009-08-05 AMD, HP seek PCIe 3.0 extensions
Advanced Micro Devices and Hewlett-Packard researchers have written two extensions to the PCIe 3.0 specification, which aim to enable lower cost chips that could support multiple protocols and reduce processor overhead.
2007-09-11 AMD saddles Barcelona into quad-core race
When AMD officially launches its first quad-core processor this week, the chipmaker will be delivering what it needs to remain competitive in the race against larger rival Intel.
2012-08-30 AMD nearing goal of receiving broad industry backing
The RapidIO Trade Association is lobbying ARM and its SoC partners to adopt its technology as a standard interconnect.
2014-10-28 Alliance beefs up efforts on 2.5/5G Ethernet specifications
The NBASE-T Alliance will specify 2.5Gbit/s and 5Gbit/s rates over Cat5e and Cat6 cables with power-over-Ethernet to extend the life of the installed cable plant.
2005-01-24 Agilent to acquire power amplifier maker in South Korea
Agilent Technologies Inc. and South Korea-based Wavics have entered into an agreement under which Agilent will acquire Wavics, a designer and manufacturer of power amplifier modules for the worldwide mobile handset market.
2004-10-25 Agere sampling Class 12 Edge/GPRS reference designs
Agere claimed its latest reference platform for multimedia mobile phones based on GPRS/Edge technology can reduce handset time-to-market by up to three months.
2006-05-16 Advanced memories still struggle in mobiles
Memory research managers themselves have scaled back their rhetoric in the past, avoiding the term universal memory altogether. Freescale, Intel and Texas Instruments are dealing with memory designs.
2013-05-02 Active antenna prototype maximises coverage, data rate
Today's active antennas can adjust impedance and frequency response to cover a set of frequency bands. The prototype versions can change the length and shape of radiation elements to focus beams in specific directions.
2005-03-08 Acoustic echo cancellation and noise suppression libraries
Microchip announced two new software libraries for its 16bit dsPIC Digital Signal Controllers.
2008-05-16 A win-win arrangement, perhaps?
In many smaller, low-power applications, "they" provide the MCU with a power rail, and the MCU sips that power. And while an efficient supply matched to the application is key, it normally provides a fixed voltage.
2010-02-18 5MP image sensor delivers 720p HD video at 60fps
OmniVision Technologies Inc. has launched the OV5647 1/4-inch, 5Mpixel RAW CMOS image sensor based on its 1.4?m OmniBSI backside illumination (BSI) technology.
2015-07-21 5 trends in the shifting mobile market
While cloud storage is increasing, so is the demand for higher capacity and higher performing local storage in the smartphones, tablets and personal connected devices we depend on most.
2015-12-28 5 stimulating stories you might have missed in 2015
Apart from the mergers and acquisitions that graced our banner headlines for almost once a week this year, there are other stories that are equally important. Here are five of them.
2008-05-13 3G PA powers up EGSM handsets
Anadigics has introduced a PA module designed specifically for use in 3G dual-band handsets for EGSM network deployments worldwide, especially Europe.
2010-03-03 3D TV launch rouses eyestrain concern
Experts in human perception are raising concerns that stereo 3D TVs could cause eye strain and related health problems.
2014-12-23 3D printing spins confusion at copyrights
No matter which market analysis firm you go to, it will paint rosy picture for 3D printer and consumables market. Here we look at the current and upcoming capabilities of 3D scanners that help you "copy" designs for your 3D printing needs.
2010-11-17 2018: Exascale computing systems
Today's computer designs are too complex and power-hungry to deliver the quintillion instructions per second expected of exascale computing systems, thus radical shifts in computing are needed. "If we don’t do this kind of work, exascale systems will consume 100MW instead of the 5MW today's top supercomputers use," said Richard Murphy, principal investigator overseeing a DARPA program on the topic.
2007-07-30 200V audio driver targets high-power transistors
The highly integrated LME49810 audio power amplifier driver from National Semiconductor is a 200V IC designed to drive discrete high-power transistors in systems delivering up to 3,000W.
2009-10-15 18Mpixel camera phone, anyone?
It won't be long before your camera phone will turn into a real camera with a real phone. But what will it take to make that happen? And will it affect alleven the most basic phones?
2006-08-03 10Gbps dual CDR rolls for short-reach XFP apps
AMCC has developed the S19256 dual CDR for use in short-reach and intermediate reach XFP modules.
2004-03-19 'Over the top' routing boosts PCB speeds
A new approach to PCB routing can boost chip-to-chip interconnect speeds to 20Gbps, dramatically speeding system performance, according to Joe Fjelstad, founder of technology startup SiliconPipe.
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