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2006-06-16 Startup rolls soft PHY core for Wi-Fi
The first commercial product from Silvus Communication Systems Inc. aims to give a leg up to developers of next-generation Wi-Fi chipsets and systems. The company has developed the VHDL software for a PHY chip that exceeds the requirements of the upcoming IEEE 802.11n standard.
2006-04-17 Startup plans HD media processors
On industry newcomer Vivace's drawing board are media processors that can play high-definition video while consuming less than half a watt of power.
2006-05-16 Startup moves binaries into FPGAs
Binachip Inc. recently unveiled plans to offer tools that convert embedded-software binary code into FPGA hardware implementations.
2006-06-01 Startup enables IC variability characterization
In a bid to enable silicon fabs to provide statistical parametric characterization, Stratosphere Solutions Inc. recently introduced intellectual property that inserts test structures in silicon wafers.
2006-03-01 Spec covers high-speed signaling boards
The VITA has approved a working standard for a ruggedized board and connector format that will support high-speed signaling standards, including PCI Express, Serial RapidIO, Infiniband and Advanced Switching Interconnect.
2006-01-02 Southside Frankie cheers neighborhood team
Frank Burge narrates looks back to his hometown and cheers for the neighborhood.
2006-03-01 SoC platform aims at low-cost CE apps
LSI Logic has launched a new ASIC platform targeting battery-driven consumer devices that cost less than $149.
2006-03-01 Smart radios stretch spectrum
The wireless industry has embraced the belief that cognitive is the next big thing after software-defined radio.
2006-09-01 Single-chip phone heads for handset market
Silicon Laboratories Inc. has developed a single-chip GSM phone that combines the power-management unit, ARM controller, battery interface and charging circuitry, digital baseband, analog baseband and RF transceiver functionality into a monolithic IC.
2006-05-16 SigmaTel to challenge with integrated TV ICs
SigmaTel Inc. has entered the TV audio market with a line of high-fidelity, multistandard TV audio processors.
2009-02-17 Show engineering some love
According to IBM Fellow John Cohn, kids are not interested in studying engineering and people who love it need to do something about it.
2006-01-24 Report: Sony cuts 400 from U.S. TV plant
Sony Electronics is shutting down its television picture-tube manufacturing line in Rancho Bernardo, California, laying off 400, the company announced last week.
2006-07-01 Qualcomm's chip chief looks to 4G
Qualcomm Inc.'s Sanjay Jha sat down with EE Times' Loring Wirbel to share QCT's plans for continued domination in 3G and emerging 4G wireless.
2007-12-18 Q3 07: A season of turbulence
The third quarter of 2007 was rather turbulent for the electronics industry, as seen in EE Times-Asia's most read stories of Q3 07.
2006-04-17 PWI spec charged for battery apps
A newly released PowerWise interface spec promises enhanced power-management interconnect capability to multidomain SoCs in battery-powered, handheld devices.
2006-07-17 Processor rolls for 3G infrastructure
Applied Micro Circuits Corp. has launched nP3665, the first packet-forwarding engine from the company to be dedicated specifically to third-generation wireless applications, including node B base stations and serving GPRS support nodes.
2006-07-17 Plain I?C bus to get speed makeover
Designers at Royal Philips Electronics have upped the speed of the venerable I?C serial bus by 250 percent, thus improving data transfer speeds as well as response to control commands.
2006-08-01 Philips exec sees 3C convergence in China
As senior director and technical support manager for Greater China, Charles Wang manages the entire technical support function of Greater China for Philips Semiconductors.
2006-08-01 Perpendicular media find drive
Seagate Technology LLC rolled out nine new hard disks using perpendicular recording technology, including its first-ever 1.8-inch drive. It also announced its first hybrid flash/hard disk for notebooks and an upgraded approach to drive encryption.
2006-08-01 PCI Express takes aim at 5Gbps
The 2.5Gbps PCI Express interconnect will slowly shift gears into a 2.0 version by yearend. The new version will rev data rates to 5Gbps.
2006-09-01 One-chip core logic eyes ultramobile PCs
Via Technologies Inc. is set to launch a single-chip core logic platform that squeezes a host of connectivity options and multimedia acceleration into a 35mm2 footprint.
2006-06-16 Novices get IC picture
Part of Cadence's top-tier Incisive Enterprise tool suite, the Scenario Builder lets designers with limited verification expertise craft multichannel, system-level verification scenarios.
2006-02-16 No illusions: Toward brighter flat displays
R. Colin Johnson talks with Candice Brown Elliott of Clairvoyante Inc., who revealed the specific aspects of the human visual system that the company harnessed.
2006-02-01 Next-gen radios bend toward flexibility
Advanced A/D conversion is an important first step for software processing of next-gen radios.
2006-06-16 Networking guru bets for the best
Building big stuff is what fires up Bechtel Telecommunications and its CTO, Jake MacLeod. Rick Merritt of EE Times sat up with the CTO recently.
2006-06-01 NEC develops IC to compensate distortion in optical fiber
NEC has developed an IC that compensates waveform distortion of modulated signals arising from polarization mode dispersion.
2006-02-01 My friend Mike, the harmonica man
Frank Burge shares the life of his friend, Mike, son of immigrants who lived in Manhattan Island and who learned to play the harmonica when he was 10.
2006-04-03 Multiple options tie home networking in knots
While experts agree that video will be a crucial driver for home networking in the next few years, there is little agreement on which wired technology is best for shuttling video around the house.
2006-06-16 Multigigahertz antenna gets on board
Centurion Wireless Technologies Inc.'s NanoAnt surface-mount antenna, offered for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS services operating between 1.575GHz and 6GHz, does not require a ground, nor does it use thermal- or actuator-based MEMS.
2006-08-01 MobileMedia framed for Windows
Nvidia Corp., recently unveiled its MobileMedia Platform for handheld devices that use Microsoft's Windows Mobile 5.0.
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