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2000-05-03 IrDA solutions for 2000 and beyond
This paper focuses on the three distinct aspects of IrDA: the impact of Windows 2000, integration into mobile phones and very fast infrared (VFIR
2000-05-03 The role of the digital STB in home entertainment system
Set-top boxes are evolving from fixed-function devices to a home networking system, allowing a new breed of interactive services. This paper describes the layered architecture and firmware approaches in the high-speed serial bus standard.
2000-05-03 The opportunities for 1394-enabled PCs
This paper describes the IEEE 1394 bus. It discusses the new applications for the IEEE 1394-enabled PCs. Additionally, the use of the 1394 standard in audio/video production studio environments is introduced.
2000-05-03 Technical overview of IEEE 1394
This paper provides a basic technical overview of the 1394 standard. It includes background, protocols, cable, power, physical layer, arbitration, link layer and future directions of the technology.
2000-05-03 Solving the technical challenges in Terrestrial DVB
This paper describes the digital terrestrial receiver, DVB-t, which is the standard for terrestrial transmissions of digital information, defined by the European Digital Video Broadcasting group. This standard has been successfully introduced in and is adopted by more and more countries throughout the world.
2000-05-03 Reducing time-to-market of your GSM handsets
This presentation proposes a RF Reference Design that any GSM phone manufacturer can use to build up their final product without deep knowledge of RF PCB design. It presents the GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) hardware solution in terms of performance, integration level, BOM, form factor and ease-of-manufacture.
2000-05-03 Reduce time to market using FLASH technology
This paper describes the Flash-based processors that can be used to reduce the cost and time to market for a product. The primary savings come in the form of reduced development time and easier debugging of the product.
2000-05-03 Pre-boot biometric authentication using fingerprints
This paper discusses the first successful implementation of fingerprint authentication inside the ROM BIOS of a PC. Pre-boot fingerprint authentication offers a non-transferable security mechanism that prevents access to the computer hardware and its sensitive data by stopping the BIOS self-test process until the presence of a valid, enrolled user is confirmed using one or more fingerprints.
2000-05-03 Optimizing silicon for SDH applications
Recent advances in personal computing and mobile telephone technology have resulted in high performance semiconductor processes increasing in production volume and decreasing in price. This paper explains how to choose from the processes on offer to best serve the requirements when developing circuits for the fiber-optic communications marketplace.
2000-05-03 Optimizing DSP processing power through glueless PCI bus transmission
This paper describes how the PCI-to-DSP bridge provides the ideal glueless transmission path between the PCI local bus and a DSP subsystem, simplifying the system designer & rsquo;s task and bringing DSP designs to market faster. The first part of the paper describes the fundamentals of the PCI bus and its future and operations. The second part describes the DSP host port interface (HPI) and the purpose of the PCI-to-DSP bridge.
2000-05-03 Optimal architecture for a camera modem
This paper explores a more optimum architecture for integrating analog modem capability into the DSC (Digital Still Camera).
2000-05-03 Networked multimedia appliance software ingredients for success
This paper discusses the advantages of distributed RTOS and windowing system technologies, such as shortening edit-compile debug cycles, cutting maintenance & verification, enabling the reuse of field-tested code across multiple products, upgrading installed systems on the fly, and developing hardware and software platforms concurrently.
2000-05-03 Migrating from 1394 "a to b"
This paper addresses the changes made to the 1394-1995 standard in 1394a. The latter section of the report discusses the 1394b, which includes a discussion of long distance and high-speed upgrades to the standard.
2000-05-03 MDC and MiniPCI modem/LAN combo design for notebooks
This paper describes the technical challenge of designing software modem and modem/LAN combo for notebook based on these two new platforms. Both modem hardware and software architecture will be discussed. The advantages of cost, development and homologation cycle, as well as variety of choice of vendors will be presented too.
2000-05-03 Market overview and future trends for 1394
This paper describes the 1394 and its impact on the market. Additionally, the paper discusses the critical issues that make some designers still reluctant to use the specification.
2000-05-03 Latest Bluetooth developments and technology trends
This paper explains the latest developments in the Bluetooth standard, a de facto standard of wireless LAN communications set to replace cable connections computing and peripheral environments like PC to printer, scanner, keyboard, mouse, mobile phone, or LAN.
2000-05-03 Improving data bandwidth using 32-bit processors in embedded applications
This paper describes how to integrate high-performance microprocessors and system controller functions for application-specific products, especially on cost-sensitive and space-limited products.
2000-05-03 Implementing 66MHz-64bit PCI with an FPGA
This paper will illustrate how to use SX-A FPGAs to implement the CorePCI 66MHz-64bit Target+DMA design, a high-performance design that currently cannot be realized with any other FPGA architecture.
2000-05-03 IEEE1284 transceivers aid in successful implementation of the IEEE1284 standard
This paper describes the IEEE 1284 transceiver and its applications.
2000-05-03 Home networking using 1394
This paper offers an overview of industry progress, bandwidth needs, media, required components, how to get started and myths versus facts about the 1394 specification in the networked environment.
2000-05-03 High-speed backplane interconnect solutions
This paper briefly describes the general performance characteristics of backplane systems and how best to select the connectors to yield a match between performance of the interconnect system and the backplane system.
2000-05-03 Enhancing graphics performance at low power
This presentation focuses on graphics performance criteria and will demonstrate ways to support advanced features like large desktop, 3D and DVD within current power budgets. The paper also highlights the notebook and desktop performance gap.
2000-05-03 Eliminating the "Last Mile" bottleneck with DSL
This paper proposes a set of performance requirements for the digital subscriber line (DSL) and discusses how the analysis can be done.
2000-05-03 Digital PC camera design with IEEE1394 connection
This paper presents the advantages of an IEEE1394a connection within a digital PC camera and gives a brief introduction of general system architecture.
2000-05-03 Designing a progressive scan DVD player and advanced set-top box
This paper describes the design and conceptualization of progressive scan DVD and advanced set-top box.
2000-05-03 Designing 802.11-compliant digital spread spectrum applications
This paper presents a 802.11-compliant transceiver chipset designed for Digital Spread Spectrum communication in the 2.4GHz ISM band. The chipset utilizes a single conversion architecture to optimize the system performance/cost tradeoff and supports multiple modulation schemes, including BPSK, QPSK, FSK and CCK.
2000-05-03 Content-Addressable Memory (CAM) and its network applications
CAM is ideally suited for several functions, including Ethernet address lookup, data compression, pattern-recognition, cache tags, high-bandwidth address filtering, and fast lookup of routing, user privilege, security or encryption information on a packet-by-packet basis for high-performance data switches, firewalls, bridges and routers. This article discusses several of these applications as well as hardware options for using CAM.
2000-05-03 Configurable logic for wireless communications: carrier and symbol synchronization
This paper is about carrier and timing synchronization in SDRs using FPGA based signal processors.
2000-05-03 Cellphone design using highly integrated GSM radio chipset
The highly integrated RF subsystem for GSM900MHz and DCS1800MHz (or PCS1900MHz) with minimal external component count and low power is presented. The entire subsystem include RF front-end IC in receive path, power amplifier (PA), transceiver with integrated dual loop synthesizer, and power amplifier controller. This article describes the GSM900MHz and DCS1800MHZ systems.
2000-05-03 CCK, the new IEEE 802.11 standard for 2.4 GHz wireless LANs
The IEEE 802.11 committee to implement Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) has adopted a new modulation CCK for 11Mbps rates in the 2.4GHz ISM band. This paper discusses the new CCK modulation scheme and the considerations that led to the adoption of this technique for the standard.
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