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2009-06-30 DSP brings audio recording studio in notebooks
Analog Devices Inc.'s Sharc floating-point DSP has enabled a laptop computer to pack an audio recording studio.
2011-03-23 Diodes output rectifiers cool applications
Diodes Inc.'s SBR12U100P5, SBR12U120P5 and SBR15U30SP5 Super Barrier Rectifiers offer blocking voltage capabilities of 100V or 120V and suit slim laptop, netbook adapter, LCD and LED TV applications.
2006-08-15 DAQ system promises high speed, flexibility
Acqiris is offering a compact, high-speed, multichannel DAQ system, which delivers essential oscilloscope capabilities that can be easily combined with a desktop or laptop PC.
2003-09-10 Broadcom, Philips shrink Wi-Fi for embedded apps
Eyeing Wi-Fi apps beyond the laptop, Broadcom and Philips will introduce chip solutions that support wireless connectivity in PDAs and portable consumer electronics.
2010-07-27 Biometric ID platform secures smart phones
BIO-key International Inc. debuts a mobile biometric identification and authentication platform that captures and transmits fingerprint biometric data to a secure server for authentication of smart phone, laptop, tablet and desktop users.
2006-11-09 Audio chip adds headphone, loudspeaker to portables
STMicroelectronics has introduced a compact stereo headphone and loudspeaker driver chip, with an I?C bus control interface, for mobile phones, PDAs and laptop computers.
2005-10-07 American Power Conversion offers fingerprints security for laptops
American Power Conversion's new PCMCIA Password Manager, a personal fingerprint scanner, facilitates an additional level of security for laptop users' login and password information.
2010-07-09 Adapters bring wireless displays home
Iogear's Guwavkit is a three-piece set that includes a USB host/transmitter for the laptop or desktop computer and separate STB adapters for audio and video.
2013-08-14 802.11ac chipsets for CEs to hit 45 per cent in 2017
Smartphones, networking equipment and laptop PCs are spearheading the adoption of 802.11ac, with strong uptake occurring in the first half of this year.
2004-11-08 Zilog offers customers MCU support
Zilog announced the availability of its Smart Flash Programmer portfolio of in-circuit flash MCU programming software.
2007-01-11 XYZ-axis accelerometers roll for mobile CE apps
Freescale Semiconductor has unveiled three XYZ-axis accelerometers that provide motion-sensing for CE devices that require fast response times, low current consumption, low-voltage operation and sleep mode in small-profile packages.
2004-03-15 Xybernaut granted transferable core patent in China
Xybernaut Corp. has been granted a patent by China related to its transferable core IP. The Chinese patent, called
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.
2005-08-15 WLAN on the move: 802.11xyz
The 802.11 standard (a.k.a. Wi-Fi) may play an even larger role in the future as it continues to evolve.
2006-08-14 WLAN chipset market to reach $2.3B in '09
The global WLAN chipset market sales reached $910 million in 2005 and is projected to reach $2.3 billion in 2009, according to recent report by Frost & Sullivan.
2010-01-20 Wireless network system boosts learning experience
The wireless network gives teachers a way to gauge student understanding and foster student engagement.
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.
2011-08-26 Wind River, McAfee strengthen security for embedded designs
The rise of Internet-enabled devices has given embedded system designers the challenge to incorporate security into their designs.
2005-03-17 Winbond to acquire National Semi's PC Super I/O business
National Semiconductor Corp. has signed a definitive agreement to sell its PC Super I/O business to Taiwan-based Winbond Electronics Corp.
2008-03-27 WiMAX takes off at airports
WiMAX is set to make its commercial debut at airports, updating manifests, flight plans and onboard entertainment each time a plane lands.
2008-12-16 WiMAX demands conformance
WiMAX, has become the poster child of the mobile Internet world but WiMAX devices, terminals and base stations require rigorous testing and conformance to tight specification standards, more so than those required for Wi-Fi.
2009-06-03 WiMAX chips target handheld mobile apps
MediaTek has introduced three second generation IEEE 802.16e WiMAX chips designed for customer-premises equipments, handsets and other mobile devices.
2010-10-13 Will WHDI make it into mobile by 2012?
Wireless High-definition Interface will be in handsets by 2012, says Yoav Nissan-Cohen, chairman and CEO of Amimon, the company that developed the technology.
2011-11-23 Will SSD go the distance?
Here's an overview of the SSD technology and how vendors have been able to improve its endurance and reliability to a level that meets enterprise requirements.
2016-05-05 Will Apple mark the end of 3.5mm headphones?
Since Apple's already navigated the 30-pin to Lightning transition, what's the incremental motivation to additionally drop the legacy headphone jack connection?
2005-10-31 Wideband tuner targets high-end military RF signal processing
M/A-COM announced the new TU-3840 wideband ELINT tuner, which is designed for use in high-end signal processing military applications and is based on the company's SEI-certified, SMR-3822 RF Microwave Sweeping Receiver technology.
2009-04-28 Wi-Fi/HSPA solution powers Classmate PCs
Huawei Technologies has developed the Huawei EM772, claimed to be first module to integrate two network standards, Wi-Fi and HSPA for Classmate PCs.
2013-01-09 Wi-Fi, WiGig Alliance to operate under one roof
The Wi-Fi Alliance and WiGig Alliance have executed a memorandum of agreement outlining their plans to consolidate activity under one group.
2009-07-17 Wi-Fi SoC features versatile sensor interface
G2 Microsystems has released a low-power Wi-Fi SoC (G2C543), a module (G2M5437) and a development kit, to make it easy for designers to connect consumer electronic devices directly to the Internet or to future Wi-Fi Personal Area Network (PAN) systems.
2010-09-23 Wi-Fi chipsets to exceed 1B units by 2012
Latest In-Stat reports indicate that Wi-Fi chipset shipments will exceed one billion units by 2012, driven by the ever-expanding range of apps and devices adopting the ubiquitous technology.
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