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2004-10-04 Toshiba, Microtune develop RF tuner for HD TVs
Toshiba Module Group and Microtune Inc. have cooperated in the development of a production-ready, digital cable-ready TV tuner module.
2008-07-07 TI positions analog front-end for portable ultrasound
Texas Instruments Inc. has introduced a fully integrated analog front end for portable ultrasound equipment.
2003-12-17 TI gain amplifier targets industrial scanning apps
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) has announced an eight-channel, low-noise variable gain amplifier from the company's
2014-02-14 Taking a look at the field-programmable RF chip
Developed in the US for UK's Lime Microsystems, the FPRF transmitter takes a digital data stream and converts it into wireless signals, while the receiver performs the inverse operation.
2009-03-12 Tackling FM antenna design roadblocks
As wireless usage models become more popular in portable devices, customers are demanding wire-free FM radio reception with embedded antennas. The article discusses maximizing sensitivity to improve FM reception using an embedded antenna and the methods to achieve that goal.
2012-07-30 Sub-GHz PHY transceiver supports multiple IEEE modes
SX1257 delivers complete solution for IEEE 802.15.4g (SUN)
2005-09-16 Startup integrates DVB-T tuner tasks
RF Magic Inc. has taken all the circuitry required for a DVB-T tuner and integrated it onto an 8mm x 8mm QFN-lead IC.
2007-09-13 Startup fields universal mobile TV chip
Startup MediaPhy Corp. has launched on Sept. 12 what the company calls an "all CMOS single-die worldwide mobile TV chip designed to work with three different mobile TV standards.
2004-10-27 ST embeds radio section in digital single-chip GPS receiver
ST has developed a single-chip GPS for active antenna systems featuring the complete RF function, GPS base-band, an ARM7TDMI processor and peripherals.
2004-12-16 Space-based GPS lowers costs
Developing a satellite may be expensive, but integrating a GPS receiver may trim down costs.
2013-09-02 SMC picks MaxLinears capture receiver for cable gateways
MaxLinear's MxL265 cable tuner is capable of receiving up to 680Mbit/s via 16 bonded downstream channels.
2008-05-21 SkyTraq intros 'highest-integration' GPS receiver
SkyTraq has introduced the Venus634LP GPS receiver, touted to be the highest-integration single-chip GPS receiver using its low-power Venus6T GPS architecture.
2007-11-13 Single-conversion mobile TV tuner promises 'lowest' BOM
Maxim's MAX2165 is a highly integrated, single-conversion tuner for DVB-H mobile TV applications that promises the industry's lowest external BOM.
2009-08-19 Single-chip WLAN ICs achieve 150Mbit/s
Infineon's new Xway Wave100 ICs provide a cost-effective solution for 802.11n network access points.
2008-07-04 Silicon TV tuners speed past the CAN
Until the most recent product announcements, silicon tuners have fallen well short of the performance offered by hand-tuned CAN tuners. But one company in particular seems to have focused on achieving the best possible silicon solutions for fixed TV tuners: XCeive Inc.
2009-12-15 Silicon tuner supports all TV standards
Silicon tuners are poised to replace traditional MoPLL based CAN tuners in all applications, and NXP's new tuner fits in all TVs.
2002-08-30 Silicon Labs GSM transceiver integrates DCXO
The Aero+ GSM/GPRS transceiver integrates a digitally-controlled crystal oscillator and eliminates the need for a VC-TCXO in mobile phones.
2013-04-18 SiGe transceivers target mm wave wireless backhaul
Infineon's BGTx0 family claims to simplify system design and production logistics by replacing more than 10 discrete devices.
2006-09-21 SiGe rolls out 'first' Galileo-ready receiver
SiGe Semiconductor Inc. recently introduced a Galileo-ready receiver, said to be the first for mass market consumer electronics.
2009-01-30 Shark fin antenna fits automobiles
Laird Technologies Inc. has launched its new "Shark Fin" style modular antenna assembly for automotive vehicles.
2015-10-20 Shanghai opens incubator for More-than-Moore devices
SITRI's goal is to go beyond the process-node driven CMOS technologies that have defined the IC industry for decades and helped propel PC and smartphone market growth.
2006-02-01 SDR: Today's myth, tomorrow's reality?
Just a buzz word five years ago, the potential impact of SDR for wireless providers is now significant.
2003-03-17 Sarantel releases SMT GPS antenna
Sarantel Ltd has released a surface-mount version of its active GeoHelix miniature GPS antennas for use in portable and handheld GPS systems.
2008-02-13 Samsung unveils 65nm mobile application processor
Samsung Electronics will start sampling in May a 65nm mobile application processor targeted at smartphones and PNDs.
2007-07-02 Samsung fields multiband mobile TV chipset
Samsung's 65nm multi-standard channel decoder (S3C4F31) and multi-band RF tuner (S5M8602) chipset supports multiple digital mobile TV standards including DVB-H/T, DAB-IP, ISDB-T and terrestrial DMB.
2007-06-29 Sampling starts for 65nm multistandard mobile TV chipset
Samsung has started sampling a multistandard channel decoder and multiband RF tuner chipset made using its 65nm process.
2006-05-31 Rising unveils RF transceiver chipset for 3G WCDMA handsets
Rising Micro Electronics announced that it has successfully developed RF transceiver chipset for 3G WCDMA wireless handsets using Jazz Semiconductor's 0.18m SiGe BiCMOS.
2003-11-27 RFMD device offered in 3-by-3mm footprint
RF Micro Devices has announced the availability of its RF2861 single-band receiver front-end with an integrated TX LO buffer amplifier designed for CDMA cellular, JCDMA, and CDMA450 applications.
2002-08-27 RFMD CDMA receiver features 3-by-3mm footprint
The RF2870 CDMA front-end receiver features a transmit local oscillator buffer amplifier and occupies a 3-by-3mm footprint.
2011-09-13 RFaxis, Freescale to work on high-performance ZigBee, ISM solutions
RFaxis and Freescale have joined forces to deliver high-performance ZigBee and ISM solutions for wireless connectivity and mobility markets, especially in the 2.4GHz frequency band.
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