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2005-09-23 GPS receiver delivers on performance, size and low power
SiGe Semiconductor expanded its PointCharger product line with the SE4110L radio IC, which is designed to deliver the performance, integration, and low current required for GPS-enabled handsets and portable consumer products.
2002-10-10 GPS receiver allows simultaneous UMTS, GSM/GPRS operations
Qualcomm's RGR6200 GPS radio receiver is designed to enable simultaneous GPS operation with UMTS and GSM/GPRS systems.
2011-05-25 GPS radio antenna uses LDS tech
Antenova introduces the M10382 GPS RADIONOVA, a surface mount GPS Radio Antenna Module utilizing the latest Laser Direct Structuring (LDS) technology in a compact low profile package.
2009-10-14 GPS processor eases location integration
CSR's SiRFstarIV GSD4e GPS location processor has a built-in CPU and SiRFGeoRecov technology optimized to ensure continuous location awareness without loading the host processor.
2008-04-17 GPS faceoff: Garmin nuvi 750 vs. HP iPaq 310
GPS systems are forecasted to be one of the top growth areas for consumer products in 2008, with a number of different manufacturers offering different approaches to a GPS solution but all having relatively similar form.
2008-10-29 GooglePhone responds to Android's aspirations
Smart phones are again the talk of the town. This time it's the T-Mobile G1, a distinctly un-Apple, un-iPhone-like slider. Is the new "GooglePhone" a true revolution or simply a creative reuse?
2007-02-20 GNSS receivers add position location to handsets
SiGe Semiconductor announced the SE4120S and SE4110S global navigation satellite system receiver ICs allowing designers to support position location capabilities in mobile handsets.
2007-07-02 GNSS receiver achieves cascaded NF of 1.4dB
Maxim Integrated Products introduces the MAX2769, the industry's first universal, single-chip global navigation satellite system receiver for GPS with total cascaded NF of 1.4dB.
2007-09-20 Global TV tuner chip surpasses 'can' tuners
MaxLinear's MxL5007 TV tuner IC handles virtually all global standards in a single CMOS device, with performance that the vendor claims exceeds conventional so-called "can" (hybrid) devices.
2010-05-18 Front-ends tailored for handheld Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
RF Micro Devices Inc. has launched a new front-end module (FEM) that delivers a complete integrated solution for handset/handheld Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth systems.
2009-07-20 Front-end ultrasound IC packs CWD beamformer
Maxim Integrated Products has developed the MAX2078, touted to be the lowest power, octal, ultrasound front-end solution with integrated mixer-based continuous-wave Doppler (CWD) beamformer.
2010-04-14 Front-end modules get smart phones Wi-Fi-connected
The highly-integrated LX5553 802.11b/g/n front-end module supports Wi-Fi functionality in space-constrained smart phones and other data-enabled cellular handset designs.
2009-03-09 Front-end modules address size demands
RF Micro Devices Inc. has expanded its Wi-Fi product portfolio to include three new front-end modules: the RF5325, RF5345 and RF5725, which are designed to address the need for high performance and continued size reductions in mobile Wi-Fi applications.
2010-06-04 Front-end module handles Zigbee, ISM apps
RF Micro Devices Inc. has released the RF6525 front end module that meets or exceeds the system requirements of Zigbee applications operating in the 2.4GHz to 2.5GHz frequency band.
2010-06-17 Front-end module fits multiple Tx/Rx apps at 900MHz
From RF Micro Devices Inc. comes the RF3858 front end module, which supports multiple Tx/Rx applications in the 900MHz ISM band, including Smart Energy/AMI.
2007-09-03 Front-end ICs fit Wi-Fi, Bluetooth systems
Anadigics Inc. has released a family of three front-end ICs (FEICs) in low profile standard packages targeting next-generation, Wi-Fi smart phones and consumer electronics products.
2005-11-23 Front-end IC based on SiGe
Atmel released a new Silicon Germanium based front-end IC that features a wide operating frequency range of 300MHz to 500MHz.
2010-08-26 FM antenna module offers drop-in solution
Antenova's M10385 is a dual-mode receive/transmit internal surface mount FM antenna module suited for mobile and digital media device applications.
2012-06-26 FEMs support multiple, emerging WiFi specs
RFMD's RFFM8200, RFFM8500, RFFM8202 and RFFM8502 FEMs claim exceptional dynamic error vector magnitude performance.
2013-01-16 FEM targets smart energy, ISM band apps
The RFFM6403 from RFMD operates in the 405-475MHz range and integrates a transmit high power path with a 30.5dBm PA and Tx harmonic output filtering.
2014-03-12 Examining field-programmable RF chip
Here's a look at a chip that comes from the wireless domain and is touted to bring exciting new possibilities.
2006-02-07 Evaluation board supports 3.5G single-chip CMOS transceiver
Sirific Wireless Ltd reports that it has introduced the mobile industry's smallest multi-band HSDPA/WEDGE radio evaluation module for 3.5G handset applications.
2013-11-20 Evaluation board for BGU8011 GNSS
Here's an explanation of the BGU8011 GNSS FE evaluation board.
2007-02-08 DVB-H receivers bring TV to mobile phones
DiBcom is sampling two receivers that enable mobile TV broadcasts in mobile phones.
2010-04-12 Driving next-generation cellular tech
To succeed in the next generation of wireless technology, RF hardware must become more compact, cost efficient, and capable of adapting many-band configurations.
2005-04-18 Designing an optimal wireless SoC
The ultimate challenge in designing high-speed chips in wireless devices lies in the integration of the RF transceiver into an SoC.
2004-12-01 Deep-submicron CMOS aids RF design
High-speed serial digital interfaces are being exploited to change the way systems are partitioned.
2003-06-30 DCT chipset extends cordless phone operating distance
Atmel Corp. has announced the availability of its 2.4GHz DCT chipset that extends distance between the handset of a cordless phone and the basestation.
2008-01-31 CSR evolves along with Bluetooth
Over the years, CSR has evolved steadily in the Bluetooth market by continuing to support the latest version of the standard, improving its design process and including additional features.
2008-01-23 CSR allies with Samsung on mobile GPS modules
CSR announced that it has halved the cost of embedded GPS solutions through a collaboration with Samsung Electro-Mechanics Co.
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