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What is Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit (MMIC)?
A Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit (MMIC) is a type of IC that operates at microwave frequencies (300MHz to 300GHz), performing such functions as microwave mixing, power amplification, low-noise amplification and high-frequency switching.
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2013-11-13 Universal flash storage poised to replace e-MMC
Although e-MMC is still the memory device of choice for mobile applications because of its low power usage and cost, UFS is in a better position to meet higher performance demands from mobile devices.
2009-01-19 Tiny SD/MMC voltage transistor targets portable apps
Texas Instruments has introduced a highly integrated SD/MMC card level shifter that allows engineers to bridge gap between two disparate voltage nodes while maintaining digital switching compatibility.
2005-02-08 TI digital technology supports MMC wireless audio module
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI)'s PurePath Digital technology has been selected by Mitsubishi Materials Corp. (MMC) for its latest power line communication (PLC), a module designed for transmitting audio signals, targeting wireless audio solutions for home theater applications and audio distribution networks.
2010-09-13 Smart phone memory chips pioneer e-MMC 4.41 spec
The latest Samsung moviNAND embedded memory chips enable more efficient processing of orders with a high-priority interrupt feature that cuts latency.
2004-12-17 Samsung MMC measures 12-by-14-by-1.1mm
Samsung developed a small, low-power MMC for mobile phones that is touted to overcome a major hurdle in cellphone design.
2003-04-25 Samsung develops RS-MMC for 3G mobile phones
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has announced the production of its 128MB reduced-size MultiMedia Card (RS-MMC) device for use in 2.5G and 3G mobile phones.
2006-04-24 Samsung claims first 2Gbyte MMC for cellphones
Samsung announced that it has developed a 2Gbyte MultiMediaCard that combines four 4Gbit NAND flash devices.
2003-12-01 Renesas MMC suits digital cameras, digital TVs
Renesas Technology has announced a Dual Voltage version MultiMediaCard (MMC) capable of operating on either a 1.8V or 3V source.
2004-11-26 MultiMediaCard MMC host algorithm guideline
This app note implements a guideline based on the MMC standard specification.
2008-08-08 Interfacing the MSP430 with MMC/SD flash memory cards
This application report and the associated source code files demonstrate the implementation of a serial peripheral interface (SPI) between the MSP430F161x MCU and an MMC or SD flash memory card used in SPI mode.
2008-06-25 Host Design Considerations: NAND MMC and SD-based Products
SanDisk's MultiMediaCard (MMC) and Secure Digital (SD) Card have been designed into a wide variety of consumer electronic products: MP3 players, cellphones, PDAs, digital still and video cameras, data loggers, and more. This application note will review these options and provide recommendations on the optimum way to manage them.
2007-04-16 High speed mode setting sequence for the MMC spec 4.X card
This application note features guidelines for high speed mode setting sequence to manufactures for preventing compatibility failure.
2008-05-15 Booting from embedded MMC
This technical note describes booting from an embedded MMC device#8212;such as Micron's Managed NAND#8212;and provides supporting documentation for designers incorporating MMCs in their applications.
2010-03-04 64Gbyte embedded flash supports e.MMC 4.4
SanDisk Corp. is offering iNAND embedded flash drives (EFD) with support for the e.MMC 4.4 specification.
2006-03-01 Will FMC heat up or fizzle out?
Nothing is hotter today than fixed/mobile convergence, the latest in a long line of convergences.
2006-02-03 Walsin acquires 85% stake at Kamaya Electric
Walsin Technology recently announced its acquisition of 85.84 percent of Japan-based Kamaya Electric, a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Materials Corp.
2005-02-04 Voltage translator tailored for picture card interface
TI's voltage translator provides what the company claims as the industry's first voltage level translator specifically designed for memory card interface with SD, MMC, MemoryStick and xD picture cards.
2014-01-10 Toshiba to debut UFS Ver2.0 sol'ns for tablets, smartphones
The firm worked with Qualcomm to bring Universal Flash Storage Ver2.0 solutions that aim to deliver a significant boost in performance, a key requirement for tablets and smartphones.
2005-03-31 THE memory card for cellphones
Samsung disclosed that it has started mass-production of what it claims as the smallest memory card available for mobile phones.
2007-06-05 Taiwan's miCard: The memory card to end all memory cards?
With 60MBps in throughput, Tawain's new memory card formatthe miCardtrounces all mainstream cards in speed.
2005-01-26 Taiwan card maker preps new flash memory
A Taiwanese flash card maker said it will take the wraps of a new flash memory architecture this March at the CeBit exhibition in Hannover, Germany.
2002-01-11 SanDisk unveils USB memory card readers at CES 2002
The company has introduced three ImageMate dual-slot memory card readers designed for quick and easy transfer of images, audio, video and data between storage cards and computers via the USB port.
2004-10-29 SanDisk doubles form factor cards storage capacity
SanDisk Corp. announced that it is doubling the current maximum capacities of its SanDisk miniSD and SanDisk RS-MMC cards to 512MB.
2007-03-15 Samsung ships 'highest-density' embedded flash
Samsung is shipping samples of an 8Gbyte memory chip, which the company claims is the highest-density embedded flash memory developed to date.
2005-08-01 Removable media, DRM design challenges
Mobile-content business models are challenged by the limited on-board memory in handsets and concerns over rights management.
2003-10-17 Maxtor demonstrates 175GB disk prototype
MMC Technology Inc. has announced a prototype 175GB disk for perpendicular recording.
2007-09-03 Low-cost mux supports multiple card formats
Fairchild Semiconductor says the FSSD06 is the first mux that supports high voltage and dual-voltage multiplexing between an SD card, SDIO card, MMC card and peripherals.
2003-07-16 Intel PXA800F for today's cellphones
The PXA800F cellular processor is Intel's solution for today's GSM/GPRS mobile phones. This processor features Intel XScale microarchitecture and Micro Signal Architecture (MSA).
2002-12-27 Hitachi ships card half the size of MMCs
Hitachi Ltd has announced the availability of a line of RS-MMCs that offer the same functions as a standard MMC, but at a package about half the size of the latter.
2007-03-21 Connectivity platform suits emerging mobile apps
QuickLogic has developed ArcticLink, a programmable connectivity solution platform that supports emerging mobile applications including smartphones, media players, navigation systems, industrial products and ExpressCard peripherals.
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