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2008-12-09 Quantance, efficient radio frequency transmit circuits
There is no doubt that obtaining funding for a semiconductor startup in this economy is anything but easy. But not all is lost, as Quantance demonstrates.
2015-06-08 Moving closer to full cognitive radio
This article explores the concept of cognitive radio, which promises to offer much higher utilisation of the available spectrum
2005-06-03 Frontier Silicon offers PVR-like capabilities to digital radio
Frontier Silicon introduced DABplus, a combination of a sophisticated advanced electronic program guide (EPG) and advanced recording and timer capabilities for its Venice module
2006-05-01 Mobile TV: Promising, but disappointing
Programming range and video-on-demand are two of the most important cable TV benefits that consumers expect from mobile TV. Without them, mobile TV will fail.
2006-08-16 A long road to convergence
Convergence is perhaps the most important wireless trend of all, initially binding cellphones to PBXes but ultimately providing transparency between cellular LAN and WLANs.
2014-01-22 Wideband systems for RF signal monitoring
Find out how we can fulfil the requirement for equipment that can capture wideband signals, and can deal with the large amount of data created.
2005-03-01 Scalable load testing targets multi-service RF network gear
Tektronix's new LTS21, priced between about $300,000 and $1.5 million, shapes us as a configurable load test system.
2003-08-19 LRC releases high-voltage diodes for microwave ovens
The HVM5 to HVM16 high-voltage diodes from Leshan Radio Co. Ltd feature a forward current of 0.35A and peak voltage of 5kV to 16kV
2003-08-28 LRC rectifiers offered in box, tube packing
Exported worldwide, the rectifiers from Leshan Radio Co. Ltd are available in a wide range of models, and are offered in box and plastic tube packing
2003-08-25 LRC diodes feature high efficiency and durability
Exported worldwide, the SMA diodes from Leshan Radio Co. Ltd feature high efficiency and durability
2002-12-10 IC startups chase new technology
Entrepreneurs arrived in the U.S. last week offering chips they said would spur the development of multiprotocol radios, full-motion video on cellphones and wideband WLANs, among other next-generation products.
2006-09-13 Frontier Silicon, SigmaTel DAB partnership eyes Chinese arena
Frontier Silicon and SigmaTel are partnering up to offer a combined digital audio broadcasting, FM and MP3 player platform for portable devices, targeted at Chinese OEMs.
2007-02-12 CSR joins Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, FM bandwagon
CSR plc has joined the growing list of companies over the past few days announcing their roadmaps for integrating Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities and FM radio functionality in chips targeting mobile phones.
2008-05-29 Canada opens wireless market to more competition
Canada Minister of Industry Jim Prentice announced the opening the bidding process for the Advanced Wireless Services (AWS) spectrum auction, enabling more competition in the wireless market.
2009-04-23 Bluetooth 3.0 rides 24Mbit/s over 802.11
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group has released the Bluetooth 3.0 specification supporting data rates up to 24Mbit/s over a shared 802.11 radio
2007-02-14 Wi-Fi/Bluetooth combos continue to spread
In the days leading up to the 3GSM World Congress, wireless chip makers unleashed a barrage of similar-sounding products for cellular handsets that offer simultaneous support for Bluetooth and WLANs
2008-05-01 Understanding embedded antennas
Embedded systems design is garnering a lot of attention these days, but for many designers, the embedded antenna remains somewhat of a mystery. Indeed, antennas have always had a bit of RF mystique around them and probably will continue to do so
2007-01-16 Space telescope to see distant past
IBM will collaborate with Dutch researchers to produce chips for a radio astronomy telescope that's preparing to peek billions of years into the past
2009-02-06 Report: TI France workers lament job cuts
According to reports and sources at the company, angry employees at Texas Instrument Inc.'s French subsidiary have held protest in recent days on the job cuts and lackluster severance packages offered by the chipmaker
2006-06-07 Mobile comms owe to chunky phones of the 80s
As a tribute to the early days of cellular communications and to the progress made in this field, Teardown examines the technology behind Motorola's DynaTAC 'brick' phone from the '80s
2007-11-08 LG smart phone beats iPhone to European market
LG Electronics has unveiled its iPhone-like smart phone in Europe, making the device available in stores just days before Apple's own goes on sale overseas
2011-02-24 Electronics to move healthcare from hospital to home
New medical electronic devices, aided by new processor, radio, battery and data mining techniques, could help reduce medical costs and improve patients' quality of life
2007-03-02 Cypress tool adds capacitive sensing support
Cypress Semiconductor's PSoC Express version 2.2 development tool has added support for the company's CapSense capacitive sensing solution and WirelessUSB LP 2.4GHz wireless radio-on-a-chip
2006-03-01 Chipsets roll early for 802.11n
Broadcom announced sampling of an Intensi-fi chipset for 802.11n. Analysts were again taken aback three days later, when Atheros announced its XSpan AR5008 family for the same standard
2011-03-25 Xilinx FPGAs go down to 28nm
Xilinx Inc.'s Kintex-7 K325T FPGAs are built with 28nm technology to meet the price and power performance needs of key applications.
2003-11-04 Wuxi Xuyang germanium diode suits TV image apps
Wuxi Xuyang Electronic Co. Ltd has released 1N60P type point-contact germanium-based diode that provides efficient and high linearity.
2004-05-17 Wireless sensor nets demand trade-offs
This article will analyze the design trade-offs between node duty cycle and system-level performance, pinpointing opportunities to improve power efficiency while maintaining network robustness and responsiveness.
2008-02-08 Wi-Fi, WiMAX soon to invade handsets
An afternoon session on wireless networks at the ISSCC concluded that cost of the latest Wi-Fi and Bluetooth links are going down, and WiMAX will soon find its way to cellphones.
2011-10-12 What you should know about wireless body area networks
Wireless standards groups and the IEEE are embracing body area network (BAN) technology as it is touted as a solution for spiralling health care costs and provider shortages.
2004-09-06 UWB camp forms SIG, finalizes physical-layer spec
The Multiband-OFDM Alliance has formed a special interest group (SIG) to develop technical specifications based on its version of ultrawideband high-rate, short-range wireless communications.
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