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2007-03-12 Solution spurs Java adoption in embedded apps
PERC Pico technology from Aonix claims to eliminate the technological barriers that previously blocked the proliferation of Java development across the embedded applications market.
2007-11-05 Solar telescope rides balloon to fly over Earth
The U.S. National Center for Atmospheric Research recently launched its Sunrise vehicle on its maiden test flight to demonstrate its stability as a platform for the world's biggest solar telescope22 miles above the Earth with a 6,000lb, 1m-diameter mirror.
2010-01-19 Solar sector presents new EMS opportunities
Arthur Tan, president of IMI, talks about the opportunity provided by the solar sector to EMS companies like his own.
2013-06-18 Solar cell claims 44.4% conversion efficiency
The concentrator triple-junction compound solar cells from Sharp are used in a lens-based concentrator system that focuses sunlight on the cells to generate electricity.
2011-11-10 Solar cell boasts 36.9 percent conversion efficiency
Sharp has developed a triple-junction compound solar cell that claims to have achieved the world's highest conversion efficiency.
2009-10-27 Solar cell attains 35.8% conversion efficiency
Toshiba's triple-junction compound solar cell uses photo-absorption layers made from InGaAs with high crystallinity.
2007-08-15 SoC controller targets space applications
Tower Semiconductor Ltd and Ramon Chips Ltd have completed a prototype radiation-hardened SoC controller for space applications.
2013-06-05 SkyTraq unveils 6-in-1 Venus 8 quad-GNSS platform
The device supports GPS, GLONASS, Beidou2, Galileo, QZSS and SBAS, and claims to double the search engine capability and reduces more than half the power consumption from the previous generation.
2012-08-17 SiRFstarV tracker IC aimed at mobile devices
CSR's SiRFstarV 5t tracker promises to deliver continuous, highly accurate location awareness to the latest generation of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices.
2006-02-14 Single-chip RF circuits coming, says analyst
Researchers are using microelectromechanical system technology to develop a single-chip RF circuit that integrates discrete functions to reduce weight and cost, according to a Frost & Sullivan report.
2009-06-25 Simulation toolkit eases GPS receiver testing
The NI GPS Simulation Toolkit 1.5 for LabVIEW is an extension of the graphical system design environment that expands the NI RF PXI platform to provide engineers a cost-efficient, high-performance solution for GPS receiver testing that exceeds the capabilities of traditional box instruments.
2012-02-20 Signal analyzers boast low-cost performance
The Scout, Hunter and Explorer analyzers locate, record and analyze complex communications signals for commercial, military and aerospace applications.
2015-02-16 Sigfox raises $115M to build IoT network
Sigfox said it closed a $93 million round with a $22 million extension, and would spend the funds on building out networkstargeted at the Internet of Thingsespecially in the United States and Asia.
2006-11-16 SiGe chip serves both GPS and Galileo
SiGe Semiconductor is sampling the SE4120L receiver, which it says is the first single-chip device to support both the U.S. global-positioning system network and the European Space Agency's Galileo.
2011-04-26 Shipment of GPS-enabled handsets increased by 97%
A report from Berg Insight shows a growth in the global shipment of GPS-enabled GSM/WCDMA handsets by 97 percent in 2010.
2009-07-02 Sharp powers Tokai U solar car
Sharp Corp. has disclosed it will provide solar cells to the Tokai University team taking part in the solar car category of the Global Green Challenge.
2005-10-21 Satellite-to-cellphone service test called successful
Suitcase-sized satellite phones may make way for standard cellphone handsets, according to Mobile Satellite Ventures (MSV), which said Wednesday it has successfully tested a satellite link to a standard CDMA cell phone.
2003-10-29 Satellite radio chipset debuts
Extending CMOS technology to yet another market, Silicon Laboratories Inc. has unveiled a CMOS satellite radio tuner chipset.
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.
2002-04-29 Sarantel GPS antenna has beamwidth of 120
Sarantel Ltd has released the GeoHelix-H GPS antenna that operates over the L1 GPS band and integrates an LNA that provides a gain of 20dB.
2003-10-08 Sarantel antenna requires 140mm? board space
Sarantel Ltd has announced a small, passive, surface-mount version of its GeoHelix GPS antennas for apps tightly integrated surface-mount antennas.
2007-12-20 RF power terminator, attenuator suit high-frequency apps
TT electronics IRC advanced film division has released a high power attenuator and surface mount transmission line terminator targeted for RF and microwave applications.
2006-05-19 RF chips enable connection to multi-tuner STBs
RF Magic announced two new channel stacking switch RF chips for European and Asian digital broadcast satellite low noise block converters and multi-switches.
2004-08-04 Resurgent IT market drives International Rectifier's revenues
International Rectifier reported revenues of $298.6 million for the quarter ended June 30, up 8 percent from $275.4 million in the previous quarter and up 31 percent from the $228.4 million for the June quarter of last year.
2007-10-09 Resistors rated to 200C roll for automotive, aerospace apps
IRC is offering a range of high temperature resistive products rated to 200C for automotive and aerospace applications.
2007-12-12 Resistor terminator meets needs of space, military customers
TT electronics IRC Advanced Film Division is offering a high-frequency chip resistor terminator screened in accordance with MIL-PRF-55342, which makes the device suitable for space and military applications requiring high reliability.
2007-11-21 Report cites China espionage as top threat to U.S. tech
The U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission's (USCC) 2007 Report to Congress calls Chinese espionage activities as the top threat to U.S. technology industry.
2001-04-15 Real-time GPS around the corner
3G wireless GPS may seem far-fetched, but the technical capabilities needed to pull it off are available now and in the near future, designers will utilize these capabilities into the hardware and software required to further innovative mobile GPS.
2010-10-27 Rare earth issues trouble industry
The potential problem of China's monopoly on rare earthsminerals, metals and their oxides C has become reality with the country's move to reduce export quotas for 2H 10.
2010-12-16 Radiation-hardened SRAMs for military/satellite withstand 300 KRads
Delivering throughput of up to 36 Gbps and performance at clock speeds up to 250 MHz, Cypress's 72-MBit QDR II SRAMs with RadStop Technology can withstand up to 300 KRads.
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