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2009-08-13 Silicon tuners consume 400mW power
MaxLinear enters the cable TV market with a family of new ultralow-power silicon tuners
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
2010-04-19 Silicon tuner ensures
Maxim Integrated's MAX3543 silicon tuner offers high tuner performance using a standard IF architecture that ensures
2014-05-19 Silicon photonics oil the works for high-speed switching
Optical components are integrated with multi-chip modules using packaging advancements with micro bumps and module substrates. The next target is to scale the technology in a cost-efficient approach.
2008-02-29 Silicon photonics move to rule networks
Developments in silicon photonics have moved the technology into the mainstream, according to presenters at the 2008 Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exposition
2014-03-17 Silicon photonics evolve into 1.3m quantum dot lasers
The quantum dot lasers developed by UCSB researchers are expected to facilitate the integration of low-cost, multi-channel laser devices with CMOS driver circuits
2006-03-07 Silicon Motion flash disk controllers to power new UFD products
Silicon Motion announced that it has achieved successful customer implementation of the world's fastest USB 2.0 flash disk controller
2004-05-14 Silicon modeling in the nanometer era
With 90nm in production and 65nm on the horizon, designs face increasing challenges: finer line widths, longer interconnect, more routing layers and more analog content.
2013-08-19 Silicon Labs unveils fully SyncE-compliant clock
The Si5328 is touted by the company as the industry's lowest jitter, lowest power and most frequency-flexible timing solution for high-speed networking equipment based on the SyncE standard.
2013-06-28 Silicon Labs touts single-die alternative to quartz crystals
Silicon Labs joins the scalability and economy of CMOS and the stability of MEMS in its patented single-chip MEMS oscillator, dubbed CMEMS
2013-02-25 Silicon Labs taps Sigfox for M2M, cloud connectivity
Silicon Labs collaborates with Sigfox to tap the potential of the Internet of Things
2010-04-30 Silicon Labs takes over MEMS company
Silicon Laboratories Inc. has acquired Silicon Valley-based MEMS company, Silicon Clocks
2013-04-24 Silicon Labs rolls out digital radio receivers for CEs
The monolithic Si468x receiver ICs bring FM, HD radio and DAB/DAB+ broadcast capabilities to devices such as mobile phones, tablets and personal navigation devices.
2004-06-11 Silicon Labs rolls integrated transceiver
Silicon Labs started sampling a single-chip transceiver, the Aero II, that executives said reduces the BoMs required for quad-band GSM cellular handsets
2012-11-09 Silicon Labs outs relative humidity sensor
The Si7005 combines a mixed-signal IC manufactured on standard CMOS with a proven technique of measuring humidity using a polymer dielectric film.
2007-09-21 Silicon Labs MCUs support open standard for wireless apps
Silicon Laboratories announced that its high-performance, mixed-signal MCUs now support ONE-NET, an open design standard for low-power wireless applications for residential and small business
2013-08-14 Silicon Labs intros latest TV tuner line
The Si21x7 tuner family promises to offer best-in-class sensitivity and selectivity, reduced BOM cost and low power consumption for TV and STB makers.
2008-06-27 Silicon Labs buys analog mixed-signal IC firm for $80M
Silicon Laboratories Inc. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Integration Associates, an innovator in analog-intensive, highly integrated ICs, for net $80 million.
2005-10-06 Silicon Lab's transceiver streamlines high-volume EDGE designs
The design team at Silicon Laboratories has come out with the Aero IIe single-chip EDGE transceiver, which is specifically designed to enable high-volume EDGE handset production
2004-12-17 Silicon Lab offers Aero transceiver to Amoi mobile handsets
Silicon Laboratories Inc. revealed that Amoi Electronics Co. Ltd has adopted its Aero I+ GSM/GPRS transceiver for several of Amoi's mobile handsets including the CA8, DF9, F6, F8 and F90 handsets
2004-12-02 Silicon Lab ISOmodem solution selected by Lipman
Silicon Laboratories Inc. announced that Lipman Electronic Engineering Ltd has adopted Silicon Laboratories' Si2414 and Si2433 ISOmodem embedded modem products for its NURIT series of electronic point-of-sale (EPOS) terminals including the 8320, 8010 and 8100
2010-07-02 Silicon IPs enable increased SoC density
Dolphin Integration SA has introduced an array of silicon IPs optimized for high density so that designers can increase the density of their SoC by up to 10 percent.
2007-03-01 Silicon Image receivers put HDMI 1.3 into midrange TVs
Silicon Image Inc. rolled out four chips at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, including two receivers that it said will push the HDMI 1.3 specification into midrange TVs
2007-02-08 Silicon Image licenses Sunplus' DTV technology
Silicon Image has entered a $40 million cross-licensing agreement to use and further develop Sunplus Technology's intellectual property for video processors and DTV products
2011-01-27 Silicon Image designs 'connectivity co-processor' for smarter TVs
Silicon Image will launch a connectivity co-processor for TV to help TV makers' turn today's "not-so-intelligent TVs to smart TVs." The solution could also stimulate more SoC competition on the consumer market for OEMs
2009-09-02 Silicon circuit board trumps ASICs
Startup siXis Inc. has selected foundry SVTC Technologies to fabricate its embedded silicon board computing modules, which claims to bridge the gap between PCB prototypes and ASIC-based designs
2007-10-04 Security in silicon: A guide to secure, high-speed SoC devices (Part I
Implementing security functionality on dedicated hardware enables designers to achieve higher throughput performance, lower power consumption and a higher degree of security over software-based implementations running on a general-purpose processor.
2007-10-18 Security in silicon: A guide to secure, high-speed SoC devices (Part 2
Implementing security functionality on dedicated hardware enables designers to achieve higher throughput performance, lower power consumption and a higher degree of security over software-based implementations running on a general-purpose processor.
2009-12-03 Samsung taps Silicon Hive video system IP
Samsung selected Silicon Hive's video system IP the technology for its full programmability, high processing throughput and the ease of integrating it in SoC design
2004-12-20 Samsung adopts Silicon Labs' Aero II transceiver
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has adopted Silicon Laboratories Inc.'s Aero II GSM/GPRS transceiver for cellular handsets
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