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2007-05-14 TI takes single-chip cellphone offerings to 65nm
Seeking to stay one step ahead of its competitors, TI will be shipping single-chip cellphone offerings manufactured in the 65nm process.
2005-02-07 ST won't have 'single-chip' cellphone integration until 2007
European chip company STMicroelectronics won't replicate Texas Instruments' recently announced single-chip cellphone until 2007, a company executive said during a conference call with analysts following the announcement of ST's fourth quarter results.
2007-07-16 India, China cellphone markets go head-to-head
Big multinational cellphone makers have piled onto India, chasing trendsetters and first-time buyers in remote villages. Expansion in India now rivals China, the world's largest cellular market
2006-12-19 Fusion memory chip revs cellphone operations
Samsung's OneDRAM memory chip promises a five-fold increase in the speed of cellphone and gaming console operations, longer battery life and slimmer handset designs
2006-04-03 Digital MEMS mic put on single chip
Microelectromechanical systems are the best possible successor to analog electret technologies; but so far, analog MEMS microphones have been largely relegated to a single market: hearing aids.
2007-05-01 Design a single-chip, six-band UMTS transceiver for global connectivity
Find out what you need to design a truly global phone with full wireless connectivity.
2006-03-28 Audio processor lengthens cellphone battery life
NEC Electronics America Inc. launched an audio processor that is said to enable 50hrs of continuous music playback on cellphones.
2006-12-18 Ultralow-cost handsets call for single chip
The market for ultralow-cost handsets is expected to grow quickly over the next three to four years, as more than two-thirds of new subscribers come from developing countries.
2006-03-08 Translators target cellphone memory cards
STMicroelectronics announced two 6bit level translators intended for interfacing the 1.8V or 2.5V signals of cellphones and other products with the nominal 3.3V levels used by plug-in memory cards.
2006-09-04 Qualcomm chip targets emerging cellphone markets
Qualcomm has introduced the QSC1100 single-chip solution designed to enable CDMA2000 handsets that are said to break new industry price barriers for emerging markets worldwide
2003-09-11 NEC sound synthesizer LSI eyes cellphone apps
NEC Electronics has announced the availability of samples for a single-chip LSI synthesizer that implements surround sound technology
2006-09-26 Motorola cellphone has lights, camera, action
In Motorola's ROKR, the first cellphone to support Apple's iTunes, the musical light show illustrates the triumph of "bling" over maximum battery life
2005-10-24 Missing out on the ultra low cost cellphone market
Some of the top tier makers of cellphones and semiconductors are missing out on a great opportunity in Ultra Low Cost (ULC) handsets, according to the recent
2006-08-14 Epcos joins EU research program for cellphone filters
Epcos announced that it has recently joined a new European Union program known as MOBILIS.
2005-10-20 Texas Instruments teams up with TCL
In line with its commitment to provide low-cost solutions for emerging markets worldwide, Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) announced that its 2.5G wireless platform has been selected by TCL Communication Technology (TCT) for affordable 2.5G handsets. As part of its roadmap to meet the growing need for low-cost handsets, TCT plans to leverage TI's 2.5G and DRPTM-based single-chip cellphone technology in its handsets.
2008-01-10 Can TI regain baseband dominance?
Going into 2008, the big question is whether TI can regain lost momentum in baseband chips or whether it will continue to decline.
2003-11-13 Zarlink transceiver chip suits TDMA cellphones
Zarlink Semiconductor has announced that its ZL20200 single-chip radio transceiver is now shipping in volume into South American markets
2005-08-16 Will next iPod be a phone?
Cellphones are swallowing the MP3 functionality as it did with digital cameras, leaving little room for standalone MP3 players.
2001-03-01 UMC, Photobit target handset, still-camera
United Microelectronics Corp. said it has readied a special CMOS image sensor process for a twin assault on the digital still-camera and cellphone camera markets
2007-08-01 Tiny MEMS mic increases handset options
Akustica Inc. has unveiled a microphone that measures 1mm? and uses a MEMS diaphragm and on-chip complementary CMOS analog circuitry.
2007-04-13 Soon in a store near you: A $10 mobile phone
UC Berkeley's Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society is reportedly reaching out to Taiwan contract manufacturers to see if a $10 mobile phone can be done.
2006-12-18 No-frills phones gain ground in China
The vision of a billion people equipped with cellphones is creeping toward reality in China, as the market for ultralow-cost handsets begins to build unexpected momentum.
2007-04-16 Next-gen handsets call for balance
The one constant in cellphone design is change. This article discusses the latest handset design trends and their implications
2003-10-16 Mixed-signal integration key to future power management in portables
IC integration is simplifying the design of portable power electronics--maximizing battery life in the smallest board area and lowering cost.
2005-07-15 Infineon joins the 'sub-$20' mobile handset crowd
Infineon Technologies has joined the rush of cellphone chip designers readying devices and platforms for what are becoming known as 'ultra low cost' handsets targeted mainly at users in developing countries
2007-12-17 HSPA SoC bundles 3G protocols
Broadcom Corp. is sampling a single-chip HSPA processor that's said to integrate all key 3G cellular and mobile technologies on a low-power, 65nm CMOS die
2004-01-01 Finally, a breath of fresh air
We have just begun to tap the potential that real-time signal processing technology will bring to the world of electronics.
2008-03-17 Broadcom trains sight on mobile
Broadcom Corp. is accelerating its move to 65nm process technology as it sharpens its focus on the cellphone market and beyond
2006-12-18 Balancing processing needs, power and integration in next-gen handsets
This article will discuss how new types of cellphone designs are changing the way cellphone designers tackle some of the most difficult challenges
2004-01-16 Sand Video crafts core for mobile TV
Sand Video has launched a licensable H.264 core designed specifically for mobile TV and other video applications on cellphones, PDAs and automobile navigation systems.
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