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2006-12-01 Designing low-cost, low-component-count GPS receiver
The signals from L1-band global positioning satellites are among the weakest in commercial and private wireless applications. To successfully recover such weak signals, the receiver must have sufficiently high sensitivity, while rejecting out-of-band interferences. This application note described the key system parameters that should be considered when designing a low-cost, low-component-count, unassisted commercial GPS receiver
2010-02-17 Quad-radio IC fuses WLAN, GPS, FM, Bluetooth
Texas Instruments Inc. has unveiled its WiLink 7.0 single-chip solution, claimed to be the first radio IC offering to integrate WLAN 802.11n, GPS, FM transmit/receive and Bluetooth technologies
2008-02-12 SiRF enters multimedia market, eyes gPhone
SiRF Technology is entering the competitive multimedia phone race with a new multifunction platform called SiRFprima, which the company hopes would find its way into Google's gPhone.
2010-09-20 Intel: Future devices will be able to "read" minds
Intel says context-aware devices the future of computing
2009-02-11 Chip integrates flurry of RF features
The race to get ever tighter integrated RF functionalities on to a single chip has hotted up again with Broadcom Corp. extending its combo chip line-up with a device integrating its GPS location-based IP, Bluetooth and FM radio
2009-06-09 Buck regulator delivers fast transient response
From Fairchild Semiconductor comes the FAN8060 highly efficient synchronous buck regulator that offers user-definable features to optimize performance.
2005-08-29 ZTEC's 90MHz digital scope plug-ins play in PCI, PXI
ZTEC will be making its newest PC-hosted digital storage scope plug-in available in both PCI Extensions for Instrumentation flavors
2013-12-11 Wearables to look out for at CES 2014
As the wearable market still remains in its early phase, the market forecast and product definition are also all over the map. Here's a glimpse of the wearable devices to be shown at CES 2014.
2007-07-25 Tiny boost converter offers high current, auto power save
austriamicrosystems now offers a synchronous step-up DC/DC converter that delivers high-output currents and high efficiency of 96 percent in a small TDFN 10-pin package.
2007-09-06 Small WLED drivers tout 92% efficiency
Maxim Integrated Products had released the MAX8901A/MAX8901B claimed to be the smallest, highest efficiency white-LED (WLED) drivers, achieving up to 92 percent efficiency.
2007-01-03 Semiconductors in cars to reach $5B in 2013
The market for semiconductors in vehicles is expected to be worth $5 billion in 2013 and is growing because of in-vehicle infotainment and communications demand.
2005-05-03 RESET controller in tiny package
Summit Micro developed and begun marketing its SMR 101 programmable RESET controller.
2008-11-18 Nokia presents glimpse of next smart phones
In 2004, Nokia developed a concept design for a smart phone dominated by a touchscreen, which looks now uncannily like Apple's iPhone.
2008-07-14 New XAP processor is built for Zigbee, Bluetooth
Cambridge Consultants has devised a new architecture for the latest version of its core for 16bit processors, the XAP5, that includes special features for running programs held in on- or off-chip flash memory.
2010-11-15 Low-voltage LED ICs designed for battery-powered applications
ZMD offers LED control solutions for battery-powered consumer electronics
2011-04-20 Load switches boast low switch-on at 1.2V
Vishay unveils the SiP32411, SiP32413, and SiP32414 load switches designed for 1.1VC5.5V operation, which offer low switch-on resistance at 1.2V.
2004-12-16 Linear Tech switching regulator tailored for TFT displays
Linear Tech's new quad switching regulator is designed to provide all necessary power supply functions for TFT displays and their required white LED backlighting.
2007-12-07 LDOs fit space-constrained, noise-sensitive apps
Maxim's low-noise 500mA MAX8902A/MAX8902B LDOs are suitable for noise-sensitive and space-constrained applications.
2015-01-14 Keep your eyes open for these gadgets in 2015
The recently concluded International CES 2015 showed tons of interesting items that provided a preview of the possibilities that people might explore in 2015.
2007-11-15 Interview: Japan woos offshore capital
JETRO President Tadashi Izawa discussed the Japan market with Richard Wallace, EE Times VP and editorial director.
2006-10-12 Imsys makes three versions of reconfigurable MPU available
Imsys used the re-configurability of its IM3000.x microprocessor architecture to develop three new versions optimized for different wired and wireless network apps.
2006-01-16 Hitting the road with an IBM Master Inventor
David Lammers caught up with IBM Corp.'s Application integration consultant and 2004 Master Inventor Nizam Ishmael in his customized 1998 Corvette.
2007-07-30 High-efficiency DC/DC converter doubles output currents
austriamicrosystems' AS1326 DC/DC converter doubles output currents while providing an efficiency rate of 96 percent.
2010-01-05 Grand challenges to to niggling nettles in 2010
EE Times editors list nettlesome issues they'd most like to see electronics engineers sort out next year ranging from grand challenges of engineering to niggling nettles of consumer gadgetry.
2008-01-11 Four-way battle looms in Wi-Fi arena
Right now, the main contenders in the Wi-Fi chips race are Broadcom, Marvell, Texas Instruments and Atheros Communications.
2011-07-04 Enhance audio quality of mobile-device loudspeakers
Know some of the methods portable electronics makers can employ to achieve louder, higher-quality sound out of small, lightweight, inexpensive speakers.
2012-07-16 Embedded vision: Emerging opportunity for FPGAs
Learn about embedded vision and its applications, including military and aerospace.
2008-09-19 Dual buck converter fuses high, low current power functions
AnalogicTech is a new dual buck converter for mobile consumer and wireless applications.
2012-01-27 DC/DC converters cut part count, BOM cost
ZMDI's buck converters come in fixed-output voltage options of 1.5, 1.8, 2.5, 3.3 and 5V, and operate from -40C to 125C.
2012-02-15 DC/DC converter for battery-powered portable apps
The TPS8267x operates at a regulated 5.5MHz switching frequency and includes a switching regulator, inductor and input/output capacitors.
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