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2011-02-15 TI Tx/Rx processors tip DPD tech base stations
Texas Instruments's GC533x family of transmit/receive processors features two turn-key processors that provide a flexible digital transmit and receive solution for wide-bandwidth and multiantenna wireless base stations at a fraction of the cost of high-gate-count FPGAs.
2013-06-07 TI rolls out KeyStone based SoC for PoE+, pico deployments
TI's new TCI6630K2L SoC uses a dual ARM Cortex-A15 RISC processors and four of TI's fixed- and floating-point TMS320C66x digital signal processor (DSP) generation cores.
2014-02-14 Taking a look at the field-programmable RF chip
Developed in the US for UK's Lime Microsystems, the FPRF transmitter takes a digital data stream and converts it into wireless signals, while the receiver performs the inverse operation.
2005-05-16 Tackling RF, mixed-signal integration
As mixed-signal and analog RF circuits are slowly integrated in today's chip designs, designers have to face many challenges
2007-12-20 Sony base station streams media content anytime, anywhere
The $250 Sony LF-V30 is 4G in the LocationFree line and adds Wi-Fi connectivity to Ethernet in its network interface.
2014-11-05 Smart energy platform integrates two Cortex M4 cores
The dual ARM Cortex -M4 architecture allows for integration of application layer, communications layers and metrology functions in a single device.
2008-01-10 Rich features define cost-conscious phone
At an estimated total cost to manufacture of less than $45 based on a Portelligent teardown analysis, the Tianyu B811 finds itself positioned just above the ultralow-cost voice-only phones, where BOM costs have now dropped below $30.
2010-08-20 RF-capable universal remote debuts
Audivo's M-Remote combines RF with IR capabilities
2005-09-08 RF ICs can be quite complex
According to one industry analyst, the worldwide handset RF semiconductor market is expected to grow from $5.3 billion in 2004 to $8.26 billion in 2008
2005-09-08 RF ICs can be quite complex
Understanding that complexity, and putting these devices to work for you, can help get you ahead of the competition
2005-08-01 RF IC tools still seeking paths to silicon
Complicated by multiple modulation schemes, RF tools have become proficient at simulating behavior on an architectural level.
2013-03-28 RDA sets sights on a higher bidder
There is some speculation that Spreadtrum is poised to acquire fellow Chinese fabless chip company, but RDA may be looking for a better deal.
2008-06-19 Radiocomp, Altera deliver OBSAI solution for WiMAX/LTE
Denmark-based Radiocomp and Altera Corp. have partnered to develop an integrated, rapid development solution for developers of WiMAX and 3GPP LTE base station equipment.
2013-03-01 Quad-core SoC, LTE slug it out in the mobile arena
Nvidia and Marvell are rushing to announce new smartphone ICs with the mobile industry's two new vital features: quad-core and LTE modem.
2013-02-08 Peering under the BlackBerry Z10 hood
UBM TechInsights' Allan Yogasingam goes inside Blackberry's last, best hope for relevance in the smartphone market C the Z10.
2008-02-15 NXP steps up wireless business initiatives
NXP Semiconductors targets to bring clarity to its once-sprawling wireless business strategy under a new wireless business management.
2008-09-09 Nordic rolls 'smallest' ultralow power 2.4GHz wireless solution
Nordic Semiconductor ASA has launched the nRF24LE1, touted to be the smallest 2.4GHz ultralow power wireless SoC solution that enables a single-chip implementation in wireless applications.
2009-08-14 Nightstand clock gets open-source, Wi-Fi boost
The Chumby is a $200 Wi-Fi-connected personal Internet appliance that gets its information and applications through Chumby's Website following a simple online registration process that opens up access to so-called "widgets."
2006-09-19 NFC shell turns Nokia 3220 into an e-wallet
Designed to replace the outer case of the Nokia 3220 GSM handset, the NFC "shell" provides interesting new applications for a handset that began life as a pretty basic camera phone.
2010-01-13 Nexus One teardown reveals few surprises
A teardown analysis by iSuppli estimated Google Inc.'s Nexus One smart phone's BOM cost at $174.15, featuring chips from Qualcomm, Synaptics and Samsung Electronics, among others.
2008-04-08 Multi-carrier dev 't platform debuts for wireless base stations
TI has rolled a scalable, programmable development ecosystem enabling base station OEMs to support multiple carriers of established and evolving wireless standards from a single platform.
2007-09-27 Moto Fone packs a punch of simple, elegant features
Quietly launched in rural India initially, the F3 Fone is aimed mostly at first-time cell users in markets offering low-cost prepaid or monthly service.
2005-03-25 Mobile WLAN chips debut
Texas Instruments announced what it calls the first single-chip 802.11a/b/g offering in a 90nm CMOS process.
2010-11-17 MCU enables energy harvesting
Linear Technology Corp. and Energy Micro AS presented a joint demonstration of a smart energy harvesting application using a piezoelectric energy harvesting power supply from Linear and an MCU from Energy Micro.
2008-06-23 Maxim presents programmable analog/digital VGA
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX2065, the industry's only fully programmable, multistate, analog and digital IF/RF variable-gain amplifier.
2005-08-18 Make the most of unlicensed ISM band
Combat interference and achieve better link range for RF transceivers operating in the 915MHz ISM band.
2005-09-16 Make the most of the unlicensed ISM band
Maximizing the ISM band's potential may help decongest the clot forming within the frequency spectrum
2009-11-06 Low-cost FPGAs support mainstream serial protocols
Altera Corp. has launched the latest Cyclone low-cost FPGA family, which adds support for mainstream serial protocols and offers a rich supply of logic, memory and DSP capabilities.
2008-11-10 Low-cost Bluetooth chip meets V2.0+EDR spec
AccelSemi has launched the AS3800 series of low-cost Bluetooth single chips that support Bluetooth SIG V2.0+EDR specification.
2007-02-16 Integrate RF signal chains with CMOS
Different technology challenges face handset designers and their suppliers in the race to integrate the RF signal chain.
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