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2013-03-11 Lime creates open-source RF hardware project
Lime Microsystems wants to create an "Arduino for the RF sector; a board that's low cost, powerful, and easy to use," says CEO Ebrahim Bushehri.
2007-03-20 Latest Cyclone FPGAs offer low-cost options
Altera ships industry's 'first' 65nm low-cost FPGAs, the Cyclone III family.
2004-02-16 Keys to reconfigurable SDR system design
The article presents three techniques to make SDR systems reconfigurable and adapt to emerging standards.
2011-06-10 IQ modulators targets wireless, wireline apps
RFMD has released two low power IQ modulators, the RFMD2080 and RFMD2081, that can generate output frequencies from 45MHz to 2700MHz.
2006-10-13 Intel solution eases building out a WiMAX network
Intel has announced the NetStructure baseband card that combines transport, control and baseband processing in a standards-based AdvancedMC form factor.
2007-09-17 Instruments combine RF, digital test
Changes in both RF communications and digital bus structures are creating the need for cross-cultural approaches to testing, and instrument developers are responding.
2005-09-06 India plans for fab, nanotech in 2005-06
India's ministry of information technology has charted out its plan for 2005-2006, which, for the first time in several years, includes the allocation of 'seed money' to create a special purpose vehicle (a holding company) to establish a fabrication facility through government-private partnership.
2008-11-14 IMEC, Panasonic team on IC, biomedical research
Nanoelectronics research center IMEC and Panasonic Corp. have signed a joint research contract concerning the most advanced technologies in the semiconductor, networks, wireless and biomedical fields.
2007-12-17 IMEC's 'Apollo' moves closer to goal
Apollo, a three-year strategic research program, is producing results in its quest to provide the technology for efficient migration to 4G comms and multiprocessing in the sub-45nm era.
2009-04-17 IMEC tools optimize multiprocessor SoC design
MEC has unveiled a suite of tools and methods to optimize the mapping of applications on embedded multiprocessor SoC (MPSoC) platforms.
2008-12-05 Hypercore IP available for license
Plurality Ltd has said that its Hypercore 64-core shared-memory processing engine is available for license in the form of intellectual property (IP).
2008-11-10 Hypercore design tools upgrade multicore processing
At the Multicore Expo Japan 2008, Plurality has launched the beta version of an extensive set of development tools for its HyperCore Architecture Line of many-core processors.
2009-07-31 Huawei builds LTE lab in Texas
Huawei Technologies has opened a Long Term Evolution (LTE) laboratory in Richardson, Texas to allow operators and industry partners in North America to further explore the potential of the technology and experience the company's latest solutions.
2011-04-04 Growing mobile phone use pushes base station deployments
The number of macro base stations deployed will increase to over 6 million by 2014, according to In-Stat, with over a third of new base stations located in China, India or the US.
2005-01-24 Get used to it: Multiple radios will be a fact of life
No single technology meets all of the needs of a mobile market soon to deliver handsets crammed with multiple radios on multiple chips.
2006-06-16 Fuel cells won't power phones
As more functions are embedded in cellphones, the communications industry faces a power consumption problem--and it can't be solved by fuel cells or other battery alternatives.
2005-10-10 FSA keynoter eyes 'ambient intelligence'
Rudy Lauwereins, vice president for design technology at the Belgian IMEC research institute, came to the Fabless Semiconductor Association (FSA) Expo here Thursday with a
2008-06-23 Freescale channels embedded
Cited as crucial to Freescale's future are wireless, analog and sensors, along with a new emphasis on the fast-turnaround consumer market in general and the "green," health and network-processing areas.
2007-09-12 FPGA board suits real-time streaming applications
Embedded Systems Design has released the StreamBlade MiniFX, a 3.5-inch x 3-inch FPGA-based processing board designed to process real-time streaming data.
2013-12-26 Finding a better naming scheme for mobile phone evolution
The various generations of mobile phones, aptly referred to as 1G, 2G, 3G and 4G, and which has now been designated as LTE and LTE Advanced, may need a less confusing way to describe the progress.
2012-10-25 Extending ADC dynamic range
Find out how to push ADC dynamic range beyond what is currently available.
2008-09-18 ESL EDA platform slashes design time in half
From Agilent comes the SystemVue 2008, a new EDA platform for electronic system-level design.
2006-07-21 ESC-Taiwan to host summit on mobile TV
The Designing TV-on-the-Go Summit of ESC-Taiwan will discuss the challenges faced by engineers designing products and equipment for the mobile TV market.
2007-10-25 EDA's big three unready for 3D chip packaging
Without design tools to allow exploration and tradeoffs to be made in 3D layouts, engineers are restricted to design in two dimensions and occasionally stack chips crudely. But without a clear market for 3D design EDA vendors are unlikely to offer tools.
2009-07-07 DSPs pack SATA, uPP support
Wolfson Microelectronics has introduced the WM8523 and WM8524 2Vrms ground referenced DACs, the latest in its family of chips for home audio devices.
2007-09-03 DSP silicon takes many forms
There are a number of other chips based on DSP technology that people don't call DSP chips.
2008-01-23 dPMR processor touts GMSK functionality
CML Microcircuits has launched the CMX7143 digital PMR (dPMR) processor, with 4-Level FSK operation and GMSK functionality.
2006-12-15 Devt boards roll for Virtex-5-based PCI/PCI-X, PMC
Board maker Vmetro is shipping its first Xilinx Virtex-5 LX FPGA-based PCI/PCI-X and PMC board-level products.
2010-07-29 Design flow optimizes partial reconfiguration FPGAs
Xilinx releases a streamlined design flow for its FPGAs that support partial reconfiguration and offer on-site programming and re-programming.
2005-11-01 COTS FPGA computing platforms maximize Virtex-4 performance
Nallatech has announced four new commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) FPGA products that combine the processing and I/O performance of Xilinx Virtex-4 FPGAs with its DIME-II architecture.
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