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2007-07-05 Platform puts talking caller ID in handsfree apps
CSR announced that its BlueCore5-Multimedia Bluetooth platform is now available with Rubidium's Talking Caller ID text-to-speech (TTS) application.
2007-01-05 Philips posts gains, losses due to corporate disposals
The wind-down corporate investments at Royal Philips Electronics has led to both one-time gains and losses at the company that it plans to account for in its Q4 2006 results.
2007-06-01 Performing SE design with digital audio amps
A single-ended operation is a common mode where the digital amp is used. This article discusses the basics of single-ended design and the engineering trade-offs involved.
2008-01-17 Perform thermal tests on Class D amps
There are two kinds of amplifiers used to generate the output power, class AB and class D amplifiers. The shift to class D was mainly the result of the introduction of flat-screen LCD and plasma TVs, in which space was limited and heat dissipation became an issue. Since the thermal test standards were developed when only class output power AB was used, we want to investigate if they are still appropriate for class D.
2011-10-25 Peek inside iPhone 4S
Here's an image gallery of what can be found inside the iPhone 4s.
2011-04-11 PCM progress report no. 2: Review of PCM-related activities in early 2011
In this report, the author explores the PCM-related activities over the first quarter of 2011.
2003-11-24 Parvus CPU based on AMD MCU
Parvus Corp. has unveiled its SpacePC 4200 CPU, a fanless 5 x 86 class PC/104-Plus processor board based around the 32-bit AMD ?lan SC520 microcontroller.
2010-10-11 Parrot to bring cheaper, integrated Internet access to cars
Parrot developed an in-car module that encompasses widespread standards, such as I2S, USB, WiFi, Bluetooth, UART, among others, reports Frost & Sullivan.
2006-05-01 Overcoming DSL STB design challenges for IPTV
In a bid to overcome DSL set-top box design hurdles, component manufacturers are introducing fully designed and documented development boards, with interfaces and other design issues resolved.
2015-06-29 OSATS: Wafer-level packaging limitations hard to dismiss
The recent SEMI Packaging Tech Seminar focused on the need, in terms of under yield and packaging cost pressures, to move from fan-out wafer-level-packaging to fan-out panel-level-packaging.
2007-05-16 Opening doors to low-cost home security
Security-conscious homeowners have long been waiting for affordable next-gen networked residential security and monitoring systems.
2007-07-05 Op amp features 10MHz unity gain bandwidth
austriamicrosystems has introduced its AS1710 op amp that operates from a single 2.7-5.5V supply and can swing to within 100mV from the rails while sinking or sourcing 50mA of output current.
2006-12-22 Oki touts 'smallest' audio DAC LSI
Oki Electric Industry's new audio LSI touts the world's smallest package size for a 16bit audio DAC.
2008-06-13 Oki boasts tiny stereo audio codec LSI
Oki started shipping samples of the ML26121, which the company claimed as the industry's smallest 16bit stereo audio codec LSI.
2008-12-01 Nüvi 205 expands horizon for GPS navigation system
No longer at prices that force PNDs into locked glass cabinets, the $199 PND is driving the growing commodity status of standalone GPS systems.
2003-08-08 NXT audio solutions selected by Synaptics
NXT plc has licensed its flat panel loudspeaker technology, SurfaceSound, to Synaptics Inc.
2007-09-06 NXP single-chip solution enables ultralow-cost handsets
NXP Semiconductors has released its Nexperia PNX4903 GSM/GPRS-optimized multimedia solution for the ultralow-cost segment of the mobile handset market.
2008-02-12 NXP chip brings triband, Bluetooth to ULC handsets
NXP is expanding its range of fully-integrated GSM/GPRS single-chip solutions for the ULC handset market with the Nexperia PNX4902 that offers ULC+ concept with tri-band and Bluetooth support.
2014-02-26 NXP adopts ultra-low power ASR, takes on 'always on' tech
The ultra-low power aspect in Rubidium's technology consumes power at a minimum even while kept in the "on" mode.
2003-11-24 NSC cellphone audio subsystem offers 3D sound
National Semiconductor Corp. has introduced a Boomer audio subsystem for cellphones that integrates amps, volume and mixing controls and 3D sound in a miniature micro SMD package.
2009-07-16 Novellus, Albany NanoTech team on sub-22nm R&D
The College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering at the University at Albany and Novellus Systems Inc. have formed a $20 million partnership to conduct next-generation R&D sub-22nm semiconductor manufacturing technology.
2007-12-07 Notetaking tool for blind students levels the classroom
A notetaking tool dubbed the 'Smartpen' is being developed to help blind students attend college engineering classes on an equal basis as sighted students.
2016-03-31 Not much fanfare about GaN at APEC 2016
Talk about GaN was low key but there were still promising developments, including new applications for low-voltage GaN transistors and AlGaN driver ICs for GAN FETs.
2006-03-17 Non-standard wireless protocols challenge Bluetooth, Zigbee
During the recently concluded 11th Annual International IC-China Conference & Exhibition, Nordic Semiconductor and Texas Instruments demonstrated their non-standard wireless protocol applications.
2007-12-31 No more waiting in line for a latte, thanks to Apple
Apple has filed a patent application for a system that would make it possible for a person to use a wireless gadget to place an order at a cafe or fast-food restaurant and pickup the order without waiting in line.
2008-09-11 No major surprises in Apple's product launch
Apple released new models of the iPod nano and iPod touch at a media event that lacked the major surprise announcement for which CEO Steve Jobs is popular.
2006-08-08 Nike gizmo turns iPod into runner's virtual trainer
Nike+iPod Sport Kit combines inexpensive sensor technology and low-cost CMOS radios with specialized embedded MCUs to serve up a $30 wireless runner's gadget.
2011-09-16 NFC tech supports Windows 8
NXP Semiconductors has introduced its NFC technology that allows convenient interaction of a variety of use cases and other passive devices.
2003-09-26 New conference addresses system-level design
Two formerly independent research conferences will merge into one event scheduled for October 1-3, 2003.
2008-04-29 New BlueCore5 platform allows hands-free control
CSR has announced that its BlueCore5-Multimedia platform now supports integrated speech synthesis, also known as text-to-speech (TTS), and speech recognition (SR) functionality.
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