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2004-09-14 AKM converter features audio I/F with I2S format
The new 20bit stereo A/D and D/A converter from AKM is designed to meet the latest trends in portable audio and AV system devices.
2002-04-25 AKM codec targets portable applications
The AK4534 single-chip codec from Asahi Kasei Microsystems Co. integrates a 16-bit mono ADC, stereo DAC, PLL, headphone and speaker amplifiers, and is targeted towards portable devices such as PDAs, cellular phones, and digital cameras.
2005-01-28 ADI claims audiophile sound for its Class-D amplifier entry
ADI is targeting a "sweet spot" in the Class D market, the 5- to 40 watts-per-channel amplifiers used by bookshelf stereo systems, integrated DVD players and wide-screen flat panel TVs.
2010-03-03 3D TV launch rouses eyestrain concern
Experts in human perception are raising concerns that stereo 3D TVs could cause eye strain and related health problems.
2010-03-04 3D TV boom spurs need for health research fund
Big bucks will be made selling stereo 3D TV over the next few years, but whether any of it funds research on the health impacts of broad use of such novel systems remains to be seen.
2008-08-14 'Smallest' audio device generates highest output power
Maxim has launched MAX9877, the industry's smallest audio subsystem. It provides high-efficiency, high-power, mono Class D speaker amplifier; a DirectDrive, stereo headphone amplifier; and a low-noise, bypass analog switch.
2002-02-22 Zoran processor powers up to 4.3-megapixel cameras
The company's COACH Vp digital camera processor powers 2.3-megapixel to 4.3-megapixel resolution cameras and captures high-resolution images, as well as capture movie clips with audio at over 25fps.
2005-09-12 Zoran powers Acer's latest digital terrestrial LCD TVs
Zoran Corp.'s SupraTV processor powers new product families of Digital Video Broadcast (DVB) terrestrial LCD TVs from Acer, shipping in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Canada.
2004-03-05 Zarlink ADC boosts cellphone performance
Zarlink Semiconductor has developed an advanced digital microphone technology that boosts the performance of next generation cellphones.
2008-06-06 XO-1 teardown reveals why they can't sell for $100
The OLPC XO-1's displays, batteries, CPUs, fancy enclosures and the rest all add up to a BOM that sits uncomfortably far from the $100 target.
2004-04-23 Wolfson codec offers power savings for mobile comms devices
Wolfson has announced the third generation of its audio/touch-panel codecs that provides broad functionality and new levels of power-saving.
2003-06-17 Wolfson audio codec for mobile devices
Wolfson Microelectronics has introduced the WM9711L, a low-power, single-chip design with the company's audio sub-system codec capability.
2003-01-24 Wolfson audio codec adds touchscreen interface support
The WM9712L audio codec features a streaming data touchscreen interface into a 7-by-7mm QFN package.
2005-01-07 Wireless transmitter/amplifier works without audio degradation
Amphony's 5.8GHz digital wireless audio transmitter/amplifiers are capable of transmitting audio to loudspeakers wirelessly and without any audio degradation.
2009-05-04 Wireless specs vie to replace IR remotes
The recently ratified Bluetooth 3.0 specification defined the Unicast Connectionless Data (UCD) function putting it in direct competition with RF4CE, the wireless remote control specification that merged with the Zigbee Alliance efforts to replace IR remote controls.
2007-04-18 Wireless sol'n offers wire-equivalent sound for home theaters
SST launched an advanced wireless audio solution that offers uncompressed, wire-equivalent sound quality for home theater surround sound and multiroom audio broadcasting found in many home entertainment applications.
2010-07-14 Wireless digital audio SoCs suit subwoofer, headphones
The AWA8800 series from AlfaPlus Semiconductor Inc. is a SoC solution for wireless digital audio streaming applications.
2009-01-13 Will Blu-ray finally fly in 2009?
The Blu-ray drives have won a historic battle but the proponents of the technology are finding some of the fruits of that victory a little less than sweet.
2008-06-04 Wi-Fi enters PAN, challenges Bluetooth
Challenging the future of Bluetooth, a new startup and an Intel Corp. program point to a future for Wi-Fi in a broad range of peripherals, ranging from computer mice to cellular headsets and MP3 players.
2007-09-17 What's next in cellphone design?
Cellular telephony has beenand will continue to bea major contributor to the growth of Asian economies. This article discusses the future of cellphone design.
2008-10-17 Welcoming iPod touch's control enhancements
Semiconductor Insights was eager to identify what components were different between the first- and second-generation touches, as well as compare them with the iPhone 3G, which was released only months ago.
2006-02-15 WEDGE chipset targets total BOM of under $100
Broadcom announced the availability of its CellAirity multimedia mobile phone product which is designed to enable manufacturers to develop handsets with leading-edge 3G functionality at 2G price points.
2012-01-17 Webcam controller ICs boast 3D, gesture control
The eSP768 and eSP868 chips feature image signal processors, USB 2.0 interface with an image compression engine and four built-in LDOs.
2004-03-03 Wavecom adopts Micronas audio ICs in mobile phones
Wavecom has selected two Micronas audio ICs for its Compact 605 and 610 multimedia mobile phone platforms.
2005-08-23 Voice quality gets clearer for Bluetooth headsets
Cambridge Silicon Radio announced that its Clear Voice Capture technology is now available to all customers in the BlueLab development system.
2011-04-20 VLSI claims most advanced MP3 encoder chip
VLSI releases what it claims to be the world's most advanced MP3 encoder and audio codec chip.
2008-12-03 Vista-compliant audio chips are space-, power-savers
Maxim Integrated Products introduces the MAX9791/MAX9792, the industry's first Windows Vista-compliant, audio subsystem ICs for notebook computers.
2014-06-17 Vision-based AI boosts surveillance applications
Cost, performance and power consumption advances are now paving the way for the proliferation of embedded vision into diverse surveillance applications.
2014-09-26 Vision in wearables: Broader applications, functions
Vision processing can now take place right on your wrist or your face at price points that enable adoption by the masses. This article tackles a key factor in this burgeoning technology success story.
2007-12-13 Viewer turns iPod video into big virtual hit
Virtual display glasses are nothing new, but improvements have slimmed the package considerably and brought costs to levels more simpatico with consumer budgets�At $199, Myvu's Solo brings iPod video viewing front and center.
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