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2003-07-01 The benefits of Ethernet-based audio networks
This paper discusses how over the last few years, a significant trend has emerged in the professional installed sound industryusing Ethernet to distribute high-quality audio.
2008-01-16 The battle of the media hub in the digital home
The PC and TV are converging. Between these extremes sits the STB. Powerful commercial motivations have already caused the PC and STB communities to make bold moves to claim this territory and be part of a three-way fight.
2005-09-01 The basics of implementing DSP functions on low-cost FPGAs
For cutting-edge designs where cycles are tight, requirements are fluid, and expected volumes are uncertain, system companies implement most core functionality and DSP in low-cost FPGAs.
2007-07-02 The anatomy of the digital home
Parks defines the "digital home" as having two-way connectivity between two or more subsystems thus, it must start with a reliable, robust and secure wired and wireless platform fed by a broadband connection.
2012-12-21 Testing EPC for precise LTE/4G billing structures
Through a full EPC evaluation using test tools for all mobile network elements from layer 2-7, service providers can meet the high demands of LTE while simultaneously making profits.
2008-07-01 Test highlights Bluetooth issues
IMT-2000 and 802.11 radios will interfere with each other unless they are located approximately 8m apart for 2.6GHz and 16m apart at 2.3GHz.
2011-03-31 Tensilica releases DSP core for cellular basebands
Aimed at cellular basebands, Tensilica's Xtensa LX4 boasts lower power and a smaller footprint, reaching speeds of more than 1GHz in a high-performance 45nm process with an area of only 0.044mm2.
2005-03-09 Telchemy adds new VM to VQmon family
Telchemy announced a new Video Module for its VQmon family of call quality monitoring and analysis software.
2009-02-12 TCP/IP Networking: Internet radio using OLED display and MP3 audio decoder
The focus of this application note is to show how to create a low-cost Internet Radio that connects to SHOUTcast servers and plays MP3 audio.
2005-09-20 Talwalkar quickly puts stamp on LSI Logic
Abhi Talwalkar appears to be wasting no time letting the industry know who's in charge now at semiconductor supplier LSI Logic.
2013-04-22 Taking advantage of Bluetooth LE advertising mode
Here's a discussion on BLE architecture and the protocol stack, with focus on Advertising mode and required software implementation.
2005-01-18 Taking a walk inside Bluetooth EDR
There's no doubt that Bluetooth technology has started to gain hold in the communication sector.
2010-07-07 Tackling energy efficiency in the world of mobile video
Demand for mobile video has exploded. As the thirst for multimedia access continues to grow, so has the availability of TV-anywhere services.
2003-01-08 System allows long-distance image file manipulation
A remote viewing system being developed at Sandia National Laboratories allows an image of any size to be interactively visualized and manipulated over the Internet without transferring the file from its secured server.
2012-04-12 Synopsys touts complete audio IP subsystem
Geared for SoC designs, the SoundWave Audio Subsystem is fully configurable and supports 2-7.1 audio streams with 24bit precision.
2004-04-12 SynaptiCAD joins graphical debugging market
Offering a graphical debugging system that can control Verilog, VHDL, and C++ simulators, SynaptiCAD has announced BugHunter Pro.
2004-11-17 Symbol Technologies unveils Wi-Fi switch, port
Symbol Technologies introduced its next gen WS 2000 enterprise wireless switch and AP 300 802.11a/b/g wireless access port for small and medium businesses.
2007-08-20 Symantec, Intel build security products into chips
Symantec VP Rowan Trollope announced that the company has once again partnered with Intel Corp. to develop security products to be built into tiny computer chips.
2010-11-25 Superscalar CPU executes two threads at once
Broadcom announced the development of a new MIPS-compatible CPU for its broadband SoCs.
2005-06-01 Supernova collapse simulated on a GPU
A simulated study allows researchers to leverage the power of GPUs for improving visual-application performance.
2005-09-30 SuperH MPU supports GbE apps
Renesas' newest 32bit SuperH microprocessor called the SH7763 supports Gigabit Ethernet for network devices and digital home appliances.
2014-12-03 Sub-GHz wireless for long range IoT connectivity
Learn about the role of the sub-Gigahertz wireless radio spectrum in extending the range of wireless devices in an Internet of Things network.
2008-08-15 Study: Consumers want intelligent, connected hybrid cars
The IBM Automotive 2020 Study, based on collaboration with 125 automotive industry leaders, reported an industry grappling with significant change driven by increasingly sophisticated consumers.
2012-02-16 Storage, networking server for mission critical apps
The FS3100 from Kontron can capture, process and analyze massive amounts of data across telecom and carrier cloud computing environments.
2003-01-15 STMicro, SpaceBridge co-develop wireless modem chips
STMicroelectronics and SpaceBridge Semiconductor Corp. have entered an MoU in which the two companies will develop a family of integrated broadband wireless modem chips and low-cost integrated two-way STB solutions.
2007-12-03 Step-down converters rev up efficiency
Given the importance of battery life to end products' market success, step-down converter manufacturers are employing a wide array of schemes to maximize the efficiency of their devices in light load.
2009-09-15 STB SoCs deliver advanced broadcast decoding
NXP is offering a new family of highly integrated SoC products that enable a complete range of high-performance solutions for mainstream HD DVRs and STB platforms.
2011-01-04 STB SoC with VXP studio quality video processing, 3D
Sigma Designs' SMP8910 is an STB SoC that integrates VXP studio quality video processing and 3D video processing. It reaches more than 6,000DMIPS with its dual-core 1004K MIPS CPU.
2005-09-14 STB decoder implements SVP tech
STMicroelectronics unveiled its first silicon devices to implement Secure Video Processor (SVP) technology, the next generation open specification for the protection of digital video content.
2002-08-07 Startup puts Bluetooth transceiver into Game Boy
A small startup in the U.S. has tucked a Bluetooth RF transceiver and protocol-translation FPGA into a cartridge format compatible with the Nintendo Game Boy Color and Advance platforms.
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