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2003-05-16 5.8GHz RF is focused for analog vets
After years of lagging behind on different ventures, Micro Linear Corp will concentrate on 5.8GHz RF products.
2015-01-07 4x4 WiFi chips boast dedicated DSP
Broadcom's BCM4366 for gateways and STBs incorporates multiple 802.11ac Wave 2 features including radio optimisation for high quality video over a wireless network.
2013-02-04 4Kx2K TV market to reach 7M in 2016
NPD DisplaySearch said that Sony, LG, Samsung and Sharp are all moving forward to launch more 4Kx2K screen sizes and to mobilise production in larger volumes.
2010-01-12 40Gbit/s optical networks DQPSK receiver is tiny
The receiver enables smaller transponders, making optical transmission equipment for 40Gbit/s optical networks more environment-friendly.
2005-02-01 3G integration not a linear progression
The road map toward 3G integration has been set; the tough ride to progress begins.
2006-04-04 32bit AVR processor targets multimedia systems for cellphones
Atmel's new family of 32bit processors has been designed to integrate on a single chip virtually all the functionality required for multimedia systems that are deployed in cellphones and digital cameras.
2010-04-07 2M 60GHz chipsets to ship by 2015
The two 60GHz wireless protocols may someday compete head-to-head, according an ABI Research report, which also forecasts nearly two million 60GHz chipset shipments in 2015.
2010-06-23 24-core DSP delivers over 36 GMACs at <55mW
Boosting the processing power of its DSP chips, Octasic Inc. is increasing the number of Opus DSP cores from 15 to 24.
2011-01-03 2011: Convergence, content everywhere tests innovation cycle
2010 saw significant innovation and 2011 promises a more aggressive pace. Many of the challenges will come from the trend towards convergence in the consumer electronics market.
2013-02-25 2.4GHz 1.9nJ/b radio compliant to BLE, Zigbee
Imec and Holst Centre revealed a short range radio that, in addition to compliance with MBAN, IEEE802.15.6, claims to be 3-5 times more power-efficient than current Bluetooth Low Energy solutions.
2008-07-31 1GHz PXI digitizer samples up to 20GSps rate
National Instruments announced a significant bandwidth increase in its digitizer offering with the introduction of the NI PXI-5154 digitizer/PC-based oscilloscope.
2008-08-11 1394-over-coax gives backbone to home nets
Pulse?Link, for several tears, has touted its flavor of UWB technology as suitable for home video networks using power lines, phone wiring, or coax cabling as the data highway.
2008-11-04 1394 CE PHY devices secure content
Texas Instruments has developed two consumer electronics 1394 (Firewire) link layer and integrated PHY devices for digitally interfacing advanced video applications with the highest level of content security.
2008-03-03 10GbE XMC/PMC module rolls with SFP+ support
AdvancedIO Systems has released the V1021 configurable 10GbE connectivity and packet processing XMC/PMC module that supports SFP+, the latest 10Gbit optical transceiver technology.
2013-03-20 100G transmitter PHY ready for long haul optical transport
The company's BCM84128 100G transmitter achieves an aggregate data rate of 128Gbit/s at the industry's lowest power of two watts enabling high-capacity, 100G optical modules and line-card designs.
2015-02-24 10 IoT-related trends in manufacturing, supply chain
The year 2015 will see innovative manufacturers leap ahead and use more and better sensors, add more comprehensive automation and increasingly choose local fabrication.
2015-04-06 10 Apple acquisitions and their significance
Apple's long list of acquisitions over the past year provides both technology and talent that enable the company to expand and improve on its vast collection of products and services.
2002-03-05 'Prescott,' 'Banias' processors to debut in 2003
The company has announced a 2003 release for its next-generation desktop processor code-named "Prescott." This was announced, along with several other upcoming products, in the recently concluded Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.
2002-04-02 'Parallel' migration to blue-laser DVD urged
A proposal put together by a Hollywood studio suggests that blue-laser-based high-definition DVD recorders will initially become available as VCR replacements only in the Japanese market.
2009-02-04 'My Wi-Fi' to enable traveling PANs
Intel Corp. wants to connect millions of Wi-Fi-enabled devices by building a wireless access point called My Wi-Fi into Centrino 2-equipped notebook PCs, establishing a personal area network (PAN) that travels with users.
2008-06-09 'First' single-chip 802.11n USB adapter cuts BOM costs
Broadcom Corp. has released what it claims to be the first single-chip dual-band 802.11n solution for USB adapters.
2006-06-16 'First' IP video security camera uses TI's DaVinci tech
NexVision announced the first IP video security camera prototype based on Texas Instruments' DaVinci technology.
2006-12-14 'First' CE-grade 802.11n-draft-compliant chipset rolls
Metalink touts the industry's first CE-grade IEEE-802.11n-draft-compliant dual-band chipset for wireless home entertainment systems.
2008-08-27 'Fastest' module graphics engine now ready for testing
The Kontron ETXexpress-690 Computer-on-Module, the newest and fastest Kontron COM Express module graphics engine built around high-end embedded chipset, is now available for evaluation.
2006-12-20 'Card' server streams content to devices
Agere Systems' screenless, credit card-size mobile content server lets consumers access, back up and share digital content among multiple devices in a peer-to-peer mode over the Internet.
2013-03-13 "Electronic blood" developed for cooling effect
IBM is exploring the use of "electronic blood" to not only cool but also to power the cognitive computers of the future.
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