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What is an RF transceiver?
An RF transceiver is a device that transmits and receives RF signals.
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2004-10-14 3G phones shave costs, but integration path unclear
The latest crop of 3G cellphones shows the market is maturing with more integrated digital chipsets driving substantially lower handset costs.
2009-12-02 3G phone springs from 2G design overhaul
Released in Q1 08, Samsung's SGH-J750 tells a less-fleeting tale of OEM sourcing decisions, ASIC development strategies and foot-in-the-door approaches behind the cellphone market.
2007-01-30 3G in China still held up
After about four years of waiting, it looks like chipmakers will be strung along a little more as 3G licenses in China may be pushed out to next year instead of early this year, as originally thought.
2013-03-28 3D stacking is the future of chip design, says Xilinx
Xilinx's Liam Madden says it is time to move on from Moore's Law with 3D integration as the standard for chip design.
2007-06-29 3D simulation tool simplifies wireless design
Agilent Technologies Inc. today announced the release of its Antenna Modeling Design Systema 3D, dedicated design, modeling and verification tool for antenna systems and placement.
2011-06-20 3D merges chip production routes
As advanced processes accompany the shrinking of devices per Moore's law, another section of the industry is running on more relaxed design rules with older fabs. Monolithic 3D could bridge this gap.
2014-01-16 3D integration leads to robust I/O performance, says IBM
IBM fellow Jon Casey tells EE Times that the semiconductor industry needs to embrace chip stacking amid a slowdown in Moore's Law and the rise of data-driven applications.
2012-06-04 3D FPGA address Nx100G, 400G line card apps
Xilinx's heterogeneous all programmable Virtex-7 H580T 3D FPGA feature up to 16 28Gb/s and 72 13.1Gb/s transceivers.
2009-11-10 32bit MCUs pack 1.5Mbyte on-chip SRAM
Renesas released eight versions of the SH7266 and SH7267 32bit MCUs with 1.5Mbyte on-chip SRAM tailored for embedded applications in the industrial and consumer fields.
2008-09-02 30Gbit/s Serdes with clock jitter cleaner debuts from TI
Texas Instruments introduced a four-channel Serdes IC that enables high-speed, bidirectional, point-to-point data transmission with up to 30Gbit/s.
2016-02-29 20W USB-PD compliant fast chargers for smart mobile devices
The DER-533 pairs the EZ-PD CCG2 USB Type-C port controller from Cypress with Power Integrations' InnoSwitch-CP off-line CV/CC flyback switcher IC to produce a standards-compliant power adapter.
2008-12-19 200 Gbps silicon photonic integrated chip
To fully exploit the computing power of multi-core and many-core computers, there is a need of high-speed and high-capacity communication network that can manage enormous data transport among the cores and memories.
2009-10-14 2.4GHz wireless SoCs pack OTP memory
Nordic Semiconductor has released the nRF24LE1 OTP and nRF24LU1+ OTP the target price-sensitive consumer segments of the ultralow power wireless market that do not require flash memory.
2009-05-13 2.4GHz SoC tailored for low-power RF apps
Texas Instruments Inc. introduced a complete 2.4-GHz RF SoC solution supporting the IEEE 802.15.4 standard.
2013-09-30 16GB iPhone 5s carries $199 BoM
The iPhone 5s features a 64bit apps processor, low-power Double Data Rate 3 (LPDDR3) DRAM and a novel fingerprint sensor, but with a nearly similar BoM as iPhone 5 from last year.
2011-09-21 16G chipset offers 14Gb/s performance
Gennum has launched 16G Fiber Channel module chipsetthe GN2017 and the GN1068, which are compatible with recent Fiber Channel applications.
2013-02-13 16-band ET RF front-end targets LTE handsets
The NCT-L1200 ET from Nujira is a multi-mode, multi-band (MMMB) ET reference design that claims to overcome the energy efficiency and frequency band challenges by mobile operators and OEMs.
2010-08-24 12-/10-bit MxFEs cut base station power by 40%
The mixed-signal front end combined dual DAC and ADC devices also cut board space in femtocells and picocells for wireless base stations.
2009-12-24 10Gbit/s Ethernet hardware demonstration reference design
This reference design demonstrates wire-speed operation of the Altera 10Gbit/s Ethernet (10GbE) reference design component.
2008-04-17 10Gbit FCoE drives data center convergence
The release of the first products for Fibre Channel over 10GbE fuels a broad industry drive to run networking, storage and clustering traffic over a single, mainstream pipe in tomorrow's data centers.
2007-09-21 10GbE transceivers handle several protocols
AMS Technologies announces the availability of 10GbE SFP+ transceivers from Optical Communication Products Inc. designed to support several transmission protocols.
2005-12-01 10GbE parts readied, 100G in wings
A new generation of optical and copper components for 10GbE is about to hit the market, revving up demand for fast networks.
2013-03-28 10GbE adapter features 10GBase-T support
Touted by the firm as the industry's smallest, Tehuti Networks said TN9210 is geared for low-power, low-cost, single-port applications required in application servers, high-end workstations and PCs.
2008-04-03 10G EPON ref designs rev up triple-play, FTTB
The availability of 10Gbit/s EPON systems will enable carriers to further expand their triple-play services and FTTB solutions, and lay the foundation for future bandwidth-demanding applications.
2012-03-07 100Gb/s optical engine targets data centers, HPC
Kotura's silicon photonics platform features flip chip attached lasers, high performance WDM de/multiplexers, fast low power modulators and high-speed detectors.
2009-02-04 'Promising' memory interface gears for mobiles
Rambus Inc. will demonstrate new memory interface geared for mobile devices that delivers 16 times the bandwidth of today's technologies at a fraction of the power they would consume. Analysts said the technology is unique and promising, but faces several hurdles on the road to adoption.
2007-03-16 'All fuss but no elan,' analyst says of .11n
Analysts don't see a big take-off for .11n, insisting that the 100Mbps link will not prove very useful for some time, either in public hotspots or home networks.
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