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2007-02-27 SiGe HBT amplifiers roll for two-way radios
California Eastern Laboratories has announced the availability of a medium-power SiGe HBT transistor amplifier from NEC.
2010-11-10 Freescale targets two-way radio, smart meters
Two baseband IP efforts and IP for making all-CMOS radio transceivers let Freescale produce specialized SoCs for two-way radios, wireless medical monitors, smart meters and handsets.
2008-04-15 Audio processor tailored for two-way radios
CML Microcircuits has introduced the CMX138, an integrated audio processor designed primarily for analog 'leisure' two-way radio products
2002-07-12 Motorola opens Shanghai center
Motorola has opened its Energy Systems Group Shanghai Center, a venue for Motorola to provide design services and supply chain management for its customers in Asia Pacific.
2004-01-14 Motorola Energy Systems expands presence in Taiwan
Motorola Inc. has established an Energy Systems Group Design and Manufacturing Center within its Product Development Center in Taiwan.
2011-11-04 Power IC features 15W output power
RFMD's RFHA1000 GaN power amplifier is designed for military communications, electronic warfare, wireless infrastructure, radar and two-way radios.
2008-11-07 Amimon boasts WHDI tech in HDTV design win
Consumer electronics makers are differentiating TV tuner and media receiver units from HDTV displays, thus releasing the first round of a wireless home network struggle emphasizing on simple, two-way HD wireless connectivity between display and tuner
2012-09-21 Wideband noise reduction SoC targets smart voice capture devices
ON Semiconductor's BelaSigna R262 claims to offer a solution with built-in voice capture and noise reduction technology that can manage stationary and non-stationary background and mechanical noise.
2007-06-25 Toshiba launches GaAs FETs, RF devices
TAEC featured an array of C-, X- and Ku-band gallium arsenide (GaAs) FETs developed by Toshiba Corp. as well as a broad line-up of RF and small signal devices at this year's IEEE MTT-S event.
2012-07-30 Sub-GHz PHY transceiver supports multiple IEEE modes
SX1257 delivers complete solution for IEEE 802.15.4g (SUN)
2010-09-02 Sub-audio signalling processor IC gets new, improved sibling
New audio scrambler and sub-audio signalling processor boasts host of upgrades
2006-04-17 SMD potentiometer targets wireless transceiver apps
The new SMD trimmer potentiometer from Shaanxi Hongxing Electronic Components facilitates pick-and-place centering design and comes in a 4mm package.
2010-02-17 Motorola to split in two by 2011
Motorola Inc. is targeting the Q1 11 for its planned separation into two independent, publicly traded companies Mobile Devices and Home, and Enterprise Mobility Solutions and Networks, .
2005-10-14 Microchip extends DSC folio
Embedded systems engineers going for extensive levels of performance, memory and I/O without using DSPs can leverage Microchip Technology Inc.'s latest line of digital signal controllers (DSCs) as they announces the release of 27 devices from the dsPIC33 DSC family. The dsPIC33 line of devices underscores DSP-like performance and abundance of memory in architectures centered on MCUs fitting embedded system control.
2008-03-03 Mic array amp enables more natural-sounding voice
National's PowerWise LMV1088 dual-input microphone array amplifier features far-field noise suppression technology that delivers more natural-sounding voice quality.
2008-05-22 GSEDA seeks exciting electronic designs in Asia
Nominations are now open for the 2008 GSEDA, which seeks to recognize new and innovative electronic designs made in Asia.
2006-09-28 Electronics and components fair to feature 2,300 booths
The China Sourcing Fair, scheduled to run from Oct. 11-14, is expected to break grounds with a bigger and better showcase of product suppliers at the Asia World Expo in Hong Kong.
2002-07-17 Connect One controller has on-chip WAP website
The iChip Internet controller from Connect One Semiconductors Inc. is claimed to be first Internet peripheral chip to store and serve WAP documents as WML files in an on-chip WAP website.
2006-10-10 China Sourcing Fair to feature latest technologies
China Sourcing Fair: Electronic and Components this October 11-14 will feature miniature SMD crystals, slim GSM phones, compact PMPs plus new pavilions for GPS, and personal and healthcare products.
2008-10-01 Analog vendors raise portable sound quality to higher level
With mobile phone users struggling to hear and be heard in noisy environments, designers are working hard to integrate more advanced audio processing into portable audio devices.
2008-11-03 What’s required for RF4CE?
The main advantage of the radio protocol is that it ensures interoperability between remote controls and A/V devices that IR never achieved. The protocol’s upper layers are defined specifically for remote control, while the lower layers (including PHY) use IEEE 802.15.4, where ZigBee and 6LowPAN are also based. IEEE 802.15.4 is used in many proprietary protocols in both consumer and industrial markets.
2005-01-17 Sorting out smart trash
It's a term for giving our waste stream enough intelligence to identify itself, assist in its own sorting and recycling process, and prevent the wrong stuff from ending up somewhere it can do harm.
2013-07-26 Geolocation implementation through swarm radio
Learn about the integration of location-awareness to wireless sensor networks so that swarm members can measure the distance between each-other, and are able to make decisions using this information.
2007-08-16 Freescale platform ends remote control era
A networking protocol for controllers and controlled devices is claimed to enable wireless interoperability among multiple consumer electronics appliances from multiple manufacturers and may end the era of the remote control.
2010-02-04 Forum addresses smart grid roadblocks
A panel at the Grid ComForum noted that engineers will face plenty of challenges enabling smart grids in the home and in utility distribution networks.
2005-04-28 Cheapest solution for RF links?
Chipcon's CC1100 multi-channel RF transceiver and CC1150 multi-channel RF transmitter operate in the 315-, 433-, 868- and 915MHz license-free ISM bands.
2007-06-29 A new way to predict LDMOS DC signal behavior
To reduce the design cycle time and cost for wireless applications, it is useful to have models that can help predict and simulate the behavior of RF power transistors, such as ST's PD54003L-E device.
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