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2005-09-12 DS-UWB vs. 802.11n: What's the best connectivity option?
Systems that use wider bandwidths can have fundamentally different design approaches to provide wireless connectivity solutions that scale to even higher data rates and lower complexity implementations than 802.11 WLAN
2009-11-17 DoCoMo cuts handset BOM with RF MEMS
MEMS technology is critical to the success of future of wireless handsets, according to a DoCoMo Research Laboratories executive
2006-04-17 Cutting the last wire
Wireless power transmission has long been focused on the megawatts/milliwatts. Reno Rossetti insists it's time we bring this technology to portable wireless applications
2005-08-01 Cutting RF power in W-CDMA phones
Power dissipation problems in W-CDMA phones can be solved by adjusting power amplifier efficiency and voltage requirements
2004-05-11 CSR, Symbian results cheer mobile sector
First quarter results from two U.K.-based wireless companies indicate that the sector is picking up steam
2004-01-19 Credence opens facility in Milpitas
Credence Systems Corp. has launched a facility in Milpitas, California. The 180,000 square-foot facility will serve as the company's new corporate headquarters, and features R&D and manufacturing areas that total over 45,000 square-feet
2007-03-12 Consumer apps to drive MEMS
The future of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) will be consumer-driven, according to a Gartner Inc. analyst.
2002-02-27 Conexant, Carlyle to form specialty foundry firm
Conexant Systems Inc. and The Carlyle Group have entered into a definitive agreement to form a specialty foundry company.
2004-08-04 Communications equipment spending rising
A new study says trends indicate that communications equipment spending is emerging from its long downturn and is poised for a rebound.
2008-09-17 Commentary: Who's to blame for NX'Ps fate?
NXP Semiconductor didn't need enemies, competitors or bad financial advisersnot with parents like the ones it had at its birth in late 2006.
2005-04-20 Chinese startup preps CMOS RF chip, with VC support
A Shanghai-based communications start-up is slowly unveiling its plan to ride China's large and rapidly growing market for wireless devices
2005-01-03 China mobilizing on 3G IP
A group of influential Chinese companies and industry organizations has formed the Mobile Multimedia Technology Alliance to promote Chinese-driven technical innovation and standards and to popularize 3G applications.
2004-02-26 China bides time on 3G, WAPI
The intensely competitive Chinese wireless market is biding it's time on issues ranging from which 3G technology to adopt to whether or not to proceed with a controversial Wi-Fi encryption scheme, a China market researcher said
2014-03-18 Characterise vector response of broadband instruments
Know the ways to achieve high accuracy and measurements at acceptable cost.
2002-03-05 Cell phone chips integrate DSP, Xscale processor
Integrated baseband chips are being developed for 2.5G and 3G cell phones that merge Intel Corp.'s 400MHz PXA250 Xscale processor, 400MHz Micro Signal Architecture DSP and enough on-board Flash to handle all DSP and applications code.
2008-01-28 Bluetooth chip rolls with FM radio transceiver
By combining Bluetooth wireless PAN functionality with an FM radio transceiver in a single 65nm chip, the STLC2690 from STMicroelectronics is said to offer leading-edge integration and performance
2009-12-24 Bluetooth 4.0 packs low-energy modes
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group has adopted the Bluetooth Core Specification Version 4.0, which includes low-energy modes.
2010-07-06 Beyer: Connected intelligence will beat recession
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. CEO Richard Beyer predicted that the recession will continue to fade by virtue of the commercial success of what he called 'connected intelligence.'
2008-09-02 Bell Labs drops IC research biz
Bell Labs has confirmed Aug. 29 that it is exiting the semiconductor researcher business.
2005-07-07 Atmel, SENAO offer Wi-Fi phones based on VoIP chips
Atmel Corp. and Taiwan-based SENAO Int. Co. Ltd, a wireless communications systems manufacturer, have announced a new family of Wi-Fi phone products based on Atmel's AT76C901 and AT76C902 wireless VoIP chips
2005-08-15 Anritsu to buy Denmark's NetTest
Japan's Anritsu Corp. has agreed to buy NetTest A/S, a provider of network monitoring and communications test equipment.
2002-06-10 Andrew completes acquisition of Celiant
Andrew Corp. has completed its acquisition of Celiant Corp. in a transaction worth $470 million.
2008-09-26 Analysts skeptical of NXP survival plan
NXP BV's restructuring plan has left analysts pondering the company's future and dusting off age-old European chip company merger ideas.
2006-01-04 Alereon, Samyoung team for WiMedia PHY modules
Alereon has teamed up with Samyoung Electronics to develop tightly integrated PHY modules based on Alereon's AL4000 range of UWB devices for WiMedia and wireless USB apps
2009-07-27 Agilent, China University team up on LTE testing
Agilent Technologies Inc. is collaborating with China's Southeast University for R&D on 3GPP-LTE systems performance
2008-08-08 Agilent talks WiMAX: Reliability is key
In this interview, CJ Meurell, general manager, of Agilent's European operations, talks about WiMAX and what future the technology holds for the company, the market and consumers.
2008-01-21 Address power management issues in mobiles
Increasing focus towards system aspects of cellphones forces designers to take a holistic and dynamic approach to power management to effectively decrease power consumption without degrading performance.
2012-10-02 ACL Semiconductors completes USmart, eVision purchase
The acquisition aims to transform ACL into an R&D manufacturer with its own products and brands, and facilitate the company's entry into the expanding telecommunication industry
2009-01-14 60GHz, MoCA take center stage at CES
The Consumer Electronics Show demonstrated the latest advances home networking and interconnect but the 60GHz wireless and Multimedia over Coax (MoCA) showed the most traction
2015-03-17 5G development still needs work, industry says
5G is nearly ready for adoption in Japan and Korea except that concerns including link quality, price, availability and industry regulations still need to be addressed for 5G to come through.
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