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2002-11-25 Suppliers to add security features to wireless comm chips
Infineon Technologies AG has made a strategic decision to put security features into its wireless-modem chips
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
2009-06-11 Sub-GHz transceiver radio suits low-power wireless apps
Microchip Technology Inc. has beefed up it RF products division wireless portfolio with the MRF49XA sub-GHz transceiver radio
2007-08-16 Sub-1GHz RF transceiver targets low-power wireless apps
Texas Instruments Inc. has unveiled CC1101, a sub-1GHz RF transceiver featuring low-power consumption and high integration.
2003-01-23 Spreadtrum enhances wireless IC solutions with ARM core
Fabless semiconductor company Spreadtrum Communications Inc. has licensed ARM Ltd's ARM7TDMI microprocessor core.
2006-08-18 Sirenza acquires wireless IC supplier
Sirenza Microdevices Inc. announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Micro Linear Corp.
2007-09-21 Silicon Labs MCUs support open standard for wireless apps
Silicon Laboratories announced that its high-performance, mixed-signal MCUs now support ONE-NET, an open design standard for low-power wireless applications for residential and small business.
2013-07-01 Selecting RF protocols for ISM applications
Here are the pros and cons of each of the five leading RF protocols used for ISM applications
2007-09-24 RF solution pair targets low-power wireless apps
Texas Instruments Inc. has released a pair of RF SoC solutions designed for low-power and low-voltage wireless applications used in the 2.4 GHz and sub-1 GHz frequency bands.
2005-02-03 RF power amplifiers target wireless applications up to 3GHz
ParkerVision announced that it is introducing two new families of RF power amplifier products.
2009-03-16 RF ICs handle up to 2GHz wireless apps
Freescale Semiconductor has introduced the LDMOS driver amplifier RF ICs designed to set new standards for video bandwidth, gain and efficiency for broadband networks.
2009-01-12 Report: DSP shipments drop, wireless stays up
A new report from Forward Concepts stated that DSP shipments collapsed at the end of 2008, with sales plunged 33 percent from October to November.
2008-04-01 Raise UWB throughput for wireless HD video
Here's a report on the promise and technical challenges facing UWB, and on the throughput and encryption considerations for HD video distribution.
2008-05-22 Qualcomm bests TI in wireless IC market
New rankings from iSuppli showed that Qualcomm once again toppled TI as the world's leading supplier of semiconductors for wireless applications in 2007.
2006-11-28 Pressures tip wireless apps toward SiP
System-in-Package technology has begun to challenge SoC implementations as a high-level design strategy for selected wireless applications because of lengthening SoC design cycles and other factors.
2003-10-29 Oki, Micro Linear partner on wireless products
Oki Electric and Micro Linear have entered into a formal agreement to jointly develop optimized, complete silicon solutions to wireless OEMs
2010-03-12 NTU, NI explore next-gen wireless comms
NTU and National Instruments (NI) are joining hands to develop the next-generation wireless communication technologies which are cheaper, faster, more reliable and more pervasive
2008-09-15 Nordic Semi claims smallest 2.4GHz wireless SoC
Nordic Semiconductor ASA has released the nRF24LE1, a 2.4GHz ULP wireless SoC solution that enables a single-chip implementation in wireless applications.
2008-09-09 Nordic rolls 'smallest' ultralow power 2.4GHz wireless solution
Nordic Semiconductor ASA has launched the nRF24LE1, touted to be the smallest 2.4GHz ultralow power wireless SoC solution that enables a single-chip implementation in wireless applications.
2006-03-17 Non-standard wireless protocols challenge Bluetooth, Zigbee
During the recently concluded 11th Annual International IC-China Conference & Exhibition, Nordic Semiconductor and Texas Instruments demonstrated their non-standard wireless protocol applications.
2012-05-14 Next gen wireless apps with FRAM-based MCUs
Discover the unique features FRAM offers as a memory alternative for embedded wireless applications.
2005-10-04 National addresses analog needs of Bluetooth, wireless apps
National Semiconductor unveiled an integrated analog circuit that includes complex analog blocks and performs key functions of the audio signal path for Bluetooth and other wireless apps
2012-04-17 Murata buys wireless firm
The passive electronics components firm has announced a definitive agreement to buy RF Monolithics in an all-cash transaction targeted to close in 3Q12.
2016-03-01 Multiprotocol wireless SoCs streamline IoT connectivity
Silicon Labs said the Wireless Gecko SoCs integrate a powerful ARM Cortex-M4 core, energy-friendly Gecko technology, a 2.4GHz radio with up to 19.5dBm output power, and advanced hardware cryptography
2002-10-08 Motorola optimizes chip technology for wireless apps
Motorola Inc.'s Semiconductor Products Sector (SPS) has noted that they have made enhancements on its SiGe:C technology for wireless applications.
2002-07-25 Motorola licenses Polansky's wireless technology patents
Motorola Inc., Williams Wireless Technologies Inc. and Polansky Electronics Ltd have signed a licensing agreement regarding Polansky's patents
2009-09-29 MCU packs 2.4GHz radio for wireless sensor nets
STMicroelectronics offers the STM32W MCU family, which packs IEEE 802.15.4 radio to support embedded wireless sensor network design
2009-05-12 Matched balun filter suits Atmel wireless transceivers
Johanson Technology has introduced the 2450FB15L0001 matched balun filter designed for Atmel Corp.'s AT86RF23X range of wireless transceivers
2004-10-14 Korean startup debuts IC for CD-like wireless audio
Open Solution, a Korean fabless semiconductor startup, is sampling a digital audio processor designed for use in wireless apps
2005-09-08 Jennic unveils new wireless MCU
Jennic's wireless MCU combines a 32bit RISC core, fully-compliant 2.4GHz IEEE802.15.4 transceiver and integrated 64KB ROM and 96KB RAM memory blocks, all in a single 8-by-8mm 56 lead QFN chip package
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