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2005-02-08 TI digital technology supports MMC wireless audio module
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI)'s PurePath Digital technology has been selected by Mitsubishi Materials Corp. (MMC) for its latest power line communication (PLC), a module designed for transmitting audio signals, targeting wireless audio solutions for home theater applications and audio distribution networks.
2004-06-07 TI Asia chief highlights commitment for wireless devices
In a keynote address delivered at IAFA 2004 Computex, Texas Instruments Inc. Asia Ltd President Terry Cheng revealed the company's plans for the wireless 2.5G and 3G mobile devices in Asia
2004-01-19 TI amplifier targets wireless comm apps
Texas Instruments has announced a low-power, current-feedback amplifier from its Burr-Brown product line that offers unmatched bandwidth at low and high gains.
2014-02-25 ThruChip opts for wireless wafer stacking
ThruChip develops Japanese professor's technology in stacking silicon wafers, using a wireless approach that is cheaper than TSVs
2004-08-02 The wireless electronic program guide
The electronic program guide in today's STBs gives users current and future video service information.
2016-03-28 The search for the right wireless technology
Selecting the right solution for connecting your device to the Internet can be tough. This article aims to lead you in the right direction based on some fundamental properties of wireless technologies
2009-11-23 The path to gigabit-per-second wireless
When WiMedia stumbled, the path to gigabit-per-second wireless suddenly became not clear anymore. All eyes turnedor should have turnedto 60GHz
2004-09-13 The MathWorks expands scope for wireless system development
The MathWorks launched two new products designed to expand the scope of model-based design for signal processing and communications apps.
2001-09-20 The advantages of PIN diode switches over MESFET switches for IEEE 802.11a high-speed wireless LAN applications
This application note provides a comparative discussion of silicon PIN diodes and MESFETs to help circuit designers in choosing the suitable mobile wireless diversity switch
2005-04-01 Tech forum tackles world of wired, wireless nets
A conclave of design engineers from leading networking suppliers and providers will host a number of forums at the 10th International IC-China Conference and Exhibition (IIC-China) in Shenzhen, Beijing and Shanghai this April.
2009-07-28 TDD: Paving the future of wireless comms
Despite some lingering complexity in the market over which wireless standard will next prevail, it is very clear that time division duplex (TDD) is one of the most flexible schemes to meet the bandwidth demands of today's and tomorrow's networks
2006-01-01 Taiwan spotlights broadband wireless, digital home
Bright prospects on WiMAX and digital home are taking center stage in Taiwan's electronics industry.
2003-05-14 Tahoe RF ships IP blocks for multiple wireless apps
Tahoe RF Semiconductor's TRFS-151 CDMA RF front-end receiver and TRFS-201 integrated VCO IP blocks are aimed for use in multiple wireless systems
2005-05-17 SynQor input converter optimized for wireless base stations
SynQor has announced the PQ30 QGA dc-dc converter that helps designers meet the challenging power requirements demanded by UMTS and CDMA base stations and wireless IP routers
2007-11-15 Synopsys: India leads in wireless IC design focus
A study by Synopsys showed that Europe may no longer be the hotbed of wireless IC design as about 38 percent of Indian designers are working on wireless and mobile application designs compared with just about 22 percent in Europe
2007-05-08 Synopsys releases wireless USB host, DRD IP
Synopsys has announced the release of its DesignWare Wireless USB host and DRD IP based on the Wireless USB specification from USB-IF
2008-06-26 Synapse speeds up wireless mesh designs
Designing mesh network software for embedded processors using RF wireless protocol just got easier for OEMs, according to Synapse Inc., which said it has re-hosted its Snap Pro 802.15.4 wireless mesh networking protocol for use on any RF module based on MCUs from Freescale Semiconductor Inc
2002-12-04 Symbian, TI extend wireless partnership
Symbian Inc. and Texas Instruments Inc. have extended their strategic cooperation to further optimize the performance of the Symbian OS on TI's wireless OMAP platform
2005-05-16 Superconductors set course for wireless
Technological maturity and potentially lucrative applications suggest that low-temperature superconducting is turning a corner
2014-11-13 Sub-GHz ICs wider wireless range in IoT apps
The wireless ICs boast the highest levels of RF performance, with transmit output power of up to 20dBm, sensitivity of -116dBm and -133dBm, and link budget of 153dB
2009-03-03 Striving for wireless glory
St-Ericsson is vying for second in the wireless chip business. It's looking to increase its odds by making the most of a rich portfolio inherited from its three parents
2003-11-14 STMicro, TI team for wireless open standard
Texas Instruments Inc. and STMicroelectronics announced an initiative to jointly define and promote an open standard for wireless apps
2002-12-17 STMicro, TI partner on open standard for wireless apps
Texas Instruments Inc. and STMicroelectronics have agreed upon an initiative to jointly define and promote an open standard for wireless application processor interfaces
2003-01-15 STMicro, SpaceBridge co-develop wireless modem chips
STMicroelectronics and SpaceBridge Semiconductor Corp. have entered an MoU in which the two companies will develop a family of integrated broadband wireless modem chips and low-cost integrated two-way STB solutions
2005-07-01 Stirring Intel through wireless territory
Kevin Kahn tells how the evolution of transistor density from thousands to billions exemplifies Intel's growth.
2013-03-08 Steady climb for short-range wireless tech
Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, ZigBee, NFC and GPS technologies are expected to reach almost five billion units in 2013 and grow to nearly eight billion by 2018, forecasted ABI Research.
2007-03-05 Startup debuts wireless USB, Bluetooth chip
Startup Artimi has unveiled a WiMedia-compliant dual-mode wireless USB and Bluetooth chip that provides up to 480Mbps wireless communications to peripherals
2008-02-07 Startup adds wireless monitor to band-aids
Sometime next year nurses may put active band-aids on hospital patients to wirelessly monitor as many as three vital signs, thanks to Toumaz Technology custom chip.
2012-01-30 Standard released for wireless SD
The new standard will enable consumers to transfer content, such as photos and videos, wirelessly from digital cameras and digital video cameras to web-based cloud devices.
2007-12-20 Staccato design tool aims at wireless USB video apps
Staccato Communications' latest reference design for its Ripcord family of ICs delivers a compact form-factor design for a cost-effective path for Wireless USB connectivity with existing USB devices
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