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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
2012-01-06 Wireless gateway boasts multiple connectivity
The APG BT W400 wireless access point gateway features a multiradio modular architecture and integrates Bluetooth, Ethernet and 802.11b/g
2010-06-30 Wi-Fi healthcare deployments post 60% growth
The Wi-Fi adoption within healthcare has grown at more than 60 percent over the past 12 months in WLAN and Wi-Fi real-time locations systems deployments, according to ABI Research
2011-09-15 Dialog enters low-power wireless market
The company has unveiled DECT ULE-based devices that feature Internet connectivity and backward compatibility.
2014-08-04 Analyst: Health, fitness wireless ICs to post strong growth
Shipments for wireless semiconductors in health and fitness in 2014 will reach a projected 61.2 million units, up 11 per cent from 55 million in 2013, stated IHS
2008-03-27 10 solution enables wireless health monitoring
Researchers at Cambridge Consultants have developed a $10 single-chip solution that allows medical devices to transmit data wirelessly.
2008-12-31 Outlook is positive for health care, wireless
While almost all segments of the electronics industry will be flat or decline in 2009, a few exceptions are possible, according to an industry survey.
2011-02-16 ISSCS 2011 takes peek at new Imec tech
Among the results to be presented are a biomedical signal processor, a reconfigurable transceiver that eliminates the need for SAW filters and a functional 8bit MCU made by organic thin-film transistors.
2013-11-25 Omron looks to enhance blood pressure monitors
According to the company, in order to win the next-generation smart healthcare battle, it is important to develop a technology that can sense, track, accumulate, analyze and send data to doctors
2011-05-19 NXP debuts 'Internet of things' campaign with lighting tech
NXP's GreenChip smart lighting solution opens a fully new dimension in energy efficient lighting by choosing lighting controls as the first apps for its wireless communication technology
2007-06-14 Nokia's Wibree is now ultralow-power Bluetooth
The Bluetooth SIG and Nokia Corp. announced that the Wibree forum, the group specifying the Nokia-developed ultra low power wireless technology, will be merged with the Bluetooth SIG
2007-09-25 TI's million-dollar Rx for medical tech research
Universities worldwide stand to gain from $15 million worth of medical technology research funds to be granted by Texas Instruments Inc.
2008-09-16 Bluetooth: Embracing the medical challenge
Technologies such as sensors, MEMS, ADCs, MCUs and short-range wireless communication transceivers combine to create the medical device node. The medical device node can easily transfer various physiological parameters from a remote medical device to a mobile phone, a PC, or any Bluetooth-enabled host
2013-03-07 Toshiba outs intelligent vital signs sensor module
Silmee can simultaneously sense information on key vital signs: ECG, pulse, body temperature and movements, and can deliver the data to smartphones and tablets with wireless technology
2008-07-18 FDA okays Intel's home-based health care device
Intel Corp. announced the receipt of 510(k) market clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on the Intel Health Guide, a care management tool for healthcare professionals who manage patients with chronic conditions
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
2004-12-13 ZigBee platform supports multiple RF transceivers
Microchip's new PICDEM Z 2.4GHz demonstration kit provides an easy-to-use evaluation and development platform for ZigBee application designers.
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.
2012-01-03 Top smartphone trends of 2011
As we begin the new year, it is worth recording some of the more significant episodes that left their mark on the mobile market in 2011.
2008-04-07 TI, India medical school team on health care monitoring
Texas Instruments Inc. has entered a collaborative agreement with Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, to develop semiconductor technologies that will help improve the quality, comfort and accessibility of health care.
2013-01-16 ST sees power, sensors as technology drivers of 2013
STMicroelectronics EVP Francois Guibert forecasts that silicon advancements in 2013 and succeeding years will be focused on power and sensor technologies.
2015-01-06 Smart gadgets rule CES Unveiled
If some of the products demonstrated at the pandemonium of CES Unveiled are any indication, this is a generation of gadgets designed to compete on simplicity, ease of use, accuracy and security.
2014-06-10 Samsung joins medical, fitness wearables race
Samsung gave a preview of a multi-function bracelet that is meant to accommodate a wide array of fitness and medical sensors. The Simband platform integrates Imec's sensing technologies to measure ECGs, bio-impedance, skin temperature, acceleration, and more.
2011-08-04 Orca launches smallest dual-mode Bluetooth RF, modem IP core
Orca's DRBT is a dual-mode Bluetooth RF and modem IP core that provides customers with reductions in silicon area, low power and good radio performance.
2008-09-12 National Semi CEO joins 'green revolution'
In late 1990s, when General Motors launched its oversized off-road vehicle Hummer, Brian Halla, chairman and CEO of National Semiconductor, has snapped up one of the $50,000-plus gas-guzzlers.
2009-06-25 IBM injects $100M on mobile comms research
IBM Corp. is investing $100 million in mobile research over the next five years in an effort to recreate mobile services for businesses and consumers.
2010-01-28 Financial crisis drives innovation in chip market
Solomon Ng of STMicroelectronics takes stock of new applications enabled by semiconductor innovation. He says companies that drove innovation during the financial crisis will emerge winners.
2010-05-06 ESC: Medical electronics designers need to push the envelop
The widespread adoption of portable medical devices is forcing medical electronics designers to devise new ways of integrating diverse biotechnologies with electronics while cutting power consumption.
2013-12-10 Bluetooth Smart radio flaunts exceptional battery lifespan
Imec, Holst Centre and Wicentric introduce their integrated ultra-low power Bluetooth Smart radio solution boasting power consumption up to five times lower than modern radios.
2012-06-27 Bluetooth bats for second wave
IC Insights reports that Bluetooth technology is set for a second wave as applications that were not possible in the past are becoming doable due to the Bluetooth low-energy standard.
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