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2013-06-11 Silicon Labs pursues IoT with Energy Micro
Silicon Laboratories convinced serial entrepreneur Geir Forre to turn over his microcontroller start-up for up to $170 million as both companies make a play for the Internet of Things market.
2004-12-14 Siemens acquires WLAN switch vendor Chantry Networks
Wireless LAN switch vendor Chantry Networks has agreed to be acquired by Siemens Communications in a deal that complements Siemens' HiPath portfolio while adding to a shakeout in the burgeoning WLAN switch market
2006-12-18 Selecting the right MAC for Zigbee
Choosing the right 802.15.4 media access controller (MAC) can be extremely important for system performance, cost and reliability.
2013-09-20 Select the appropriate Zigbee system partitioning
The choice of system partitioning has a considerable impact on the network performance, power consumption and cost of a ZigBee solution.
2005-08-29 Securing pervasively connected embedded MCUs
How great is the need for security at the MCU level
2007-03-16 Secure portable CEs with OTP memory
Content protection and post-process analog cost cutting are increasingly important in CE devices. Chip developers who want to handle these requirements cost-effectively must rethink the types of memory IP they use and consider using OTP memory.
2005-02-01 SDR is not yet on call
The technology for SDRs has been around for years but it hasn't found yet its place in the wireless realm
2003-01-13 SC ComTex markets ReefEdge WLAN products in Japan
SC ComTex Inc. has signed an exclusive sales and distribution agreement with ReefEdge Inc.
2008-12-01 Save power with on-off keying
Amplitude shift-keying is a popular modulation technique in digital data comms. A further simplification of this method is on-off keying, as this article explains.
2003-05-06 Samsung selects Agere's networking chips
Samsung Corp. has chosen Agere Systems' WaveLAN wireless networking chips for use in selected current and next-generation laptop computers
2004-09-02 Samsung readies Philips' near-field comms for cellphones
Philips Electronics and Samsung Electronics have entered into a deal that will enable Samsung to deploy cellular devices using Philips' near-field communications chip and technology.
2011-05-03 Rutgers researchers push safer Net alternative
MondoNet developers hope to create a fast and feature-rich system that provides greater freedom and privacy for individual users than today's Web, and is more immune to censorship and spying.
2002-10-29 Richardson opens office in Beijing
Richardson Electronics Ltd has opened a new branch office in Beijing, China. This new office represents the company's third sales office in China.
2007-05-29 RF switch boasts 802.11n compliance
Motorola has fleshed out its flagship, enterprise-class RFS7000 RF switch to support location, management and security services
2011-09-12 RF solution boasts 65dB adjacent channel rejection
TI's sub-1GHz RF performance line family touts a range of more than 10km targeting medical, industrial and smart metering applications.
2006-09-05 Researchers work on making Wi-Fi more secure
Researchers at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, announced that they received positive results on a novel means of securing Wi-Fi and other wireless networks from hackers and other unauthorized intrusion
2011-04-28 Researchers push selective encryption to cut battery usage
Dissecting streaming video files to discern those areas that need detailed rendering and those that don't require strong encryption can reduce power consumption in mobile devices.
2009-02-06 Report: TI France workers lament job cuts
According to reports and sources at the company, angry employees at Texas Instrument Inc.'s French subsidiary have held protest in recent days on the job cuts and lackluster severance packages offered by the chipmaker.
2008-08-04 Report: Local designers fuel China IC market growth
Sales of semiconductor chips designed in China are hitting double-digit clip helping to offset slower growth in the country's IC market as OEMs focus on customizing products for the local market.
2004-12-17 Renesas SH-Mobile to incorporate Discretix CryptoCell
Renesas Technology Corp., is a provider of embedded security solutions for mobile devices and flash based storage, has included Discretix Inc.'s CryptoCell security platform in its entire range of SH-Mobile processors
2009-10-08 Renesas aids intelligent transport test in China
Renesas and the city of Changchun, China have carried out a verification test of the commercial Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) using public buses.
2009-10-07 Remote motion control gets Zigbee-enabled
The MotionBee platform combines state-of-the-art motion sensing with Zigbee wireless technology
2011-10-06 Reference design geared for home automation
SmartPulse IP gateway reference design enables home automation wireless sensor for remote management
2008-04-28 Reduce power consumption in UWB chips
One especially sweet spot for UWB and Wireless USB is in mobile, battery-operated devices requiring high bandwidth and low power consumption
2010-04-27 Ready for Bluetooth low energy?
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has disclosed more information about its forthcoming Bluetooth Core Specification Version 4.0, with the hallmark feature of low energy technology.
2005-01-28 Radvision rolls updated SIP kit
Radvision released an updated version of its SIP Developer Toolkit that provides enhanced security and RTOS support while also delivering support for signaling compression
2013-04-19 Pulse Electronics updates latest NFC antenna catalogue
The antennas from Pulse Electronics operate at 13.56MHz and are meant for volumetric field strength efficiency rather than antenna gain like traditional antennas.
2010-03-09 Programmable Zigbee module is foolproof
The programmable XBee-PRO ZB from Digi International is claimed to be the first foolproof programmable module for easy and safe Zigbee application development.
2005-03-17 Philips debuts reference design for converged handsets
Philips took the wraps off a complete UMA reference design for converged mobile handsets at the CTIA Wireless
2004-07-23 Philips automotive chip debuts in mainland China
Netherlands-based Royal Philips Electronics recently developed a series of one-chip wireless devices targeted at mainland China's automotive market
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