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2006-05-17 Kit provides prototyping tool for WirelessUSB SoC
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. announced the availability of an evaluation kit for its WirelessUSB LP 2.4GHz radio SoC
2009-11-06 Interfacing West Bridge Astoria to WirelessUSB LP
This application note describes how to interface West Bridge Astoria with WirelessUSB LP. Wireless presentation tool with storage is developed based on this interface and the details of this application are also described.
2006-11-02 Cypress, Unigen unroll WirelessUSB modules
Cypress Semiconductor and Unigen recently announced a family of wireless modules based on Cypress's 2.4GHz WirelessUSB LP radio SoC.
2005-03-18 Cypress WirelessUSB used in Logitech cordless presentation controller
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. disclosed that Logitech is using the Cypress WirelessUSB radio system-on-a-chip for the Logitech cordless 2.4GHz presenter.
2004-07-30 Cypress WirelessUSB used in Belkin theatre systems
Cypress Semiconductor Corp.'s WirelessUSB radio-system-on-a-chip technology has been selected for use in designing Belkin Corp.'s new family of products, such as PC-based media center/home theatre applications, including WirelessUSB-based keyboards, mice and remote controls.
2004-06-24 Cypress WirelessUSB supports Unigen Juno modules
Unigen Corp. has announced that its Juno module solutions, a family of 2.4GHz wireless modules, are developed based on Cypress Semiconductor Corp.'s WirelessUSB technology.
2005-07-01 Cypress WirelessUSB allows mouse-like cursor in MG1101
Cypress Semiconductor Corp.'s WirelessUSB radio-system-on-a-chip is being utilized by Gyration, a Thomson company, in its latest wireless mouse and keyboard.
2004-07-01 Atmel joins WirelessUSB standard push
Atmel Corp. will serve as an alternate source for Cypress Semiconductor Corp.'s proprietary WirelessUSB interface chips, supporting Cypress' goal of making the technology an open, de facto wireless standard for consumer and computer products.
2006-09-13 Artaflex, Cypress unveil pre-certified WirelessUSB LP modules
Cypress and Artaflex have announced new WirelessUSB LP modules that promise easy wireless connectivity to a wide range of applications while eliminating the need for time-consuming RF design and costly agency certification.
2012-12-18 2.4GHz WirelessUSB-NL sol'n targets wireless mice
Cypress' WirelessUSB-NL radio-on-a-chip boasting optimized hardware and protocol powers Iton Technology's turnkey module for wireless mice.
2004-05-03 Wireless USB: An efficient 2.4GHz net for less
This article will examine the key requirements of point-to-multipoint systems, and then provide a design example.
2004-09-10 UWB ecosystem grows with wireless FireWire, foundry deals
The multiband-OFDM version of ultrawideband communications continues to gather momentum with Alereon partnering with Jazz Semiconductor for a WirelessUSB transceiver.
2004-07-28 Unigen selects RF front-end solution from SiGe
Unigen Corp. has selected SiGe Semiconductor Inc.'s RangeCharger SE2526A RF front-end device for its new Nexus family of Juno WirelessUSB modules.
2005-11-14 Transceiver reduces power for wireless connectivity
Cypress Semiconductor designed its second-generation WirelessUSB product, the WirelessUSB LP or part number CYRF6936.
2014-05-16 Transceiver enables 3-year battery life for wireless HIDs
The WirelessUSB NX transceiver from Cypress claims to offer robust performance along with ultra-low power consumption for devices such as wireless mice, keyboards, trackpads and remote controls.
2005-05-26 The 'first 2.4GHz RoC with a programmable mixed signal array
Cypress launched what it touts as the world's first 2.4GHz Radio-on-a-Chip with a programmable mixed signal array
2006-06-19 RDK targets low-power wireless mice, keyboards
Cypress has introduced a reference design kit (RDK) that promises to simplify development of wireless mice and keyboards.
2006-12-20 PRoC targets small wireless HIDs
Cypress has introduced its next-generation PRoC for innovative, small form-factor wireless human interface devices such as mice, presenter tools and RF remote controls.
2006-11-16 Cypress, Winbond team on VoIP headset demo kit
Cypress has introduced a demonstration kit for a VoIP headset that pairs the interference immunity of the company's low-power WirelessUSB LP 2.4GHz radio SoC with the clean signal delivery of Winbond Electronics' W681360 codec.
2004-06-24 Cypress, Unigen announce 2.4GHz wireless modules
Cypress and Unigen jointly announced a family of 2.4GHz wireless modules based on Cypress's WirelessUSB technology.
2005-12-14 Cypress, Grace ink foundry partnership
Based on a new strategic partnership, Cypress will transfer its PSoC mixed signal array, CMOS image sensor, WirelessUSB and PC clock process technologies to Grace and in turn receive preferential volume access to Grace's foundry capacity.
2003-09-18 Cypress transceivers decrease development time
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has released its WirelessUSB EX, a 2.4GHz wireless radio transceiver (CY6941) and baseband controller (CY6942).
2007-03-02 Cypress tool adds capacitive sensing support
Cypress Semiconductor's PSoC Express version 2.2 development tool has added support for the company's CapSense capacitive sensing solution and WirelessUSB LP 2.4GHz wireless radio-on-a-chip.
2006-01-25 Cypress to use Torex's step-up DC/DC converters
Torex will offer a family of step-up DC/DC converters optimized for operation with Cypress' WirelessUSB 2.4GHz radio SoC and microcontrollers for human interface devices.
2004-07-19 Cypress teams up with Agilent for reference design kit
Cypress' WirelessUSB LS Keyboard/Mouse Reference Design Kit enables manufacturers of PC HIDs to quickly go to market with a 2.4GHz WirelessUSB-based design.
2005-05-27 Cypress supports Lenovo launch of keyboards, mice
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. announced that its WirelessUSB radio system-on-a-chip will now be shipped in keyboards and mice manufactured by Lenovo.
2002-11-05 Cypress RFIC connects 7 HIDs up to 10m
Cypress Semiconductor's CY694X series of Wireless USB devices can connect as many as seven HIDs that are 10m apart.
2007-02-26 Cypress reference kit eases wireless HID designs
Cypress Semiconductor has introduced a reference design kit that promises to simplify the design of wireless mice, keyboards and dongles.
2004-11-04 Cypress receives electronics design award for innovation
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. disclosed that it's WirelessUSB 2.4GHz wireless interconnect solution has received the IML Group's "Electronics Industry Design Award for Innovation" 2004.
2006-06-22 Cypress MCUs drive Darfon's wireless mice
Cypress Semiconductor announced that Darfon Electronics' new-gen of wireless mice will use Cypress's WirelessUSB LP 2.4GHz radio SoC and enCoRe II flash microcontrollers.
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