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Wireless transceiver technology for medical devices

Wireless transceiver technology for medical devices
Fujitsu Laboratories and imec Holst Centre have developed a wireless transceiver circuit for use in body area networks (BAN) for medical applications that adhere to the 400MHz-band international standard. Based on this joint research, Fujitsu plans to apply it to non-medical uses, such as to the monitoring of societal infrastructure, to further enhance network front-end interface technologies.
13th February 2014

Wireless power receiver control IC is WPC Qi compliant

Wireless power receiver control IC is WPC Qi compliant
Designed to charge smartphones and other portable devices, ROHM Semiconductor has announced the development of a wireless power receiver IC. The BD57011GWL is compliant with the Wireless Power Consortium's (WPC) latest Qi Low Power Version 1.1 standard for wireless power transmission.
12th February 2014

Wireless modules offer alternative to public WiFi networks

Wireless modules offer alternative to public WiFi networks
Designed for 4G LTE networks, two AirPrime embedded wireless modules have been released by Sierra Wireless. Based on intel chipsets, the AirPrime EM7340 and EM7345 have been designed for integration into notebook computers and tablets, with a standardised M.2 form factor ideal for small, thin devices.
4th February 2014


Crystal features fundamental frequency range of 24 - 60MHz

Crystal features fundamental frequency range of 24 - 60MHz
Developed for use in wireless applications, a SMD Crystal from the SMD02016/4 series has been unveiled by PETERMANN-TECHNIK. Coming in a compact, ceramic, 2.0 x 1.6 mm casing, the crystal enables excellent oscillation safety factors due to lower resistances.
4th February 2014

Active mixer covers 450MHz to 3.6GHz cellular bands

Active mixer covers 450MHz to 3.6GHz cellular bands
Covering all 450MHz-3.6GHz cellular bands with a single part, the LTC5577 active downconverting mixer has been introduced by Linear. Offering outstanding +30dBm Input Third Order Intercept and 0dB conversion gain, the mixer's very low LO to RF leakage enable receivers to satisfy spurious emissions requirements with little or no RF input filtering.
31st January 2014

GNSS modules upgraded with 8th-Gen chip technology

The MAX, NEO and LEA GNSS modules from u-blox are now avilable in a multi-constellation positioning platform, designated the u‑blox M8. The module series provides a range of features including antenna management, integrated filters, data logging, crystal or TCXO, and rich set of interfaces.
29th January 2014

LTE LNAs improve smartphone data rates by up to 96%

Designed specifically to enhance the data rate in smartphones, the BGA7x1N6 and BGM7xxxx4L12 series of LTE LNAs and Quad LNA banks have been introduced by Infineon. In order to increase system sensitivity and ensure the best possible user experience, the LNAs and LNA banks are located in both the diversity and main antenna path of the phone.
27th January 2014

Charge smartphones with wireless inductive stand

Charge smartphones with wireless inductive stand
A convenient way to charge mobile phones through inductive charging, the Elite series CE700 wireless charging stand from ADATA eliminates the need for cables and bulky transformers. When a compatible phone is placed on the charging pad (which doubles as an adjustable phone stand), power is automatically and wirelessly transferred to the device.
23rd January 2014

Transmitter enables 5V or 12V Qi wireless charging

Transmitter enables 5V or 12V Qi wireless charging
Claiming to require half the components compared to other solutions, the bq500412 wireless power transfer circuit has been announced by Texas Instruments. The controller will enable designers to bring to market 3-coil, 5V and 12V A6 charging stations compliant with the WPC 1.1. specification.
21st January 2014

5G WiFi Internet-box delivers fast, reliable content delivery

Introduced at the 2014 International Consumer Show, Swisscom's dual-band xDSL/fiber gateway is powered by four Broadcom chips. The BCM4360 5G WiFi 802.11ac transceiver, BCM63168 xDSL/fiber integrated access device, BCM53214 Gigabit switch and BCM54618 Gigabit Ethernet PHY are the devices enabling Swisscom to deliver fast and reliable video services wirelessly throughout the home.
21st January 2014


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