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RF CMOS antenna switch has highest throw-count says Peregrine

RF CMOS antenna switch has highest throw-count says Peregrine
Peregrine Semiconductor has announced the next generation of its UltraCMOS products at the MTT-S International Microwave Symposium in Honolulu, Hawaii. The new 0.5µm PE42693 SP9T RF antenna switch is the highest throw-count RF CMOS antenna switch available on the market today. To support more highly integrated and even smaller WCDMA solutions, Peregrine also announced that it has qualified its 0.25 µm UltraCMOS technology for three new SP9T switches: the wirebond PE42691 and the flip-chip PE42692 and PE42694 devices.
10th June 2007

4.3-inch WVGA and WQVGA displays save power

4.3-inch WVGA and WQVGA displays save power
Anders Electronics has introduced a new 4.3-inch TFT LCD with WVGA resolution and two 4.3-inch displays with WQVGA resolution. All modules have a wide operating temperature range, delivering enhanced multimedia performance for mobile professional convergence devices. Applications include GPS receivers, security equipment, ultra-portable PCs and data acquisition systems.
6th June 2007

FBAR-based Quintplexer Brings Single Antenna, Simultaneous GPS and Voice to Mobile Handsets

FBAR-based Quintplexer Brings Single Antenna, Simultaneous GPS and Voice to Mobile Handsets
Avago Technologies has announced a quintplexer module delivering what it says is superior global positioning system performance levels. The company is a leading supplier of analog interface components for communications, industrial and consumer applications. Avago's highly integrated and compact ACFM-7102 quintplexer delivers a significant improvement in insertion loss while delivering high GPS to cell band, and GPS to PCS band isolation.With a unique, switchless design to optimize performance, the FBAR-based ACFM-7102 provides designers with flexibility and simplicity when creating ultra-small, high-performance mobile phones that deliver simultaneous GPS functionality.
5th June 2007


Stereo Power Amp Chip Creates 3D Audio Effects for Mobile Phone Platforms

STMicroelectronics has announced a compact audio power amplifier chip – intended for mobile phones and for other portable audio products – which creates 3D audio effects in the stereo speaker outputs to add impact and a surround-sound feel to MP3 and video files. The TS4997 can deliver 1.2W per channel of continuous average output power into 8-ohm loads, from a 5V supply — although it operates from supplies of as little as 2.7V — while its high-efficiency design and ultra-low standby power will help extend battery life.
4th June 2007

SoC solution for car navigation systems

SoC solution for car navigation systems
Renesas Technology Europe today announced the SuperH family SH7775, an SoC solution designed for high-performance car information systems such as next-generation car navigation systems. Sample shipments will begin in July 2007. The SH7775 incorporates the SuperH family’s top-end SH -4A CPU core and is capable of high processing performance of 1GIPS (giga floating-point operations per second) or more. It is a high-performance SoC product that integrates many comprehensive peripheral functions required by car navigation systems.
3rd June 2007

New Multiband antenna has GSM and 3G covered

New Multiband antenna has GSM and 3G covered
EAD is pleased to introduce the TBR2100, a GSM/3G 1/2 wave dipole with knuckle SMA-Male connector supporting 870-960/1710-2170 MHz.
1st June 2007

picoChip claims first with WiMAX Wave 2 and MIMO basestation reference design

picoChip has announced the next version of its industry-standard WiMAX basestation reference design, with a software upgrade to support Mobile WiMAX Wave 2 and MIMO. The new PC8532 WiMAX platform has its first public display at WiMAX World Europe this week (Booth Number 204). It is the only basestation reference design to support WiMAX Wave 2 and IO-MIMO, and scales from access point (femtocell) to sophisticated multi-sector carrier macrocells. The PC8532 is used for WiMAX certification and has already demonstrated the widest range of interoperability with third-party terminals.
29th May 2007

New generation handset from Quadrant ideal for all mobile radio applications

New generation handset from Quadrant ideal for all mobile radio applications
Quadrant has introduced to the UK a new generation control handset from Peiker acustic GmbH that is designed for all analogue or digital mobile communication systems and can be customised to meet specific user requirements. Ideal for use in cars, trucks, buses and trains fitted with private mobile radio applications using GSM, GSM-R, Tetra, Tetrapol and Satphone radio standards, the new Peiker HA87 handset is also designed for use by the emergency services.
16th May 2007

MP3 Decoder Under 6 MHz is a first says Tensilica

Tensilica has announced that it has optimized the MP3 decoder for its Xtensa HiFi 2 Audio Engine and Diamond Standard 330HiFi processor core. This MP3 decoder now runs at the lowest power and is the most efficient in the industry says Tensilica, requiring just 5.7 MHz when running at 128Kbps, 44.1 KHz and dissipating 0.45 mW in TSMC’s 65nm LP process (including memories). This makes Tensilica’s Xtensa HiFi 2 Audio Engine ideal for adding MP3 playback to cellular phones, where current carrier requirements are for 100 hours of playback time on a battery charge, and increasing to 200 hours in the near future.
16th May 2007

USB 2.0 multiplexer reduces connectors and improves cradle functionality in portable devices

USB 2.0 multiplexer reduces connectors and improves cradle functionality in portable devices
Intersil has introduced the ISL54200 USB 2.0 high/full speed multiplexer. With a wider supply voltage range, higher bandwidth and better insertion loss characteristics than the competition, the device provides the most flexible high performance solution for interfacing USB and non-USB portable devices. The flexibility of the ISL54200 comes from its ability to switch between data sources having different data speeds and signal levels, and to output them through a common connector.
15th May 2007


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