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Achieve over 70% efficiency for wireless charging

Achieve over 70% efficiency for wireless charging
Designed for portable electronics such as tablets, notebook computers and handheld medical equipment, Vishay has announced a wireless charging receiving coil for 10W applications. The WPC-compliant IWAS-4832FE-50 provides rated current of 2A, enabling 10W of charge at 5V and efficiency greater than 70%.
17th September 2014

Chip provides intelligent location technology

Enabling always-on location applications for mobile devices, Broadcom has introduced a GNSS and sensor hub combo chip. By integrating the GNSS chip and sensor hub into a single combo chip, the BCM4773 minimises battery loss and provides mobile devices with intelligent location technology. 
12th September 2014

Enable cellular, WLAN, Bluetooth & sat nav on one antenna

Enable cellular, WLAN, Bluetooth & sat nav on one antenna
Preventing harmonic effects from impairing GPS performance in smartphones, the R159 and D5107 FEMs have been unveiled by TDK. Claimed to be best-in-class extractors, the devices enable the coexistence of cellular, WLAN, Bluetooth and satellite navigation services on one antenna.
12th September 2014


Low power wireless MCU integrates Bluetooth Smart

Low power wireless MCU integrates Bluetooth Smart
A highly-reliable, low power wireless MCU, the SimpleLink Bluetooth low energy CC2540T, has been unveiled by Texas Instruments. Operating over an extended temperature range of -40 to +125°C with USB connectivity for industrial applications, the MCU is a complete solution for easier development with TI’s BLE-Stack software and sample applications.
9th September 2014

GPS/GNSS module powers next-gen bike computer

GPS/GNSS module powers next-gen bike computer
u-blox has announced that the MAX-7 GPS/GNSS module has been integrated into the SporTrek 1305, a next-gen bike computer from Holux. Supporting GPS, GLONASS, QZSS and all SBAS, the compact module targets applications requiring small size, low power, fast acquisition and reliable operation in GPS hostile environments.
9th September 2014

Platform of DSPs focuses on wearable computing

To address the growing intelligent processing markets, Microsemi has introduced Timberwolf, a platform of DSPs. The platform, which is available in either a 64-pin QFN package or a 56 pin 3x3 CSP, features a 4 MAC core, hardware accelerators, and two 16-bit DACs. 
8th September 2014

WiFi plugs help homes evolve into smart environments

Enabling users to turn electrical appliances on and off from wherever they are in the world using a smart phone or tablet, UCam247 have released WiFi Smart Point Plugs (WiSPP). By plugging appliances into WiSPP sockets, users can save energy, cost and time, as well as eliminate the risk of dangers such as fire hazards.
8th September 2014

WLAN-Bluetooth filters are suitable for smartphones

WLAN-Bluetooth filters are suitable for smartphones
Enabling the coexistence of cellular, WLAN, Bluetooth and satellite navigation services on the same antenna, TDK has claimed that the B8831 WLAN-Bluetooth filter offers best-in-class performance and size. The device achieves a much better Q factor than existing components and features a significantly lower insertion loss of only 1.1dB and high out-of-band selectivity.
5th September 2014

WiFi 2x2 MIMO combo chip targets high-end smartphones

A 5G WiFi 2x2 MIMO combo chip for mobile devices, claimed to be the industry's most powerful, has been released by Broadcom. According to the company, the BCM4358 enables OEMs to design high-end smartphones and tablets with twice the WiFi performance.
4th September 2014

Rugged multiradio module supports WiFi & Bluetooth

Rugged multiradio module supports WiFi & Bluetooth
Suitable for demanding IoT, industrial, vehicle, medical and security applications, u-blox has introduced the ODIN-W160 rugged multiradio module. Supporting dual-band WiFi 2.4 and 5GHz (U-NII bands 1, 2, 2e, 3) and dual-mode Bluetooth v4.0, the device extends battery life operation due to its ultra-low power consumption of 140 and 350mA in receive and transmit modes, respectively.
3rd September 2014


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