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Silicon Labs Expands Wireless Portfolio with Ember ZigBee solutions

Silicon Laboratories today announced the addition of Ember ZigBee solutions to its portfolio of low-power wireless embedded devices for the Internet of Things. Available now through Silicon Labs’ global distribution channel, the EM35x system-on-chip and network co-processor products and EmberZNet PRO software enable designers to develop high-performance, low-power and reliable 2.4 GHz wireless mesh networking solutions for smart energy, home automation, security, lighting, and other monitoring and control applications for the rapidly growing IoT market.
7th November 2012

u-blox expands positioning portfolio with parallel GPS/GLONASS module

u-blox expands positioning portfolio with parallel GPS/GLONASS module
u-blox announces the IT530M, a surface-mount, parallel GPS/GLONASS receiver. Together with u-blox’ line of recently announced u-blox 7 multi-GNSS modules, the company’s ultra-compact positioning module portfolio now addresses all positioning and navigation requirements.
2nd November 2012

IDT to Develop Integrated Receiver Chip based on Qualcomm’s Wireless Power Technology

Integrated Device Technology and Qualcomm have today announced a collaboration to enable IDT’s development of an integrated circuit for consumer electronics devices based on Qualcomm’s WiPower Technology. This IC will be designed to meet the requirements of Qualcomm’s new near-field magnetic resonance wireless power charging solution that is designed to provide spatial freedom for charging consumer electronics, such as mobile phones and other battery-powered/low-power direct-charge devices.
30th October 2012


NXP Boosts Small Cell Wireless Base Stations With High-Performance RF

NXP Boosts Small Cell Wireless Base Stations With High-Performance RF
NXP Semiconductors today introduced a new portfolio of LDMOS power transistors designed for small cell wireless base stations. With dedicated solutions for both picocell and microcell architectures – which average 1 to 2 W, and 8 to 12 W, respectively – the RF power transistors span frequency ranges from 700 MHz to 2.7 GHz and include the world’s first asymmetric MMICs, as well as low-cost, low-power plastic devices.
30th October 2012

Ericsson launches stadium-optimized Wi-Fi solution

Attending a sports match, concert or other event in a full stadium is a great experience that many people instantly want to share with friends and family, by - for example - uploading videos and photos to social networking sites. But interacting via Facebook, Twitter or SMS during such events can sometimes be tricky - due to the sudden increase in network traffic.
18th October 2012

Linear introduce the SmartMesh LTC5800 SoC and LTP5900 Module families

Linear introduce the SmartMesh LTC5800 SoC and LTP5900 Module families
Linear Technology’s Dust Networks product group introduces the SmartMesh LTC5800 (system-on-chip) and LTP5900 (module) families, the industry’s lowest power IEEE 802.15.4E compliant wireless sensor networking products. SmartMesh ICs and modules enable tiny sensor “motes” to be designed with a battery life of over 10 years, while companion network manager components enable the development of highly robust and secure wireless sensor networks.
17th October 2012

Laird Technologies Releases RM024 RAMP Wireless Module

Laird Technologies today unveiled the release of its RM024 Range-Amplified MultiPoint (RAMP) wireless module. The RM024 RAMP module is backward compatible with the popular LT2510 module and also offers a new RF front end for improved sleep, an improved link budget, and a switchable antenna output.
16th October 2012

Microchip’s New SMSC JukeBlox 3.1 SDK and CX875 Wi-Fi Network

Microchip’s New SMSC JukeBlox 3.1 SDK and CX875 Wi-Fi Network
Microchip Technology today announced its latest-generation SMSC JukeBlox Wi-Fi connectivity platform, featuring the JukeBlox 3.1-AAP (part # JB3.1-AAP) Software Development Kit (SDK) in combination with the new CX875 Wi-Fi Network Media Module.
15th October 2012

Freescale Announces First Sub-Gigahertz Wireless Microcontroller Using World’s Most Energy-Efficient 32-Bit Processor Core

Freescale Semiconductor today announced the Kinetis KW01 wireless microcontroller, expanding its popular Kinetis MCU line with a device ideally suited for wirelessly networked smart energy applications.
10th October 2012

Freescale Unveils Two-Stage LNAs to Support Multiple Air Interfaces for Wireless Base Stations in a Single System

Freescale Semiconductor today announced new two-stage, low-noise amplifiers (LNAs) that address two gain stages in one device and deliver coverage across multiple bands to simplify wireless base station designs.
10th October 2012


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