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Gain blocks feature 'industry-leading' linearity

Guerrilla introduces a line of gain blocks, GRF2013 and GRF3013, that feature industry-leading linearity and outstanding saturated output power along with low noise. These cost-effective and internally matched devices enable a number of designs including small cells, cellular repeaters, LTE/WCDMA linear driver amplifiers, high power saturated PA drivers and other wireless infrastructure applications over a wide range of frequencies.
21st May 2015

WiFi chips target the IoE

Qualcomm has announced that its subsidiary, Qualcomm Atheros, has introduced two new intelligent connectivity solutions for the IoE. The QCA401x and the QCA4531 bring feature-rich WiFi and broad ranging capabilities to connect products and are each accompanied by development platforms to give customers an expedited and cost-effective path to deployment.
20th May 2015

IoE solutions are being significantly adopted

Qualcomm has announced that its subsidiaries, Qualcomm Technologies (QTI), Qualcomm Atheros, Qualcomm Life and Qualcomm Connected Experiences (QCE), are achieving significant adoption of their broad connectivity, computing and solutions for the IoE. Driven by the significant growth and diversity of interconnected devices, Qualcomm companies are delivering the solutions and collaborating with technology leaders to empower manufacturers to create the best connected experiences in homes, businesses, cars and cities.
18th May 2015

Smart media platform features Bluetooth to WiFi re-streaming

Qualcomm Connected Experiences, a subsidiary of Qualcomm, has announced major feature additions to the Qualcomm AllPlay smart media platform including Bluetooth to WiFi re-streaming, custom audio settings and optimised synchronisation. Additionally, Hitachi America today announced the launch of three WiFi speakers powered by AllPlay.
15th May 2015

RF, mm-wave & MMIC products showcased at IMS2015

Microsemi will showcase 13 products from its RF, microwave and mm-wave ICs, modules, MMICs and subsystem portfolio at the 2015 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium (IMS2015) and Exhibition, to be held at the Phoenix Convention Centre, Arizona, 17th to 22nd May 2015. Spanning DC to 140GHz, the devices suit defence, communications, instrumentation, industrial and aerospace applications.
15th May 2015

Apple's entry into smartwatch market to drive consumer interest

The smartwatch market will grow from 3.6m unit shipments in 2014, to 101m shipments in 2020, according to a report released by IHS. Apple’s entry into the smartwatch market will benefit all suppliers as marketing raises consumer awareness and explains the benefits clearly. The Apple Watch will leave an enormous addressable market untapped, because it requires a modern iPhone and has a starting price of $349. 
8th May 2015

NXP & Qualcomm accelerate the adoption of NFC in wearables

NXP Semiconductors has announced that Qualcomm Technologies, a subsidiary of Qualcomm, will integrate its NFC and embedded Secure Element (eSE) solutions across its Snapdragon 800, 600, 400 and 200 processor based platforms. 
6th May 2015

Partnership targets growing Chinese smart home market

NXP has announced a partnership with Xiaomi, which will see NXP provide its JN516x ZigBee low-power wireless solution to power the connectivity of the Xiaomi Smart Home Suite. The suite consists of a motion sensor, door and window sensors, a wireless switching device for controlling appliances and a multifunctional gateway that wirelessly links all the components together using ZigBee WiFi interconnectivity.
5th May 2015

5G WiFi Wave 2 solutions target cloud WLAN markets

A family of 5G WiFi Wave 2 solutions, designed to deliver the quality, reliability and capacity required for all segments of the enterprise and cloud WLAN markets, has been released by Broadcom. The solutions include the BCM43465, a 4x4 11ac MU-MIMO, and the BCM43525, a 3x3 11ac MU-MIMO. 
30th April 2015

AI multimedia console responds to user emotions

AI multimedia console responds to user emotions
The industry’s first AI multimedia console designed to respond to the emotions of its user has been developed by EmoSHAPE. Powered by Android, the EmoSPARK Cube is based on eight primary human emotions: joy, sadness, trust, disgust, fear, anger, surprise and anticipation. The device features what the company describes as the ‘Emotion Processing Unit’ (EPU), an MCU that manages and processes all of the emotions of the AI.
29th April 2015

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