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Wireless power chipset untethers tablets

Wireless power chipset untethers tablets
Integrated Device Technology introduces a wireless power chipset designed to untether medium-sized electronic devices such as tablets and phablets. Complying with the WPC medium-power specification for magnetic induction charging, the P9240 transmitter and P9022A receiver operate together to deliver 10W of power.
2nd March 2015

Transceiver chip enables millimetre-wave radar systems

Transceiver chip enables millimetre-wave radar systems
At the 2015 International Solid State Circuits Conference, imec and Panasonic presented a transceiver chip for phase-modulated continuous-wave radar at 79GHz. This device demonstrates the potential of downscaled CMOS for low-cost millimetre-wave radar systems that can be used for accurate presence and motion detection.
2nd March 2015

Baseband SoC enables LTE-Advanced macro base stations

ZTE has selected Freescale's QorIQ Qonverge B4860 baseband SoC for its next-gen LTE-Advanced macro base stations. The SoC enables top wireless OEMs and mobile operators to address the demand for increased user bandwidth at lower cost as the industry moves to 4G mobile broadband systems.
2nd March 2015


Active bias, high linearity LNA targets radio, GPS & SDAR

Active bias, high linearity LNA targets radio, GPS & SDAR
Skyworks has announced the introduction of a 0.5-4.0GHz LNA with an active bias, offering excellent return loss, low noise and high linearity performance. Designed for high performance wireless infrastructure, L and S band military radio, SDAR, DBS set-top box and GPS applications, the SKY67103-396LF's internal active bias circuitry provides stable performance over temperature and process variation.
23rd February 2015

LTE-only module cuts the cost of 2G to 4G transition

LTE-only module cuts the cost of 2G to 4G transition
Expanding its popular xE910 series, Telit Wireless Solutions has introduced an LTE-only module which has been designed to optimise bandwidth and performance, while limiting the cost of transitioning from 2G to 4G. The first LE910 V2 variant is a single-mode LTE module. With no fallback in 3G and 2G networks, it is optimised for regions where the 4G technology already has penetration rates above the 90% level.
23rd February 2015

Cell for lamp post deployment simplifies planning consents

With demand for cellular data continuing to rise and outdoor small cells seen as an essential element in the long-term delivery of high-capacity urban networks, TTP has developed a small cell designed specifically for deployment on lamp posts.
20th February 2015

Module combines dual-band WiFi & dual-mode Bluetooth

Module combines dual-band WiFi & dual-mode Bluetooth
A stand-alone multiradio module designed for IoT applications, the ODIN-W262, has been introduced by u-blox. The module makes adding wireless connectivity to any product quick and easy, with the added benefit that it is radio type-approved in countries across the world. The module supports multiple concurrent WiFi (2.4 and 5GHz), Classic Bluetooth and BLE links to provide the greatest flexibility possible.
20th February 2015

Partnership aims for 5G-ready universal wired/wireless device

Freescale and Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent's industrial research arm, have announced the expansion of a long-term partnership in both commercial and research endeavours. As part of the expansion, the companies are collaborating on a range of initiatives intended to drive further innovation for the world’s increasingly virtualised networks.
19th February 2015

Embedded modules support worldwide LTE-A networks

Embedded modules support worldwide LTE-A networks
Sierra Wireless has introduced four AirPrime embedded modules, based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon X7 LTE Modem and the first to support LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) networks worldwide. LTE-A is the latest generation of 4G LTE network standards, aimed at improving network capacity, throughput, data speed and operational cost-efficiency.
19th February 2015

WiFi modules simplify secure IoT development

WiFi modules simplify secure IoT development
Texas Instruments' SimpleLink family was introduced earlier this year as a low-power platform to simplify the ability to connect IoT solutions. Developers can gain additional design flexibility with a certified Internet-on-a-chip module option, as TI has added to the family, announcing the availability of its SimpleLink WiFi CC3100 and CC3200 modules for IoT applications.
18th February 2015


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