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JFET-input audio op amps feature low noise, distortion
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Extending its Burr-Brown Audio line, TI launched a family of JFET-input op amps featuring ultra-low noise and distortion to maximize audio system quality and performance.
Programmable ASK/FSK transmitter provides frequency, output-power flexibility
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Maxim's new ASK/FSK transmitter offers wide-ranging frequency and output-power programmability to allow system designers to use a single design for multiple applications.
WIRELESS/RF - Synopsys launches industry's first MIPI DigRF v4 IP
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Synopsys has launched DesignWare MIPI 4G DigRF Master Controller IP - the industry's first MIPI DigRF v4 IP - and is developing the DesignWare M-PHY, the physical layer for MIPI DigRF v4 interface.
Sony and IPWireless launch joint 4G and beyond wireless initiative
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Sony Corporation of America and IPWireless have agreed to jointly research and develop wireless technologies for 4G and beyond, with work beginning immediately on enhancing LTE technology for new applications and services.
ESC video roundup: Catch up on what you missed at ESC
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If you missed a panel or keynote at the Embedded Systems Conference this year, you can watch some of them on Embedded.com. Here's a list of what is available right now.
Tanner EDA enhances HiPer Silicon design suite
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Tanner EDA has introduced version 15 of its HiPer Silicon full-flow design suite that is claimed to include a new database for simulation data, a waveform viewer, an enhanced signal analysis platform and a tool for device and structure generation.
SoC enables entry-level NAS systems to deliver 16 simultaneous HD video streams
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AppliedMicro has developed a single-core system-on-a-chip (SoC) offering high performance, high integration and energy efficiency for multi-function storage applications and media servers for the connected digital home.
Mobileye licenses MIPS core for auto vision system
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Collision-avoidance system developer Mobileye has licensed MIPS Technologies' MIPS32 1004K Coherent Processing System for incorporation into Mobileye's next EyeQ vision-based SoC for use in collision-avoidance systems.
Volkswagen boosts e-car commitment in China
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During the Auto China trade fair in Shanghai, Volkswagen made clear it regards China as one of the most important centers of gravity for e-car development.
Audi brings predictive emergency brake to the road
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Audi's intelligent brake recognizes critical situations, in particular if a rear-end collision is likely, and automatically applies the brakes.
ARM adds to Coresight debug capability
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Processor intellectual property licensor ARM Holdings plc (Cambridge, England) has announced the addition of a two features to its Coresight on-chip debug system. These are system trace macrocell and trace memory controller.
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