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Wireless home has many suitors
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11/30/1999   Post a comment
The electronics industry has been hearing a lot lately about the frenetic pace of the home-networking market.
Wireless home yields more apps
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11/30/1999   Post a comment
As wireless LAN speeds approach 11 Mbits/second-faster than the speed of traditional, wired Ethernet LANs-new markets will want to reap the benefits.
Delivering compressed multimedia
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11/24/1999   Post a comment
Given the long history of audio and video data transmission over various networking topologies, it would seem that these two technologies were made to go together.
Image processing enables 'soft' camera
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11/15/1999   Post a comment
Cameras, whether a still camera based on film or an electronic camcorder, are essentially passive in that they only record whatever image is presented to the lens.
MP3 decoding takes on handheld devices
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11/8/1999   Post a comment
All the publicity in the Internet digital audio market thus far has been centered on the single-purpose MP3 player. While this vertical market application is creating a loyal following and a flurry of new consumer products, some of the hardware designs may be too specific to a single function: MP3 playback.
IC guards against short-circuits
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11/3/1999   Post a comment
This circuit presents an easy way to control the current for a 115-Vac input using the floating capabilities of the UCC3917 hot-swap power manager.
Integer math: cuts cost, hardware
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11/3/1999   Post a comment
Spectral subtraction, perceptual linear prediction and parameter filtering are well-known speech-recognition algorithms, and all of them are developed using floating-point and many divides and conditional branches.
DSP forum eyes voice and data communication
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11/3/1999   Post a comment
Digital signal processing is a technology more than a market. But as such, it is the enabler for the most popular application of this decade, and possibly the next: communications.


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