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Low noise amplifier module targets cellular and next generation LTE applications
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4/1/2009   Post a comment
Avago Technologies has launched a low-noise, high gain and high linearity balanced amplifier module for use in tower mounted amplifiers, low-noise amplifier (LNA) modules and cellular base station applications, designated ALM-1522.
Cost-effective 5- and 6-bit UltraCMOS digital step attenuators offer high linearity and flexibility
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Peregrine Semiconductor Corporation has released three new UltraCMOS™ Digital Step Attenuators (DSAs) in the expansion of its popular 50-Ohm DSA line, designated PE43502, PE43503 and PE43602.
Multi-Room DVR a Reality?
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4/1/2009   6 comments
For those of you that are unfamiliar with multi-room DVRs, this is a set top box that lets you watch stored content on another cable box in the home. So, for example, you can have the DVR in your living room recording your shows, but can watch them in your bedroom before you go to sleep. This is a great concept, and one that is starting to enter the industry.
Macrovision Connected Platform Enable Multi-Room Digital Video Recorder Applications with Tru2Way
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4/1/2009   Post a comment
A multi-room digital video recorded (DVR) is something that I am quite interested in, and anxious to really penetrate the industry. With a multi-room DVR, content can be stored in one location and viewed in another room in the home, freeing up users from being tied to one location, or having to purchase and recording content in multiple rooms. While it is possible to have this type of functionality from media center PCs, it is not a quick and easy thing to set up, while multi-room DVRs promise
Latest news from ESC Silicon Valley
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The tone for this year's Embedded Systems Conference Silicon Valley was set by former Apollo astronaut Ken Mattingly, who reminded a spellbound audience of the power of teamwork and selflessness.
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