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posted in February 2005
Sasken develops GSM/GPRS chip with Rohm
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2/22/2005   Post a comment
Sasken Communication Technologies Ltd. said it has developed a complete GSM/GPRS chipset solution, including the baseband and protocol software, with Japan-based semiconductor supplier Rohm Co. Ltd.
Dual channel programmable GPIO protects against power fault conditions
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2/21/2005   Post a comment
Dallas Semiconductor, a Maxim entity, introduces the DS2413the company's first dual-channel, programmable GPIO that protects against possible power fault conditions in end applications.
Broadcom launches chip for Bluetooth mice and keyboard
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2/15/2005   Post a comment
Broadcom Corp. announced Tuesday (Feb. 15) a new Bluetooth chip the company said increases battery life and cost savings for Bluetooth wireless keyboards and mice.
Texas Instruments bringt OMAP-Vox-Chipsätze für 2G und 3G
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2/15/2005   Post a comment
Mit 'OMAP-Vox' bringt Texas Instruments eine 3G-Handy-Plattform auf den Markt, die GSM-, GPRS-, EDGE- und UMTS-Standards erfüllen soll. Außerdem ergänzt TI damit die OMAP-Architektur um ein Modem.
TriQuint meets guidance but posts loss
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2/7/2005   Post a comment
TriQuint Semiconductor posted a net loss of $25.3 million on sales of $74.7 million in the fourth quarter of 2004, compared to net earnings of $8.9 million on sales of $89 million a year ago.
Adapting Ethernet Controllers to Meet Embedded Networking Needs
Design How-To  
2/3/2005   Post a comment
By improving the architecture of a non-PCI Ethernet controller, designers can improve overall system performance in consumer electronics, entertainment A/V, and home network designs.
Modular Programmable Clock Solution Simplifies Embedded Designs and Reduces EMI
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2/1/2005   Post a comment
Designers are paying a lot more attention to the quality and stability of clock signals. More demands on performance and lower emissions are driving new technological developments.


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