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Wireless home multimedia networks require multiple design strategies
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Implementing bandwidth-hungry and processing-intensive applications in a wireless network presents numerous challenges to design engineers.
Transport-Layer QoS standards improve wireless messaging services
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Future wireless all-IP networks, while offering the promise of exciting broadband applications, are expected to consist of several, potentially incompatible, wireless access technologies that would be offered by a number of competing service providers.
Standards-based VoiceXML speech development will drive next gen wireless devices
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Speech technologies, which include automatic speech recognition (ASR) and text-to-speech (TTS) have experienced profound growth over the past several years.
Reconfigurable arrays of processors needed for wireless multimedia
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Like a lifeline, networked multimedia is being pitched as the saviour of the electronics business. Just as the downturn is at its worst, demand for new, powerful mobile devices, equipped with video, audio, telephony, PDA facilities and networking, will pull us into a new "golden age".
Programming guide manages neworked digital TV
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As digital television moves into the mainstream, the design issues that have been tackled during its evolution could well provide a road map for developers of many networked multimedia applications.
Design hits media standards wall
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With a proliferation of terminals now on the market-mobile phones, PDAs, desktops, wireless and wired videophones, and Internet Protocol phones-designers have a choice of different voice, video and image compression technologies, depending on the application targeted and the processing capabilities and requirements.
Fitting DSP to app no easy task
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Selecting a digital signal processor for wired and wireless networked multimedia applications is a complex endeavor.
Memory cards support portable video
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Wireless multimedia relies on complex video software/server technology, which in turn relies on complex processing to generate streaming video and audio.
Advanced Test Part 1: Tame Wideband-CDMA Manufacturing Test
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The efficient, accurate and repetitive test of wideband-CDMA equipment in the manufacturing environment is an incredibly complex task. Thankfully, certain features, or hooks, have been built into the W-CDMA specification that can help the designer achieve an optimum test environment.
Advanced Test Part 2: New Design-For-Test Strategies Tackle Comms IC Changes
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For communications-IC designers, the combined challenges of multiple clock domains, high pin counts and increasing memory can be offset by the deft application of the latest DFT techniques, including advanced clock-compression, interaction analysis and Embedded Deterministic Test.
Optimize Linux To Meet Carrier-Grade Requirements
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To help meet the requirements of carriers' networks, Linux has unique functions that can easily be leveraged by savvy programmers.
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