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Why Such Uproar Over Ultrawideband?
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Low power, low cost, high data rates, precise positioning capability and no interference--UWB seems to have it all. But how does it do that?
DSPs Tackle Speech Recognition for 3G Handsets
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The emergence of high-performance, low-cost, low-power DSPs will all but eliminate bulky keypads in next-generation handheld devices.
DSP/Coprocessor Combos Streamline 3G Basestations
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Viterbi and turbo-decoding coprocessors on programmable DSPs can increase channel density while reducing latency, power and space.
Conexant chooses four-way split with SiGe foundry deal
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Conexant Systems has unveiled the final stages in a restructuring that will split its business into four ultimately public companies and make its core businesses fabless.
Efficient Near-Field to Far-Field Transformation Techniques for Antenna Measurements
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Fernando Las-Heras of the Universidad Politcnica de Madrid, Ciudad Universitaria, and T.K. Sarkar of Syracuse University propose a new technique for Near-Field to Far-Field transformation for antenna measurements, using an equivalent current representation with a matrix-method solution. With this technique, the authors have obtained accuracy comparable to standard wave transformation methods.
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