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posted in November 2010
Big score for TriQuint GaN program
RF & Microwave Designline Blog  
11/30/2010   4 comments
I just heard from TriQuint that they scored a $17.5M GaN manufacturing development contract form the US Air Force Research Laboratory.
Inside Xbox 360’s Kinect controller
Teardown  
11/29/2010   7 comments
The Kinect sensor peripheral for Microsoft’s Xbox 360 puts players in the game by eliminating the game controller, thanks to PrimeSense’s reference design.
Wireless for medical applications
Design How-To  
11/29/2010   3 comments
Providing better healthcare, for more patients, at lower cost is an ongoing mission. It sounds simple, but as we’re all well aware, it’s a daunting task.
Diagnostic, patient monitoring, and therapy applications guide
Design How-To  
11/29/2010   Post a comment
This whitepaper features technical information for various patient monitoring, diagnostic and therapeutic applications including digital stethoscopes, patient monitors, ECG, EEG, pulse oximetry, ventilation, CPAP, dialysis machines, infusion pumps, and AED.
Social media for engineers: good or garbage?
RF & Microwave Designline Blog  
11/28/2010   31 comments
Two weeks ago, I attended an EDAC panel session on Social Media for emerging companies to learn from the big guys.The insightful take-away… Engineers hate Twitter!
Narda: 3dB attenuator handles 6GHz
Product News  
11/22/2010   Post a comment
Narda miniature fixed 3-dB attenuator covers up to 6 GHz and handles 200W peak power.
Wherefore art thou oh 60GHz?
RF & Microwave Designline Blog  
11/22/2010   14 comments
After three years, WirelessHD and the vaunted 60GHz bandwagon hasn’t gone anywhere. Moreover, it hasn’t showed up in any other interesting applications either. Why? It isn’t because it can’t be made to work.
Nordic Semiconductor: Inside Bluetooth low-energy technology
Design How-To  
11/22/2010   12 comments
Bluetooth low energy wireless technology employs some clever technology to minimize its power consumption.
Telegent TLG1180 single-chip mobile TV receiver
Product News  
11/16/2010   Post a comment
Telegent Systems will begin sampling its TLG1180, a single-chip mobile TV receiver supporting ISDB-Tb.
MIPI M-PHY takes center stage
Design How-To  
11/14/2010   Post a comment
The curtain is up and the M-PHY specification is taking center stage, positioned to handle the many different roles required for a faster, more reliable, physical interface layer (PHY Layer) on mobile devices.
Mobile device connectivity keeps the car relevant
Design How-To  
11/12/2010   6 comments
Automotive OEMs are looking for new ways to leverage the consumer mobile service infrastructure and to bring Internet-based services into the vehicle.
ARM TechCon Teardown Smackdown
Blog  
11/9/2010   Post a comment
EE Times presents the Teardown Smackdown at ARM TechCon 2010, Nov. 10 at noon.
Microlab: Injector diplexer works with LTE and GSM
Product News  
11/1/2010   Post a comment
Microlab has announced the BK-51 series of injector-diplexer products for separating or combining the new LTE-2600 band (2400 – 2690 MHz) and GSM-850/ 900 bands (698 – 960 MHz).
Triquint: Defense apps get boost from 20W GaN power amp
Product News  
11/1/2010   Post a comment
TriQuint pre-releases its TGA2572 20W PA for defense communications systems.


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