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posted in November 2012
Two radio tuners integrated on single chip enable compact car radios
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11/20/2012   Post a comment
The SAF775x is the third generation of NXP’s popular car radio and audio DSP product family and is the industry’s first single-chip multi-tuner RFCMOS IC with embedded AM, FM, and DAB tuners.
Slideshow: Making sense of connected sensors
Design How-To  
11/19/2012   8 comments
A host of sensors demonstrated at Japan's Embedded Technology show are showing up everywhere - from shoes and cars to rice fields.
Enhancing the efficiency of photovoltaic systems
Design How-To  
11/15/2012   3 comments
The overall design of PV systems is addressed along with new semiconductor advances that provide designers with the best tools for developing PV inverters.
Electronica: Freescale auto push ranges from radar to MCU
News & Analysis  
11/13/2012   2 comments
Freescale emphasized its automotive credentials at the Electronica exhibition by launching a series of automotive industry related products covering microcontrollers, radar and pressure sensors.
ZigBee to the rescue for 'Fifth Play' services
Design How-To  
11/12/2012   1 comment
Cable companies and service providers worldwide are about to start rolling out new "Fifth Play" services that make the connected home more of a smart home.
Five wireless connectivity standards within a 24.6x18.0x3.0mm package
Product News  
11/11/2012   1 comment
The LBEL6Z2TXC wireless combination module from Murata is aimed at automotive applications and uses an AEC-Q100 compliant chipset.
ZigBee network processor supports three standards concurrently
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11/9/2012   Post a comment
TI introduced a ZigBee wireless network processor to offer the three most popular ZigBee standards for one end-device: ZigBee Smart Energy, ZigBee Home Automation and ZigBee Light Link.


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