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posted in February 2013
Slideshow: Samsung cagey on smartphone SoC at ISSCC
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2/27/2013   8 comments
Samsung faced down archrivals at ISSCC but showed few details about its Exynos 5 Octa, while Renesas and Mediatek took more open approaches.
IMEC working on remote cardiac monitoring
Design How-To  
2/27/2013   1 comment
IMEC has joined forces with two organizations to develop cardiac monitoring products integrating ultra-low power ICs.
Enhancing performance and healthy development in Chinese schools
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2/27/2013   Post a comment
Philips Design has studies the school context in China to identify potential scalable business opportunities for the creation of a safe and healthy environment where learning and teaching can flourish and achieve the best results.
Slideshow: ISSCC spotlights nanotubes, wireless comms
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2/22/2013   9 comments
Carbon nanotubes, video processing, 60 GHz and processors featured among the highlights from this year's ISSCCC presentations.
Qualcomm integrates RF for world LTE phone
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2/22/2013   2 comments
Fabless giant aims to ease the job of creating a phone that can roam LTE’s 40 global spectrum bands.
Electronics in medical apps: Fertility monitor design
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2/20/2013   6 comments
Electronics plays a vital role in designing clinical equipments ranging from a small digital thermometer to complex health monitoring systems. In a series of articles, Cypress engineers will discuss the electronic design of widely used medical devices. This first installment focuses on the design of a fertility monitor.
TransferJet to demo speedy wireless at MWC
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2/18/2013   5 comments
Japanese companies are set to demonstrate speedy downloads of movies, music and e-books to smartphones and tablets at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Nujira claims to dominate envelope tracking
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2/13/2013   Post a comment
Envelope tracking pioneer has more than 200 patents related to the technology and reckons that is the most held by one company and nearly twice as many as startup Quantance Inc.
How to meet driver assistance requirements
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2/12/2013   Post a comment
A flexible multi-channel approach to communications can meet the requirements of infotainment and driver assistance as they grow together and face higher bandwidth needs.
Compact dual-mode Wi-Fi network controller targets home appliances
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2/11/2013   Post a comment
Murata's SN8200 series of compact low power certified Wi-Fi controller modules are capable of providing 2.4GHz 802.11b/g/n internet connectivity to a broad host of home appliances, industrial automation machines and healthcare equipment.
Wi-Fi modules with Intel 7-year longevity and wide temp support
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2/11/2013   Post a comment
Advantech has added four new industrial grade embedded wireless modules from Intel with 7 years longevity support for the industrial and enterprise embedded market.
Nujira offers low-power 4G RF reference design
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2/11/2013   Post a comment
A specialist in power amplifiers for mobile communications and pioneer of envelope tracking technology, has released a 16-band RF front-end reference design for global LTE handsets called Woodstock.
How healthy is your heart?
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2/6/2013   Post a comment
Medical equipments have one thing in common and that is the presence of electronics. From the tiny gadget that checks the amount of sugar in blood to the bulky ECG machine which measures your heart operation. This paper gives a small-window view of the places where electronics is used and has been sitting silently in our lives over the years.


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