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posted in October 2008

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4-Channel LED drivers reduce component count by 25%
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10/28/2008   Post a comment
Advanced Analogic Technologies rolled out two 4-channel, charge pump-based LED drivers for larger LCD screens in reduced feature entry-level cell phones and portable devices.
No algorithm experience? No problem--TI audio codec with miniDSP does it for you
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10/27/2008   Post a comment
With a goal of enabling portable design manufacturers to develop cost-efficient, high performance, and feature-rich audio solutions complete with power savings, Texas Instruments just unveiled the TLV320AIC3254--a highly integrated codec.
Audience's A 1024 voice processor dramatically erases noise from the environment
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10/27/2008   Post a comment
If it's true that Audience's technology mimics the human ear so that mobile phone conversations can be improved, my failing hearing just got a major boost.
Sarantel solves GPS antenna size vs. performance dilemma for US handsets
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10/20/2008   Post a comment
Sarantel recently launched its location-based services antenna--LBS PRO--into the US market at the Canalys Navigation Forum.
Are mobile navigation services finally taking off?
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10/13/2008   Post a comment
A new report by Berg Insight AB, and offered by Research and Markets says they are, based on the introduction of GPS handsets.
Is it a perfect Storm?
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10/8/2008   Post a comment
Touching down sometime this fall, after several forecasts and warnings is the BlackBerry Storm--RIM's touchscreen answer to the iPhone challenge. Setting the Storm in motion will be Verizon Wireless with no real news as to contract length and cost. .
Fujitsu mobile WiMAX SoC supports femto, pico and micro base stations
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10/1/2008   Post a comment
Meeting the narrow cost constraints of a femto environment, while scaling one solution to pico and micro base stations was a challenge eluding system manufacturers and service providers.


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