D-TA Systems Delivers the DTA-3290, A Complete 6 GHz Tunable Software Radio Transceiver in a Compact 1U PackageJune 15, 2011 9:04 am | Product Releases | Comments
D-TA Systems is now delivering the ultimate software radio transceiver. The DTA-3290 - A highly flexible software radio transceiver complete with tunable RF, 16 bit Digital IF, FPGA and a 10 Gigabit network for data.
RADITEK’s UHF Band Coaxial Circulator has a 60MHz Bandwidth operating from 120-180MHz.
RADITEK’s Full VHF/FM Radio Transmitter Band Coaxial Circulator operating from 88-108MHz at 500Watts.
The HRAD6.5-005 Power Amplifier /Upconverter covers the frequency range from 5.5 to 7.0 GHz and is usable to 7.2 GHz. MMIC technology is used to achieve high reliability and repeatability.
STMicroelectronics has published its annual Sustainability Report.
AWR announced that it won its motion for partial summary judgment against ZTE Corporation, the largest publically-traded Chinese telecommunications company.
Texas Instruments introduced the second device in the family of PurePath Wireless audio products for consumer, portable and high-end audio applications.
Myriad Group AG announced an agreement to ship Myriad’s Jbed Advanced Java Virtual Machine (JVM) on Qualcomm Incorporated’s Brew® Mobile Platform (Brew MP™).
The Broadband Forum and the IPv6 Forum announced their cooperative effort to empower the successful adoption of IPv6 in broadband deployments worldwide, creating the ecosystem that will ensure the continued success of the Internet as new applications and user expectations grow beyond the bounds of the IPv4 protocol.
ISCO International has issued a new guide that outlines a variety of interference sources that contribute to suboptimal performance in 3G networks.
Expanding on their family of high power switch products, Aeroflex introduces the MSW3200-320 and MSW3201-320 SP3Ts covering frequencies of 10 to 1500MHz and 200 to 4500MHz respectively.
STMicroelectronics announced a multi-sensor module with five degrees of freedom.
Magma's Talus IC Implementation System Supports TSMC 28-nm Process Technology through Reference Flow 12.0June 15, 2011 7:12 am | News | Comments
Magma Design Automation announced that Magma's Talus®, Hydra™, Tekton™, QCP™ and Quartz™ DRC integrated circuit implementation and verification solutions have been qualified to support the TSMC Reference Flow 12.0.
Connor-Winfield’s new high stability SMD OH300 series of OCXOs provide an excellent capability to support IEEE 1588 system requirements.
Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) are becoming the light source of choice for Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) illumination. LEDs were first adopted in mobile devices where the benefits of reduced power circuitry (elimination of high voltage AC required by fluorescent lamps)...
Roos Instruments developed the Cassini platform to address the growing need of a more flexible ATE solution that provides the tools to transition to high volume test with ease.
In addition to the conventional benefits of OLED displays, such as a viewing angle of more than 160° independent of direction and low current consumption, many developers still unaware of the service life of this technology.
Bob Scannell of Analog Devices shows off the ADIS16407 iSensor IMU (inertial measurement unit) which integrates a tri-axis gyroscope, tri-axis accelerometer, tri-axis magnetometer and a pressure sensor into a single package.
Richardson RFPD announced it has been selected by American Technical Ceramics (ATC) as the global exclusive distributor for the new 506WLC Series of Ultra-Broadband Inductors.
Using innovative technology that targets cooling efficiency, Verizon has significantly reduced energy consumption and carbon emissions at 24 of its U.S. data centers. The technology, intelligent energy-management systems from Vigilent™, enabled Verizon to achieve...
President Barak Obama traveled to Durham, North Carolina to meet with his Jobs and Competitiveness Council at the corporate and U.S. manufacturing headquarters of Cree Inc.. While at Cree, the President toured the...
SolarCity® and Google announced the creation of a new $280 million fund to finance residential solar projects. The Google-backed fund represents Google’s largest investment to date in the clean energy sector. The fund is...
STMicroelectronics announced its new FingerTip technology, which enables a single-chip solution for capacitive touchscreens up to 10 inches in diameter with multi-touch capability.
RFMW and RFaxis announced a distribution agreement for the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa effective June 2, 2011.
Continuing to expand its offerings of based LEDs for industrial controls and retrofit panel mount applications, LEDtronics introduces 22mm and 30mm direct incandescent-replacement RPLH Series Panel LED Pilot Lamps and Holders.