The Diversified Electronics division of Marsh Bellofram Corp. has introduced the UPA-130S Series universal power alert. This “S” model, provides solid-on LED lighting and alert capabilities for
Stefanie Frank and Robert Bleidt, both with Fraunhofer, demo the company's HD communication technologies, including the H264 video codec and their echo-cancelling software.
Mirics announced that its partner DigiBest Technology has begun shipping PCTV solutions based on FlexiTV for the reception of digital terrestrial ATSC broadcasts. ATSC is the standard already deployed in the USA and now expanding to Canada and Mexico.
Geir Kjosavik from Atmel goes over their new audio platform, said to improve sound quality in portable devices.
Xilinx, Inc announced at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show a new version of its popular Spartan(R)-6 FPGA Consumer Video Kit that gives systems designers a complete development platform for easily tapping into the flexibility and real-time video processing capabilities of Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs). Co-developed with and distributed by Tokyo Electron Device, the Consumer Video Kit supports
Rovi Corporation announced that it will be debuting its newest digital home entertainment technologies this week during the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show. The company recently announced Rovi Media Cloud, a suite of entertainment web services that is designed to
Jon Beall with Texas Instruments discusses the company's new wireless charging system.
OCZ Technology Group, Inc. will showcase the Company's latest SSD solutions at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) at the Aria Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 6-8.
Robert Bleidt with Fraunhofer (inventer of the MP3 and co-inventer of AAC technology) discusses the MPEG Surround audio codec, a collaboration with Texas Instruments.
Erling Njå Simenson from TI discusses an updated version of the company's PurePath wireless sound system.
Magnus Pederson from Atmel discusses the company's Zigbee-certified products.
Maxim Integrated Products is paving the way for next-generation consumer video conferencing solutions on TVs with the announcement of its new technology line-up. At the 2011 International CES in Las Vegas, Maxim will be showcasing and demonstrating complete video camera solutions and reference designs that enable pioneering video conferencing features such as 1080p30 HD video, multi-party video, face detection, face tracking, 3D capture, and gesture recognition.
Chris Chipman from Analog Devices discusses the company's video transmitter products.
Dafydd Roche with TI goes over their soundbar reference design, said to be able to take analog or USB inputs and drive stereo output at up to 30 W.
Fraunhofer’s high-quality MPEG Surround audio streaming technology to provide consumers with surround Internet radio experiences in the living room
In an effort to improve assembly efficiency and reduce the amount of lead content in finished products, many electronics manufacturers have selected a land grid array (LGA) as part of their integrated circuit package.
Honeywell announced the introduction of the Honeywell Zephyr Analog Airflow Sensors that provide an analog interface for reading airflow over the specified full scale flow span and temperature range.
One professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Texas A&M University was among a group of researchers to have their studies featured in a leading weekly news publication, The Economist. Assistant professor Raffaella Righetti, along with Dr. Mauro Ferrari and...
Since the gesture recognition market is still in its early stages, there are a variety of suppliers around the world that are just emerging as key players
Universe Kogaku America adds to its existing line of C-mount lenses, 2 new 25mm lenses for imaging applications in the Infra-red light spectrum.
Fujifilm announces its new EXR-CMOS BSI sensor technology, embedded inside few of the new cameras to be presented at CES 2011.
Just as walkie-talkies transmit and receive radio waves, carbon nanotubes can transmit and receive light at the nanoscale, Cornell University researchers have discovered.
Camera and sensor company buys L-3 Communications subsidiary InfraredVision Technology Corp.
The call for paper is now open for MiNaPAD, the ?Micro/Nano-Electronics Packaging & Assembly, Design and Manufacturing Forum? which will be held in Grenoble, France, on the new Minatec campus, on May 11 and 12, 2011.
European researchers are working hard at developing new approaches to cell communication systems that generate building blocks for biological computation devices. Biological computing addresses shortcomings that impact our lives including helping researchers devise more innovative methods...