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FTDI Chip design ecosystem launched

FTDI Chip design ecosystem launched

FTDI Chip technology partner MikroElektronika has released development products to support the FT90X series of 32-bit application-optimized MCUs to enable engineers to harness the full potential of FT90X MCU devices for embedded system designs…

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Mobile World Congress: Your Electronics Weekly guide

Mobile World Congress: Your Electronics Weekly guide

Mobile World Congress
The annual Mobile World Congress highlights the latest trends in mobile technology and services. It runs from 2 – 5 March in Barcelona, this year, and is organised by the GSMA (GSM Association). The congress brings together mobile operators, equipment vendors as well as industry figures, and Electronics…

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MWC: Intel and Qualcomm want 60GHz spectrum for 3Gbit/s Wi-Fi

MWC: Intel and Qualcomm want 60GHz spectrum for 3Gbit/s Wi-Fi

First multi-gigabit Wi-Fi home hubs based on chipsets from Qualcomm and Intel will be introduced before the end of the year.

Both chip firms were showing working silicon and demonstrating reference systems for the 802.ad 3Gbit/s Wi-Fi standard at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this…

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MWC: Supercomputer used to analyse 5G bandwidth data in real-time

MWC: Supercomputer used to analyse 5G bandwidth data in real-time

Nvidia is working with IDT and Orange Silicon Valley on a supercomputing platform that can analyse 4G to 5G basestation bandwidth data in real-time.

The supercomputer consists of clusters of Nvidis Tegra K1 mobile processors connected using IDT’s RapidIO interconnect and timing chips.

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Qorvo targets RF chips at China 4G LTE

Qorvo targets RF chips at China 4G LTE

Qorvo says its latest radio front-end chipsets for 4G LTE have been selected for reference designs, with volume production commencing in the third quarter of 2015.

Qorvo is the mobile wireless chip supplier which was formed from the merger of RFMD and TriQuint.

The RF Flex multi-band PA…

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Eaton samples supercapacitors

Eaton samples supercapacitors

Eaton is sampling PowerStor XL60 Series supercapacitors which provide energy storage in backup power, engine starting, energy capture and re-use, peak power shaving and pulse power…

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MWC: Danish firm shows low cost eye-tracking at MWC 2015

MWC: Danish firm shows low cost eye-tracking at MWC 2015

Eye tracking software that will run on Android smartphones was demonstrated by Denmark-based firm Eye Tribe at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week.

Eye Tracking SDK for Android opens the possibility of integrating affordable eye tracking into mobile devices.

According to Anders Bo Pedersen of the Eye Tribe…

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MWC: ARM CEO calls for mobile network re-think

MWC: ARM CEO calls for mobile network re-think

ARM CEO Simon Segars told delegates at Mobile World Congress today that mobile network infrastructure needs to dramatically change if global markets are going to realise the true potential universal broadband communications.

“Mobile infrastructure is now seen as an enabler for economic growth around the world, but without investment and…

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MWC: Tackling LTE-A HetNets is a challenge, says Cobham

MWC: Tackling LTE-A HetNets is a challenge, says Cobham

As small cell basestations are now seen as a necessary part of managing spectrum efficiency in the roll-out of next generation LTE-Adanced mobile networks, the network operators have the problem of managing a network made up from different-sized cells ranging from big macrocells to small cells. This…

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Ford combines a smartphone and bicycle into an e-bike

Ford combines a smartphone and bicycle into an e-bike

Ford demonstrated two e-bikes which really need the rider to use their smartphone to ride them.

Motor company last year asked its staff to put forward designs for e-bikes as part of its project called “Handle on Mobility” which is intended to help the company discover the transport…

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MWC: ARM thinks IoT not happening fast enough

MWC: ARM thinks IoT not happening fast enough

ARM thinks the development of devices which embed its processors for the internet of things (IoT) is not happening fast enough.

In other words the industry cannot have too many starter kits for designing devices that connect to the internet.

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So ARM has…

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