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5G library allows designers to jump start research

The 5G topic is gathering momentum and Keysight Technologies has put its shoulder to the wheel by introducing the Keysight EEsof EDA 5G Baseband Exploration Library. Providing ready-to-use reference signal processing intellectual property (IP) for 5G technology research, this industry-first library dramatically increases the productivity for system architects and baseband physical layer (PHY) designers.
21st October 2014

Chipset powers Gigabit performance over cable into home

Broadcom has introduced a new chipset that will enable operators and service providers to deliver Gigabit performance over currently installed twisted pair copper cabling. The BCM65200 DSP and BCM65900 analogue front end family of chipsets are a high density G.fast solution, providing a critical step in paving the path to Gigabit-speed services over copper to the home.
21st October 2014

Voice line termination chip uses 50% less stand-by power

Voice line termination chip uses 50% less stand-by power
Manufactured for customer premise equipment (CPE) designs, the DUSLIC XS next-gen voice line termination chip has been released by Lantiq. According to the company, the chip enables CPE manufacturers to use fewer external components than competing devices and reduces the cost for manufacturers to provide wideband-capable voice telephony. Compared to competing ICs, Lantiq claims that the chip uses 50% less stand-by power, at 20mW. 
21st October 2014


Modules extend life of Type 2-based systems by seven years

Modules extend life of Type 2-based systems by seven years
Powered by the 4th gen Intel Core processor and the Intel Atom SoC, COM Express Type 2 modules have been released by ADLINK Technology. The Express-HL2 and cExpress-BT2 modules are designed to replace older generations when they near end-of-life status. According to the company, the Intel silicon based modules extend the service life of Type 2-based systems by seven years.
21st October 2014

Portable monitor uses one USB 3.0 cable for data & power

Portable monitor uses one USB 3.0 cable for data & power
Targeted at users of netbooks, notebooks or other portable computers, the myConnect E1759FWU portable monitor has been released by AOC. Providing additional display space for increased working efficiency, the device features a 17.3″ screen. Due to the device’s 10W energy consumption, only one USB 3.0 cable is required for data transfer and power supply, making it practical.
17th October 2014

Test solution meets Wi-Fi Direct service certification

CETECOM is providing complete tests for the Wi-Fi Direct services program. “We´re very happy about the new qualification. With this further qualification we can offer our customers all kind of testing according to the Wi-Fi Alliance programs”, says Michael Berg, Wi-Fi Lab Manager at CETECOM.
16th October 2014

PCs offer a colour TFT LCD panel with 400nits brightness

PCs offer a colour TFT LCD panel with 400nits brightness
Featuring the Intel Celeron processor J1900, the GOT5100T-834 and the GOT5152T-834 touch panel computers have been released by Axiomtek. The former is offered with a 10.4” SVGA TFT LCD and the latter a 15" XGA TFT LCD. The slim and light computers, which are fanless, offer an industrial grade colour TFT LCD panel with 400nits brightness.
16th October 2014

NI joins EU's CROWD 5G initiative

NI is collaborating with CROWD, the European Union Framework Project 7 (EU FP7), to define next-generation wireless 5G communications. CROWD researches the combination of small- and large-density cells in a heterogeneous wireless network for an efficient architecture in which small cells meet traffic hot-spot needs while large cells offer reliable coverage for high-mobility users.
16th October 2014

BLDC motor driver reduces audible noise by up to 75%

BLDC motor driver reduces audible noise by up to 75%
Claimed to be the industry’s first 24V, sinusoidal, sensorless, BLDC motor driver, the DRV10983 has been announced by Texas Instruments. The motor driver uses 180°, sinusoidal, sensorless technology to reduce audible noise by up to 75% compared to competing solutions for applications such as cooling fans, ceiling fans, blowers and small appliances.
15th October 2014

Modules integrate ECC memory for safety & security

Modules integrate ECC memory for safety & security
Offering designers the safety and security of ECC memory, the conga-MA3E COM Express Mini Type 10 module has been released by congatec AG. Based on the Intel Atom E3800 series of processors, the module succeeds the companies conga MA3. To correct errors, ECC modules check and adjust the data flow. The correction mode of ECC modules differ from the ‘parity bit’, as it detects and corrects both single and double bit errors. 
15th October 2014


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