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Miniature DAB / FM radio module from Frontier

Miniature DAB / FM radio module from Frontier
Frontier Silicon has announced the Naples FS2011, said to be the industry’s first miniature, highly advanced and integrated standalone dual-band DAB / FM radio module for handheld battery powered products. The compact, low-cost, low-power, high performance unit is available now and is also incorporated in two new portable DAB/FM radios from leading manufacturers Bush and Ministry of Sound.
9th October 2006

Low-cost embedded System On Module

Strategic Test has extended its range of PXA270 SOMs with the release of the low-cost TRITON-270. Priced at 112 Euros, the module includes a 312 MHz PXA270 processor, 32 MB SDRAM, 32 MB NOR Flash and a 200-pin SODIMM connector.
7th October 2006

Entry level Linux development platform for XScale CPU

 Entry level Linux development platform for XScale CPU
Arcom has released a new entry level embedded Linux Development Kit to support its ultra low power PXA255 XScale based single board computers. The 400MHz VIPER and 200MHz VIPER-Lite are small footprint SBCs powered by the PXA255 ARM compatible RISC processor.
6th October 2006


Portable low-cost emulator for 8-bit micros

Portable low-cost emulator for 8-bit micros
Toshiba has expanded its family of embedded systems tools with the launch of a low-cost and compact ‘all-in-one’ emulator for the development of applications based on the company’s low-power TLCS-870/C 8-bit microcontrollers.
5th October 2006

Computer-on-Module runs XP embedded

Computer-on-Module runs XP embedded
The CM-iGLX from Anders Electronics is an updated and performance-enhanced member of Anders Electronics’ compact and lightweight x86 Computer-on-Module (CoM), no larger than a credit card. Nearly four times smaller than competing nano-ITX boards, the CM-iGLX offers battery-powered operation yet can smoothly run Windows XP embedded as well as Linux and Windows CE.
5th October 2006

Telelogic's Rhapsody 7.0 Focuses on Embedded Developer Productivity

Telelogic today announced the release of Telelogic Rhapsody 7.0, the latest version of its Model-Driven Development (MDD) environment for embedded systems and software. Rhapsody 7.0, the industry´s fastest-growing MDD environment, focuses on developer productivity with improved support for multiple workflows (code-centric and model-centric), including Eclipse CDT integration; new features that allow users to implement a software product line approach for the strategic reuse of software assets; plus a long list of usability improvements which significantly ease MDD adoption and streamline the development workflow.
3rd October 2006

DAB module combines low-cost and long battery life

DAB module combines low-cost and long battery life
Frontier Silicon has announced Venice 5, a low cost DAB module which offers one week’s worth of battery life, when typically DAB modules have lasted only one day. Measuring just 52mm x 40mm and based on its recently launched Kino 2 baseband processor, Venice 5 is designed for next generation DAB home audio products such as kitchen and clock radios, CD audio systems and hi-fi tuner systems.
28th September 2006

Green Hills' µ-velOSity supports Analog Devices Blackfin Embedded Processor

 Green Hills' µ-velOSity supports Analog Devices Blackfin Embedded Processor
Green Hills Software has announced that µ-velOSity is now available for Analog Devices’ Blackfin processors. With a ROM footprint as small as 2200 bytes, RAM footprint as small as 1000 bytes, and service call times as low as 30 cycles, µ-velOSity is ideal for the convergent applications in which Blackfin excels, including multi-format audio, video, voice and image processing, multi-mode baseband and packet processing, control processing and real-time security.
25th September 2006

Triteq gets ISO13485 Registration for Medical Device Design

Triteq has announced that it has achieved ISO13485 quality registration for medical device design. Triteq claims to be the only design subcontractor in the UK to be certified to this standard by TUV and one of only a few design houses in the UK to hold ISO13485 quality management approval.
6th September 2006

Easy to Use Development Kits Allow Customers to Evaluate RGB Color Sensors

Easy to Use Development Kits Allow Customers to Evaluate RGB Color Sensors
Avago Technologies has announced the availability of three easy to use "plug and play" development kits that save customers time in evaluating its latest Red, Green and Blue color sensor products. All that is needed to use any of the new HDJD-JDXX RGB color sensor development kits is a personal computer.
25th August 2006


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