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Voice activation technology is enabled by SmartVoice technology

Voice activation technology is enabled by SmartVoice technology
  Always-on voice activation is enabled in OPPO’s Reno smartphone using DSP Group’s SmartVoice technology.
13th May 2019

Ultra-low jitter clock for 400Gpbs links

Ultra-low jitter clock for 400Gpbs links
Featuring a bulk acoustic wave (BAW) resonator, the LMK05318 network synchronizer clock from Texas Instruments (TI) is in stock at Mouser Electronics. The ultra-low jitter single-channel clock for 400-gigabits-per-second (Gbps) links helps systems transmit more data faster while also providing higher margin for system jitter budgets than similar devices.
9th May 2019

High quality of experience critical in MCC/MCX communications

High quality of experience critical in MCC/MCX communications
Today’s public safety communications are entering a period of significant change. Where once the humble radio was the sole means of communicating in firefighting and police incidents, the smartphone is now the de facto choice of public servants enabling them to communicate better and work faster. By Anatoli Levine, Director of Standards and Products, Softil
2nd April 2019


Better connected with Ethernet PHYs

Better connected with Ethernet PHYs
With an extensive portfolio of Ethernet physical layer (PHY) transceivers, Texas Instruments support a variety of network speeds and package sizes for industrial, automotive and general purpose applications. Our devices are IEEE 802.3-compliant and fully qualified for industrial and automotive applications.
8th March 2019

Power line communication using RS-485 simulation

Power line communication using RS-485 simulation
This reference design from Texas Instruments establishes a simulation model for implementing RS-485 communication over power cabling. This simulation model can be used to assess the feasibility of implementing RS485 communication at a given data rate, cable length, and loading for a specific cable before taking the time-consuming step of building a representative network.
28th February 2019

Low-power wireless M-Bus communications module

Low-power wireless M-Bus communications module
  This reference design explains how to use the TI wireless M-Bus stack for CC1310 and CC1350 wireless MCUs and integrate it into a smart meter or data-collector product. This software stack is compatible with the Open Metering System (OMS) v3.0.1 specification.
28th February 2019

Money raised to connect billions of people in the equatorial belt

Money raised to connect billions of people in the equatorial belt
The UK company Sky and Space Global has received signed binding commitments for raising $12m in a two-tranche share placement to investors as part of its $15m fundraising effort. The placement is priced at $0.03 per share and is conditioned on the lodgement of the prospectus. The funds are to be used to facilitate the launching of the first batch of the company’s Pearls constellation nano-satellites network. 
26th February 2019

Ethernet PHYs simplify design and optimise network performance

Ethernet PHYs simplify design and optimise network performance
Texas Instruments has introduced two new Ethernet physical layer (PHY) transceivers, expanding connectivity options for designers of both space-constrained applications and time-sensitive networks (TSNs). The DP83825I low power 10/100Mbps Ethernet PHY has a 44% smaller package size than competing devices and provides a 150m cable reach.
21st February 2019

One radio platform for all security and public safety needs

One radio platform for all security and public safety needs
Although communication needs of military and security response teams appear vastly different, at their core they are very similar. Effective communication and transfer of information is critical in both industries as lives are at risk if they are not done quickly and effectively. By Sausan Arebi, Technical Writer, Per Vices Corporation
18th February 2019

Space-qualified Ka-band microwave rotary joint

Space-qualified Ka-band microwave rotary joint
Manufacturer of microwave and RF subsystems and components, Link Microtek, has designed and produced a spaceflight-qualified microwave rotary joint and associated waveguide components as part of a Ka-band antenna pointing mechanism (APM) being developed by Surrey Satellite Technology, which is an independent company within Airbus.
8th February 2019


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