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Bluetooth low energy SoCs to reduce spread of COVID-19
Dialog Semiconductor has announced a new Wireless Ranging (WiRa) Software Development Kit (SDK) that adds highly accurate and reliable distance measurement capabilities to its DA1469x family of Bluetooth Low Energy SoCs.
Dialog Semiconductor extends IoT connectivity portfolio
Dialog Semiconductor has announced the availability of the DA16200, a highly integrated, ultra low power WiFi networking SoC, and two modules that leverage Dialog’s VirtualZero technology to deliver a breakthrough in battery life for WiFi connected, battery-powered IoT devices.
DA16600 module points the way for new wave of IoT connectivity
Dialog Semiconductor has announced the DA16600, a module that uniquely combines Dialog’s WiFi and BLE capabilities into a single solution. This two-in-one module is comprised of two SoCs, the newly announced DA16200 and the SmartBond TINY DA14531, to provide low power WiFi and BLE for customers and further broaden Dialog’s IoT connectivity portfolio.
SmartBond TINY module demystifies IoT development
Dialog Semiconductor has announced the availability of the DA14531 SmartBond TINY module, empowering customers to build the next generation of connected devices.
First IO-Link IC for Industry 4.0 launched at embedded world
Dialog Semiconductor has announced the latest member of its IO-Link product family, the CCE4503. The addition of this new IO-Link IC both expands the company’s reach into the Industrial IoT (IIoT) market and connects the smallest and most price sensitive IO-Link Device sensors and actuators.
Acquisition broadens Dialog's presence in the IIoT market
Dialog Semiconductor and Adesto Technologies have announced they have signed a definitive agreement for Dialog to acquire all outstanding shares of Adesto. Adesto accelerates Dialog’s expansion into the growing IIoT market that enables smart buildings and industrial automation (Industry 4.0), seamlessly driving cloud connectivity.
4 trends that could redefine embedded automotive tech in 2020
The 2020s are shaping up to be a transformative decade for the automotive tech industry, and that all starts this year. In the 2010s, digital user experiences, connected car features via the IoT and the introduction of self-driving vehicles were some of the most significant trends to come onto the automotive scene. By Rohith Pai, Director of Business Development, Dialog Semiconductor
Dialog Semiconductor wins 2019 GSA award for financial achievements
Dialog Semiconductor was named the Best Financially Managed Semiconductor Company at the 2019 Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) Awards. Now in its 24th year, the GSA awards recognise individuals and companies in the semiconductor industry that have demonstrated excellence in vision, innovation, execution and future potential within the industry over the past year.
Bluetooth SoC and module to connect next billion IoT devices
Dialog Semiconductor has announced the new DA14531 and the DA14531 module, to simplify Bluetooth product development and enable wider adoption, according to the company it is the world’s smallest and most power-efficient Bluetooth 5.1 SoC.
Acquisition to add IIoT products to growing portfolio
Dialog Semiconductor has announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Creative Chips, a supplier of ICs to the IIoT market. Headquartered in Bingen, Germany, with an additional design centre in Dresden, Creative Chips is a fabless semiconductor company with a growing IC business supplying a broad portfolio of industrial Ethernet and other mixed-signal products to top-tier, blue-chip manufacturers of industrial and buil...
What are the current trends in wearables?
Answering some questions on the new Samsung Galaxy Fit/DA1469x, Rahul Todi, Senior Product Marketing Engineer, Dialog Semiconductor has offered his expertise. Today, there are numerous fitness/wearable products on the market geared toward improving our wellbeing, or at least giving us more insight into it.
High frequency sub-PMICs powering latest mobile processors
Dialog Semiconductor has introduced a new power management product family of four new sub-PMICs that offer transient response and in-circuit digital programmability, in a smaller form factor than current market solutions. The new product family of Buck converters, which consists of the DA9217, DA9220, DA9121 and the DA9122, represents Dialog’s first sub-PMIC family with a 4MHz switching frequency that reduces inductor size and hei...
Technology enhances scalability for driving the automotive future
Dialog Semiconductor has recently announced its Configurable Mixed-Signal IC (CMIC) for the automotive industry, the SLG46620-A. In today’s advanced automotive market, manufacturers are required to implement the latest safety, comfort and self-driving features which demand an ever-growing number of Integrated Circuits (ICs). Current solutions aimed at supporting these functions are limited by discrete implementations and standard ...
Wireless microcontroller implemented into Samsung Galaxy Fit
Dialog Semiconductor has announced that Samsung has implemented Dialog’s wireless microcontroller unit (MCU) in its latest Galaxy Fit. The Galaxy Fit is a slim and fashionable fitness tracker that enables users to reach their fitness goals with its intuitive tracking features. It tracks a wide range of activities and offers enhanced sleep analysis and stress management technology for users to monitor their wellbeing throughou...
Family of audio codecs deliver active noise cancellation
Dialog Semiconductor has announced a family of highly integrated audio codec chips that deliver Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), the DA740x product provides optimal audio performance in any environment to the rapidly-growing wireless headphones market. The global market for wireless headphones is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 20% generating revenues of around $34bn by 2024. With ANC rapidly becoming a de facto standard, D...
Multi-channel LDO regulator provides high PSRR performance
Dialog Semiconductor has announced its latest Configurable Mixed-signal Integrated Circuit (CMIC) device with Low Drop Out (LDO) regulator performance, the SLG51000. According to the company, the SLG51000 features the highest Power Supply Rejection Ratio (PSRR) and lowest output voltage noise of any programmable multi-channel LDO on the market, making it suitable to power advanced camera and sensor systems.
Nanopower ultra-low ripple buck regulator for connected devices
Two new products have been announced by Dialog Semiconductor, with the DA9232 and the DA9233 Nanopower PMICs. The new additions improve the performance of the DC/DC buck converter from the original DA9230 and DA9231 by producing an even lower ripple, perfect for use with sensitive analog circuitry, such as GPS receivers used in wearables.
MP3 Bluetooth connected toothbrush solution
Electric toothbrushes are following the trend of adding BLE connectivity and various sensors for habits tracking and control. Additional audio playback through MP3 streaming can enhance the experience especially for younger users. With Dialog Semiconductor, highly efficient fast charging can be added in addition to the BLE DA14683 integrated lower power charger.
No-load power using adaptive voltage positioning control IC
Newly introduced from Dialog Semiconductor, the iW1608 is an AC/DC controller optimised for universal input voltage applications. The device offers a unique output current limit configuration that monitors the input voltage via the resistor divider (CFG pin voltage VCFG) in real time and adjusts the output current limit accordingly.
BLE and Bluetooth 5.1 redefine the future of smart homes
Just a few years ago smart homes seemed like a far-off, science-fiction idea. Smart lights, smart locks, smart garage doors, smart refrigerators, smart thermostats, smart ovens, smart TVs, smart speakers, smart fireplaces - all wirelessly connected and controlled from a single device, or even just by the sound of your voice. By: Erik Peters, International Product Marketing Manager, BLE at Dialog Semiconductor.