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  • RF Architecture Choices for Next-Generation Handset Designs
    The smartphone market has diversified into multiple categories with differing design goals and priorities, which require different approaches to RF front end (RFFE) integration. Flagship phones are premium devices designed for superregional or global use.
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    for real-time control. Intel cancels Timna processor, citing technical problems TI forms cell-phone handset venture in China BEIJING -- Texas Instruments Inc. here today announced a joint venture with four companies in China to co-develop next-generation cellular phones, based on TI digital signal
  • Application Requirements Drive Choice of Voltage Regulator in Portable Systems
    operates in a range from 4.2V when it is fully charged down to about 3.0V or below when fully discharged. Yet many of the key circuits in the phone have different voltage requirements. The microprocessor core in the handset typically runs at or below 1.8V. The RF subsection, on the other hand
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    carrier networks. Qualcomm sells CDMA phone division to Kyocera Qualcomm Inc. said Wednesday (Dec. 22) that it will sell its PCS handset business to Kyocera Corp., a Japanese company that has been
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    Organic EL display makers gear up for cell phones A handful of manufacturers are stepping up their work on organic light-emitting displays (OLEDs), angling for design wins in next-generation cellular phones and handheld computers. Metaflow builds SoC platform on open-source core Metaflow
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    China's domestic wireless phone market is forecast to grow by 7.7 percent in 2009, reaching 239.1 million units, despite an expected 10.7 percent decline in global handset shipments, according to market research firm iSuppli. Infineon prepares for Qimonda costs, sets aside $125 million Infineon
  • Avago Technologies' FBAR Filter Technology Designed Into Latest Generation of 4G & LTE Smartphones
    The worldwide mobile handset quarterly growth rate remains in the single digits, but shipments of smartphones continue. to explode; and with each successive generation, smartphones continue to off er more user features and capabilities. without signifi cantly growing the size and weight
  • Smart Computing Article - Multifunction Devices
    , some MFDs include PC faxing; a handset to make phone calls; and a National Television System Committee (NTSC) video input jack, which you can use to capture digital images to print or store in the computer. As the demands placed on small offices become more complex and intricate, these type
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    based on a communications model called "publish-subscribe " gains industry acceptance. TransChip rolls out a single-chip CMOS imager Israeli start-up TransChip is targeting mobile handset vendors seeking to upgrade cellphones to popular camera phones with a single-chip
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    to drop 20-to-25% sequentially in the second quarter from the prior three-month period, resulting in an operating loss in Q2. China to soon eclipse U.S. in handset sales HONG KONG -- Shrugging off a global slump in wireless handset demand, China is expected to surpass the United States in cellular phone
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    was flat and IC layout was soaring. Nokia goes with Palm OS, and sticks with Symbian Cellular-phone giant Nokia gave a new twist to the emerging world of smart phones this week when it announced it will license the operating system and user interface of Palm Computing Inc. and use the software
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    card using FeRAM technology in the smart card module. Docomo fuel cell targets mobile recharging of phones A prototype fuel cell developed by NTT Docomo Inc. for mobile recharging of handsets represents a first step toward developing a high-power recharger that would snap directly into mobile phones
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    for cellular handsets, TI has introduced a family of devices optimized for imaging applications, as well as its third Bluetooth baseband processor. China's cell-phone chip market is 'up for grabs' HONG KONG -- Faced with a slowdown in Europe, the U.S. and other regions, cellular-phone chip suppliers
  • Diving into the World of Spiral Cables
    Spiral cables, also known as curly cords, are those cords with a distinct spiral or curly shape that can be found anywhere from mobile cell phone car chargers to heart defibrillators. According to cable assembly expert and Meridian Cable owner Bud Kinzalow, â spiral cables connect two devices where
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    since the dotcom crash. More growth seen for China's handset market in '09 China's domestic wireless phone market is forecast to grow by 7.7 percent in 2009, reaching 239.1 million units, despite an expected 10.7 percent decline in global handset shipments, according to market research firm iSuppli
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    technologies. Finnish study reportedly says mobile handset radiation is within limits A Finnish survey of some of several popular mobile phones found the amount of radiation they emit is well below agreed limits and largely in line with data published by manufacturers, according to a Reuters report