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  • Circuit Ideas: Setting Up a Low-Power Transceiver
    There are a variety of transceiver chips available that feature low-power consumption. This makes them candidates for use where power comes from batteries. One chip in this category is the TI CC1000 which works in the UHF range. It is often powered from a 3-V coin cell and uses less than 10 mA
  • Embedded Wireless Made Easy
    , with a gain exceeding 3 dBi. The main components that make up self-contained wireless Ethernet modules include a single-chip CPU, static RAM and flash memory, a transceiver chip, and another chip that executes the 802.11b MAC protocol. In the case of WiPort modules, the controller is a 186-style device
  • Medical Device Link .
    First Wireless Chip Designed for In-Body Communication Systems Debuts ) has introduced the world 's first transceiver chip designed exclusively for wireless communication systems that link implanted medical devices and base stations. The ZL70100 ultra-low-power transceiver chip fully meets the MICS
  • Application Note for Using Anaren 0404 BD2425NnRF Balun in Conjunction with Nordic Semiconductors nRF24L01 and nRF24L01+ Transceivers (.pdf)
    This application note demonstrates the advantages of using a small and simple balun solution optimized for use with Nordic Semiconductors' nRF24L01 and nRF24L01+ chip. The nRF24L01 is a true single-chip 2.4 GHz Proprietary Ultra Low Power compliant RF transceiver chip, designed for low-power
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    ., Texas Instruments Inc. and others have made various and big claims about developing the long-awaited "cell-phone-on-a-chip. " Dust networks raises $22 million in series B Dust Networks Inc., a developer of devices for wireless mesh sensor networks, has completed a $22 million round of equity funding
  • Application Note for the Layout Packages for Texas Instrument's CC2420 & CC2430 Extended to CC2500 (.pdf)
    ISM and IEEE 802.15.4 (ZigBee) compliant RF transceiver, designed for low-power wireless applications. The reference design presented in this application note uses only three components for the impedance matching: a 1mm square Anaren multilayer balun, a DC blocking capacitor and an inductor
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    on quantum dots. University research aims at more secure Wi-Fi The technology depends on the RF signal "fingerprints " or profiles that make every wireless transceiver in the world virtually unique. EDA lacks leadership, says exec EDA needs to shift its focus to provide solutions that emphasize

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