austriamicrosystems has released the AS8221 FlexRay standard transceiver, certified to the latest FlexRay standard V2.1 Rev B.
Digi International has introduced the Connect WAN 3G IA, a third-generation (3G) wireless WAN router for secure primary and backup connectivity to remote devices in severe environments.
Microchip has announced the MCP2021 and MCP2022 (MCP202X) LIN/SAE J2602 transceivers.
Research In Motion, the company behind the BlackBerry wireless solution, has opened a regional headquarters in Sydney to serve customers in Australia.
Sitrans LR 460 is a continuous radar level measurement transmitter featuring 24 GHz FMCW (frequency-modulated continuous wave) and process intelligence echo processing.
Renesas Technology is collaborating with IMEC on research into 45 nm RF transceivers targeting Gbps cognitive radios.
At the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) taskgroup meeting in Hawaii recently, there was an agreement over the next high speed Wi-Fi standard, 802.11n.
Mimix Broadband, Inc. has announced the introduction of a gallium arsenide (GaAs) monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) 13/15 GHz chip set that consists of a highly integrated image reject receiver and transmitter, and compact, two stage power amplifier. The image reject mixers eliminate the need for an image bandpass filter after the amplifier to remove thermal noise at the image frequency.
Vishay Intertechnology has introduced what it claims is the industry's smallest FIR (fast infrared) IrDA transceivers.
Integration Associates has unveiled its next-generation EZRadio FSK (frequency shift keying) wireless chipsets, the IA4420 and IA4421 transceivers.
James Bond-style technologies such as mobile phones the size of earpieces and invisible sensors sprinkled about to detect toxins are closer to reality.
Agilent has announced five web-based video demos for N6700 multiple-output programmable DC power supply system applications.
Anritsuâ€™s MT8850A/MT8852A Bluetooth test sets have received â€˜Test System Validationâ€™ status from the Bluetooth Qualification Review Board â€” claimed to be the only integrated test sets to have achieved validation status for radio layer measurements.
Available from Active Components is the Philips TEA6845H, an AM double conversion (10.7 MHz/450 kHz) receiver for LW, MW and SW (5.85-9.99 MHz) and an FM single conversion (10.7 MHz) receiver capable of operating on US FMs, Europe FM, East Europe FM, Japan FM (65-108 MHz) and US weather bands.
A breakthrough discovery by DSTO scientists will have a significant impact on future technology in many areas of sensing and communications