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GreenPeak was challenged with designing a GP510 system-on-chip RF4CE communication controller for integration into set-top boxes and GP561 for the remote controller devices. The chips needed to be optimized for low cost while at the same time providing superior performance.
EDI CON 2013 (March 12-14, Beijing, China), the industry-driven event for RF, microwave and high speed digital electronic design announces the recent addition of several leading RFIC, component and material manufacturers, semiconductor foundries, EDA software and test equipment/solution providers as participants in the technical program and exhibition. As solution providers in high frequency electronic design and system integration, experts from these companies will offer attendees the latest information on the technology used in today’s communications and aerospace industries.
Cambridge Consultants completed initial trials with Iridium Communications of new key components of the world’s largest push-to-talk (PTT) radio system.
Satellite specialist Newtec's IP traffic enhancement and shaping technology Cross-Layer-Optimization™ has been implemented to secure the downlink via satellite in the flagship Euro Hawk® Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) which detects and collects information.
Machine-to-machine (M2M) communication is poised to change the way critical services are delivered over the next decade, from healthcare to transport to energy. Significant barriers remain however, including overcoming technical complexity and regulatory hurdles that will pave the way for innovative products and services.
NEC Laboratories Europe’s vehicular communication system successfully completed the multi-vendor interoperability tests for Car-to-Car and Car-to-Infrastructure (Car-2-X) communications system and was verified to be a mature implementation by the ETSI Centre for Testing and Interoperability (ETSI CTI) at the first ETSI Cooperative Mobility Services PlugtestsTM.
API Technologies Corp. announced that it has received a $3.5M new order from the Canadian Government to provide secure communication systems that will be used to satisfy mobile application security requirements.