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NXP advocates power transistors could allow RF signals to be the next energy source and demonstrates RF-power applications at the IEEE International Microwave Symposium.
RS Components introduces new NXP ARM Cortex-M0 based mbed development board.
The company has announced that it has recently been awarded NXP Semiconductors’ Distributor Award for Point of Sales Growth in 2011.
Tektronix Service Solutions has announced that NXP has selected the company to provide calibration and repair services for all test and measurement instruments at its production and development sites in the Netherlands.
NXP has expanded its ARM Cortex-M0 microcontroller portfolio with the LPC1200 industrial control series.
NXP Semiconductors’ TDA18273 is a silicon tuner integrating immunity to wireless network interference.
NXP Semiconductors achieves first-ever security certification from Cryptography Research.
NXP Semiconductors’ silicon tuner addresses requirements of FTA and operator satellite STB applications.
An agreement between two companies enables new hearing devices to be realised.
NXP has announced a single chip ultra low power radio for use in hearing systems.
A multi-standard radio IC from NXP is dedicated to in-car reception and uses iBiquity’s digital radio technology.
A mobile multimedia TV-out processor enables TV output on a mobile with a standard LCD interface.
Munich-based Epcos has stated that later this year it will take over NXP Semiconductor’s RF MEMS business with a plan to develop it into a product line worth nearly €1billion.
Claiming to be the world’s fastest high-bandwidth cellular soft modem, the PNX6910 applies to consumer electronics.
PCTV brings TV to any room in the house via PCs and laptops but needs to support multiple standards.
NI and ARM collaboration results in a module aiming to simplify embedded system development.
A four-month technological trial is underway that will allow participants to approach a BART (San Francisco Bay area public transport) fare gate with a specially-equipped Sprint wireless phone and pay for their journey by tagging the phone on a reader located on top of the gate. The trial will use NXP Semiconductors’ NFC (near field communication) technology (www.nxp.com).
NXP (www.nxp.com), the independent semiconductor company founded by Philips and Sony Corporation, has announced the formation of Moversa.
Countries around the world are introducing mobile TV services, writes CAROLINE HAYES. Typically, a global demand does not mean globalisation, or even standardisation, for standards
NXP (www.nxp.com) has announced the PNX5100 video postprocessor which has proprietary Motion Accurate Picture Processing to improve the HD picture on LCD TVs. It supports high-end, flat panel screen resolutions and refresh rates inlcuding 1366 x 768 pixels at 120Hz and the next level resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels at 120Hz.