March 2004
Portable Design;Mar2004, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p46
Several innovations in the wireless technology industry, as of March 2004, were discussed in this article. These products can be used by wireless technology product designers. The Agilent Technologies Semiconductor Products Group has introduced its ACMD-7401 film bulk acoustic resonator duplexer which can be used in handsets, data cards and other wireless products operating in the U.S. The Cypress Semiconductor company has introduced the 2.4 gigahertz radio system-on-a-chip, WirelessUSB LR which provides an alternative to complex and costly wireless networking solutions. The Linear Technology company has introduced the LT3436 3-A, 800-kilohertz step-up direct current-direct current converter which lets designers keep switching noise out of noise-sensitive circuitry.


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