Bluetooth Gaining Momentum
- SYNOPSYS/SILICON WAVE CREATE BLUETOOTH WIRELESS SOLUTION. // Computer Protocols;Nov2002, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p1
Announces the collaboration of Silicon Wave Inc. and Synopsis Inc. to optimize the DesignWare BlueIQ Core integrated circuit design for use with the SiW1701 Bluetooth Radio Modem.
- Chips, Anyone? Fee, Robert // Wireless Week;12/18/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 50, p48
Focuses on the cost of manufacturing silicon chips essential to the Bluetooth process. Price of a single chip; Development of a low-cost method for creating the devices; Forecast on Bluetooth-related revenue by 2006.
- The Real Wi-Fi and Centrino Experience. Hunn, Nick // Electronic News;3/24/2003, Vol. 49 Issue 12, pN.PAG
Focuses on the 2003 CeBit integrated circuits trade show in Hannover, Germany. Products exhibited during the show; Change in focus to the way handset features are being promoted; Information on bluetooth technology.
- BROADCOM BLUTONIUM RADIO COMBINES WITH QUALCOMM MSM CHIPSET. // Modem Users News;Oct2003, pN.PAG
Introduces the Blutonium BCM2004 Bluetooth radio chip from Broadcom Corp. Features of the chip; Information on Broadcom's Blutonium product family; Availability of the chip; Information on the company.
- Developer claims 30 wins with Bluetooth single chip. // Electronics Weekly;6/19/2002, Issue 2057, p6
Reports that Bluetooth technology developer Zeevo claims to have achieved several design wins in the six months since it launched its Bluetooth single chip in 2002. Dimensions of the chip; Number of employees of the company; Expansion forecast.
- Living in a wireless wonderland. Prophet, Graham // EDN;06/05/2000, Vol. 45 Issue 12, p79
Reports on the integrated circuits industry's development of Bluetooth products. Goal of wireless interconnection in the telecommunications industry; Forecast of an expansion of the Bluetooth-enabled device market; Importance of receiver sensitivity in determining operating range.
- TI commits to $5 Bluetooth chip set. Cravotta, Nicholas // EDN;10/26/2000, Vol. 45 Issue 22, p26
Reports on the step taken by Texas Instruments Inc. to bring down the price of the Bluetooth chip set to $5. Use of a 0.18-mu-meter process and ROM; Integration with the software stack; Functions of the product's controller.
- BLUETOOTH FROM TEXAS. Prophet, Graham // EDN Europe;Nov2000, Vol. 45 Issue 11, p20
Introduces the BSN6030 and TRF6001, coded integrated circuits for Bluetooth technology from Texas Instruments. Inclusion of a read only memory-baseband processor; Level of the software stack carried by the BSN6030; Sensitivity level of the TRF6001; Options for product packages.
- Bluetooth-IC testing meets chip design. Woo, Howard // EDN;05/03/2001, Vol. 46 Issue 10, p77
Focuses on the effectiveness of Bluetooth-integrated circuit test for chip design. Components of Bluetooth system; Importance of test modes for validation and production-test development.