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Laurence Marchini

Laurence Marchini, Editor, writes:

We see from your search that you're looking for information on the term "DRP", and we have a large number of manufacturers' news releases and technical articles here on Electronicstalk which will be of interest. Let me be your guide.

Start with the news release Chinese handsets take low-cost single-chip route from Texas Instruments (April 2006-), which we summarised at the time by saying "Lenovo has used TI's scalable LoCosto solution to deliver a range of low-cost handsets". Several months prior to that, we featured the news release Single-chip handset platform cuts multimedia costs from Texas Instruments (April 2006-): "Texas Instruments has announced a new OMAP-Vox single-chip solution to foster development of lower-cost multimedia-rich feature phones".

In June 2006, we covered the news from Texas Instruments (April 2006-) - take a look at 45nm process set to sample in 2007 which says: "A 45nm manufacturing process uses 'wet' lithography to double the number of ICs produced on each silicon wafer, increase processing performance and reduce power consumption".

Take a look also at the news release from Texas Instruments (April 2006-), RF platform brings three radios together, as well as Changing wireless landscape explained from Texas Instruments (April 2001-March 2006), and Bluetooth and FM coexist in harmonious RF chip from Texas Instruments (April 2001-March 2006).

See also:

Single-chip receivers cut handset TV down to size (January 2006)
Broadcast digital TV can now be delivered into the cellphones of millions of consumers worldwide while maintaining low cost, long battery life and attractive phone size

Krenik looks to emerging economies for growth (November 2005)
Dr Bill Krenik, Manager of Advanced Wireless Architectures for Texas Instruments' Wireless Terminals Business Unit, delivered a keynote address at the World Handset Forum in San Diego, California

Single-chip provides assisted GPS (November 2005)
Texas Instruments has introduced the industry's first single-chip assisted global positioning system (A-GPS) solution in 90nm process technology for mobile phones

Summit addresses Chinese wireless expansion (October 2005)
Managers and engineers from leading wireless device manufacturers and operators in China are meeting today to discuss the state of China's wireless industry

Chinese manufacturer finds low-cost route to 2.5G (October 2005)
TI's 2.5G wireless platform is being used by leading Chinese manufacturer TCL Communication Technology for developing affordable 2.5G handsets

Cheng outlines driving forces (June 2005)
Wireless communications and digital entertainment are the new driving forces in consumer electronics, says Terry Cheng, president of Texas Instruments Asia

TI boasts mobile Wi-Fi dominance (May 2005)
Texas Instruments reckons it is is leading the industry in the evolving mobile Wi-Fi marketplace, illustrated by the more than 20 TI WLAN-enabled mobile devices shipping today

Driving 3G technology to the masses (March 2005)
Texas Instruments Incorporated's Wireless Terminals Business Unit, detailed in a Tokyo press conference how TI's 3G technology is being widely adopted worldwide

Single-chip solutions drive voice over WLAN (March 2005)
TI's new WiLink mobile wireless LAN (mWLAN) platform includes single-chip solutions to drive voice over WLAN (VoWLAN) into mainstream mobile phones

Advanced 65nm CMOS process comes on stream (March 2005)
Texas Instruments is delivering fully functional wireless digital baseband devices from its advanced 65nm CMOS process technology

Protocol stack to enhance Bluetooth offerings (February 2005)
Texas Instruments has enhanced its Bluetooth technology portfolio by licensing the Bluetooth protocol stack and profiles suite from Extended Systems

Nokia to adopt single-chip RF device (January 2005)
Nokia is to incorporate a single-chip solution based on TI's digital RF processor (DRP) technology to its future mobile phones

SIngle chip for Bluetooth (November 2004)
Texas Instruments has introduced a claimed industry-first single-chip Bluetooth wireless networking solution using advanced 90nm process technology

News on the DRP architecture from Texas Instruments (April 2001-March 2006) (February 2004)
A radical new approach to wireless chip design applies digital technology to greatly simplify RF processing and dramatically cut the cost and power consumption of wireless transmission and reception

News on the DRP144-1, DRP288-1 and DRP600-1 from Lambda (July 2001)
Lambda has added three new models to its popular DRP series of DIN-rail mounted power supplies: the DRP144-1, DRP288-1 and DRP600-1

News on the DRP-960 switched mode power supplies from Lambda (February 2000)
The new DRP-960 is the latest and most powerful member of the DRP family of high performance switched mode power supplies

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