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EETimes Europe
The semiconductor content within wearable devices will generate a market worth $9 billion in 2019, according to market analysis company, The Information Network (New Tripoli, Pennsylvania).
Analog Devices's SHARC® 214xx family of processors is the company’s first line of digital signal processors to be certified by Dolby Laboratories, Inc. for the decoding of Dolby® Atmos® content.
Market analysts give all semiconductor companies high hopes as long as they can fit their silicon into wearable applications, promised to sell in the tens of millions of units across the fitness, healthcare, infotainment and military markets.
Lattice Semiconductor’s MachXO3L instant-on, non-volatile FPGAs unveiled at Embedded World offer a simple bridging solution between legacy designs and processors and evolving connectivity interfaces such as LVDS displays, MIPI CSI-2, DSI and others.
Rohm’s latest sound processors for volume and tone adjustment in audio devices, including car audio systems (BD37033FV, BD37034FV, BD37068FV) and AV receivers (BD34701KS2), feature a special RF noise removal function developed using proprietary analogue technologies.