• A Better Mobile POS

    A Better Mobile POS with Empathy and Lattice

    Posted 6/20/2017 by Yoshihiro Nakamura, Director of Device Development at Empathy

    Portable, battery powered Point of Sale/Service (POS) devices were originally only used by delivery truck drivers. However, today’s fast-paced lifestyle and an ever-increasing focus on customer satisfaction have driven the proliferation of mobile POS devices into the hands of retail workers, restaurant servers, rental car agents, and many others. These new systems allow businesses to checkout customers whenever they are ready, wherever they are. These unique use cases created a new set of...

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  • A “Snappy” Solution for Video Docking

    A “Snappy” Solution for Video Docking

    Posted 4/11/2017 by Neil Bullock

    Lattice’s SiBEAM Technology Group has developed SiBEAM Snap, a revolutionary wireless connection technology that delivers USB 3.0 (5 Gb/s) data over a short wireless link. It replaces the USB connector and cable. But it can’t deliver video, can it? Oh yes, it can! Let’s explore how video is traditionally delivered today and how audio, video and data can all be delivered over a Snap wireless connection. Video over USB The Universal Serial Bus is truly universal in consumer elec...

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  • Projecting the Future of Wireless

    Projecting the Future of Wireless

    Posted 9/27/2016 by Peiju Chiang

    Across the consumer electronics landscape, wires have fallen out of fashion. Cellular coverage and Wi-Fi are everywhere. Wireless headphones are not only gaining popularity amongst audio brands, but also smartphone manufacturers.

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  • 60 GHz Infrastructure Approaches the Tipping Point

    60 GHz Infrastructure Approaches the Tipping Point

    Posted 4/26/2016 by Neil Bullock

    Very high capacity, robustness to interference, short range (but just long enough!), license-free: these are the characteristics that make the 60 GHz band ideal for wireless networks in dense urban environments. So why has networking in the 60 GHz band not been widely adopted?

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  • Lattice Semiconductors

    60 GHz Technology Makes Waves at CES 2016

    Posted 2/3/2016 by Jean-Marc Laurent

    In the depths of winter, with glitter from New Year celebrations still being cleaned off the streets, nearly 4,000 exhibitors descended upon Las Vegas. Starting your year with CES has become an annual rite of passage for consumer electronics companies, and with more than 20,000 products it looks like CES 2016 was another record setting show.

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  • Humanity of OPEX Reduction

    The Humanity of OPEX reduction (or how not to fry an egg on a rooftop)

    Posted 9/18/2015 by Neil Bullock

    Over the summer, we’ve been testing implementations of a variety of outdoor backhaul link technologies, including our own. This testing process involved the set-up of links in a number of locations, including rooftops.

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  • 5 Reasons to Go Connector Free

    5 Reasons to Go Connector Free

    Posted 6/29/2015 by Bill Huang

    In a world ripe with new and ever-advancing technology, our mobile devices have become an integral part of our everyday lives. Maintaining connection and organization in a busy and technologically advanced environment is made exponentially easier through mobile products. However, these handy little devices, while useful, are rather high maintenance.

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  • 60GHz

    60GHz – Breaking Through the Barriers

    Posted 5/28/2015 by David Kuo

    Market research estimates that the number of internet-connected devices will reach 25 billion units by 2020. That is three times the global population as estimated by the UN. Between smartphones and connected home appliances streaming 4K video or sending simple temperature settings, the world will be more connected and sooner than everyone of us expects.

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  • Wireless Backhaul

    May a Thousand Small Cells Bloom

    Posted 5/28/2015 by Neil Bullock

    We may be a few samples short of declaring a trend, but outdoor small cells appear to have started their (long-anticipated) emergence from concept into deployment.

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