UK-based small cell technology developer and manufacturer, ip.access, today confirmed that its Oyster 3G femto technology is powering more than 500,000 Access Points deployed live in homes, offices and mobile network hotspots worldwide.
Future Technology Devices International Limited (FTDI) has further strengthened its portfolio of USB interface IC products with the release of the FT232H USB2.0 Hi-Speed device. This versatile single channel USB to UART/FIFO interface device can be configured via EEPROM to use a variety of different serial or parallel interfaces. Bundled with FTDI's well established and proven USB device drivers, this solution enables engineers to easily add Hi-Speed USB connectivity into new and legacy peripheral designs with a minimum of design and support effort. In addition, the associated UM232H evaluation module allows engineers to quickly prototype and tests the FT232H’s suitability for incorporation into new system designs.
UK 2011 has answered the call from the UK electronics community to provide an event which focuses on all aspects of electronics supply chain, showcasing the strengths and capabilities of the UK industry. The event will focus on the latest in DESIGN, EMBEDDED, PCB and SMT technologies and much more.
IRIS 520/540 EFM SHDSL modems latest SW/FW version adds comprehensive VLAN configuration possibilities particularly for telecom operators and managed Ethernet service providers needs. Port based VLAN config includes features for VLAN double tagging (Q-in-Q) with selectable 0x8100 and 0x9100 Ethernet types. With the extended VLAN features and MTU (max Ethernet packet size) of 2047 enables even the most demanding operator applications.
The first day of Technology World in partnership with UK NanoForum at London's ExCeL experienced the largest delegation of international visitors in the event’s history. More than 1000 delegates attended day one of the two-day British technology and science showcase hosted by UK Trade & Investment