17 May '13, 4pm

Renesas signs with IMEC for short-range radio research

Renesas signs with IMEC for short-range radio research 5/17/2013 11:58 AM EDT LONDON – Renesas Electronics is researching ultra-low power (ULP) short-range wireless technologies in collaboration with IMEC (Leuven, Belgium), targeting sensor networks for automotive and industrial purposes. Researchers from Renesas will reside at the Holst Centre in Eindhoven, Netherlands, which is part of IMEC's European network and join an established ULP wireless systems program. Renesas and IMEC engineers will work on multi-standard radios for battery-operated and energy-harvested portable devices, said IMEC. IMEC claimed that its radios are compliant with Bluetooth Low Energy and ZigBee in the 2.4-GHz band and consume between 30 and 10 percent of commercial equivalents. "After five years of successful collaboration in our Green Radio program, we are pleased that prominent semiconductor ...

Full article: http://www.eetimes.com/design/industrial-control/4414622/...

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