Category Archive: technology standard

Feb 19 2013

Throw the Power Cord Away – USB Power Delivery Breaks the Limitation


Due to its easy usability, convenient size and reasonable cost, USB is one of the most ubiquitous transmission interfaces in modern life. No matter at home or in office, people rely on USB to transmit data for TVs, notebooks, smart phones, tablets, desktops, printers or even In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) System in cars all the time.

Jan 23 2013

SLOC™ Seamlessly Streams Digital Networked IP Surveillance


According to In-Stat’s report in 2011, the revenue of networked IP surveillance market will reach more than 15 billions in 2014 and the market will turn to IP and High Definition (HD) equipments soon. In the past, digital IP video might encounter transmission delay caused by network bandwidth, temporary storage from video decoder and other …

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Jan 09 2012

Develop with Bluetooth Technology, You Must Know The Basics of Bluetooth Certification & Bluetooth SIG


    The previous article had been introduced the new technologies of Bluetooth v3.0 + HS and Bluetooth v4.0 + LE, so we will realize that Bluetooth wireless technology is making big breakthroughs in new markets. Next, let’s see how the Bluetooth SIG can help your company find new opportunities for your products. Basically, the …

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Sep 26 2011

Standard Program Recent Update (1): HDMI and WHQL


Clarification to HDMI Adopted Trademark and Logo Usage Guidelines For those Adopters who want to ensure the way of getting HDMI royalty discounted rate (which is $0.05 per unit sold), HDMI Licensing, LLC has recently released a statement to clarify its guidelines. In Attachment B of the Adopter Agreement, it is indicated that Adopter must …

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Aug 23 2011

To Look at Developing Point of Technology Standardization from New Technology – TransferJet as the Example


  In our daily life, many different techniques are applied on countless electronic products to render its function. If those techniques are self-developed by each individual company, it is highly possible to limit the industry’s evolvement and the technique’s further advancement. To avoid the hydra-headed situation, the concept of“technology standardization”is thus given birth to universalize …

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