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23. When trying to verify parameterizable RTL, use Specman to read in generics or parameters and then self configure the E testbenches and tests to appropriate configurations. This may involve the components or testbenches actually building” signal string names themselves based on the detected configuration.

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23. When trying to verify parameterizable RTL, use Specman to read in generics or parameters and then self configure the E testbenches and tests to appropriate configurations. This may involve the components or testbenches actually building” signal string names themselves based on the detected configuration.

Since W-CDMA will require a new rollout in a new spectrum band, panelists said it would take time to establish coverage across Europe. W-CDMA will be limited to 30 to 40 percent of the coverage,” said Klaus Kohrt, vice president of strategic product management at Siemens.

One reason why W-CDMA will be limited is the spectrum it uses. By operating in the 2 GHz range, W-CDMA systems will operate at shorter ranges than existing cellular systems operating in the 900 MHz band in Europe. That shorter range could require carriers to roll out three times the number of base stations now used in existing 900-MHz GSM systems. That possibility would create real cost questions in the short term, said Mika Kahkola, head of GSM/EDGE BSS marketing and sales at Nokia.

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GSM won't go away for a long time,” Bamburak said. Therefore EDGE is going to happen.”

To make it happen, infrastructure and handsets must be available. Infrastructure vendors are already delivering EDGE to the market. Hundreds of thousands of EDGE-capable base station transceiver systems have shipped between 2000 and 2002,” said Alan Hadden, president of the Global Mobile Suppliers Association.

While handsets aren't as readily available, Ericsson and Nokia have both prepped products for the market. Chipsets are also coming. Analog Devices and Philips have EDGE-capable chipsets available now. Texas Instruments, Skyworks and RF Micro Devices are also working on EDGE-enabled chip offerings.

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San Diego – TRDA Inc., the U.S.-based R&D arm of Taiyo Yuden Co. Ltd., has developed a tiny ceramic-chip antenna for emerging ultrawideband applications. Traditionally used in military applications, UWB is seen as the next-generation short-range wireless communications technology for simultaneous high data rates and low power consumption.

We want to drive the deployment of Ethernet from the traditional areas in the enterprise all the way into new applications,” he said.

We think the market is very much on its way to adopting Gigabit across all platforms, and the next big step will be gaining additional bandwidth with 10Gigabit.”

The PRO/1000 CT desktop connection works in tandem with Intel's soon-to-be-released Springdale and Cant-erwood chipsets to double the performance attainable on a desktop PC using a Gigabit Ethernet connection, according to Dunn. The device uses the company's new Communications Streaming Architecture to connect directly to the memory controller hub of the chipsets, he said.

The PRO/10GbE LR adapter is a network interface card designed for servers. Previously, 10Gbit/s Ethernet technology was employed to interconnect switches, primarily in supercomputing environments, but had not been used to connect switches to servers that tend to LANs in lower layers of the network, Dunn said.

The PRO/100 adapter can accommodate the growing number of large-scale systems and bandwidth-hungry applications such as imaging, data mirroring, and supercomputing, he said.

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