2. SnowFish module: support AM/FM with Bluetooth,
3. BigFish module: support FM/DAB/DAB+ with Bluetooth, and
4. GoldFish module: support AM/FM/DAB/DAB+ with Bluetooth.
Live demonstration of world’s first BRW speaker with a 2.4” TFT panel which can display color DAB SLS will be held at KeyStone’s meeting room at IFA 2012.
KeyStone is a Bluetooth SIG member and its FISH modules are certified by Apple MFi. Products employing BigFish are available at Apple Store. Samples and demo units are available for ordering. For more information on KeyStone’s digital radio single-chip modules and BRW technology, please contact KeyStone at contact(at)keystonesemi(dot)com.
KeyStone Semiconductor Corp. is a technical innovator and leader in wireless digital radio semiconductor. Company is dedicated to providing a series of low-power and low-cost digital radio IC family for today’s multimedia broadcasting market demands. Newly introduced FISH modules with patent-awarded Bluetooth Radio Wizard technology work across all radio platforms such as AM, FM, DAB, DAB+ and HD Radio, with upcoming support for the international Digital Radio Mondiale standard (DRM30/DRM+).
KeyStone products enable the delivery of the enriched analog and digital multimedia contents to home and mobile environments. Company provides the industry with the lowest-cost system-on-a-chip turn-key solutions to manufacturers of analog and digital broadcasting access products and portable devices.
Company is headquartered in the Science-Based Industrial Park, Taiwan, and has offices and facilities in North America and in China. KeyStone can be contacted at +886.3.666.2756 or at contact(at)keystonesemi(dot)com.
KeyStone Semiconductor Corp.
2nd Floor, 62 Park Avenue 2,
Science-Based Industrial Park,
Hsinchu, Taiwan 300
About Fraunhofer IIS
Founded in 1985 the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS in Erlangen, today with more than 750 staff members, ranks first among the Fraunhofer Insti- tutes concerning headcount and revenues. As the main inventor of mp3 and univer- sally credited with the co-development of AAC audio coding standard, Fraunhofer IIS has reached worldwide recognition. It provides research services on contract basis and technology licensing.
The research topics are: Audio and video source coding, multimedia realtime systems, digital radio broadcasting and digital cinema systems, integrated circuits and sensor systems, design automation, wireless, wired and optical networks, localization and navigation, imaging systems and nanofocus X-ray technology, high- speed cameras, medical sensor solutions and supply chain services. The budget of more than 95 million Euro is mainly financed by projects from industry, the service sector and public authorities. Less than 25 percent of the budget is subsidized by federal and state funds.
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