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DSP Group | Date: 2014-06-09

A method for transferring messages to wireless communication device, the method may include receiving, by an intermediate device, from a upstream device, a certain message awaiting indication that is indicative that a certain message is waiting to be sent to a certain wireless communication device; detecting, by the intermediate device, that the certain wireless communication device is in a wireless communication facilitating mode; requesting the certain wireless communication device, to re-enter the wireless communication facilitating mode at a certain time frame; retrieving the certain message from the upstream device; detecting, by the intermediate device, that the certain wireless communication device re-entered the wireless communication facilitating mode at the certain time frame; and wirelessly transmitting the certain message to the certain wireless communication device.

A method that includes operating a base station at a first operational mode thereby preventing the base station from a periodically transmitting a beacon; detecting, by the base station, a transmission from a first wireless communication device; determining, by the base station and in response to the transmission from the first wireless communication device, whether to continue operating in the no emission mode or to enter a emission mode during which the base station is allowed to transmit the beacon; and entering the second operational mode, if it is determined to enter the second operational mode, and sending the beacon to the first wireless communication device.

A device, comprising a first interpolator that is configured to (a) receive, at a first clock rate, a first signal having a first sampling rate and (b) output, at a second clock rate, a second signal having a first desired sampling rate average; wherein the first interpolator comprises: a first buffer for storing the first signal; and a first fractional sampling ratio circuit that is configured to generate a first pattern of fixed point values, wherein an average value of the first pattern corresponds to a first desired sampling rate ratio between the first desired sampling rate average and the first sampling rate.

A novel and useful radio frequency (RF) front end module (FEM) circuit that provides high linearity and power efficiency and meets the requirements of modern wireless communication standards such as 802.11 WLAN, 3G and 4G cellular standards, Bluetooth, ZigBee, etc. The configuration of the FEM circuit permits the use of common, relatively low cost semiconductor fabrication techniques such as standard CMOS processes. The FEM circuit includes a power amplifier made up of one or more sub-amplifiers having high and low power circuits and whose outputs are combined to yield the total desired power gain. An integrated multi-tap transformer having primary and secondary windings arranged in a novel configuration provide efficient power combining and transfer to the antenna of the power generated by the individual sub-amplifiers.

A scheme is described to switch the power supply to the MEMS microphone on and off in a cyclic manner that is synchronized with the associated ADC sampling rate. In this way the MEMS microphone amplifier, whether it is a J-FET transistor or an operational amplifier, is off most of the cycle time, and is turned on only for a few micro-seconds prior to the sample-and-hold timing of the ADC device. By this method, the average power consumption of an existing analog MEMS microphone can be reduced by a factor of 10 or more.

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