• Rio Forge Sport 512MB MP3 Player Teardown

    MP3 player, 512M Bytes of storage, Mini USB interface with full-size USB connector, Monochrome display, FM radio, and uses 1 AAA battery.

  • Samsung SGH-E710 Mobile Phone Teardown

    - Dual-Band GSM / GPRS (8), Camera (VGA/CMOS) with flash, OLED secondary display (16 shade grayscale), NO bluetooth.

  • Motorola C975 Mobile Phone Teardown

    3G UMTS/W-CDMA/Tri-band GSM phone with 1.9 TFT 176x220 65K Color Screen, Dual VGA cameras, MMC Memory Expansion slot with a focus on media player and streaming video capabilities.

  • Coship CDVB2300A Set-Top Box Teardown

    Low-End Digital Satellite Receiver. Coship model CDVB2300A. This has an exteremely simple and low-end architecture revolving primarily around another ST Micro OMEGA audio/video processor (Sti5518).

  • Sagem myV-55 Mobile Phone Teardown

    Entry-level candybar form, triband GSM, VGA/CMOS camera phone with 64 channel polyphonic ringtones.

  • HTC XDAIII Mobile Phone Teardown

    PDA phone (slide out format with QWERTY keyboard) w/ quad band GSM/GPRS (there is a CDMA version for the Chinese market - China Unicom CU928 Pocket PC Phone), 3.5 TFT/LTPS screen with touchscreen, 400MHz processor, Wi-Fi (802.11b), Bluetooth, VGA Camera, S

  • Motorola DCT2524-1612 Set-Top Box Teardown

    Entry-level cable box DCT2524-1612 is a derivative of Motorola 2500 series - this one for Comcast subscribers Per Motorola the 2500 series is 'the world's most widely deployed digital cable set-top box' Broadcom core a/v processor defines the boxMarketing

  • Sagem myX-7 Mobile Phone Teardown

    - Triband GSM phone, w/ 2 65K color TFT 128x160 resolution screen, CCD/VGA camera (no flash), USB/IrDA connectivity.

  • Motorola A760 Mobile Phone Teardown

    Linux / Java based PDA phone from Motorola (billed as world's first Linux/JAVA based PDA phone)

  • Motorola E398 Mobile Phone Teardown

    - Candybar, tri-band GSM with VGA/CMOS Camera w/Flash, Bluetooth connectivity, external memory capable, and stereo speakers.

  • Nokia 6230 Mobile Phone Teardown

    Main Features - Candybar, tri-band GSM with VGA/CMOS Camera, FM Stereo Radio and Bluetooth, IrDA and USB connectivity.

  • Siemens S55 Mobile Phone Teardown

    This phone shares many of the core circuit components with other Siemens models, such as the Infineon PMB7850 single-chip baseband processor IC and the Htachi RF Transceiver.

  • Sony Ericsson P900 Mobile Phone Teardown

    Second generation update to Sony Ericsson P800 utilizing Philips Nexperia based mobile multimedia processor.

  • Cablecom VCM02 Cable Modem Teardown

    Based on Broadcom chipsets for both the tuner front end (BCM3415 / BCM3401) and broadband DSP/ modem/ interface (BCM3341 / BCM3348).

  • Nokia 3100 Mobile Phone Teardown

    Design is not groundbreaking in comparison with other models analyzed recently.

  • Siemens A55 Mobile Phone Teardown

    The Siemens A55 phone is similar in many aspects to other models previously analyzed (A56, S55, and C60) and shares a lot of commonality of parts and construction with these models.

  • Siemens C60 Mobile Phone Teardown

    Uses tri-band Front End Module (FEM), which includes antenna switch module and 3 RX RF SAW filters. Typically highest level of integration has been dual-band FEM and tri-band FEMS are newer to the market.

  • Siemens MC60 Mobile Phone Teardown

    This phone is internally identical to the C60 previously analyzed with the addition of the camera and image processing circuitry.

  • Samsung SGH-Z105 Mobile Phone Teardown

    Samsung's first 3G phone. Oddly featuring no wireless connectivity such as Bluetooth or IrDA - only wired data cable (USB & RS232) external connectivity.

  • Verizon PC5220 Data Card Teardown

    Wireless Data Communications Card for remote connection via CDMA wireless network.

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