Nano-electronics and digital technology expert, IMEC, at the Bluetooth Asia event, demonstrated a new ultralow-power radio for IoT applications.The radio combines imec’s latest transceiver frontend, operating from a nominal supply voltage as low as 0.8V, with ARM’s qualified and silicon-proven Cordio Bluetooth low energy 5.0 digital baseband. Designed for IoT applications demanding very low power consumption, such as sensors or wearables, the solution demonstrates industry compatibility of these novel, highly energy-efficient radios.The digital transformation that is currently happening at all levels of the society is urging the need for specialty radios that have extremely low power consumption. These will be used in battery-powered IoT devices such as leave-behind sensors in infrastructure, smart wearables or even implantables. Reducing power consumption and enabling operation at low supply voltages is the key to extend lifetime of these devices, operating from low cost, single cell or even printed batteries. Arm’s heritage in low-energy IP makes them a perfect partner for imec.In the race for the low energy consumption, imec’s frontend components, such as the digital phase-tracking receiver technology have been designed to be used in next-generation Bluetooth and IEEE 802.15.4 products. They combine unparalleled low power consumption, low cost and high performance. High energy efficiency and low supply voltage operation at 0.8V is achieved while maintaining similar RX sensitivity as best-in-class products.As one of the salient characteristics, imec’s RF frontend employs a novel phase-tracking receiver to directly translate the RF input to demodulated digital data. The receiver has been implemented in 40nm CMOS and features a 3x smaller area thanks to this novel front-end architecture, further reducing device costs. For wearable or implantable devices, where the antenna impedance can vary due to changes in a device’s position or surroundings, imec has developed a sub-mW on-chip impedance detection technique that further improves receiver sensitivity and transmitter efficiency.Click here to learn more about the 0.8V Bluetooth 5.0 Transceiver.
“Almost all of our bets won medals. We will again prepare well so we can improve our performance next year,” Arca added.At the Darul Ehsan Aquatic Centre, Filipino swimmers Jerard Dominic Jacinto and Samantha Therese Coronel secured medals in 100m boys and girls backstroke.Jacinto clocked 57.72 seconds to grab silver – just .53 seconds slower than gold medalist Farrel Armandio Tangkas of Indonesia (57.25). Coronel, on the other hand, settled for bronze.When the weeklong event formally ended Wednesday, the Philippines was on sixth place with nine gold, seven silver and 20 bronze medals – a far cry from its 13-8-21 medal haul in last year’s edition in Singapore.Malaysia was the overall champion (37-34-32), followed by Indonesia (31-36-30), last year’s overall champion Thailand (19-21-31), Singapore (13-16-22), and Vietnam (13-8-6)./PN Bernalyn Bejoy (rightmost) and teammates Jessel Lumapas, Riza Jane Vallente and Divina Mahusay snag the bronze medal in the girls 4x400m relay of the 2018 ASEAN School Games in Malaysia. PHOTO COURTESY OF ADDY ARCA MANILA – Bernalyn Bejoy of Bacolod City captured her second bronze medal as the Philippines ends up on sixth place in the 2018 ASEAN School Games in Malaysia.Bejoy – along with teammates Jessel Lumapas, Riza Jane Vallente and Divina Mahusay – landed on third place in girls 4x400m relay.It was Bejoy’s second bronze medal in the tournament. She also placed third in 800m dash but failed to land a medal finish in 400m hurdles.“I am happy with what my Negrense tracksters have shown in the ASG,” said Negros team head coach Addy Arca.
No. 20 UWF earns second sweep of the weekend on ‘Pack it Pink’ night PENSACOLA, Fla. – For the second straight match the No. 20 West Florida volleyball team held their opponent to minimal offensive firepower to coast to a 3-0 sweep against Union and a victory for the annual “Pack it Pink” match Saturday.Proceeding and during the match, fans were able to bid on silent auction items donated by UWF athletic teams and various community members to raise money for breast cancer awareness. Donations were also accepted in lieu of ticket prices, of which $261.85 was raised. The West Florida women’s golf team was also recognized for donating $2,000 to the cause. The total amount of money raised, which will be determined Sunday following the close of the silent auction at the conclusion of the North Alabama match, will be donated to the Side-Out Foundation. The Argonauts (19-7, 12-1 GSC) held their second straight Gulf South Conference opponent to a .000 hitting percentage after doing the same against Christian Brothers Friday evening. Christine Bach (Jacksonville, Fla./Florida State College at Jacksonville) led the UWF offense with a career-high tying 13 kills at a .417 rate along with 10 digs for her first career double-double. Autumn Duyn (Venice, Fla./Venice HS) also had double-digit kills with 12. K.C. Dobbins (Winston-Salem, N.C./Arkansas) collected a match-high 21 assists and Colleen Starrs (West Bloomfield, Mich./Walled Lake Central HS) led the defense with 14 digs. West Florida rattled off three straight kills by Duyn and Sarah Hughey (Clemson, S.C./D.W. Daniel HS) to pad the lead 16-10 in the first set and maintained the advantage to win the set 25-18. The Bulldogs (4-20, 1-10 GSC) hung tough in the second set and tied up the score 20-20 despite being behind by as much as five points, but UWF scored the final five points-straight to claim the frame 25-20.After the Argonauts took another early lead 7-4 in the final game, Union responded with a 7-0 spree to grab just its second lead of the match 11-7. West Florida was not phased, however, and tied up the match during a 6-0 run to recapture the advantage 17-15. UWF only allowed three more points by the Bulldogs to secure the match 25-18. West Florida wraps up the three-match weekend Sunday when it hosts GSC archrival North Alabama at 1 p.m. in the UWF Fieldhouse. For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. #ARGOS# Short Box Score (Match) 2012 West Florida Volleyball Union University vs #20 West Florida (Oct 27, 2012 at Pensacola, Fla.) West Florida def. Union University 25-18,25-20,25-18 Union University (4-20, 1-10 GSC) (Kills-aces-blocks) – Mirtsching,Linsey 5-1-2; Cook,Kristen 5-0-2; Hughes,Savannah 4-0-0; Wainwright,Abby 4-0-3; Wright,Lydia 2-0-0; Baker,Mallory 1-0-3; Humphries,Jami 1-0-0; Bailey,Micaela 0-1-0; Totals 22-2-6.0. (Assists) – Wright,Lydia 12. (Dig leaders) – Seufert,Elise 15; Wright,Lydia 10 West Florida (19-7, 12-1 GSC) (Kills-aces-blocks) – Christine Bach 13-0-0; Autumn Duyn 12-1-1; Jenny Bellairs 9-0-1; KC Dobbins 3-1-0; Sarah Scott 3-1-4; Abby Timmer 2-0-1; Sarah Hughey 2-0-1; Niatha Cullen 1-0-0; Sierra Hansen 1-0-1; Maddy Lenzini 0-0-2; Totals 46-3-6.0. (Assists) – KC Dobbins 21; Sierra Hansen 17. (Dig leaders) – Colleen Starrs 14; Christine Bach 10 Site: Pensacola, Fla. (UWF Field House) Date: Oct 27, 2012 Attend: 703 Time: 1:22 Print Friendly Version West Florida raised $261.85 in door donations for the Side-Out Foundation Share
Egypt’s Mohamed Salah missed yesterday’s training session ahead of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations round of 16 as he is suffering from a cold, according to Kingfut.In a late scare for the Pharaohs, Salah may be a doubt for the round of 16 clash with South Africa as he is currently ill with a cold.The Liverpool star has had a good start to his Africa Cup of Nations campaign, scoring twice in three games, however, he has still not quite hit the heights that we all know he can achieve so far.This may be an indicator that he has been suffering from this cold for around a week, although this is currently unknown.While other players such as Trezeguet and even Ahmed Elmohamady have stepped up on the attacking side of things, Salah would be a huge miss, especially against a side with as much quality as South Africa who are arguably a cut above everyone that Egypt have faced already this summer.While reports on Salah’s condition remains closely guarded, the match is scheduled for 8pm on Saturday, July 6 at the Cairo International Stadium.RelatedINSIDE AFCON 2019: Salah Expresses Disappointment to Fans for Egypt’s Early ExitJuly 8, 2019In “AFCON”INSIDE AFCON 2019: South Africa Defeat Hosts Egypt in Unexpected TurnaroundJuly 6, 2019In “AFCON”WEEKEND PREVIEW: The BIG 7November 16, 2018In “Africa”
Rugby Union Rugby PNG has announced the appointment of Frank Gabi Jnr as the Men’s 7s Head Coach for a 24-month term from September 10, 2019. In other appointments, the Team Manager is Max Katal and the Strength and Conditioning Coach is Cecil Davani PNG Rugby Union interim chairperson Syd Yates in a statement yesterday said the interim board will appoint an offshore Assistant Coach who will be responsible for mentoring Gabi Jnr and benchmarking the Men’s 7s Program against international best practice in the sport of Rugby 7s. “Frank (Gabi Jnr) will join Robin Tarere and Sydney Wesley on the national selector’s panel for the PNG Men’s 7s Program. “There was strong international interest for the position from South Africa, Fiji, Scotland, the Netherlands, Chile, New Zealand, Malaysia and Australia.” Yates further said that the first international engagement for the PNG Men’s 7s Team will be the Oceania 7s in Suva from November 7-9. He added that this tournament marks the beginning of the campaign to qualify for the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. The task at hand for Gabi Jnr will be to work with the National Selectors in selecting a 21 man squad for the Oceania 7s. The squad shall be selected from the upcoming Men’s 7s National Provincial Championships, that will be staged in Lae from October 12-13, clarified Yates. From the squad of 21 players, 12 players will be selected to represent PNG at the Oceania 7s. Aside from being an Olympic Qualifier, this year’s Oceania 7s will also serve as the annual qualifying tournament for the Asia / Pacific leg of the World 7s Series. Teams that qualify for this leg will attend tournaments in Hamilton (New Zealand), Sydney (Australia) and Hong Kong. Participation in the Hong Kong 7s will provide an opportunity for nations like PNG to qualify for the annual 2020 / 2021 World 7s Series.
SIXTEEN softball cricket teams will compete for the top prize of $100 000) tomorrow at the Golden Fleece beach on the Essequibo Coast.Beer giant STAG Beer is hosting the event as part of Independence celebrations in the county. According to one of the organisers, each team must purchase one case of STAG Beer to qualify, with the first 16 teams gaining entry.Softball beach cricket is very popular and already among the top teams, who have signalled their intentions to participate, are Affiance, Adventure, Richmond Youths, Walton Hall, Reliance, Suddie, Golden Fleece and Charity.The fun-filled day of sports will also see after-party celebrations, as the winners along with patrons and fans will enjoy lots of added incentives from the company.A large turnout is expected as local heroes, including Patrick Ruplall, Ramesh Narine, Latchman Rohit, Vishwanauth Lall and Shivanandan Mandolall, are all expected to represent their respective teams.The 5-a-side tournament will commence at 10:00hrs and all teams are invited to be on time.The popular site is one of the many tourist attractions on the Essequibo Coast. It is known for its vast landscape of sand where in as much as 15 matches can be played simultaneously.The organisers are appealing to the sporting public to support the event in a grand way.
The German also replaced Sergio Pérez at the Racing Point team this weekend, who still has positive tests for coronavirus. During the race, Hülkenberg fell behind Max Verstappen and also Charles Leclerc of Ferrari, who drove only one stop.At the end of the fourth Leclerc race, Hülkenberg withdrew, but had to go to the pits for the third time eight laps before the finish due to the worsening condition of his tires. Because of this, he dropped to seventh place behind Alex Albon and his teammate Lance Stroll.“We were forced to stop and replace the set. I think we have some nice blisters on both rear tires. The vibrations intensified during the two or three rounds. I don’t think the tire will last. It’s a pity, we had the first half of the race under control. In the second, I switched to the second set of hard tires, it was like a completely different set of tires, “said Hülkenberg.Hülkenberg completed the first Formula 1 race since he last worked for Renault last year. Although he jumped on Silverstone for Pérez last week, technical problems did not allow him to start the race. Hülkenberg admitted that it was difficult to complete the entire race after such a long time.“Fortunately, these cars are quite close to the headrest, so quite often I could rest my head. The whole body, back muscles, even the seat around the buttocks is quite tight. It will definitely hurt me tomorrow morning, “Hülkenberg reminded of the physical demands of racing in F1.“It was a quiet race, no big fights, no safety car, but I’m grateful. I’m glad it wasn’t too busy with dramas, because it was enough the way it was, “added Hülkenberg, who still doesn’t know if he will visit Pérez in Spain next week. It will depend on the results of further tests on COVID-19.He also lost StrollLance Stroll lost his position at the end of the race, overtaken by Alexander Albon in the battle for fifth place.“I had a good start and got some positions, which put both our cars in a great position. It was fun to fight Nice and I was able to overtake him on the outside in the 6th turn, but I slowed down a bit and he was able to overtake me, “said Stroll.“Then we settled in 4th and 5th place, but it was clear that Leclerc would have a one-stop strategy, and the red bulls were very fast today.”
There have been two heavy rumours regarding Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Tanguy Ndombele in the past few days. One of them said he told José Mourinho he’ll never play under the manager again. Consequently, the player started being linked with a departure from the London side, and was said to be in talks with Paris Saint Germain.But French outlet Le10Sport comes up to dismiss all these claims today.They say they’ve spoken to Ndombele’s entourage, and first claim they ‘couldn’t confirm’ that the player had an argument with José Mourinho.The report then says there are no negotiations for the midfielder’s move to PSG for now. There are no talks or contacts for the transfer.Embed from Getty ImagesLe10Sport adds the French side are indeed looking to strengthen their midfield for next season, and even lists all the targets the club have, but none of them is Ndombele.The report claims that the rumours linking the 23-year-old to Barcelona are also false, since the Catalan side haven’t made any kind of approach.And given how much Tottenham Hotspur paid for his signing last summer and also his big salary, the outlet considers it unlikely that Ndombele will leave London this summer.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameThe Most Addictive Game of the Year 2019Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoHero WarsGetting this Treasure is impossible! Prove us wrong!Hero WarsUndo熱門話題小心會長過頭…網友推爆:「真的長得超誇張!」熱門話題UndoCoworking Space | Search AdsThe cost of shared office in Hong Kong might surprise youCoworking Space | Search AdsUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystDigitization in Banks Is No Longer About Efficiency, but Business Resilience. Don’t Get Left Behind.StanChart by CNBC CatalystUndoCNN with DBS BankWhat Banks Did To Help Corporations Mitigate Future CrisesCNN with DBS BankUndoDating.comFind out where single guys are hanging out in Tung ChungDating.comUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉（今晚試試）Keto减肥Undo
Arath Hossini, a six-year-old Iranian, is being followed on social media by world-class athletes. The kid who surprised even the real Messi with his football moves. English Premier League club Liverpool have acquired the wonder boy. Arath is currently training at Liverpool Academy in Merseyside.Six-pack body and biceps are rare in this age group. Arat, who is passionate about football, was born in Iran. Messi is nicknamed Junior Messi because he plays football in a way that is similar to his kicks. He is known as the most powerful six-year-old in the world.
Tipp begin their League campaign away to Meath before home ties against Fermanagh and Donegal. Tipperary Senior Footballers have the ground work done ahead of their first National League outing later this month.There’s a busy schedule ahead for Liam Kearns charges with the League getting underway on January 27th.Speaking on last nights Extra Time here on Tipp FM captain Conor Sweeney said much of the hard work has been done on the training grounds.