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SOI signal-processing IC fits GSM, DCS standards
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Hitachi Semiconductor (America) Inc. has introduced the HD155131TF for transmit/receive signal processing in digital cellular systems, personal communications networks and other mobile communications systems.
Flash additions serve multimedia
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Silicon Storage Technology Inc. has added three products to its 39 series Multi-Purpose Flash family.
Sub-$5 DSP handles 75 Mips
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Analog Devices Inc. has added the ADSP-2186M to its ADSP-218x family of digital signal processors.
X86-class Athlon hits 800 MHz
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Advanced Micro Devices describes its 800-MHz Athlon processor as a "seventh-generation" X86 device.
SMT connectors speed Tx
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Hirose Electric Inc. has introduced a series of parallel board-to-board surface-mounted connectors.
One low-pass filter array replaces dozen discretes
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AVX Corp. has introduced its 0612 low-pass filter array, which provides four equivalent RCR T-Filters with a dual common ground, resulting in the equivalent of eight resistors and four capacitors in one chip.
Optologic optical switch works on noncontact jobs
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The QVE00112 Optologic Optical Interrupter Switch from QT Optoelectronics is aimed at noncontact, interruption switching.
Fiber-optic line trims installation time
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Lucent Technologies said its LC family of fiber-optic small form factor connectors can slash connector installation time by more than two-thirds for fiber-to-the-desktop installations.
Vista's VME board built around PowerPC 750
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Vista Controls Corp. has launched what it says is one of the first full MIL-STD single-board computers to be based on the PowerPC 750 microprocessor.
Stackable jacks save board space
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AMP Inc. is shipping stacked modular jacks that aim to save designers space on several fronts.
Avnet posts 2Q income of $32.7M
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SBC for VMEbus said to be mezzanine-agnostic on I/O
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A single-board, PC-compatible computer for the VMEbus, the Eurocom 138 from American Eltec Inc., is agnostic regarding what mezzanine bus is best for I/O, incorporating both PC/104 and PMC expansion buses.
Slim enclosure spotlights compute density per rack
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The TR4C enclosure from I-Bus Inc. resides in a self-contained cassette only 4.4 inches wide, allowing four computer systems to be placed side by side in a standard 19-inch rack.
PC/104 board delivers dense digital I/0
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Using a pair of home-brewed 48-port ASICs, WinSystems Inc. has introduced a dense digital I/O board that packs 96 digital channels into the meager 3.6 x 3.8-inch real estate of the PC/104 form factor.
Datel, ACCES roll digital I/O for PCI buses
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The industry is beginning to see a rash of digital I/O boards emerge for different I/O density requirements and different bus structures.
National Instruments boosts controllers
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National Instruments has pumped up the speed of its latest PXI/CompactPCI embedded controllers.
Tektronix scope gains new mask tests for telecom
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With the addition of two new modules, the Tektronix TDS3000 digital phosphor oscilloscope gains new measure- ment strength.
Portable analyzer targets tests of Ethernet switches
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Ixia Communications touts the portability of its Ixia 400, a traffic generator and performance analyzer.
Meter does statistical power analysis
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The Gigatronics 8650A Series of universal power meters now can count histograms, do cumulative and complementary-cumulative distribution functions (CDF/CCDF), and handle strip charts-a boon for power measurements during the design and testing of wireless communications systems.
FIFOs deliver high-bandwidth operation
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IDT has introduced first-in, first-out (FIFO) memory devices with 72-bit word widths, which makes them some of the highest-bandwidth FIFOs in the industry.
Kenwood's dc electronic loads test to 1 kW
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The PEL series of dc electronic loads from Kenwood Test and Measuring Instruments are suitable for aging, characteristic-analysis and product life testing of switching power supplies, batteries, fuel cells and power transistors.
Sensor has flux concentrator
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GMW Associates, representing Sentron AG of Switzerland, is offering the CYH-21 Hall magnetic field sensor.
Socket carriers assist in dc/dc converter soldering
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Mill-Max Manufacturing Corp. has introduced a line of socket carriers for use with dc/dc converters.
Oscillator touts low-jitter output at 3.3 V
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MF Electronics Corp. says its M2984 oscillator is the first such device to achieve 150- to 410-MHz low-jitter output at 3.3-volt operation.
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