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Schottky rectifier meets cost, size needs for low-power applications
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Philips Semiconductor introduces the VF PMEG1020EV Schottky rectifier that provides 2 A continuous current capability and improved efficiency in a SOT666 packages. It helps reduce system cost and size in all low-power and high-efficiency applications.
VCSEL sub-assembly achieves 2.5 Gb/s data rate
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Optek Technology's 850nm VCSEL targets high-speed communications links in fiber optic test equipment.
GaAs LNA spans 17 to 26 GHz
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The HMC517 from Hittite Microwave can be easily be integrated into hybrid or MCM assemblies due to its small size.
Flash Microcontrollers offer extremely low power consumption
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Renesas Technology announced the H8/38076RF group, its latest family of low voltage flash microcontrollers
AMD unveils media processor, teams with TiVo for DVRs
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AMD has unveiled a system-on-chip (SoC) solution for portable media players that supports direct video content transfer to digital video recorders and scaling to DVD-quality displays. At the same time, AMD is partnering with TiVo to support its DVR initiative.
Up/downconverter mixer offers high linearity and low noise for 2.5/3G basestations
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Maxim's MAX2039 integrates many discrete components, resulting in a 2.5x reduction in board space and 33% reduction in component count as compared to previous solutions.
LSI Logic to launch a new DVD recorder chip set
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Logic Corp. has solidified its position as the global leader DVD recorder chips with the introduction of a new DVD recorder chip set.
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