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Matsushita tips fuel cell technology
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Matsushita Battery Industrial Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of Japan’s Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd., has developed a new supply method that claims to reduce the size of a fuel cell for portable devices by 50 percent.
Precision synthesis tool added to QuickWorks FPGA development software
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QuickLogic signed an agreement with Mentor Graphics that will give its customers access to a precision synthesis tool that performs "what if" timing analysis with instant feedback.
TFT displays are sunlight readable
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Review Display Systems Ltd. offers a full range of NEC sunlight readable TFT displays, along with complete driver solutions.
350-watt front-end meets medical specs
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Lambda's NV350-FEP 350-watt front end, an extension to the company's NV power family of AC/DC power supplies, is approved for medical applications.
Digital pot interface controls volume and balance
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Maxim Integrated Products Inc.'s dual, 32-tap, audio-taper digital potentiometers feature a debounced, push-button interface for volume and balance control.
NAE recognizes creators of charge-couple device
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A pair of former Bell Laboratories engineers have been recognized by the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) for their 1969 invention of the charge-couple device (CCD), a light-sensitive component at the heart of digital cameras and other widely used imaging technologies
SMT jumpers are RoHS compliant
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Components Corporation has introduced a SJ series of ultra-low profile jumpers that are compliant to the European Union's Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directive.
PCI bus A/D board gobbles data at a whopping 1.5-Gsamples/s
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Here's news of a very fast PCI bus plug-in that boasts unprecedented storage depth. It supports uninterrupted acquisition of ultra-long bursts of wideband spectra, with continuous acquisition at up to up to 1500-Msamples/s, storing up to 16-billion samples.
Start-up claims 'flat' optic fiber could reduce LCD cost
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Israeli start-up Oree is touting flexible, flat optical fiber as a replacement for back-light units in televisions and mobile phones.
High-res optical inspection operates without a microscope
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Need to look closely at circuit boards and assemblies? Check out this LCD-based high-resolution imaging system. It offers magnification from 4X to 40X, and up to 80X with an optional 2X lens kit.
Configurable power management IC maximizes battery life
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The Summit Micro power management and control IC's configurability maximizes battery life, provides design flexibility and improves cycle time for consumer electronics.
TI's 'Hollywood' DTV chip is shipping
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Texas Instruments Inc. said initial Hollywood digital television (DTV) chips for mobile phones are now being delivered to customers who manufacture handsets. When the chips hit volume TI said it reckoned the bill of materials would be less than $10.
PoE midspans for VoIP tout lower cost per port
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Phihong's PoE midspans tout lower cost in their 1-, 8,-, 16-, and 24-port versions for VoIP—down to $20 per port versus up to $100 per port for competing devices. The midspans deliver 15.4 watts per port.
Fabless startups combine forces in consumer
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CeRoma Ltd., the developer of an ARM-based streaming processor for home entertainment consumer applications, has teamed up with Taiwan’s MStar Semiconductor Inc., a developer of display controller chips. The two companies have agreed to co-operate on joint marketing their products for use in integrated digital TV products.
Linear Technologies high power LED driver has a 3000:1 PWM dimming range
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Linear Technology introduces the LTC3783, a current-mode multi-topology converter with constant-current PWM, dimming for driving high-power LED strings and clusters.
Linear Technologies high power LED driver has a 3000:1 PWM dimming range
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Linear Technology introduces the LTC3783, a current-mode multi-topology converter with constant-current PWM, dimming for driving high-power LED strings and clusters.
Mid-range realtime scopes capture multiple signals simultaneously
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Scope maker Tektronix is rolling out new-generation hardware that eliminates tradeoffs found in many digital storage oscilloscopes between sample rate, record length, and waveform capture rate. 500-MHz, 1-GHz, and 2.5-GHz models make use of IBM SiGe semiconductors to provide sample rates of 10-Gsamples/s on four channels and realtime over-sampling on four channels, with up to 16x oversampling on one channel and 4x on four channels---simultaneously.
Low-power transmitter puts HDMI capability into mobile devices
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Silicon Image Inc. has released a discrete high-definition multimedia interface (HDMI) transmitter that is low-power and housed in a chip-scale package, two features that make it suitable for mobile devices.
High-power LED driver delivers true color
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Linear Technology's LTC3783, a current-mode multi-topology converter, features constant-current PWM, dimming for driving high-power LED strings and clusters.
Universal adapter kit eases connections
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Electronika International has introduced a universal adapter kit that includes reverse polarity and standard coaxial adapters for telecommunications and wireless systems.
LED driver shows true colors
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Linear Technology's LTC3783, a PWM LED driver that boasts a 3000:1 dimming range for high-power LED strings and clusters, uses digitally-based True Color circuitry to eliminate the color shift normally associated with traditional LED current dimming.
HDTV video system chip has dual video processors, RISC
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At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nev. Silicon Image, Inc. rolled out its SiI 8200 video processor for digital audio playback, photo display, and video recording applications in next generation mass market high definition TV
G.984-compliant transceiver features clock and data recovery
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Applied Micro Circuits Corp.'s G.984-compliant transceiver with clock and data recovery puts the chip maker into the burgeoning Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON) market. The S3157 is designed to perform parallel-to-serial and serial-to-parallel conversion, clock generation, and system timing.
PWM controller offers extra flexibility
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Touting a high degree of design flexibility, Intersil's ISL6420A PWM controller offers programmable switching frequency, programmable soft start, external compensation, a wide DC input (4-28 volts) to support a broad variety of applications, and two package choices.
Cornice launches smaller portable disk drive
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Miniature disk drive provider Cornice Inc. has added the "Dragon" series of micro hard drives to its range, available in 8- and 10-gigabyte storage capacities.
Zetex appoints Rohrer as CEO
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The former head of National Semiconductor in Europe, Hans Rohrer, is to take over early next month as chief executive officer of British discrete component and power management device specialist Zetex.
Analog switch targets mobile applications
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Texas Instruments Inc. claims low total harmonic distortion and very low crosstalk make this single-pole, double-throw analog switch suited for mobile applications.
LSI Logic debuts application processor
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LSI Logic Corp. has developed a low-power, 3D-capable application processor architecture, based on ARM’s technology.
Intuitive UML and code generation tool is quick, agile and extreme
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1/2/2006   Post a comment
For developers who want a way to move into high level system design languages such as the unified modeling language, Excel Software has just begun shipping QuickUML 2.0 for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
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