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Efficiency of step-up dc/dc converter reaches 97 percent
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Linear Technology's LT3401 synchronous step-up (2.6- to 5-volt) dc/dc converter operates from an input as low as 0.85 V (single alkaline cell) and delivers more than 500 mA with an efficiency of up to 97 percent.
Fairchild introduces dual analog CMOS bus switch
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Fairchild Semiconductor International's Interface and Logic Group has added the NC7WB66K8, a dual analog CMOS bus switch, to its "TinyLogic" family.
Phased-array controller boosts dc/dc performance
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A single-chip phased-array controller (PAC) from Vicor Corp. is said to enhance the performance of the company's second-generation dc/dc converters in large arrays.
Motion-control chip set handles stepping motors
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Performance Motion Devices Inc. has launched its Navigator chip set for controlling brushed and brushless servo motors and microstepping motors.
PLL clock drivers reduce external component count
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Pericom Semiconductor Corp. has added two devices to its phase-lock-loop (PLL) clock-driver family for servers, workstations, networking and telecom applications.
Adaptec ASIC is Ultra320-ready
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Burr-Brown adds 16-bit D/As
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Transimpedance amp suits Sonet
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Dc/dc line eyes DSPs, ASICs
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Switchers extend options
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Designing by computer
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Triac-diac eyes motor control
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Pulizzi aims PDU at IT gear
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SCR modules are isolated
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Avnet seeks funds for VEBA buy
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'Wide-pull' VCXO unveiled
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