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Test tool suite targets scan
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10/18/2001   Post a comment
Asset InterTech has unveiled Scanworks-EL, a test development system for those new to boundary scan. The boundary-scan test and in-system programming environment is said to maintain many of the diagnostic capabilities of the ScanWorks Test Development Station, using the same hardware access module, the PCI-100.
Crucial moves into Type I CompactFlash storage
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10/18/2001   Post a comment
Moving beyond its roots in DRAM, Crucial Technology will offer Type I CompactFlash memory cards in 8-Mbyte, 16-Mbyte, 32-Mbyte, 48-Mbyte, 64-Mbyte, 96-Mbyte and 128-Mbyte densities.
Intel rolls out dual-processor SBC
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10/18/2001   Post a comment
Intel Corp. last week launched a single-board computer designed for memory-hungry datacom and telecom applications.
OWL fiber-optic power meters take flight
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10/11/2001   Post a comment
Fiber OWL Optical Power Meters from Extech Instruments measure over a wide 75-dB dynamic range with +0.15-dB accuracy and 0.01-dB resolution.
Fast PC/104 module rolls
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VersaLogic Corp. has launched a high-speed data acquisition and control module for PC/104 systems.
Flash MCUs include DSP engines
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Windows fit for real-time
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Data Translation Inc.'s RTX driver and library function for the DT300 and DT3010 Series PCI data acquisition boards enable developers to extend the Windows platform as a high-performance real-time operating system.
Dual Pentium III SBC hits 1 GHz
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10/11/2001   Post a comment
A dual-slot, dual Pentium III processor-based single-board computer from VMIC has a 133-MHz system bus offering processor speeds up to 1 GHz.
Supply offers 25 outputs
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10/11/2001   Post a comment
HiTek Power has added a 1-to-1.6 kilowatt model to its HiFlex series of configurable modular ac/dc power systems that can be quickly assembled from an essentially off-the-shelf design, thus eliminating the engineering costs and long lead-times associated with custom power supplies.
Stanford Research spins signal analyzer
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10/11/2001   Post a comment
The SR785 FFT analyzer from Stanford Research Systems is suitable for applications involving modal analysis, machine diagnostics, vibration testing, control systems design and acoustic measurements.
Flash chip is a speed reader
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TI's 16-bit flash MCUs eye utility meters
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10/4/2001   Post a comment
Texas Instruments Inc. has added two models to its MSP430 line of low-power, 16-bit flash microcontrollers (MCUs) for cost-sensitive, battery-powered measurement applications such as utility meters, intelligent sensing and portable instrumentation.
PC/104+ SBC has Elan CPU
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Adapter ports flash to IDE
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IBM powers servers with Power4
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