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SiBeam readies 2nd gen Wireless HD chip
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10/6/2009   Post a comment
SiBeam, a pioneer in 60GHz chips for wireless video networking, is demonstrating its second generation chipsets based on the WirelessHD specification at this week's CEATEC Japan exhibition.
Spartan-6 achieves PCIe 1.1 compliance
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10/6/2009   Post a comment
Xilinx said its low-cost Spartan-6 FPGA family achieved compliance with the PCI Express 1.1 specification.
SOFTWARE TOOLS - Carbon Model Studio automates AXI Interconnect Model Creation
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10/5/2009   Post a comment
Carbon Design Systems offers Carbon Model Studio for the creation of implementation-accurate models of AMBA interconnect fabric.'The new software enables 100 percent accurate models to be generated automatically from implementation RTL code.
100W audio amplifier IC claims superior efficiency at high and low outputs
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10/5/2009   7 comments
Audium AS1001 claims to overcome drawback of conventional Class D approach
Ismosys adds analog mixed signal IC capability from ZMDi
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Ismosys adds analogue mixed signal IC capability from ZMDi high temperature, high voltage, ultra low power ASICs and ASSPs.
CAP-XX updates study comparing xenon flash and high-power LED BriteFlash
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10/2/2009   Post a comment
CAP-XX Limited has published an updated study comparing flash solutions for camera phones - xenon, standard LEDs powered by a battery, and high-current LEDs powered by a supercapacitor using the company's BriteFlash power architecture.
Joint venture to address digital identity applications
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10/2/2009   Post a comment
Smart card vendor Giesecke & Devrient GmbH (Munich) plans to launch a joint venture with Phison Electronics Corp. (Hsinchu, Taiwan) aiming at the growing market for applications in which digital proofs of identity are requested. With the move, G&D intends to serve the growing need for secure electronic communication and transaction.
Texas Instruments : 200-mA regulators have auto low-power mode
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10/2/2009   Post a comment
Texas Instruments has introduced the TPS727xx family of 200-mA, low dropout regulators (LDOs) which offer an auto low-power mode that combines ultra-low quiescent current of less than 8 uA with fast transient response while maintaining low noise and a high power supply rejection ratio (PSRR).
Phoenix Contact : Managed Ethernet switches allow flexible use of fiber plug-ins
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10/2/2009   Post a comment
The FL Switch SMCS product family of Smart Managed Switches from Phoenix Contact has been expanded to include two important variants.
Phoenix Contact : Board terminal blocks are IC sized SMT modules
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10/2/2009   Post a comment
Phoenix Contact has developed a range of mini circuit board terminal blocks that, with a height of only 5.0 mm and a 2.5 mm pitch, connects wires of up to 0.75 mm square.
Bulgin : Bluetooth Buccaneer eliminates serial cables
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10/2/2009   Post a comment
Bulgin’s self-pairing Bluetooth cable replacement products eliminate data cables and allow equipment with RS485 or RS232 data ports to communicate using wireless Bluetooth technology.
Anritsu : Vector network analyzer measure down to 70 kHz
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10/2/2009   Post a comment
Anritsu has extended the low-end frequency of its MN469xB VectorStar 4-port test sets, allowing these microwave multiport Vector Network Analyzer (VNA) solutions to measure down to 70 kHz.
PMIC cuts component count in low-power portables
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10/1/2009   Post a comment
Wolfson Microelectronics has launched the WM8320, a highly integrated power management integrated chip (PMIC) that is designed to maximize ARM processor performance and extend battery life in portable multimedia devices, such as netbooks, mobile Internet devices, smartphones, handsets and digital photo frames.
Ensign announces its Ener-G-Star line of transformers
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10/1/2009   Post a comment
Ener-G-Star transformers consist of pre-designed and custom transformers, deliver safety via flame retardant and energy efficient design and materials.
Technology integrates motor and controller directly onto PCB
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PCBMotor ApS has developed a technology that enables motors to be directly mounted onto a PCB along with the motor controller.
Family of 200-mA LDOs offer auto low-power mode
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Texas Instruments Incorporated has introduced a family of 200-mA, low dropout regulators (LDOs), which offer an auto low-power mode that combines ultra-low quiescent current of less than 8 uA with fast transient response of ±50 mV while maintaining low noise and a high power supply rejection ratio (PSRR).
Egnos satellite service starts public services
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10/1/2009   Post a comment
The European Union has opened its Egnos navigation augmentation system for public use. Egnos is designed as a forerunner to Europe's Galileo navigation satellite system and enhances the exactness of existing GPS signals within Western Europe.
TSMC set to increase capital, R&D investments
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10/1/2009   Post a comment
TSMC expects to announce at the end of the month that it would, again, increase its capital expenditure and R&D funding in the coming year.
Altair offers 4G LTE baseband chip
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Altair Semiconductor Ltd. (Hod Hasharon, Israel), a 4G communications chip company, has announced the commercial availability of its LTE baseband chip, the FourGee-3100.
Researchers integrate fuel cells on chip level
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10/1/2009   Post a comment
A research group of the Freiburg university (Germany) and semiconductor vendor Micronas AG has integrated a fuel cell array on a chip. The device could power autonomous microsystems, also known as 'Smart dust'.
Harting : DIN 41612 connectors offer high contact density
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10/1/2009   Post a comment
Harting has expanded its range of DIN 41612 connectors with two versions which offer increased contact density for use with small printed circuit boards.
National Semiconductor introduces 24-bit color SerDes for infotainment displays
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10/1/2009   Post a comment
National Semiconductor claims the industry’s first serializer and deserializer (SerDes) chipsets capable of driving high-resolution, 24-bit color flat-panel displays with a 65 MHz clock.
TTi : RF power meter ranges up to 26.5 GHz
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TTi has extended its range of USB RF and microwave power meters with the TTi-Satori ST265.
Peregrine introduces a 2-bit digital step attenuator for 4G LTE applications
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Peregrine Semiconductor has announced the PE43204 2-bit UltraCMOS Digital Step Attenuator (DSA).
Wolfson unveils integrated power management solution for ARM-based processors
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10/1/2009   Post a comment
Mixed semiconductor specialist, Wolfson Microelectronics (Edinburgh, UK), is targeting a slice of the PMIC market with the launch of an integrated power management solution created to maximize processor performance and extend battery life to leading edge portable multimedia devices.
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