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Pointing device minimizes space, maximizes stress
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Cursor-controls manufacturer CTS Corp. has introduced its Series 108 3DtrackStik pointer, whose symmetrical mounting base enables it to rotate in 90 degrees increments and provides more options to route a flex cable to a system board.
LCD modules juggle both Asian, Western characters
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Densitron Corp. America has a pair of compact monochrome LCD modules with both alphanumeric- and Asian-character generators on board.
SBC packs full functions
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The MSC-6540A from Mitac Industrial Corp. is a single-board computer with a comprehensive set of peripherals and I/O on an 8 x 5.7-inch board.
ISA/PCI demodulator is programmable
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The Telemetry and Communications Products operation of SBS Technologies Inc. is offering a digital multimode demodulator board for ISA and PCI bus systems.
IC optimizes channel traffic
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Applied Micro Circuits Corp. (AMCC) has introduced Missouri, a single-chip framing and pointer processing device that supports channelized OC-48 Sonet and SDH traffic.
CompactPCI bus switches have undershoot hardening
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Fairchild Semiconductor's FSTU32160 bus switches isolate peripheral and network interface cards from a bus during live insertion and withdrawal.
Port-bypass circuits target Fibre Channel
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Applied Micro Circuits Corp. has added two 1.0625-Gbit/second port-bypass circuits to its family of chips for Fibre Channel.
SRAMs save board space
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Cypress Semiconductor has unveiled four x36 dual-port SRAMs in 172-ball, 15 x 15-mm ball-grid array packages that save 54 percent of board space compared with Cypress's x36 dual-port TQFP packages.
LCD boasts print-quality output
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Toshiba America Electronic Components Inc. continues to phase in new LCDs using its high-resolution, low-temperature polysilicon thin-film-transistor (TFT) technology.
Lithium-ion polymer batteries get recharged
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Battery makers have struggled for some time to keep up with the demand from portable product OEMs for smaller, lighter and higher-capacity rechargeables.
Portable keyboard can stow away inside a shirt pocket
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Think Outside calls its Stowaway "the world's first no-compromise portable keyboard," folding down to a 3.6 x 5.1-inch package that opens into a full-size 12.8 x 5.1-inch keyboard.
Thanksgiving Holiday
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Plug-in modules debut for HP multimeter mainframe
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New plug-in modules for Hewlett-Packard's HP 8163A lightwave multimeter mainframe are aimed at those making measurements on optical components and systems.
Spectrum analyzers claim top throughput, accuracy
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Tektronix Inc. calls the FSP family of midpriced spectrum analyzers developed by Rohde & Schwarz the fastest and most accurate units available for wireless-channel power measurements.
NetLogic tailors 83-MHz CAM for switches, routers
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etLogic Microsystems has begun marketing the IPCAM-3, a content-addressable memory (CAM) device for address table management in network routers and switches.
Toshiba shrinks Neuron chips for control apps
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11/24/1999   Post a comment
Toshiba America Electronic Components Inc. has begun offering a pair of Neuron chips that support the EIA-709.1 control networking standard.
Sensory rolls voice-dialing IC option for phones, PDAs
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11/24/1999   Post a comment
Sensory Inc. is marketing an IC for adding voice dialing to hands-free car kits, telephone handsets, personal digital assistants or other electronic devices.
Hyundai preps 256-Mbit, 166-MHz SDRAM devices
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Hyundai Microelectronics is sampling 256-Mbit SDRAM devices that run at 166 MHz and are made with a 0.15-micron manufacturing process.
Laser driver speeds writes to CD-R/W optical drives
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11/24/1999   Post a comment
Elantec Semiconductor's EL6276C laser driver targets the CD-R/W optical disk drive market with four independently controlled channels that can be used separately or in combination for read, erase, write and quench power levels.
Transformers zero in on IGBT and motor drive apps
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The Series B8494 high-isolation voltage switch-mode transformers from Bicron Electronics Co. are aimed at switch-mode power supplies for solid-state IGBT and GTO motor drive applications.
Edge-card connectors roll for Rambus
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Molex Inc.'s Hi-SpecGS Memory Expansion Card Connectors meet the demands of Rambus memory systems by performing at 400 MHz on the 28-ohm Rambus channel.
Pluggable header rated to 150 V
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RIA Electronic Inc.'s Type 379 pluggable header provides 3.81-mm (.15-inch) spacing.
Optical encoder consumes 30 mA
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Sensor Systems LLC is targeting a stainless steel hollow-shaft optical encoder with a DB9 male connector at heavy industrial applications.
Telecom VCXOs in tiny packages
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Connor-Winfield Corp. has a range of 5-mm x 7-mm HCMOS surface-mount voltage-control- led crystal oscillators for telecom apps.
Optocoupler aims at isolation amps
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The SLC800 linear optocoupler from Solid State Optronics Inc. is said to offer better than 0.1 percent precision matching between output and servo optocouplers across a high-voltage isolation barrier.
Power-supply backplane handles CPCI hot swap
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One Stop Systems has a 3U CompactPCI backplane for power supplies that meet the P47 hot-swap power-supply specification.
Nokia's LCD monitor takes dual inputs
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The Model 800PRO+, an 18.1-inch LCD monitor from Nokia Display Products Inc., can take simultaneous inputs from two computers via two legacy analog connections or one analog and one digital connection.
CPCI A/D board offers 14 bits at 1 MHz
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For two-channel, high-speed applications, Datel Systems offers its CPCI-510G CompactPCI analog-to-digital board.
SBC supports multiple OSes
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The SBC1486, a PC/104 single-board computer from Micro/ sys, has a factory-installed industrial BIOS, DOS-compatible operating system and setup utilities.
I/O board rides the PC/104 bus
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The Mesa 4I24H, from Mesa Electronics, is a 96-bit parallel I/O board for the PC/104 bus.
CRT monitor boasts flat face
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ViewSonic Corp.'s PF790 19-inch CRT monitor has an 18-inch active area and a variable aperture grille pitch of 0.25 to 0.27 mm.
A Rosetta stone for distribution
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The transformation of electronic component distribution being wrought by the Internet is continuing to advance unabated.
LED cluster lamps replace wedge-style incandescents
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11/24/1999   Post a comment
Ledtronics Inc. says its wedge-based LED cluster lamps are plug-compatible replacements for standard wedge-based incandescent lamps in miniature switches, indicators, annunciators and other applications that require durability and efficiency.
Fluke's handheld oscilloscopes pump up speeds to 200 MHz
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11/24/1999   Post a comment
Handheld, battery-powered oscilloscopes are climbing to new performance regions.
Altera's Smith to retire in 2001
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FEI wins 100th TEM order
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