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Board takes on speech chip
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Serial-comm modules roll
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Power MOSFETs fit VHF, UHF apps
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Supply suits telecom apps
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64-Mbit flash hits 100 Mhz
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SiGe front end fits family radio
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MPEG-2 encoder cuts memory
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Oscillator aims at ISM band
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Intel, Analog Devices to detail DSP architecture
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Analog Devices Inc. and Intel Corp. said today they will provide the first details of their joint DSP development effort on December 5.
Switcher touts 'Edge' in comms
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Synthesizer has five modes
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VME card offers 8-channel A/D
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Enclosure has I/O options
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LCD monitor goes industrial
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GaAs driver amp fits fiber apps
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Dc motor drives range to 150 hp
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Sonet/SDH are in synch
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Supervisory ICs unveiled
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Chip protects digital rights
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Op amp packs volt reference
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Low-pass filter goes to 750 kHz
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OC-192 link new from Vitesse
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SiGe amps aim at 3G wireless
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