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Line doubler sharpens video
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Atmel claims court victory over patent
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Atmel Corp. today said a U.S. appeals court has cleared the way for an injunction against the import of unlicensed products by Silicon Storage Technologies Inc. (SST), Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd., and Winbond Electronics Corp.
Chassis extends platforms
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Analog, digital output pods<
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AEMC testers tout sensitivity
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Epson supports GUI from QNX
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Probe measures copper precisely
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CPCI handles 100 ks/channel
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I/O card allows speedy comms
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Supplies aid factory wiring
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MAC/PHY IC combo rolls
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Data driver/buffer rolls
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Driver IC cuts parts count
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L/V converter in a single chip
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Voice codec has speaker driver
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Bus transceiver moves 8 Gbits/s
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TI rolls out sampling A/D
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Battery lid snap-locks
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