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Extech multimeters offer high dc-voltage accuracy
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Extech Instruments Corp.'s MultiMas-ter series of precision true-rms multimeters offers very high basic dc-volt accuracy of 0.02 percent and resolution to 0.001 millivolt.
Pentium III goes mobile on CompactPCI board
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The Peripheral Master CPU, a low-power 3U CompactPCI board from PEP Modular Computers Inc., allows each peripheral slot to be equipped with a Mobile Pentium III CPU.
8-slot CompactPCI system offers hot-swap feature
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Force Computers Inc., a Solectron company, claims its Sparc-based Centellis 8540 eight-slot CompactPCI system supports hot-swap capabilities and provides high flexibility in a ruggedized chassis.
Fiber-optic modem handles voice, data
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Versitron Inc.'s RS-485 fiber-optic modem can be used as a telephone modem, a data modem or both.
ON Semi's MOSFET drivers deliver 9 A
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ON Semiconductor's NCP4421 (inverting) and NCP4422 (noninverting) single-output MOSFET drivers, an extension to the company's power management portfolio, provide up to 9 amps (peak) and virtually latchup-proof operation.
Startup aims first chip at Bluetooth wireless comm
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Global Communication Technology has capped a development effort in South Korea with its corporate launch here and the launch of its first product: an 8 x 8-mm chip, the GDM1100, that integrates a 2.4-GHz transceiver and a Gaussian frequency-shift-keying modem for implementing Bluetooth wireless communications.
ASAT Holdings rolls out thin fine-pitch package
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ASAT Holdings Ltd. here has launched a thin array plastic package-TAPP-for mixed-signal semiconductors and other devices destined for mobile communications, Internet, data networking and broadband applications.
Mitsubishi rolls CAN MCUs in N. America
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Mitsubishi Electric & Electronics USA Inc. has launched 8-, 16- and 32-bit controller-area network (CAN) microcontroller families in the North American marketplace, all aimed at automotive industry applications.
Transceiver delivers data at up to 250 kbits/second
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A 3-volt RS-232 transceiver from Sipex Corp. equipped with five drivers and three receivers is said to deliver data rates up to 250 kbits/second when fully loaded.
Relay switches up to 5 amps
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RF receivers target ISM, short-range bands
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Melexis Inc. has launched a family of double superheterodyne RF receiver chips for the 300- to 950-MHz industrial, scientific and medical, and short-range devices, bands.
Blowers hold up under pressure
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Converter integrates flash
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Analog Devices Inc. has added the ADuC816 to its MicroConverter line of data-acquisition system-on-chip ICs for sensor-based applications such as calibrating and conditioning analog and digital sensor signals in portable applications, medical instrumentation, power supply management or intelligent sensor interfacing.
Coupler aims at PCS, cellular
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SPI serial flash memories tap NOR-type architecture
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Silicon Storage Technology Inc. has entered the serial flash memory market with a three-member serial peripheral interface (SPI) family.
Comparators offer 1.3-ns typical delay
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Maxim Integrated Products says that its MAX9691, MAX9692 and MAX9693 comparators offer 1.8-ns guaranteed signal propagation delay and 1.3-ns typical.
Atmel 80C51 MCU packs A/D on board
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Atmel Corp.'s wireless and microcontrollers unit, based in Nantes, France, has introduced a line of 8-bit, 80C51 microcontrollers with a 10-bit, eight-channel analog-to-digital converter plus a programmable dual-clock system that's said to allow advanced mastering of speed and power consumption.
8051 microcontroller core hits 50 Mips
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The latest redesign of Dallas Semiconductor's 8051 processor core has produced a microcontroller that's able to execute one instruction per clock cycle at 50 MHz, equivalent to 50 Mips.
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