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Dc/dc line handles heat
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C&D Technologies' WPN20R series of dc/dc converters operates over -40 degrees to +105 degrees C with no output power derating, making it ideal for use in environments that require flexibility and robust performance.
Ethernet card hot-swaps
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SBS Technologies' CP3-Quad100TX is a hot-swap-capable, 64-bit, 66-MHz Ethernet card for 3U CompactPCI computing applications in telecommunications, medical imaging and industrial automation.
Adapters provide 1394 links via PCI, CardBus
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Quatech Inc.'s two IEEE-1394 adapters provide Firewire ports to any desktop or laptop computer via a PCI slot or CardBus drive.
Host bus adapters attack storage-net bottlenecks
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A family of dual-port, PCI-X host bus adapters (HBAs) from Agilent Technologies Inc. is said to eliminate the performance bottlenecks and interoperability issues typically associated with such devices in 2-Gbit/second Fibre Channel storage-area networks (SANs).
EBX-compliant board totes fast CPU for high reliability
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VersaLogic Corp. has equipped its VSBC-8 EBX-compliant single-board computer with a fast CPU, suiting it for applications in medical, military and semiconductor-manufacturing equipment, or other embedded applications requiring high reliability and low downtime.
Mezzanine card makes fast 1394 link
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Designed for digital video and audio-processing systems, MEN Micro Inc.'s PC MIP mezzanine card provides 400-Mbit/second performance across an IEEE 1394 connection.
Magnetic modules reduce board space
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ulse has launched a line of dual Gigabit Ethernet magnetic modules for networking applications. Designed for Category 5 cable, the modules are said to provide electrical isolation and low common-mode emissions in Ethernet switches.
Micrel's EL lamp drivers aim at cell phones, PDAs
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Micrel has entered the electroluminescent lamp driver IC market with two chips that convert a 1.8- to 5.5-volt input voltage to a high-voltage ac signal capable of driving an EL lamp in a cell phone, PDA, remote controller or other device.
Frame grabber works with fast cameras
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Data Translation Inc.'s DT3162 is a variable-scan monochrome frame grabber that offers higher-speed data acquisition for newer, faster cameras.
Low-power 16-bit A/D includes gain amp
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Asahi Kasei Microsystems (AKM) Semiconductor Inc. is offering a low-power, 16-bit audio analog-to-digital (A/D) converter with a built-in 15-dB gain amplifier for portable video and audio equipment and digital video recorders.
ISP flash supports ADI DSP
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Chip suits time-code apps
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FIFO queuing parts boost nets
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ICs mate optical transceivers
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Video chips eye low-cost apps
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Pcb pin headers look to cut cost
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Weidmuller Inc. has added a 5.08-mm-pitch version, available in two- to 24-pole versions, to its line of liquid-crystal polymer SL-SMT printed-circuit-board pin headers.
Socket boosts fine-pitch BGA
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Taking aim at new socket requirements for fine-pitch ball-grid arrays, Yamaichi Electronics USA Inc. has launched an open-top 0.5-mm fine-pitch BGA socket as part of the IC398 Series.
Planar cores aim at switchers
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Low Profile E Core ferrite planar cores for switch-mode power supply, industrial power supply and telecom applications are available from AVX Corp.
Trimmer cap eyes Bluetooth
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Murata Electronics North America is shipping its ultrasmall TZR1 Series trimmer capacitor (1.5 mm wide x 1.7 mm long x 0.8 mm high), available in two capacitance values (1.5 to 4 picofarads and 3 to 8 pF) for wireless and Bluetooth applications. The parts are priced at 35 cents per chip and are available now.
Niobium in play as tantalum substitute
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Amid concerns about a supply shortage of tantalum capacitors and the rising cost of tantalum powder, capacitor manufacturers are touting their latest niobium capacitors as direct replacements for tantalum and aluminum electrolytic devices.
Conexant crafts tiny single-chip modem
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Conexant Systems Inc. has begun shipping a single-chip, dual-processor cable modem in a 17 x 17-mm, 228-pin PBGA package.
CompactPCI dc/dc supplies powered for full-range heat
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Addressing efficient, higher-density solutions for CompactPCI applications, Tracewell Power's TTX Series of dc/dc power supplies was designed from the ground up to meet thermal considerations first.
Toshiba to tap MLC for flash chip
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Toshiba America Electronic Components Inc. is sampling a 1-gigabit multilevel cell (MLC) NAND electrically erasable programmable read-only memory (E2PROM).
Battery management ICs buy more operating time
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Makers of battery-management chips for portable electronic products are being asked to help increase battery run times, improve the precision of charging sequences, measure remaining battery life more accurately and share battery status across a network.
Server boards handle remote management
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Intel Corp.'s new server building blocks comply with Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) version 1.5 to accommodate remote management features.
AMD to keep new capital spending levels flat with 2001
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Advanced Micro Devices Inc. will keep capital spending levels flat as it moves into next year, allocating $800 million to ramp the transition to 0.13-micron processing in Dresden, Germany, and to start 0.9-micron processing in the middle of 2003, the company told financial analysts during a conference call today.
Chip-to-chip
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Virtual Silicon Technology introduced its high-speed eSi-Interface IP product line for the use in system-on-chip (SoC) design.
Eight-port Infiniband switch IC offers 160-Gbit/second bandwidth
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The HDMP-2840 Infiniband switch IC from RedSwitch Inc. includes eight full-duplex ports, each running at 10 Gbits/second, and 32 serializer/deserializer physical-layer chips.
Chips handle more traffic
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Three time-slot interchanger chips from Agere Systems can switch more traffic and support higher data rates than the company's current devices.
Maxim tucks two-channel 10-, 12-bit A/Ds in SOT-23
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Its rivals have packed analog-to-digital converters into eight-pin SOT-23, but according to Maxim Integrated Products, those parts offer a single analog input with a combined reference and supply pin.
ISP memories fit on LAPs
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Atmel Corp. has developed in-system programmable (ISP) configuration memories with densities of up to 2 Mbits in an eight-pin, 6 x 6 x 1-mm LAP package.
SO DIMMs serve mobile systems
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Elpida Memory (USA) Inc. is offering 512-Mbyte DRAM in small-outline, dual-in-line memory modules (SO DIMMs) for mobile computing applications.
Boot block flash package shrinks
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Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas has put a 32-Mbit boot block flash device in a 7 x 7-mm chip-scale package, said to be nearly 40 percent smaller than other such devices.
Distribution panels debut
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Unipower Telecom's Uniflex distribution panels provide overload protection and low-voltage disconnect (LVD) battery protection in a 1U-high package.
Clock chips ship for PECL, LVDS
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Philips Semiconductors has added two clock-distribution chips to its performance-telecom and networking portfolio.
Film caps tap dielectric for low-V apps apps
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AVX Corp. is offering chip film capacitors in 1206 and 1210 case sizes based on a new polyphenyl sulphide (PPS) dielectric for low-voltage applications.
Visual LED mounts widen the viewing angle to 180 degrees
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Visual Communications Co.'s 5-mm CMC285 and 3-mm SMC130 standard LED clip and ring mounts have been designed to increase the viewing angle of an LED from 90 degrees to 180 degrees .
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