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BGAs combine flash, pseudo SRAM
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11/26/2002   Post a comment
Integrated Silicon Solution Inc. (ISSI) has combined 64-Mbit NOR flash memory with 16-Mbit or 32-Mbit pseudo SRAM (PSRAM) in two new multi-chip packages (MCPs).
PICMG 2.16 platforms roll
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Microphone amps aim at portables
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National Semiconductor Corp. has developed amplifiers that fit inside two- and three-wire electret condenser microphones (ECMs), replacing junction FETs and thus lengthening battery life while also improving noise immunity.
Serial bus gets UART chip
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D flip-flop fits small package
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BGAs mix flash, pseudo SRAM
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8051 MCU with ISP hits 40 MHz
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Fairchild logic is power-stingy
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Extended-length probes reach to 2 feet for testing
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Pomona Electronics' extended-length insulation-piercing probe, model 6580, offers a reach of up to 24 inches and heat-resistant Teflon tubing that's billed as capable of withstanding contact with very hot surfaces without burning.
Auto apps driving 32-bit MCU design
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11/15/2002   Post a comment
Vendors have revved up their 32-bit microcontrollers for 2003, inspired by automotive applications that demand speed and power not only from the engine but also from entertainment systems, navigation systems, security systems and everything in between. Buoyed by significant price/performance improvements for 32-bit MCUs and the growing sophistication of vehicle control systems, suppliers are prepared to cruise along on the new sales activity automotive apps are generating.
Surface-mount oscillator boasts low offset jitter
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11/15/2002   Post a comment
MF Electronics Corp.'s surface-mount R2950 clock oscillator for advanced portable, wireless and synchronous optical network (Sonet) systems replaces the much larger through-hole oscillators that were the only source for the combined 40- MHz, 1-picosecond maximum offset jitter and -40 degrees C to 85 degrees C operation.
RF power analyzer focuses on wireless telephone
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11/15/2002   Post a comment
Keithley Instruments Inc.'s Model 2800 RF power analyzer has been optimized for high-speed production testing of wireless phones, RF-IC power amplifiers and related RF devices designed to the AMPS, cdmaOne, TDMA, GSM and other communications standards.
Commercialization Issues of MEMS/MST/Micromachines: An Updated Industry Report Card
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11/13/2002   1 comment
Like virtually all other electronic-industry segments, microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) did not escape the economic slowdown of 2002. Roger Grace, President of Roger Grace Associates, presents a "report card" on the MEMS industry, comparing where it is now versus 2001, and explains the reasons certain MEMS parameters received the grades they did.
Vishay to acquire BCcomponents
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NEC validates 90nm ASIC process
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Intel tips standards-based comms boards
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11/7/2002   Post a comment
Intel Corp. has begun marketing a series of carrier-grade telecommunications boards designed to help telecom equipment manufacturers move from proprietary systems to standards-based modular platforms.
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