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Testers tackle bit error rate in high-speed digital
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2/29/2000   Post a comment
Agilent Technologies Inc. will launch two high-speed bit error rate testers (Berts) for characterizing, verifying and testing optoelectronic and high-speed digital components at the Optical Fiber Conference in Baltimore the week of March 6.
Motor control links by LAN
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Galil Motion Control has incorporated both RS232 communications and Ethernet into its latest motion-control board, the DMC-1415, a single-axis controller measuring 3.75 x 5 inches.
CompactPCI CPU goes rugged
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Men Micro Inc. calls its latest CompactPCI CPU board the F1. It combines an MPC8240 PowerPC CPU with I/O flexibility and industrial-strength operating characteristics.
A/D mezzanine feeds DSP
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2/29/2000   Post a comment
Traquair Data Systems Inc. sells a 4 x 2.5-inch A/D mezzanine board at $2,725 for use on DSP boards with a TIM-40 or Heron site.
Little board offers a selection of mezzanine bus expansion sites
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Dynatem has introduced a 3U VMEbus CPU board based on a 250-MHz Motorola MPC8240 "Kahlua" microprocessor, which vice president Mike Horan said provides the "best power dissipation/performance ratio" available in the PowerPC family.
USB modules turn Macintoshes into data-acquisition systems
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Data Translation has fielded Universal Serial Bus data acquisition modules for the Macintosh.
Silicon photodiodes have 0.5-microsecond response
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Hamamatsu Corp. has introduced the S6428-01, S6429-01 and S6430-01 silicon photodiodes, which feature a typical high-speed response of 0.5 microsecond.
Connectors make the link to DVI displays
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JAE Electronics Inc. says its DV2 series connectors for the digital visual interface (DVI) enable a higher-bandwidth interface for the high-resolution requirements of larger displays.
16-Mbit EDO DRAMs roll
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Integrated Silicon Solution Inc. (ISSI) has introduced four extended-data-out (EDO) and four fast-page-mode (FPM) Jedec-standard 16-Mbit DRAMs.
DDR SDRAMs feature 32-bit-wide design
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Hyundai MicroElectronics is sampling its 143/166/183-MHz 2M x 32-bit double-data-rate (DDR) synchronous DRAMs.
Oki rolls 622-Mbit/s SAR
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Oki Semiconductor said that its ML53303 SAR622 is the first single-chip 622-Mbit/second segmentation-and-reassembly unit with a 64-bit data/ FIFO bus that supports the Utopia multi-PHY interface.
Ferroelectric RAM at 32k x 8
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Ramtron International has introduced its FM1808 32k x 8 bytewide ferroelectric RAM.
MPU supervisor controls options
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IMP Inc. has introduced the IMP-1232LP, a microprocessor supervisory circuit with a user-selectable watchdog time-out period and a selectable threshold level.
Component lead times pinch distributors
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Systems OEMs are facing stretched-out lead times, higher prices and shortages of certain key parts from their components distributors.
Add-on memory-module makers cut prices
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Two add-on memory-module vendors sought to ride Microsoft's coattails by announcing pricing promotions just before the recent launch of Windows 2000.
66-W dc/dc converters extend point-of-load performance
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Artesyn Technologies' NXA66 series of 66-watt, nonisolated dc/dc converters provides point-of-load power conversion and fast transient response in a vertically mounted, space-efficient package
Outlook
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Nozawa joins DSP Group in Japan
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