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Agilent signal generator rolls
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Micro-abrasive sandblasting
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Applicator eyes thermal labels
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Web site aims at test fixtures
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Machine places 13k chips/hour
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Acer to layoff 300 factory workers
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2/23/2001   Post a comment
Taiwan's largest computer manufacturer, Acer Inc., is laying off 300 employees, citing a downturn in the global economy.
Data I/O expands family of in-line programmers
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2/12/2001   Post a comment
Data I/O Corp. has two new versions of its ProLine-RoadRunner, an in-line automated programming solution for high-volume electronics manufacturing.
Transceiver cuts external parts
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A new RS-232-compliant serial transceiver from Sipex Corp. offers a logic select feature that programs the device's TTL input/output signals for operation in mixed logic systems, thus eliminating the need for external level shifters, such as low-dropout linear regulators.
9-Mbit, dual-port RAM targets comms buffering
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2/12/2001   Post a comment
A 9-Mbit, dual-port RAM from Cypress Semiconductor can buffer large packets of data in two independent clock domains and provide simultaneous read and write access to any of its memory cells from either of its two ports.
Ramtron 3-V FRAM races past E2PROM write times
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2/12/2001   Post a comment
Ramtron International Corp. is sampling a 3-volt ferroelectric RAM that's said to offer write speeds 280 times faster than those of serial E2PROM, with which it is pin-compatible. The FM24CL16 is the first in a planned line of devices.
32-bit RISC heads for homes
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2/6/2001   Post a comment


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