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Integration eases buck regulator design
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2/20/2003   Post a comment
Five Little Foot plus Driver power semiconductors from Siliconix, a Vishay Intertechnology company, have been designed to simplify the use of n-channel MOSFETs in high-frequency buck regulators.
Changing power supplies: custom or standard?
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2/20/2003   Post a comment
With system bus structures changing almost as soon as they're invented, users and vendors of power supplies are again rethinking the longstanding issue of standard vs. custom supplies.
Two beef up 8-bit MCU cores with flash, new peripherals
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2/13/2003   Post a comment
Zilog Inc. and Microchip Technology Corp. are embedding flash memory and new peripheral circuitry with their venerable 8-bit microcontroller cores, seeking once again new sockets for their mature MCU lines.
What happened at Pioneer-Standard?
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2/10/2003   Post a comment
While many factors probably contributed to Pioneer-Standard Inc.'s recent decision to unload its industrial-components distribution business to Arrow Electronics Inc., a key factor may have been the lack of a global infrastructure and the time and the huge dollar investment needed to overtake leading competitors.
Class D audio amps head home
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2/6/2003   Post a comment
Blade server's Pentium 4s pump up the bandwidth 8x
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2/6/2003   Post a comment
Employing dual 3-GHz Intel Xeon-LP Pentium 4 processors, General Micro Systems' C269 Equinox blade server is said to offer eight times more bandwidth than CPU boards using a single Pentium III.


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