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Altium Designer 2013 is available now!
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As part of a paradigm shift – Altium re-engineers and opens up its DXP platform.
Atmel's new Cortex-A5 MPUs for embedded industrial & consumer apps
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Delivering 850DMIPS, lower power consumption (under 200mW in active mode), and robust security features, SAMA5D3 series MPUs are backed by rich peripherals and easy-to-use design tools.
CATV test platform touts performance enhancements
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Sunrise Telecom announced a major firmware upgrade for its CM3000 and CM3800 DOCSIS 3.0 cable-modem network and spectrum analyzers, enabling cable providers to identify and resolve impairments before they affect customer experience.
Atmel ships high performance, low-power Cortex-A5-based MPUs
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Atmel is shipping in production quantities the SAMA5D3 series, its highest performance, low-power microprocessor units based on the ARM Cortex-A5 core.
Image sensors for high-precision, real-time distance measurement systems
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Hamamatsu Photonics has developed three new image sensors that feature a high-speed charge transfer structure in each pixel to enable high-precision TOF distance measurements.
Wide terminal thin film chip resistors debut with ohmic values down to 1 O
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In a compact 0406 package, Vishay claims its latest devices boast the lowest ohmic values in the industry.
Meet the Opal Kelly "Brainiacs"
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Optogenetics gives researchers unprecedented control and allows them to specifically activate or inhibit subgroups of neurons within the brain.
Toshiba develops zero wait state flash memory for 100MHz ARM microcontrollers
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Toshiba has developed a new generation of its high speed flash memory to provide zero-wait state performance at 100MHz for its ARM-based embedded microcontrollers.
Smaller Raspberry Pi board drives cost under $25
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A smaller version of the Raspberry Pi computer built in the UK is driving the cost to under $25.
Lattice’s HDR60 camera dev kit in the news
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NIT demos WidDy sensor board with Lattice’s HDR60 Camera Development Kit at SPIE Photonics West; easily integrated boards accelerate advanced camera designs.
Linear Technology LTM8045, a 2.8V-18V input, multi-topology DC/DC µModule converter
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Linear Technology rolled out a 2.8V-18V input, multi-topology DC/DC µModule converter, with onboard inductor, power switch and DC/DC controller delivering up to 700mA output current.
Single-chip line card device integrates quad DPLLs for 100G muxponders
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Microsemi is offering what it claims is the industry's first monolithic quad channel translator for optical networks.
Hirose DF60 Series board-to-wire connector handles up to 40 amps
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Hirose Electric has developed the DF60 Series, a board-to-wire connector with the capacity to handle up to 40 amps.
Single-stage LED driver targets price-sensitive retrofit bulbs
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iWatt Inc. has introduced the iW3626 driver, the first device of an AC/DC solid state lighting LED driver platform aimed at price-sensitive, non-dimmable, residential SSL bulb applications.
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