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TI opens information appliance design center in Taiwan
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3/27/2001   Post a comment
Texas Instruments Inc. Asia today announced the opening of the Information Appliance (IA) Design Center in Taiwan.
Compiler aids embedded apps
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CPCI backplanes in 2 or 5 slots
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SMT jacks in tape/reel
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Generator tracks five waveforms
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3/20/2001   Post a comment
The Model 3315A dual-channel function/arbitrary waveform generator from Pragmatic Instruments provides two channels in one instrument, saving space and expense.
SoC enables OC-48 card
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SBC features Socket 370 chip
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3/20/2001   Post a comment
The PCA-6180 single-board computer from Advantech Technologies Inc. uses the Intel 815E chip set and a Socket 370 Pentium III processor in the flip-chip (FCPGA) package.
Samsung hits $1 billion in Rambus revenues
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3/19/2001   Post a comment
Samsung Semiconductor Inc., San Jose, Calif., Monday said it has exceed $1 billion in revenue to date from its Direct Rambus DRAM shipments.
Rambus' shares fall amid negative ruling in court case, report says
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3/15/2001   Post a comment
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- Shares of Rambus Inc. here today (March 15) were down 30% following reports that the company faces a negative ruling in its pending case against Infineon Technologies AG, according to a report from Reuters. Shares of Rambus fell $10.35 to $25 in heavy trade after SG Cowen reported that U.S. District Court Judge Robert Payne would rule in favor of Infineon regarding the scope of Rambus' patents, the report said.
Epcos literature discusses PFC
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3/13/2001   Post a comment
The Power Factor Correction Product Profile 2001 from Epcos Inc. (formerly Siemens) discusses the importance of maximizing power-factor correction (PFC) to ultimately cut overall costs.
Manual covers ballast design
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3/13/2001   Post a comment
International Rectifier's Lighting Ballast Control IC Designer's Manual for 2001 includes reference designs, application notes and design tips to help engineers create the most efficient dimming and nondimming ballast designs.
PFC switcher offers 350 W for industrial
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3/13/2001   Post a comment
International Power Sources' IFC-350 Series switchers provide up to 350 watts in a U-bracket package for rack-mounted networks and telecom and industrial systems where power factor correction is required.
Converters steer 200 W to 12-V systems
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3/13/2001   Post a comment
Wilmore Electronics' dc/dc converters in its 1675 Series are designed to deliver up to 200 watts to radio transceivers, modems and other sensitive telecom equipment powered from nominal 12-volt battery systems.
Taiwan's Acer to merge display business with Unipac
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3/13/2001   Post a comment
Acer Display Technology Inc. has disclosed plans to merge with flat panel display maker Unipac Optoelectronics Corp. amid the latest round of falling prices within the TFT-LCD industry.
Desktop supplies go to 80 W
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Quarter brick beats heat
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CPCI card is hot-swappable
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Data I/O in flash push
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Shuttered power outlets safer
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