Single-chip chargers target lithium-ion Product News 4/10/2003 Post a comment Linear Technology (Milpitas, Calif.) and Maxim Integrated Products here have independently launched high-accuracy (0.5 percent) one-chip solutions that address the varied requirements of charging lithium-ion batteries.
Small switcher supplies 500 W Product News 4/10/2003 Post a comment The FlatPAC-EN from the Westcor Division of Vicor Corp. is a low-profile (1.4-inch) EN 61000-3-2-compliant, universal-input power supply that provides up to 500 watts from one to four isolated outputs (425 W while meeting EN specs), for a density approaching 8 W/cubic inch.
Regulator drives white LEDs Product News 4/10/2003 Post a comment National Semiconductor Corp.'s LM2731 and LM2733 boost regulators in SOT-23 packages, target digital cameras, cell phones, PCMCIA and USB peripherals, and DSL modems, deliver upwards of 12 to 15 volts from a 2.7- to 14-V input.
Smart regulator powers PC network cards Product News 4/3/2003 Post a comment California Micro Devices' CM3103 chip is the latest member of the company's SmartOR power regulator family, serving as a solution for network interface cards that use two power sources (5-volt main supply, 3.3-V auxiliary supply).
Backplanes lead AdvancedTCA push Product News 4/3/2003 Post a comment Fresh off one of the most intense standards efforts in the history of the embedded market, makers of boards and chassis are gearing up for the launch of a new breed of products, centered on the Advanced Telecom Computing Architecture, that could change the face of the telecommunications industry.
A Book For All Reasons Bernard Cole1 Comment Robert Oshana's recent book "Software Engineering for Embedded Systems (Newnes/Elsevier)," written and edited with Mark Kraeling, is a 'book for all reasons.' At almost 1,200 pages, it ...