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RoHS and WEEE input needed
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IPC is asking the electronics industry for input on the impact of RoHS and WEEE on their businesses for two studies commissioned by DG Enterprises and Industry of the European Commission.
LG.Philips grabs lead in large-sized LCDs
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LG.Philips LCD Co. Ltd. in the first quarter fought off a seasonal slowdown, allowing it to surpass AU Optronics Corp. to become the world's leading supplier of large-sized LCD panels in terms of unit shipments, according to iSuppli Corp.
Startup Simberian launches 3D simulation package
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Startup Simberian, Inc. has released a 3D full-wave transmission line field solver with capabilities to extract via hole parameters.
Mentor, Anite team for baseband chip verification
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Test and measurement specialist Anite is partnering with EDA group Mentor Graphics Corp. on a complete verification platform that will provide an integrated and efficient set up to verify baseband SoC designs.
REVIEW: All-in-one DC power analyzer sidesteps programming
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Test-and-measurement house Agilent Technologies debuts a DC power analyzer for sourcing and measuring DC voltage and current into a device under test. You can use it to gain insight into a DUT's power demand in minutes, without writing a single line of code. eeProductCenter Senior Tech Editor Alex Mendelsohn reports.
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