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OnChip delivers tiny silicon capacitor
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OnChip Devices has released a wire-bondable miniature silicon chip capacitor that the company claims is the industry's smallest and thinnest, measuring 10 x 10 mils sq. (0.25 x 0.25 mm) with thicknesses as thin as 4 mils (0.1 mm).
Capella unveils single-chip proximity and ambient light sensor
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Capella Microsystems, Inc. has unveiled the CM3612 device, which it claims is the industry's first proximity and ambient light sensor in a single chip. This chip extends battery life in portable products.
Test system targets high-volume production DDR3-SDRAM memory
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Advantest is touting its T5503 high-throughput memory test system as having the industry's highest parallel test capability of up to 128 devices.
16-bit, 105-Msps serial output A/D converter conserves FPGA I/O pins
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With a high speed 2-wire serial interface, the LTC2274 from Linear reduces the number of data I/O lines required between a 16-bit A/D converter and the FPGA from 16 CMOS or 32 LVDS parallel data lines to a single, self-clocking, differential pair communicating at 2.1-Gbit/s, freeing up valuable FPGA pins.
Bluetooth in-car design takes less than six-weeks to integrate
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CSR launched RoadTunes, a feature rich, fully interoperable Bluetooth hands-free package for Personal Navigation Devices (PNDs) and in-car systems.
Low-cost, versatile Class D amplifiers line debuts
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Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX9736A/B, a family of versatile single-supply, filterless Class D speaker amplifiers, which provide high-performance, thermally efficient amplifier solutions at the lowest solution cost.
Agilent Technologies Released GoldenGate 4.2
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GoldenGate 4.2 represents an expansion in RFIC simulation coverage for wireless communications products, with transient simulation speed improvements and new mixed-signal simulation capabilities.
Broadcom expands networking portfolio
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Broadcom has expanded its network switching portfolio for businesses deploying 802.11n Wi-Fi networks with an end-to-end solution that combines its Intensi-fi silicon with its FASTPATH networking software to deliver features that IT managers require across their wireless networks.
Interface adapts GPIB instruments to Ethernet-based test systems
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ICS Electronics' Ethernet to GPIB instrument interface dubbed model 8055 provides access to GPIB instruments from any computer with a NIC interface or over a TCP/IP network.
Lime Microsystems fabs single chip WiMAX, 3G and LTE multi-standard transceiver
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The transceiver and its associated reference design can be digitally configured to operate all WiMAX, 3G and LTE frequency bands with 16 user-selectable bandwidths from 1.5MHz to 28 MHz.
Sierra Wireless launches tiny USB modem
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In addition to e-mail and Internet access, the Compass 597 offers GPS support, enabling the use of location search and common navigational software tools on a notebook computer.
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