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MEMS-based isolators fit in optocoupler footprints
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6/26/2000   Post a comment
Based on a magnetic approach and fabrication methods for microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), Analog Devices' new ADuM1100 digital isolator is an alternative to optocouplers, the company said.
ADSL chip set increases density, slashes power
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A DSP-based asymmetric digital subscriber line chip set from Texas Instruments Inc. is said to provide twice the central-office channel density with half the power consumption of competing solutions.
RF transmit chip set is tuned for CDMA
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TriQuint Semiconductor Inc. has launched an RF transmit chip set for CDMA handsets based on its indium gallium phosphide heterojunction bipolar transistor process.
Surface-mount adapters spur speedy prototyping
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OM-Adapt surface-mount adapters from Saelig Co. let engineers use surface-mount devices during circuit development yet retain the ability to probe individual pins.
Resistors fit to MIL specs
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State of the Art Inc. has expanded its line of thin- and thick-film chip resistors qualified to MIL-PRF-55342 (revision G, amendment 3).
Dual control options grace new Hall-effect pot switch
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Electro-Mech's SW43890 Hall-effect potentiometer switch offers both rotary and digital regulation for maximum operation control in a compact size.
Switches need little space
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Omron Electronics has introduced a half-pitch DIP switch and a rocker switch to meet the demands of tighter space constraints.
DIMM sockets endure harsh environs
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Robinson Nugent Inc. has expanded its DIMM socket series with several models aimed at applications in harsh environmental conditions.
Dc/dc modules filter for EMI
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Insert card guides target high-shock applications
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Bivar Inc.'s Grip-O-Gide deep-channel conductive insert card guides feature a 0.2-inch (5.1) slot depth aimed at improving board retention under high vibration and shock, such as in automotive and outdoor industrial applications.
Magnetics modules suit local-area-net switches
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Pulse has introduced a series of magnetics modules for 100-Mbit local-area-network (LAN) switches that incorporate Auto MDIX data-path self-correcting technology.
Bourns extends surface-mount thrust
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Bourns Inc. has expanded its surface-mountable inductive component product line with six power chokes and eight chip inductors.
Development systems do DSP-independent design
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Eonic Systems claims its Atlas signal-processing development systems can shave as much as a year off product development cycles because they are DSP-independent.
International Rectifier hoists packageless-MOSFET flag
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International Rectifier has fired what is perhaps the first shot in the revolution toward true high-power packageless MOSFET chips with its commercially available IRF6100 (single) and IRF6150 (bidirectional dual, common drain) FlipFETs.
StarPro Delivers 3600 MMACs Using Three VLIW DSPs/Chip
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The fourth generation DSP race for base station and front-end Telecom/Datacom processing is about to get tougher. Lucent has stepped onto the track with its new DSP chip architecture, StarPro. Ray Weiss takes an in depth look at the chip architecture that is at the leading performance edge of the DSP pack.
Inductors are free of lead
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Jaro Components says that its HFI and HFC surface-mount inductors meet upcoming lead-free requirements for electronics sold in Europe and other mandatory environmental protection standards.
RF splitter/combiner unit suits broadband comms
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The next-generation RF splitter/combiner from Pulse supports interactive broadband cable communications.
Stiffeners enhance backplane reliability
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Bustronic Corp. has equipped its VME64x backplane with board stiffeners to enhance reliability and durability.
WAN enclosures handle harshest environments
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Outdoor WAN cabinets designed for wireless telecom, datacom and other applications from Pentair Electronic Packaging are said to be flexible, tested and prequalified to help protect electrical and electronic equipment in harsh environments.
Harting expands hoods, housings lines
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Harting Inc. of North America has recently expanded two of its product lines: its HPR series of hoods and housings and its Han-Drive connector series.
EMI spanner filters save space, ease attachment
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Saving space is the motivation behind the EMI Spanner Filter from Tusonix Inc.
Smart switches display graphics
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The IS series of software-controlled push-button switches from NKK Switches can be programmed to display what the company called an infinite variety of text, still images or moving images.
Small inductors aim at wireless
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The NML series of multilayer chip inductors in 0402 and 0603 packages from NIC Components Corp. are said to feature high Q (greater than 50 at 1 GHz; less than 27 nanohenries) for high-frequency wireless communication applications.
Circuit breaker now costs less
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Mechanical Products has rereleased its MP Series 20 circuit breaker at a lower price-$1.72 for 100 pieces, instead of $2.42.
Connectors fit wire-to-wire
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The AMP unit of Tyco Electronics has introduced a 0.1-inch (2.54-mm) center-line MTA-100 posted insulation displacement connector (IDC) with full shrouding to eliminate connector mismating.
NEMA locking devices boast durability
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Six 20-amp NEMA locking devices from Marinco Specialty Wiring Devices are aimed at industrial and stage-lighting applications.
Materials alert: ferrite cores in short supply
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Strong demand from emerging telecommunications applications has led to supply constraints for popular ferrite cores, a key component in the manufacture of transformers.
Pads provide strong thermal interface
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Chomerics, a division of Parker Hannifin Corp., has introduced Thermaflow T725, a phase-change thermal interface material.
Cable supports transfers up to 100 Mbits/second
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Belkin Components has introduced its F3L900 Internet modem cable, which provides data transmission speeds up to 100 Mbits/second.
Current transformers are fully encapsulated
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CR Magnetics claims that its CR8400 series fully encapsulated current transformers require no external enclosure but are fully protected from environmental elements.
Secure connectors accept removable flash
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AVX Corp.'s 5638 Series of secure digital memory card connectors offers both integral card detect and write protect.
WSI doubles flash, I/O on memory subsystem ICs
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Waferscale Integration Inc.'s (WSI) latest round of flash memory subsystem chips for 8-bit MCUs doubles the amount of on-chip flash and I/O circuitry.
Telecom drives transformers
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Emerging telecommunications applications are shaking up the mature transformer components marketplace.
Small package houses resettable surface-mount fuses
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Raychem Circuit Protection has launched what it claims is the smallest surface-mount polymeric positive-temperature-coefficient (PPTC) resettable fuse on the market.
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