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National Semi posts fiscal 4Q loss on cost-cutting charges
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The search for profitability continues at National Semiconductor Corp., although the analog and power management IC supplier moved closer to that goal during its fiscal 2003 fourth quarter ended May 25.
Dual-mode controller has wide input voltage range
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A two-phase synchronous switching controller from National Semiconductor Corp. boasts a wide input voltage range of 4.5 to 36 V and a low-cost, point-of-load regulator solution for distributed-power architectures.
Logic chips in 24-pin depopulated very thin QFNs slash size, cost
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Responding to strident customer demands for continuing cost reduction and smaller solution sizes, Philips Semiconductors has introduced three new logic devices in 24-pin DQFN (depopulated very thin quad flat pack no-lead) packages-the smallest housing available for logic gates, octals and medium-scale integration ICs.
64-bit RISC MPUs tap 90-nm CMOS process
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Toshiba America Electronic Components Inc. says the two newest members of its TX49 family of MIPS-based RISC microprocessors are among the first 64-bit standard MPUs to be fabricated with a 90-nanometer CMOS process.
MEMS pack up for production
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The microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) market has been plagued by two key challenges for several years: the lack of high-volume manufacturing and the absence of low-cost packaging.
Motherboard taps Pentium M CPU for embedded markets
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Micro Industries Corp. has turned to Intel's Pentium M processor to meet the performance goals of its new mTG855 EmbeddedATX motherboard for embedded applications in the retail, medical, transportation and industrial markets.
HFC—Reloaded
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6/1/2003   Post a comment
The service capabilities being unleashed by hybrid fiber coax make a further examination mandatory.
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