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Fast Serial Flash Pushes Densities For Targeted Applications
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Improved performance and sectoring architecture makes serial Flash more competitive as densities get larger.
Technique Results in Higher Reliability DRAM
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Patented new approach ferrets out bad die before packaged in system
Tri Port Devices Bridge and Rate Buffer Between Independent Processors
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New parts can simplify multi processor interface to global memory resource pool
What a difference a Gig Makes
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Configurable logic element run at 1 GHz
Partnership Provides Benefits of Third Party Tools to Proprietary Design Environment
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Partnership Provides Benefits of Third Party Tools to Proprietary Design Environment
Is it an ASIC, an FPGA, or an ASIC with and FPGA?
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Second phase of FPGA and ASIC alternative positions itself to offer best of both worlds.
Customizing a Standard
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NIOS Processors gain steam as proprietary processor adds benefits not easily accommodated in hard embedded microcontroller macros
SOC ATE gets industry-first audio/video card
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The Automated Test Group at Agilent Technologies is on the road, debuting an advanced water-cooled analog card for its popular 93000 SOC Series ATE. Billed as a first, the card houses eight fully independent units that make possible true parallel, multi-site analog test of SOCs.
SFP ganged cages deliver higher packaging density
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A new series of small-form-factor pluggable (SFP) ganged cages from Molex Inc. helps free up more PC-board space and eliminate the need to add multiple SFP single cages in a variety of networking applications such as switches and routers, as well as storage and data communication devices including high-end servers. Delivering higher packaging density, these new multi-port cages are available in four press-fit versions including 1 x 2, 1 x 4, 1 x 5, and 1 x 6.
Processor companion uses tough, endurable Ferro Electric technology
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Ferro Electric NovRAM Now in Processor Companion
Small display delivers power efficiency for mobile A/V products
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Sharp Corp. and its North American components group Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas announced the introduction of their first 3.6-inch Amorphous Silicon (A-Si) digital LCD liquid crystal display (LCD) with native landscape orientation for mobile audio/video (A/V) devices. It also supports TV video standards.
Samtec offers new wire connector and tool guide
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Samtec Inc. has released a new Discrete Wire Connector and Tooling Guide that provide engineers with an overview of the company's crimp and tooling products. These include Samtec's rugged circular, MiniMate, and PowerMate connectors, hand tools, semi-automated bench-top terminating units, and mini-applicators.
SNMP finds home in TCP/IP stack
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SNMP Add-On Option is a portable software-development kit from CMX Systems that enables developers to add the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) to the CMX-MicroNet TCP/IP stack.
Integrated chip supports new high definition audio interface and current AC97 bus architectures
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Agere Systems introduced an integrated, dual-mode modem chip based on the next-generation high definition audio bus architecture for surround-sound audio, streaming music and video applications.
Production Chipset for 802.11e QoS demonstrates blazing throughput
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Bermai implemented the world's first 802.11e HCCA/WSM production system that delivers a significant net-throughput and guarantees bandwidth to support multiple, uninterruptible high capacity streams over a wireless network.
Bluetooth RS-232 adapter auto-senses external power
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SMART Modular Technologies introduces its new Bluetooth 1.1 compliant RS-232 adapter for the industrial, medical, and scientific markets. This RS-232 adapter features an onboard antenna, an embedded configuration utility, and an embedded Bluetooth communications stack.
Adaptive ICs add life to lamps
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International Rectifier says its two intelligent ICs set new reliability standards for halogen-lamp transformers and the ballasts used in compact-fluorescent systems. The IR2161, for low-voltage halogens suited to window and gallery lighting, and the IR2520D, for general-purpose compact fluorescents, share common threads to maximize reliability in rather harsh environments: high-voltage junction-isolation technology, which allows the company to integrate high and low-voltage building blocks on a
30-W desktop supplies extend medical options
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Wall Industries' DTMPU30 series offers users a low-cost, small-size and low-weight option to the company's series of desktop supplies suited to medical applications. The series, meeting full medical approval to UL, cUL, and TUV EN60601-1 specifications, delivers 30 watts at from 3 to 48 VDC from a universal AC input. The DTMPU30 complements the company's existing 50-watt desktop units, and a 60-watt desktop supply suitable for medical applications will arrive shortly.
Microchip adds flash program memory to its PIC MCU line
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Microchip Technology Inc. is enabling users of its Baseline one-time programmable microcontrollers the ability to migrate to MCUs with flash program memory with the launching of five PIC 8-bit flash based MCUs.
LSI Logic's DSP core targets high volume apps
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LSI Logic has expanded its ZSP DSP core family with the launching of its new ZSP200, targeting high volume, cost sensitive SoC solutions. LSI is pitching the ZSP200 as the core that fills the processing gap between hardwired logic and general purpose processors.
Parametric analysis, characterization environment enables automated wafer test
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As ICs continue to shrink in size, increase in density, and improve in performance, manufacturing and testing them---while maintaining and improving yield---has become increasingly difficult. Addressing these issues, instrumentation vendor Agilent Technologies is rolling out an integrated parametric analysis and characterization instrument. It includes a switching matrix and a new atto current sense and switch unit that enables automation of parametric instruments. The integration
Competition heats in X86, PowerPC embedded markets
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Competition stepped up a notch or two in the embedded X86 and PowerPC processor markets last week, and already the brickbats are flying.
260-MHz single-supply DACs offer industry's lowest power consumption
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Intersil today announced the release of three new high-speed and low-power precision digital-to-analog converters (DACs), the 10-bit ISL5757, the 12-bit ISL5857 and the 14-bit ISL5957. Operating at frequencies as high as 260 million samples per second (Msps), these new converters offer the highest precision, single-supply operation and the industry's lowest power consumption for conversion of high-speed digital data to high-accuracy analog.
Instrument option supports EDGE-capable mobile devices
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Helping OEMs and service providers test and align EDGE cellphones and mobile data cards, instrumentation maker Willtek now has an option for its existing Model 4400 Mobile Phone Tester Series. The option permits production and service personnel to test and align transmitters, which is important to do after component exchange.
Resistors deliver higher performance, smaller size for medical apps
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As their next-generation designs continue to shrink in size, medical equipment manufacturers are calling for resistors that deliver higher frequency, extended resistance values and tighter tolerance all in a small, surface-mount package. Thanks to the use of new materials, refined manufacturing processes as well as advanced packaging technologies, resistor manufacturers are making the grade and fine-tuning their resistor technologies to meet the demands for higher performance and smaller footpri
10-Gigabit Ethernet over copper cable picks up momentum with the new Mysticom CX-4 module
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Review: Three key points stand out about Mysticom's new MY3126 CX4 module-in-a-chip for 10 Gbit/s links for short reach enterprise applications. The new module offers twice the CX4 standard's specified distance of 15 meters; enables the use of thin gauge cables for shorter distance applications, and touts an 80% cost savings for 10 Gbit/s links. In addition, the Mysticom solution can address both the enterprise stackable and data center markets.
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