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RoHs compliant amp ICs boost signals across 6 to 25.5 GHz
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7/1/2005   Post a comment
Hittite Microwave Corp. has launched a line of MMIC based amplifiers for commercial and military markets, targeting point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, test equipment, sensors, and other applicaitons from 6 to 25.5 GHz
Logic design simplified with new I/O methodology
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LSI Logic Corp. has introduced Core in I/O methodology, which provides flexible and optimized I/O placement in Platform ASIC and cell-based ASIC and SoC designs by allowing core logic to be placed in the I/O regions.
Reference board cuts OR-ing design overhead
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International Rectifier's new reference design for +12-volt, 100-amp active OR-ing applications cuts the number of FETs needed by half compared to competitive solutions. In addition, solution volume is reduced by at least 60 percent, thanks to the company's DirectFET MOSFET's double-sided cooling capability.
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