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TI debuts new DLP .7 XGA 3 chip for ProV projectors
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Texas Instruments announced at InfoComm 2007 the DLP .7 XGA 3 chip, a platform for front projection products in the 5,000-7,500 lumens range. The new platform was designed to bring 3 chip DLP brightness, color and reliability to the demanding and often budget constrained large venue customers in the Pro AV market.
TI's BrillantColor proliferates DLP Projectors with more colors than LCD
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Texas Instruments announced at InfoComm 2007 that recent chip set developments are stimulating continued adoption of BrilliantColor technology in front projection products, of which DLP Products enjoys approximately 50 percent global market share.
DiBcom, Pinnacle enhance mobile TV on PC experience
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As part of a long-established cooperation, DiBcom SA and Pinnacle Systems, Inc. announced they have combined their technologies in a view to enhance the user experience of mobile TV on PC.
Mobile-TV chip firm DiBcom raises $27 million
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French Mobile TV chip specialist DiBcom SA announced it has raised €20 million (about $27 million) in its fifth round of financing, bringing its total funding to date to €60 million (about $80 million).
Automotive LEDs offer 50-degree viewing angle
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Avago Technologies has released a line of high brightness red, amber, and orange PLCC-4 surface-mount LEDs for use in interior and exterior automotive and electronic signs and signals applications.
ADC operates at 350 MSPS
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Kenet has released a higher speed and lower power KAD2708-350 analog-to-digital converter (ADC) that operates at 350 MSPS. The company also announced the addition of CMOS outputs for lower-speed versions.
Scrollwheel input device delivers customizable options
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Avago Technologies has released a series of ultra-slim scrollwheel input devices that are available in 12 standard configurations. The AMRX-1510 provides an integrated solution for scrolling, directional navigation, and pushbutton selection.
HDMI/DVI switch maintains signal integrity, doubles the inputs
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The MAX4886 quad, high-speed HDMI/DVI digital video switch from Maxim is aimed at applications that require switching signals from one or two driving sources and connecting them in a single monitor.
Pushbutton controller tracks a switching regulator's I/O voltages
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Linear Technology has introduced the LTC2953-1, a pushbutton controller that integrates supervisory voltage monitors and timers for tracking a switching regulator's input and output voltages.
Carbon nanotube transistors get faster, say researchers
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A team of French researchers announced they have made transistors from carbon nanotubes on a silicon substrate.
Molex connector offers space-saving solution for flat-panel TVs
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Molex Incorporated has introduced the Pico-Clasp single and dual row wire-board connectors. As the smallest pitch connector for positive lock wire-to-board crimp systems available, the Pico-Clasp family offers space saving solutions in applications such as plasma TVs and LCD TVs.
CSR and nFore enhance in-car Bluetooth audio
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Enhancements include noise and echo cancellation and music quality improvements.
New Maxim HDMI/DVI switch maintains signal integrity
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Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX4886 quad, high-speed, high-bandwidth, HDMI/DVI passive switch capable of switching between two digital video signals into a single monitor or multiple HDMI/DVI connectors while maintaining a high level of signal integrity.
Hall-effect sensor suits harsh automotive and industrial apps
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Allegro has introduced a dual-channel Hall-effect sensor suitable for use in speed and direction sensing applications incorporating encoder ring magnet targets. The A3423 is highly sensitive and temperature stable making it suitable for use in harsh automotive and industrial environments.
Terminal connectors save board space
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BlockMaster Electronics has introduced a line of terminal connectors that offer PCB edge mounting.
DC fans deliver airflow of 27 CFM
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The Super-Flow Turbo series of back-to-back fans from Jaro Thermal offers airflow of 27 CFM and produces a static pressure of 1.4 inches in H2O.
USB-based sensors provide simpler power measurements
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Agilent has released the Agilent U2000 series of USB-based power sensors, which the company says are more affordable and lighter weight than typical power meters and similar power-sensing solutions.
Signal-supply op amp achieves ultra-low noise
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7/2/2007   Post a comment
Intersil has added four single-supply op amps to its family of pinPoint precision analog products that are said to deliver noise performance up to four times better than similar competitive devices.
ESL rolls out fiber-to-RS485/422/232 interface converter
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Aimed at defense applications, Electro Standards Laboratories' (ESL) Model 4149 high speed ruggedized fiber-to-RS485/422/232 interface converter provides typical operating speeds of 1.5-Mbits/s for RS232 to fiber conversion and 20-Mbits/s for RS485/422 to copper conversion.
Power supplies offer flexible output voltage
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Advanced Power Solutions has released the APS600/800Rx-N series of 600 and 800 watt flexible output switching power supplies with multiple packaging options, including U-Frame, top cover, end-mount fan and top-mount fan packages.
AMD to ship native x86 quad-core processors in August
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AMD's quad-core Opteron processors, code-named Barcelona, are planned for shipment in both standard and low-power versions at launch later this summer, marking the first time the chip maker has made both standard and low-power parts immediately available as part of a new processor launch.
Software upgrade adds USB connectivity, Vista support to audio analyzers
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Audio Precision Inc. has made key enhancements to its AP2700 v3.30 and ATS v1.60 control software, adding USB connectivity, native support for Windows Vista, and improved user profile management to its 2700 Series and ATS-2 audio analyzers.
Analog CAD startup promises automated flow
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Analog IC designer Cliff Wiener believes he can bring some unique automation capabilities to the custom IC layout environment.
30-V DC/DC buck controllers provide internal compensation
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Sipex has launched 30-V step-down DC/DC controllers that are housed in a 2.9 x2.8 mm TSOT6 package and provide internal compensation to minimize board space in industrial systems.
MOSFET drivers offer 4.5- to 18-V operating voltage range
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Check out Microchip's latest single-output MOSFET drivers. The chip maker is housing the devices in SOT-23, 2 mm x 3 mm DFN packages, and designed them to deliver a wide operating voltage range.
Bipolar junction transistor line adds packaging options
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ON Semiconductor has expanded its low Vce(sat) bipolar junction transistors (BJTs) portfolio to include PNP and NPN devices that incorporate advanced silicon technology.
Universal GNSS receiver achieves 1.4-dB cascaded noise figure
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Maxim Integrated Products is touting its MAX2769 as the industry's first universal, global navigation satellite system (GNSS) receiver for GPS (L1 C/A code and P-code), Galileo, and GLONASS navigation satellite systems in a single chip.
Green Hills expands product suite to support Freescale's i.MX27
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Green Hills Software Inc, announced that its product suite, including the MULTI integrated development environment, µ-velOSity royalty-free RTOS, TimeMachine tool suite, Green Hills compilers, and Green Hills Probe are now available for the Freescale i.MX27 multimedia applications processor.
Altera ships production-qualified Arria GX FPGAs
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Altera has shipped its first production-qualified Arria GX FPGAs, including the EP1AGX50 device with 50K logic elements (LEs) and EP1AGX60 device with 60K LEs.
GPUs deliver DirectX 10 graphics with built-in HD video processing
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The ATI Radeon HD 2600 and ATI Radeon HD 2400 graphics processing units (GPU) from AMD support Windows Vista with DirectX 10 graphics1, and built-in multimedia functions for an immersive HD video experience on the PC.
MIT spin-off tips secret behind low-power A/Ds
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MIT spin-off Kenet reveals that it uses charge packets, like charge-coupled devices (CCDs), rather than power-hungry amplifiers to build what it says are the coolest-running, lowest-power analog-to-digital (A/D) converters devised to date.
Low noise 16-bit delta sigma A/D converter upgrades system accuracy
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Linear Technology has introduced the LTC2450, a 16-bit delta sigma A/D converter in a 2mm x 2mm DFN package that enables performance upgrades to lower resolution systems.
Cavium launches storage services processors line
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Cavium's OCTEON storage services processors integrate 2 to 12 MIPS64 cores, storage and network interfaces, RAID hardware acceleration and innovative RAS features.
Pelikon to spend $6 million on display R&D
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Pelikon Ltd. (Caerphilly, Wales), a developer of printed inorganic electroluminescent displays, has announced it is making an investment of an additional £3 million (about $6 million) in R&D.
Entertainment control platform loses the remote
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The era of the remote control is over, according to a presentation on the entertainment control platform (ECP) delivered last week at the Freescale Technology Forum (Orlando, Fla.).

SolarWorld to double production capacity
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Solar energy systems manufacturer SolarWorld has plans to double its wafer production capacity. The company will invest € 600 million (about $ 805 million) to build a new wafer production line in Freiberg (Germany).
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