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A/D mezzanine module flies for Heron DSP system
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Strategic partners Traquair Data Systems, Inc. and Hunt Engineering (UK) Ltd. are fielding a 2.5-MHz analog-to-digital mezzanine module for the Heron multiprocessing DSP systems.
PC/104 CPU board touts data acquisition features
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The SOB-104 computer board from Diamond Systems Corp. offers 10 Base T Ethernet along with comprehensive analog and digital I/O circuitry for embedded applications.
Frame grabber board takes digital input
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Imagenation Corp. has introduced a digital frame grabber for the PCI bus that enables the use of digital cameras in vision systems.
Quatech rolls out wireless data acquisition system
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At the recent ISA 2000 conference, Quatech Inc. introduced what it's billing as "a reliable, easily-configured, low-cost wireless data acquisition solution for industrial monitoring and control applications."
PC processor upgrades extend life of equipment
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Evergreen Technologies Inc. has extended its family of processor upgrades for PCs based on older Pentium II, Celeron and Pentium Pro processors.
Optical transceivers take small format
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Stratos Lightwave LLC has introduced a family of optical transceiver modules for ATM OC-48 applications in metropolitan and wide-area networking.
Module mixes media on 30-port E1 line
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Mapletree Networks Inc. has launched a palm-sized module that can support a 30-port E1 line, with the ports dynamically allocatable among voice, data and fax network traffic.
PCI-based telecom board can switch up to 120 calls
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Ariel Corp. has introduced a PCI-based T1/E1/PRI network interface card for designers of high-density network access equipment.
Industry mulls distributor consolidation
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In the wake of the distribution industry's grandest acquisition to date-one that will see the third-largest player carved up by its nearest rivals-customers, suppliers and competitors are left to ponder the ramifications of putting half of the distribution total available market (DTAM) in the hands of just two entities, up from approximately 45 percent today.
Tyco trims distributors gained in mergers
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Trying to manage the number of assets it has acquired in the past 18 months, Tyco Electronics Corp. has turned its attention to the tangle of distributors trailing along behind its growing list of acquisitions.
600-W dc/dc converters fill distributed-power bill
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The three-member MV380 Megaverter Series of 520- to 600-W dc/dc full-brick converters from RO Associates is designed for circuit board mounting in telecom and other distributed power or centralized modular power applications.
Varied-output switchers fit into low-profile racks
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Cortech Systems' CSS150 and DSS150 families of single-, dual-, triple- and quad-output switchers are ideal for 1U (1.75-inch) rack and other low-profile applications.
25-W dc/dc converter needs no air flow, heat sink
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Broadband TelCom Power's S15 and S25 single-output dc/dc converters are touted as being among the smallest in class for distributed power, mobile telecommunications and Internet/network hardware applications.
Regulators pack 900-V
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Ixys' 900-V current regulators, the IXCY-10M90S (TO-252) and IXCP-10M90S (TO-220), are suitable for sensitive loads, in-rush current limiters, soft-start applications and adjustable regulators.
5-W switching line powers board-mount applications
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Micro-Power Direct's seven-member ADB05 switching supply family delivers single and dual outputs at 5 W for low-cost, board-mountable applications.
Amp-motor pair eases robotics design
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The pre-engineered drive package from Copley Controls, the Model 5224AC servoamp and a factory-matched NEMA size 23 servomotor, reduces engineering time-to-market for robotics applications.
1U-rectifier shelves deliver up to 60 A
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The Mercury RMF Series hot-swap rectifiers for telecom applications from Unipower Telecom provide up to 60 amps at 27.2 Vdc or 30 amps at 54.4 Vdc from a 1U-high 23-inch shelf.
Battery-guard IC fits 4-mm Li-ion solutions
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Texas Instruments Inc. touts its highly integrated IC for single-cell lithium-ion batteries, the UCC3952A, as the first battery protector of its kind to meet the size requirements for emerging 4-mm cell phone batteries.
Piezo siren exceeds 110 dB
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The BPS4228L-12-CS-DA piezoelectric siren/sounder from Intervox (ICC) delivers a sound-pressure level of more than 110 dB at 3 feet for telecom, instrumentation, medical, automotive, consumer electronics and home-security alerts.
Supplies deliver 25 to 2,000 W
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Astrodyne's A-Series of high-density, enclosed supplies provide 25 to 2,000 watts for telecom, industrial control and embedded systems.
Bridge rectifiers ship in DIPs
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International Rectifier has launched a line of 1-amp, single-phase, full-wave bridge rectifiers in four-pin D-70 (pin-through) and D-71 (surface-mount) dual-in-line packages.
15-W switchers fit global apps
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The 15-watt, single-output switching power supplies in Phihong's PSA-15LN series come in two versions: a two-wire ac input type and a three-wire version for countries that offer a ground connection as part of the wall outlet power distribution system.
7- and 9-pin connectors withstand 10,000 matings
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JST Corp. has begun marketing its MMC connectors, which are molded of LCP that use gold-plated phosphor bronze contacts rated for 10,000 mating operations.
Chips tout high-Mohm resistance
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RCD Components Inc. has intro-duced a specialty line of high-resistance chip resistors, the HR Series, for precision high-megohm requirements where space is at a premium.
High-Q inductors trim EMI
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Taiyo Yuden (USA) Inc. says its HK Series high-Q-value multilayer chip inductors reduce electromagnetic interference and increase battery life in cell phones, pagers, notebook PCs and other products using high-frequency circuits.
TXCO line shrinks height while increasing stability
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Vectron International has introduced a family of low-profile, high-stability, surface-mount temperature-compensated crystal oscillators (TCXOs) available at frequencies from 2 MHz to 52 MHz.
Cable assemblies serve Fibre Channel
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Methode Technical Components has introduced a new line of cable assemblies for copper Fibre Channel applications.
Quartz crystals address package shortage
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Raltron Electronics Corp. has introduced a family of surface-mount metal-can quartz crystal units, the AS-XXD, positioned as available alternatives to similar units normally delivered in plastic and ceramic packages.
Cabling system simplifies termination, installation
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Harting Inc. has introduced its Harax detachable insulation displacement connector system aimed at heavy industrial uses.
Ground-fault sensor serves single-, multiphase systems
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CR Magnetics Inc. has geared its CR7310 series of ground-fault sensors to provide overall equipment protection in a range of applications, such as monitoring motor-ground faults in submerged pumps and sensing early failures of heater elements.
SMT isolation transformer supports ADSL chip sets
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Bel Fuse Inc. has added the Bel S560-6600-40 isolation transformer to its roster of multistandard-compliant surface-mount transformers for ISDN or G.Lite and ADSL-over-POTS applications.
Cables flex for industrial applications
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Alpha Wire Co. has expanded its line of flexible cables with the introduction of the High-Flex Mini Diameter Data Cable and High-Flex Torsion Robotic Cable for industrial-automation applications.
Atmel debuts 64-Mbit flash memories
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Atmel Corp. has taken the wraps off its 64-Mbit DataFlash memory, the AT45DB642, and promises 128- and 256-Mbit parts will follow.
A/D does direct IF sampling
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Analog Devices Inc. has a 12-bit, 65 Msample/second analog-to-digital converter for direct IF-sampling architectures in next-generation cellular basestation and software radio applications.
Integrated chip optimizes performance of AMD CPUs
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Silicon Integrated Systems Corp. (SiS) has launched a single-chip device it said can optimize the performance of Advanced Micro Devices' Athlon and Duron CPUs with integrated core logic, graphics and connectivity technologies.
Delta-sigma A/D shrinks
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Linear Technology Corp. has unwrapped a 24-bit delta-sigma analog-to-digital (A/D) converter with differential inputs and reference in a 10-pin MSOP package that's less than half the size of an SO-8.
256-kbit ferroelectric RAMs sampling
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Ramtron International Corp. is sampling a 256-kbit ferroelectric RAM with an industry-standard two-wire interface.
Demodulator chip targets European TV applications
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TDK Semiconductor Corp. has introduced a coded orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (COFDM) demodulator/FEC circuit that meets the ETSI specification for European digital terrestrial television broadcasting (DVB-T).
Interface chips serve DDR SDRAM memory modules
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Fairchild Semiconductor International's Interface and Logic Group and its Analog and Mixed Signal Products Group are offering a double-data-rate dual-in-line memory module support solution for 184-pin, 2.5-volt, 72-bit-wide PC200 and PC266 registered DDR synchronous DRAM memory modules.
IDT boosts x36 FIFOs to 133 MHz
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Integrated Device Technology Inc. has added 133-MHz devices to its SuperSync II line of x36 first-in/first-out (FIFO) memories, enabling higher bandwidth and data throughput for Gigabit Ethernet switches, terabit routers and the like.
3.3-V bit error rate tester can handle telecom gear
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Dallas Semiconductor has introduced a 3.3-volt version of its 5-V single-chip bit error rate tester (Bert), which checks the integrity of signal transmissions in multiplexers, routers, bridges, channel switching units, data service units, customer-premises equipment, D/A converters and other telecom equipment.
Telephony processors suit ISM band
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National Semiconductor is marketing its first single-chip digital cordless-telephony baseband processors for the 900-MHz and 2.4-GHz ISM band, the SC14404 (handset) and SC14425 (basestation).
Inverter EL lamp driver called smallest, cheapest
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An electroluminescent (EL) lamp driver optimized for applications that use a 32-kHz clock source is available now from Sipex Corp.
ON Semiconductor fields over-voltage protection IC
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ON Semiconductor has introduced its NCP345, an analog overvoltage protection IC in a 5-pin thin small-outline package, optimized for applications with an external ac/dc adapter or car accessory charger.
Op amp line optimizes A/Ds in DSP apps
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Texas Instruments Inc. has launched a line of fully differential operational amplifiers that are intended to optimize the performance of high-speed analog-to-digital converters in digital signal processing applications.
Net-based distribution set to take off
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Distributors of electronics components have invested huge amounts of time, effort and development money in the Internet in the past 18 months, racing to capitalize on the huge earnings potential of electronic commerce.
Six-watt dc/dc switcher fits in ac power cord plug
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BI Technologies' 830 series of 6-watt dc/dc switching supplies is small enough to be molded into the plug of an ac power cord.
Microchip-based fan blows away design constraints
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NMB Technologies Corp. has launched what it calls the industry's first microchip-controlled fan, the 5910PL, for use in commercial and high-end servers in networking and telecom markets.
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