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COTS Supportability Across the Program Lifecycle—A Vendor's View of COTS' Evolution in the DoD Market
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8/11/2000   Post a comment
With COTS, military systems and subsystems can piggyback onto rapidly evolving commercial technology. In a guest commentary, SKY Computers' Ed Hennessy provides a vendor's view of COTS' evolution in the DoD market.
C-MAC Industries launches IPO
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TVS arrays protect internal telecom lines
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8/8/2000   Post a comment
The SMP6L-Cxx-2P and SMLCxxC-2 series transient voltage suppressors from Protek Devices protect intrabuilding telecom lines in telecom applications such as ISDN, and T1/E1 circuits.
Adapters marry SSOPs to Sowic-based pc boards
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8/8/2000   Post a comment
A line of Correct-A-Chip adapters that enable devices in shrink small-outline packages to be used on boards designed for the older small-outline wide-body IC (Sowic) packages without board rework or redesign is new from Aries Electronics Inc.
Relay touts built-in protection
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8/8/2000   Post a comment
Teledyne Relays' SR75-3 solid-state relay for ac operation offers short-circuit protection, optical isolation and low off-state leakage.
LEDs light up panel-mount applications
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Targeting OEM and retrofit panel-mount applications, LEDtronics has introduced its BS851 and BS854 Series panel LED lamps and holders as replacements for incandescents.
Miniature transformers target wideband RF apps
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8/8/2000   Post a comment
Setting its sights on the compact size requirements of advanced radio frequency (RF) communication equipment, Pulse has introduced a line of miniature RF transformers: the CX2039, CX2040 and CX2047.
Murata Electronics trims SMT thermistor real estate
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8/8/2000   Post a comment
Murata Electronics North America has introduced three 0603 package thermistors to meet the downsizing demands of the computer and automotive markets.
Rectifiers pack big surge rating
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8/8/2000   Post a comment
Electronic Devices' Series KPI bridge rectifier has a surge rating of 1,200 amps, said to be the highest in the industry.
Converters go for high current
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8/8/2000   Post a comment
Celestica's MicroKool S100 and S150 series dc-to-dc converters provide a high current source (10 and 15 amps, respectively) at low voltages in a single-in-line package for embedded microprocessors, FPGAs, programmable-logic devices and communications processors.
Connectors vary configurations
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8/8/2000   Post a comment
Harting Inc. of North America is aiming its circular industrial/electrical connector series, the Han R23, at measurement and automatic control systems, as well as field-bus systems.
DIN connector keeps low profile
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8/1/2000   Post a comment
2E SysCom has introduced its 64-pin G Series DIN 41612 connector in a low-profile package.
FEC chip runs at 155 Mbits/s
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8/1/2000   Post a comment
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