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In-Stat bets on Rambus to win
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9/30/1999   Post a comment
Mezzanine board has 8 output channels
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
The IP236 from Acromag Inc. packs up to eight high-resolution analog output channels onto a single IndustryPack mezzanine board.
At-speed testing cuts IC defect levels
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
Genesys Testware has added multifrequency, built-in at-speed testing capability to its Logic BistCore product in an effort to reduce defect levels in 0.25-micron ICs. Logic BistCore is a library of parameterized, synthesizable, register-transfer-level designs used to implement built-in self-test hard cores and on-chip logic.
PCI bus card speeds up boundary scan
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
A next-generation 32-bit PCI bus controller card from Asset InterTech Inc. is aimed at boosting the performance of the company's IEEE 1149.1-based boundary scan (JTAG) test, diagnostic and in-system programming (ISP) system.
Memory tester handles 32 sites at once
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
Hewlett-Packard will roll out some big iron at the International Test Conference (ITC) this year, as it attempts to tackle some acute test problems posed by the latest logic and memory chips.
Hitachi introduces Direct RDRAM chips and modules
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
Hitachi Semiconductor (America) Inc. has launched memory devices and modules based on Rambus technology.
Toshiba rolls 16-Mbit high-speed SRAMs
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
Toshiba America Electronic Components Inc. has begun sampling what it said are among the industry's first 16-Mbit asynchronous high-speed SRAMs.
SST memories reprogram in a flash
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
Silicon Storage Technology Inc. (SST) has introduced the 37 series of 3-V many-time programmable (MTP) SuperFlash electrically erasable programmable read-only memory as an alternative to one-time programmable (OTP) memory and ultraviolet EPROM.
Bridge chip sparks Firewire connectivity
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
Oxford Semiconductor Ltd. is offering a native bridge chip for providing ATA/ATAPI (IDE) peripherals with Firewire (IEEE 1394-1995) connectivity.
USB encoder has PS/2 port
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
A single-chip Universal Serial Bus (USB) keyboard encoder from USAR Systems has a PS/2 port for the hot-plug connection of legacy keyboards and pointers.
Transceiver fits portable apps
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
A 3-to-5.5-V RS-232 transceiver from Sipex Corp. is said to meet EIA/TIA-232-F requirements at 3 V.
8-channel A/D aids multiplexing
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
Linear Technology Corp. says its delta-sigma A/D converter can ease the design of multiplexing systems.
Micron Tech samples SDRAM
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
Micron Technology is sampling 133-MHz, 128-Mbyte (PC133) synchronous DRAMs in 32 x 4 (MT48LC32M4A2TG), 16 x 8 (MT48LC16M8A2TG) and 8 x 16 (MT48LC8M16A2TG) configurations.
Net engine integrates DSP with Z80 core
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
Zilog Inc. last week launched a line of embedded microprocessor cores built on its 8-bit Z80 family.
GPS antenna interconnect aids reception
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
The Series CN connectors from J.S.T. Corp. for car-navigation GPS antenna interconnections offer shielding that diminishes VSWR characteristics, enhancing high-frequency reception.
Schottky diode cuts space requirements
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
Zetex has a high-current Schottky diode in a miniature SOD-323 surface-mount package that it says will support a continuous forward current of 400 mA for a typical forward voltage of 425 mV.
Replacement oscillator rolls
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
Advanced Semiconductor Inc.'s high-frequency oscillator, the OSC-0.7L, aims at replacing Motorola's MRF905 and NEC's NE57510 and NE77310, components Advanced Semiconductor said those parts were discontinued by their manufacturers.
CTS rolls J-lead DIP switch line
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
CTS Corp. has developed a J-lead terminal configuration for its Series 219 surface-mount single-pole, single-throw DIP switch line.
Mini inductor is versatile
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
The surface-mount E66 inductor from Associated Components occupies .078 square inch of circuit-board real estate and can be wound as a common-mode choke, a high-Q inductor or a pulse transformer.
Test arena rolls dice for the big chips
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
The International Test Conference opens this week in a new venue-Atlantic City-but attendees do not have to gamble on the technical program or the product rollouts vying for attention on the exhibit floor.
Thermal-control handler made scalable for future ICs
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
Schlumberger is touting its IHS 1000th as the world's most advanced thermal-control test handling system, meant to deliver high testing accuracy in the high-volume semiconductor production environment.
Codec/SLIC chip set tuned for central-office applications
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9/27/1999   Post a comment
Infineon Technologies Corp. has launched a dual-channel codec/single-channel SLIC chip set for two-channel analog termination.
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