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Vocal cuts costs with VoIP ATA reference design
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Vocal Technologies has developed a reference design that the company claims will allow designers to develop a voice-over-IP (VoIP) analog terminal adapter (ATA) for under $20.
Power subsystem controller links to primary side power management IC
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Potentia Semiconductor announces the the configurable PS 2406 power subsystem controller. The new IC provides power management for up to four secondary side DC-DC power converters.
Bandspeed lands patent for 802.11n technology
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Wireless LAN (WLAN) chip developer Bandspeed has landed a patent for crosstalk cancellation and interference suppression technology that will improve signal reliability and clarity in 802.11n systems.
NewLogic adds .11h support to IP core lineup
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NewLogic Technologies has developed an algorithm that will allow the company to add 802.11h support to its wireless LAN (WLAN) intellectual property (IP) core line up.
Boston University forms sensor network consortium
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Boston University has formed a Senor Network Consortium with the hope of facilitating interaction between academia and industry companies involved in the development of sensor networking technologies.
Boston University forms sensor network consortium
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Boston University has formed a Senor Network Consortium with the hope of facilitating interaction between academia and industry companies involved in the development of sensor networking technologies.
Applied Materials launches 45nm copper barrier/seed technology
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Applied Materials Inc. has introduced Applied Endura CuBS II, a system that enables PVD copper barrier/seed deposition at 45nm and beyond.
Last call for papers
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The paper submission deadline for the 1st International Workshop on Reversible Computing is December 6. You can find out more details on the site.
Design Exploration Tools Encourage More Creativity
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What if a design tool had the hooks and means to capture a design, but, also had an inherent functionality to encourage you to creatively iterate, or explore? Instead of doing design iterations to fix problems, iterations would be done to streamline the design.
Electronics educational promotion pitches digitizer packages
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Test equipment maker Gage Applied Technologies announces two new educational promotions for its high-speed and high-resolution digitizers. Slated for electronics instructors and researchers, each of Gage's packages includes a digitizer card as well as the company's PC-hosted oscilloscope software. The packages also include a set of software development kits.
IP Flourishes But Designer Beware
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There is a growing number of companies who's product is IP. They capture their expertise in a descriptive language wrapper, and sell it. It is the logical step in the evolution of functional complexity.
Agilent adds powerful toolsets to wireless test set
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Test equipment maker Agilent Technologies is adding a comprehensive set of new tools for its existing E5515C (8960 Series 10) wireless communications test set. The E5515C with lab applications---a bench-top network emulation tool---provides an integrated approach with high accuracy and repeatability.
DC-DC converter meets power over Ethernet requirements
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A new 260W DC-DC half-brick converter, designed for power-over-Ethernet power sourcing equipment and next-generation IP telephony applications, has been introduced by Power-One. The HHS05Z55 operates over a wide input range, 36VDC to 75VDC
National Semi's analog equalizer affords high ESD protection
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National Semiconductor Corp. today introduced a multi-gigabit analog equalizer that extends the reach of high-speed switch, router, storage area network (SAN) and server backplanes.
Timing Integration Spawns Sequel Part
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Modern designs have tighter and more stringent timing constraints in place and there is very little margin for error when it comes to wander, jitter, skew and slew, and rise/fall times. With more attention paid to clocking and clock distribution, central control can be more effective once a built system has been characterized.
Cradle's CT3400 Multiprocessor DSP gets Jaxstream's MPEG4 encoder
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Cradle Technologies has ported Jaxstream Inc.'s MPEG4 encoder to the Cradle CT3400 Multiprocessor DSP (MDSP).
Finely Tuned Process Will Yield Fast Dense DDR2 SDRAM
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There is a reason that monolithic memory devices will always lead ASICs in terms of density and performance. It is because the fabrication recipes for memory only parts are tweaked and optimized specifically for a particular memory device.
1 Mbit NovRAM is Ferro-cious
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It would be great if all memory were non volatile. If even highly dense DRAM and PSRAM held their contents long after power was removed, functionality everywhere would change.
Battery Based NovRAM Eases Production Worries
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Battery backed up low power SRAM is still a viable technology for system designers.
WLAN security market heats up with product launches
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Highwall Technologies and AirTight Networks both release tools for securing Wi-Fi networks.
Vendors unveil smarter access points
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Three vendors unveiled new access points (AP) technology Tuesday that they claim will increase the intelligence, security and manageability of wireless LANs.
Vendors unveil smarter access points
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Three vendors unveiled new access points (AP) technology Tuesday that they claim will increase the intelligence, security and manageability of wireless LANs.
Zuken upgrades discontinued PCB tool
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Zuken isn't selling its Visula 7.0 PCB design suite to new customers, and is actively trying to get existing customers to migrate to its CR-5000 product — but that didn't stop Zuken from announcing a significant upgrade to Visula 7.0 Tuesday (Nov. 30).
NEC reorganizes 3G mobile strategy
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NEC Corp. said Tuesday it would reorganize its 3G mobile terminal platform strategy by employing additional platforms from Qualcomm Inc. and Ericsson Mobile Platforms.
Korean test handler firm claims legal win over rival
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South Korea's Mirae Corp., a semiconductor test handler manufacturer, on Tuesday (Nov. 30) said the District Court in Suwon in Korea has determined that a local competitor, TechWing Inc., has infringed upon its patent.
Three-phase PWM control IC has integrated drivers for desktop computers
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International Rectifier introduces the IR3093, a three-phase interleaved pulse width modulation control IC that supports several microprocessor families.
Carl Zeiss opens imprint lithography demo lab
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The Nano Technology Systems Division (NTS) at Carl Zeiss SMT AG has opened a customer demo laboratory for sales support of Step & Flash Imprint Lithography (S-FIL) equipment from Molecular Imprints Inc. (MII).
LSI Logic displaced from SOX by Infineon, Marvell
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The Philadelphia Stock Exchange is deleting LSI Logic Corp. from its 18-company Semiconductor Sector Index (SOX) effective before the open of business on Friday, Dec. 3, 2004. LSI Logic is set to be replaced at that time by Infineon Technologies AG and Marvell Technology Group.
LG.Philips LCD to invest $5 billion in Korean plant
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LG.Philips LCD Co. said Tuesday (Nov. 30) its Board of Directors has approved plans to invest KRW5.3 trillion ($5 billion) in its liquid crystal display manufacturing plant in Paju, north of Seoul, according to a Dow Jones report.
Primary side power management ICs help integrate primary, secondary power control
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Potentia Semiconductor offers the industry's first primary side power management ICs that enable integration of primary and secondary side power control schemes.
It's time for Ohm's Law
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Stumped for a holiday gift for someone technical? The TechNote Time Watch Company has a slogan: "Never Fumble for a Formula Again." That slogan, and the company's holiday-oriented wares, may solve your problem. TechNote is offering a line of Ohm's Law desk clocks, wall clocks, and wristwatches.
Study finds mobile apps gaining momentum
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Sales of mobile middleware grew by more than 27 percent in 2003 compared to the year before, indicating accelerating adoption of mobilized application, according to a report.
Flipflops: Nächster Schritt auf dem Weg zum Opto-Computer
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Optische Flipflops sind möglicherweise die Wegbereiter einer neuen, rein optisch arbeitenden Chip-Generation. Als erste Entwicklungsstufe der optischen Zukunft rücken Flipflops ins Blickfeld – sie speichern ihre Bits mit Licht statt mit Elektronen.
Gemplus installe une usine à Tianjin (Chine)
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Gemplus International S.A. a récemment annoncé l’inauguration d’une nouvelle usine à Tianjin, en Chine. Destinée à fournir le marché national et international en solutions à base de cartes à puce, l’usine devrait permettre à Gemplus de mieux satisfaire à la demande du marché, tout en aidant les opérateurs de télécommunications chinois à développer des services à valeur ajoutée.
En Inde, une usine de semi-conducteurs devrait entamer sa production en 2006
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La première entreprise indienne dotée d’une unité de fabrication devrait révolutionner le secteur en s’équipant d’une usine de plaquettes de 200 mm en février 2005, avec un lancement de la production prévu pour juillet 2006, a annoncé CyberMedia News le 26 novembre 2004.
TriQuint cesse son activité de modules optoélectroniques et supprime 200 emplois
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TriQuint Semiconductor Inc. a annoncé lundi (29 novembre) le repositionnement de sa stratégie commerciale pour l’activité optoélectronique ainsi que le licenciement de 200 employés au sein de l’unité concernée.
Philips' ARM-Core sprengt die MCU-Grenzen
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Zwei Trends laufen derzeit bei 32-Bit-Microcontrollern zusammen, die noch schneller mehr CPU-Leistung, Speicher und bessere Schnittstellen versprechen.
P-Com restructures Agilent financing agreement
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Fixed broadband wireless equipment developer P-Com has restructured a financial agreement with Agilent Financial Services, Inc., the investment arm of test equipment developer Agilent Technologies.
Chipcon spins ZigBee SoC
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A few weeks after announcing a module pact with NEC, Chipcon is sending an IC to market that combines a ZigBee RF front-end, memory, and a microcontroller in a single package.
Sensor meldet sich per SNMP
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Zur Überwachung von unbemannten Außenstationen hat der US-Hersteller Omnitronix seinen Sensor SL-10 kreiert. Das Gerät nutzt das verbreitete Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) für die Übermittlung von Betriebszuständen.
Sensor steuert Airbag-Zündstärke
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Eine der Voraussetzungen für das 'adaptive' Zünden von Airbags hat Siemens VDO mit der Entwicklung spezieller Gewichtssensoren zum Einbau in die Fahrzeugsitze erfüllt.
VCO for broadband wireless equipment
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The CRO2645A voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO) is engineered for broadband wireless equipment designs.
Chipcon spins ZigBee SoC
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A few weeks after announcing a module pact with NEC, Chipcon is sending an IC to market that combines a ZigBee RF front-end, memory, and a microcontroller in a single package.
Datang expands core licensing agreement with LSI Logic
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Datang Technology Co. Ltd. has extended its licensing agreement with LSI Logic to include the ZSP540 digital signal processor (DSP) for use in its 3G wireless applications.
Maxtor appoints Duston Willliams CFO
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Disk drive supplier Maxtor Corp. has appointed Duston Williams, a former executive at rival Western Digital Corp., as executive vice president and chief financial officer
Side-projection FPD start-up receives cash boost
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Cambridge Flat Projection Display Ltd. (CamFPD) has received an investment of £150,000 (about US$285,000) from the United Kingdom's National Endowment for Science Technology and the Arts (NESTA) to help the company develop a prototype of its Wedge flat panel display technology and to engage major corporate customers.
VCO for broadband wireless equipment
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The CRO2645A voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO) is engineered for broadband wireless equipment designs.
Cisco expands high-availability features for Catalyst switching
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Cisco Systems Inc. is expanding options for its chassis-based Catalyst switching lines.
Cisco continues to rule switch markets
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Report says Cisco dominates L4 to L7 switch-load balancer without SSL, and L2-L3 Ethernet switch markets.
Multi-gigabit analog equalizer
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The EQ50F100 analog equalizer compensates for transmission medium losses and reduces deterministic jitter in backplane designs.
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