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JST Corp. SFH Series wire-to-board crimp style connector
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The SFH Series wire-to-board crimp style connector from JST Corp. is a compact, low-profile connector with both polarization and a secure friction locking device to ensure reliable contact in low current, low voltage conditions.
Zlinx Xtreme wireless I/O modules and modems eliminate up to 40 miles of wiring
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B&B's unveils its Zlinx Xtreme IP67 outdoor-rated wireless radio modems and I/O modules for harsh and remote environments.
LED-backed LCD TVs on healthy growth path
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LCD TV panel makers are targeting aggressive growth for LED panel shipments, with plans to reach 40 percent LED penetration in Q4’10, and to exceed 50 percent in Q2’11, according to the latest DisplaySearch report.
Automating static timing analysis process
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EMA Design Automation announced TimingDesigner 9.25 with enhanced Automerge functionality, which the company claims, dramatically decreases the time required for performing interface timing analysis.
Russian SoC designers take Virage IP for TV
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9/1/2010   2 comments
Semiconductor circuit licensor Virage Logic Corp. has announced that Microelectronics Research Institute Progress has licensed the ARC Video 401V subsystem.
Lyrtech makes financial progress
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Lyrtech Inc. (Quebec City, Canada) which specializes in digital signal processing technologies and supplies a range of DSP-FPGA development platforms has reported a net profit of $0.1 million for the second quarter of 2010.
GlobalFoundries shows 28-nm AMS design kit
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9/1/2010   1 comment
GlobalFoundries is making a 28-nm analog/mixed-signal design flow development kit available to customers, the company said at the opening of its Global Technology Conference in Santa Clara, California.
Asus design win as Boston-Power raises $60 million
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9/1/2010   1 comment
A rechargeable lithium-ion battery from Boston-Power has been designed into notebook computers from Asus as the company raises $60 million in Series E.
Purdue pump uses body heat to deliver drugs
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9/1/2010   4 comments
Purdue University researchers have developed a pump for drug-delivery patches that might use arrays of "microneedles" to deliver a wider range of medications using the body's heat to transfer the drugs.
Freescale forms joint lab with Chinese automaker
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9/1/2010   1 comment
Engineers from Beiqi Foton Motor and Freescale Semiconductor will work together to integrate Freescale microcontrollers and sensors into automotive control systems for the powertrain, chassis, safety and "green" aspirations of the Chinese automakers.
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