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Handheld cable and antenna analyzer delivers 8-hour battery use
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The S33IL Cable and Antenna Analyzer by Anritsu Company provides high-performance cable and antenna analysis.
ST's new 32-bit ARM Cortex MCUs for affordable digital signal control
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STM32 F3 series boosts STM32 Cortex-M4 based portfolio to over 70 devices, combining unprecedented analog peripheral integration with DSP and FPU-enhanced core.
ISC8 rolls out secure SSD, memory stick
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Both devices expand the company’s Vault-MM series, designed to support government and enterprise customers.
VectorStar system extends system frequency coverage to 750 GHz
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Anritsu Company’s ME7838A VectorStar 4-port configuration extends the Vector Network Analyzer (VNA) measurement system to 750 GHz and higher.
E-band emission test solution achieves best-in-class dynamic range
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The Anritsu MS2830A signal analyzer features an external mixer design that achieves a best in-class-dynamic range.
Agilent introduces high-performance mid-range vector network analyzers
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Agilent Technologies Inc. introduced five PNA-L vector network analyzer models, claiming the highest performance (up to 50 GHz) in a mid-range VNA, along with lower cost and future-proof capabilities.
Agilent claims world's fastest USB power sensors
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Agilent Technologies Inc. released the Agilent U2020 X-series, which it claims incorporates the world's fastest USB power sensors.
Agilent debuts PA module design for next release of Advanced Design System
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Agilent Technologies Inc. announced new capabilities for RF power amplifier design in the next major release of Agilent's Advanced Design System.
Analyst lowers chip market forecast for 2012
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Actual global chip sales for May 2012 are likely to be reported at about 3 percent lower than the same month in 2011, according to Bruce Diesen, an analyst at Carnegie Group (Oslo, Norway).
Power management gauge measures multi-cell batteries
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Today’s multi-cell lithium battery designs in portable industrial and medical equipment need a more accurate way to measure remaining battery capacity. Texas Instruments today introduced the first in a family of multi-chemistry, multi-cell battery management gas gauge circuits using the company’s proprietary impedance track capacity measurement technology.
Infineon leads power chip market ranking, says IMS
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7/2/2012   1 comment
The power semiconductor market grew by 9 percent to just under $18 billion in 2011, with Infineon top of the ranking, according to market analyst IMS Research.
Terahertz emitter harnesses 45-nm CMOS
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Texas Instrument has demonstrated a terahertz-range emitter which could be a step toward creating silicon-based terahertz-range emitters and detectors that could downsize millimeter-wavelength devices for a wide variety of applications beyond airport security including safer medical and dental imaging along with a whole array of industrial and environmental applications aimed at detecting hazardous substances.
Micron confirms Elpida deal, also plans Rexchip purchase
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7/2/2012   9 comments
Memory chip company Micron has confirmed that it has signed a definitive "sponsor agreement" to acquire and support Japan's Elpida for $2.5 billion. Micron said it will also buy a 24 percent share of Taiwanese DRAM fab Rexchip from Powerchip Technology Corp. for approximately $334 million.
China, U.S. lead innovation, Europe nowhere, says survey
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7/2/2012   55 comments
China and the United States are the two countries most likely to come up with "disruptive technology breakthroughs" with a global impact in the next two to four years, according to a survey conducted by auditor and consultancy KPMG.
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