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Drivers for PCI-bus cards use Linux 2.6
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New data-acquisition drivers for United Electronic Industries' PCI-bus cards take advantage of real-time enhancements to the Linux kernel 2.6.
Simulator for Motorola eTPU
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Ash Ware's eTPU Simulator supports Motorola's Enhanced Time Processor Unit. The simulator provides simulation and debugging capabilities such as code-coverage analysis, a logic analyzer display, variable and watch windows, call stack windows, trace, direct register modification, data verification, and test verification.
Chip market recovery set to last, says researcher
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Market researcher Future Horizons is bucking the conventional industry wisdom in a report that downplays forecasts of a short-lived recovery and chip market downturn in 2005.
Analyst Niles sees strong upturn just ahead
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Dan Niles, the oft-quoted stock analyst turned high-tech fund manager, said here Tuesday (March 30)that underinvestment in semiconductor capital equipment over the past three years has created a favorable climate for semiconductor supply and demand.
LTCC samples in two weeks
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TDK Research & Development Corp. has opened a new prototyping facility for low temperature co-fired ceramic (LTCC) products in its Phoenix design center, which now offers both product design and prototyping services. The new facility allows the company to turnaround LTCC sample devices in two weeks.
Inductors find a home in high-current filtering
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Carlsbad, Calif. — The new 51P53XX inductor series from Vitec Electronics Corp. can handle DC/DC conversion in notebook computers, handheld devices and battery-powered and low-voltage converters that require a low profile and current handling of up to 17 amps (A).
Mid-sized industrial platform specification debuts
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A group of board-level computer makers is now supporting a next-generation embedded single board computer platform. Dubbed the Embedded Platform for Industrial Computing, the mid-sized platform will be larger than a 3.6 x 3.8-in. PC/104 module. On the other hand, it will be smaller than the 5.75 x 8-in. EBX board form-factor.
Test modules support next-generation 4.25-Gbit/s storage area networks
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Agilent Technologies announces what it bills is an industry-first storage area network tester. This SAN tester addresses the 4-Gbit/s Fibre Channel standard.
Product speeds up software builds
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Parallel builds have always created problems with getting Makefile dependencies just right. The company Electric Cloud says they've created a build accelerator that solves all this.
Dry reed switches tackle tough jobs
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3/30/2004   Post a comment
Providence, R.I. — Targeting high reliability automatic test equipment, security, industrial and computer applications, Coto Technology's new RI-90 Series changeover dry reed switch offers an initial contact resistance of 140 milliohms (max).
Push switches focus on auto apps
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The next generation of SPED series push switches from ALPS Electric Co., Ltd. features near-silent operation, smooth operational feel, and a thinner profile for lamps in car cabin interiors.
Symmetry expands display portfolio
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Strengthening its display products portfolio, Symmetry Electronics Corp. has signed two new North American distribution agreements with AAEON Electronics and Emerging Display Technologies (EDT). Symmetry will distribute AAEON's entire product line of single board computers and EDT's full line of STN and FSTN LCDs, and LTPS TFTs. The distributor will support both lines through its Display Products Division.
Modular jack integrates LEDs
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Kycon's new multi-port, side entry modular jacks feature integrated LEDs for telecommunications, networking systems, security systems, and multimedia set-top box applications.
Molded connectors offer color-coded wires
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Waytek Inc. is supplying its molded connectors with color-coded wires. These assemblies are available in loop style with a male or female connector on each end, or with a male or female connector on one end only.
TCXOs designed for GPS
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CMAC MicroTechnology has developed a new series of global positioning system (GPS) temperature compensated crystal oscillators (TCXOs) that can be used with the recently launched Chinese Beidou (Twin Star) navigation satellites.
Digi-Key and AVX form global partnership
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Digi-Key Corp. and AVX Corp. have signed a global distribution agreement that allows Digi-Key to sell AVX's products worldwide.
Mid-range digital oscilloscopes are ergonomically designed
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Scope maker LeCroy has some new mid-range LCD touchscreen oscilloscopes with both 2- and 4-channel instruments. These tout bandwidths of 200 MHz, 350 MHz, and 500 MHz. All six models offer 2-Gsample/s sample rates.
Maxwell launches ultracap in standard battery form factor
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Maxwell Technologies, Inc. has unveiled its first BOOSTCAP ultracapacitor in a standard battery-sized package. Maxwell said it's the first company to offer ultracapacitors packaged in an industry standard form factor.
Power rocker switches deliver multiple functionality
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Newton, Mass. — ITT Industries, Cannon's new single pole (CM) and double pole (CN) series of panel mount power rocker switches are available in a wide choice of configurations and actuator designs.
Focus on the class of audio amps
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The sweet sound you hear in your home theater, your portable CD headset, and your multi-speaker car audio may be sheer magic to your ears, but it required diverse design techniques that presented several design challenges before it could go live.
Microsoft previews CE 5.0
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Microsoft Corp. said the new version of its Windows CE due out this summer will offer tool improvements, better multimedia and 50 new production-quality drivers.
Sequence claims key optimization patents
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Sequence Design has announced four new patents that cover key analysis and optimization technology, according to the company. The patents cover clock tree insertion, circuit optimization, zero-skew buffer insertion, and match delay buffer insertion.
Tutorial on Designing Delta-Sigma Modulators: Part 1
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Delta-sigma modulators will allow designers to meet the dynamic range, adaptability, and programmability requirements of multi-mode GSM/W-CDMA designs. Find out how to craft these devices in this two-part tutorial.
ARC, Green Hills ink tools deal
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Cores vendor ARC International on Monday (March 29) struck a deal with Green Hills Software to bring GHS's development environment to its customers.
Zuken revamps PCB prototyping tool
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Enhancements to the latest version of Zuken Ltd.'s pc-board virtual prototyping tool, Hot-Stage 4.2, allow verification of complete electronic systems.

Zuken gives prototyping tool a tweak
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Enhancements to the latest version of Zuken Ltd.'s pc-board virtual prototyping tool, Hot-Stage 4.2, allow verification of complete electronic systems.
Cypress India to hire 160, doubling engineer roster
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Cypress Semiconductor Corp. will invest about $5 million in India over the next 12 to 18 months as it doubles the number of engineers at development centers here and in Hyderabad by year's end.
Game design gets serious for real-world applications
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Games aren't just child's play anymore. Advances in computer graphics and communications have given rise to a growing market for "serious games" — nonentertainment applications developed by public-policy advocates, educators, corporate management, the health care industry and nonprofit foundations. The reality is that many 3D game developers cut their teeth on military flight simulators. From San Jose, Richard Wallace reports.
A wiser Legerity charts its comeback with VoIP
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Few companies have survived the telecom downturn with more lessons learned than Legerity Inc., which spun out of Advanced Micro Devices Inc. in August 2000 just as the voice telephony market went into a deep freeze. There's good business left in analog line cards, the company insisted. But the real growth opportunity, David Lammers reports, is coming on now.
Speedy A/Ds demand stable clocks
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Analog-to-digital converters capable of digitizing high-frequency inputs are now available at 14-bit resolution and greater than 100-MHz clock rates.
Is the IC recovery over?
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SystemC tool adds top-down design
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System-level tool vendor CoWare Inc. has added graphics-based front-end design software and other features to the System Designer tool of ConvergenSC, its family of SystemC-based system-on-chip design and verification products.
2-W DC/DCs serve reliably in tight spots
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MicroPower Direct's G200 series is a family of 2-watt DC/DC converters in a 14-pin dual-in-line (Mini-DIP) case suited to industrial, data-acquisition, data processing equipment, remote equipment, and board level power distribution subsystems. Users have a choice of twenty-eight single- and dual-output models that deliver 3.3, 5, 12, 15, ±5, ±12, or ±15 VDC from a 5, 12, 24, or 48-VDC input.
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