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Smart card groups join forces in Taiwan
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The MultiMediaCard Association intends to join forces with a Taiwanese memory card alliance.
Meter measures UMTS RF field strength
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With increasing public concern over the proliferation of 3G mobile phone towers, this UMTS software upgrade for the Narda SRM-3000 selective radiation meter enables it to measure field strength from individual UMTS cells at a shared antenna site.
Elesta extends switching capacity of safety relay by 50%
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The Elesta SGR 282 Z safety relay with 2 forcibly guided change-over contacts according to EN 50205 and has been further improved. Sensitive coils up to 110 V DC with a coil power consumption of approx. 700 mW are now available.
Manhattan Routing offers hierarchical timing closure
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Manhattan Routing has extended the capability of its Physical Window/Optimization Cockpit timing closure tool to include optimization of hierarchical integrated circuit designs.
Wireless transceiver links devices implanted in humans
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Zarlink introduces the world's first wireless chip designed specifically for in-body communication systems
Upgraded FPGA design tool boosts logic performance by 15%
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The PlanAhead design and analysis tool that supports Virtex-4 platform and Spartan-3 FPGA families has been upgraded with several new features that enable engineers to find and fix problems even earlier in the design process than previous versions. The PlanAhead 7.1 tool's enhancements include metric maps, gate-level floor planning, an intuitive user interface, and improved accuracy of timing analysis.
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