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Vector Informatik adopts Altera Cyclone III FPGAs for network interface product line
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Automotive-certified intellectual property for Altera Cyclone III FPGAs enables Vector Informatik to achieve seamless communication with standard network protocols.
Eight-channel analog switches target noise-sensitive applications
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These ICs from Supertex feature latch-up protection and quiescent power dissipation of 10-µA, which results in better operating efficiency in applications that require high voltage analog switching controlled by low voltage signals, such as medical ultrasound imaging and non-destructive testing (NDT).
Green Hills tailors toolkit for 405EZ embedded processor
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Green Hills has developed a software development toolkit targeting Applied Micro Circuit Corp.'s Power Architecture 405EZ embedded processor, a 32-bit RISC device.
MCU self-test software simplifies product safety compliance
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This self-test software for the STM32 MCU from STMicroelectronics is designed to simplify the testing and securing end-product approval and compliance with the demands of the IEC 60335-1 standard, when the MCU is used in household appliances.
Universal GNSS RF receiver is fully programmable
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Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX2769E/W, a universal, global navigation satellite system (GNSS) receiver for GPS (L1 C/A code and P-code), WAAS, EGNOS, Galileo, and GLONASS navigation satellite systems.
Class D audio amplifier market set for 15% CAGR, says Gartner
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Revenue for Class D audio amplifiers is set to grow from $334 million in 2006 to $688 million in 2011 and exhibit a 15.6 percent compound annual growth rate (CAGR), according to market forecast company Gartner Inc.
Samsung, Toshiba share NAND Flash specs to improve supply availability
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Samsung Electronics and Toshiba have licensed the rights to manufacture and sell each other's premium NAND Flash memory devices to give OEMs a second-source of supply.
Lattice-Oregano partner on IEEE 1588 Ethernet IP core
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IP core from Lattice Semiconductor and Oregano Systems supports IEEE 1588 clock synchronization and can be delivered as an IP Core or as an ASSP.
Oki ships SOI-CMOS ultraviolet sensor IC
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Oki has started to ship in volume the ML8511 ultraviolet (UV) sensor IC that is based on SOI-CMOS technology.
Silicon Labs expands 8-bit MCU ToolStick platform
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Silicon Laboratories Inc. enhanced its ToolStick platform, a fully contained evaluation system in a USB stick, enabling customers to evaluate and debug its C8051F mixed-signal 8-bit MCU families and program code into blank devices.
2.7GHz, 60dB mean-squared power detector responds in 500ns
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Linear Technology has developed a wide dynamic range mean-squared RF detector that it claims sets a new level of accuracy and speed performance.
Atmel, Fraunhofer Institute team on SoC development
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Atmel Corp. and the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits (ISS) in Germany have joined forces to develop systems-on-chip (SoCs) based on Atmel's AT91CAP customizable microcontroller for their mutual customers.
MATLAB-to-C tool get major upgrade
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Catalytic's MATLAB-to-C tool can now generate C code for over 300 MATLAB functions, including functions from the signal processing, communications, imaging, and math toolboxes.
TI rolls DaVinci for HD transcoding
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The TMS320DM6467 targets video transcoding in products such as set-top boxes and media gateways. It can simultaneously encode and decode multi-format HD video at resolutions up to H.264 HP@L4.
IDT gears up for shift to DisplayPort
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Integrated Device Technology has created a new digital display division focused on chips for the emerging DisplayPort standard, validating a major shift to DisplayPort from analog VGA and low voltage differential signaling in PC monitors, notebooks and inside LCD TVs.
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