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What a difference a Gig Makes
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Configurable logic element run at 1 GHz
Partnership Provides Benefits of Third Party Tools to Proprietary Design Environment
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Partnership Provides Benefits of Third Party Tools to Proprietary Design Environment
Is it an ASIC, an FPGA, or an ASIC with and FPGA?
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Second phase of FPGA and ASIC alternative positions itself to offer best of both worlds.
Customizing a Standard
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NIOS Processors gain steam as proprietary processor adds benefits not easily accommodated in hard embedded microcontroller macros
Integrated chip supports new high definition audio interface and current AC97 bus architectures
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Agere Systems introduced an integrated, dual-mode modem chip based on the next-generation high definition audio bus architecture for surround-sound audio, streaming music and video applications.
Intel cible trois processeurs pour le marché des processeurs intégrés
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Intel Corp. a levé le voile sur trois nouveaux processeurs intégrés mercredi (2 juin), soit quelques semaines seulement après avoir lancé des versions non intégrées des mêmes processeurs.
Adaptive ICs add life to lamps
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International Rectifier says its two intelligent ICs set new reliability standards for halogen-lamp transformers and the ballasts used in compact-fluorescent systems. The IR2161, for low-voltage halogens suited to window and gallery lighting, and the IR2520D, for general-purpose compact fluorescents, share common threads to maximize reliability in rather harsh environments: high-voltage junction-isolation technology, which allows the company to integrate high and low-voltage building blocks on a
Toshiba to promote MeP core with tool vendors, design houses
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Toshiba Corp.'s attempt to promote its media embedded processor as an embedded core will include 12 partners from the ranks of tool venders, design houses and IP providers.
IC-Markt: Asien/Pazifik und Europa überholen Japan
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Die aktuellen Daten der World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS) enthalten eine Überraschung: Neben dem asiatisch-pazifischen Wirtschaftsraum gehört auch Europa zu den Wachstumsträgern. Beide Bereichen werden in diesem Jahr den bisherigen Spitzenreiter Japan beim Halbleiter-Absatz überrunden.
Charge-pumps brighten display picture
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6/2/2004   Post a comment
Three new generations of charge-pump from Advanced Analogic Technologies bring a new level of functional, high-efficiency, and cost- and space-saving performance to LED- and LCD-based display applications. These chips maximize brightness in white LEDs (AAT3140/41) in single-cell portable applications, improve camera flash performance (AAT3112), and provide the positive and negative voltages (AAT3190) for thin-film transistor liquid-crystal displays (TFT-LCDs), organic light-emitting diodes (OLED
Intel targets three processors for embedded market
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Intel Corp. unveiled three new embedded processors, just weeks after rolling out the non-embedded versions of the same processors.
Supervisor monitors six supplies
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260-MHz single-supply DACs offer industry's lowest power consumption
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Intersil this week announced the release of three new high-speed and low-power precision digital-to-analog converters (DACs), the 10-bit ISL5757, the 12-bit ISL5857 and the 14-bit ISL5957. Operating at frequencies as high as 260 million samples per second (Msps), these new converters offer the highest precision, single-supply operation and the industry's lowest power consumption for conversion of high-speed digital data to high-accuracy analog.
High quality audio amp for the home with minimal design effort
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National Semi offers three new stereo audio amplifiers in its Overture line of products for home stereo systems. Check out the review by Editor Paul O'Shea on these newest audio amplifiers that feature quiet fade-in/fade-out mute mode circuitry for gradually bringing the sound up or down.
New performance level set with wideband, current-feedback amplifier for video signal processing and wireless communications
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TI announced a low-power, current-feedback amplifier unmatched bandwidth at low and high gains. The device is designed for applications in video signal processing, cable modems, wireless communications and test instrumentation.
These differential amplifiers drive the complete range of A/D converters
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Analog Devices' newest fully differential high-speed amplifiers are designed to deliver the industry's best combination of low noise, low distortion and wide dynamic range"ideal for driving high-speed, analog-to-digital converters.
U.S.: China's military modernization continues to stress electronics
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In an annual report to Congress, the Pentagon argues that China's military modernization effort continues. Space and communications networks are among Beijing's priorities, DoD said. From Washington, George Leopold has this report.
Pixelworks rolls line of video decoder SoCs
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Pixelworks Inc. is bulking up its line of system-on-chip devices for the advanced display market with the roll out of a family of video decoders. From Taiwan, Mike Clendenin has this report.
April's global chip sales up 36.7%
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The three-month average of global semiconductor sales rose to $16.94 billion in April, a sequential increase of 4.1 percent from the $16.275 billion reported in March and a 36.7 percent increase from April 2003. From London, Peter Clarke filed this report.
ATI, Nvidia take different tacks to first PCI-Express desktops
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Archrivals Nvidia Corp. and ATI Technologies Inc. are taking very different approaches as they roll out graphics processors and modules aimed at the first crop of PCs supporting the serial PCI Express interconnect. Rick Merritt has this report.
Phone fun means 3-D wake-up call
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Whenever executives from ATI Technologies Inc. meet people who are skeptical about the company's three-dimensional cellular phone graphics technology, they console themselves with history. "During 1997 and '98, when we described our graphics chips for notebook computers, people actually laughed," said Azzedine Boubguira, director of marketing for the handheld group at ATI. "They'd say, 'Why would we need a 3-D notebook?'" Today, 3-D graphics accelerators are at the heart of many notebook PCs. Ch
Connectivity-Prozessoren machen Autos kommunikativ
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Autos sollen nicht mehr einsam sein: Damit deren Fahrer und Bordcomputer leichter Zugang zu Telekommunikationsdienstleistungen finden, hat National Semiconductor eine Familie von Kommunikationsprozessoren entwickelt. Die Bausteine sollen auch dem Fahrzeug-internen Datenverkehr Beine machen.
Startup nimmt SoCs für WiMax in Angriff
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Ein französischer Startup will es wissen: Mit einem integrierten Basisband-SoC (System-on-a-Chip) nimmt es der Newcomer gegen die alteingesessenen Schwergewichte der Wireless-Branche auf.
Intel to narrow forecast based on strong flash, notebook demand
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Intel Corp. will reportedly narrow its second quarter forecast to the upper range of its previous guidance due to growing demand for NOR flash memory and the stabilization of the notebook PC market.
Microchip adds flash program memory to its PIC MCU line
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6/1/2004   Post a comment
Microchip Technology Inc. is enabling users of its Baseline one-time programmable microcontrollers the ability to migrate to MCUs with flash program memory with the launching of five PIC 8-bit flash based MCUs.
Competition heats in X86, PowerPC embedded markets
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Competition stepped up a notch or two in the embedded X86 and PowerPC processor markets last week, and already the brickbats are flying.
260-MHz single-supply DACs offer industry's lowest power consumption
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Intersil today announced the release of three new high-speed and low-power precision digital-to-analog converters (DACs), the 10-bit ISL5757, the 12-bit ISL5857 and the 14-bit ISL5957. Operating at frequencies as high as 260 million samples per second (Msps), these new converters offer the highest precision, single-supply operation and the industry's lowest power consumption for conversion of high-speed digital data to high-accuracy analog.
DRAM's tortuous road
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Good news and bad news tend to go hand in hand in the DRAM market. Consider the latest forecast for memory products from Gartner Inc. (Stamford, Conn.). The market researcher predicts DRAM vendors "will enjoy a strong 2004" but adds that "oversupply will sour the following 12 months, and intense competition looks likely to make for a grim 2006."
Competition heats in X86, PowerPC embedded markets
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Competition stepped up a notch or two in the embedded X86 and PowerPC processor markets last week, and already the brickbats are flying.
Rien ne va plus in der Wafer-Fertigung
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Um mehr als 60 Prozent hat die Fertigung in Foundries und bei führenden Chipherstellern im ersten Quartal 2004 im Vergleich zum Vorjahreszeitraum zugelegt. Laut einem Bericht der SICAS über Kapazitäten und Fab-Auslastungen brummt das Geschäft wie noch nie: Trotz umfassender Kapazitätserweiterungen ist eine Auslastung von fast 100 Prozent erreicht.
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