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RF Micro upgrades guidance
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WPI reports sales gains
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Processor uses accelerators to handle video for handhelds
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9/4/2003   Post a comment
Emblaze Semiconductor has rolled out its third-generation application processor for mobile phones and other handheld devices, claiming it can capture and play back high-quality video in various formats.
Protection series integrates TVS parts
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9/4/2003   Post a comment
A family of five protection devices from ON Semiconductor integrates multiple transient-voltage-suppression (TVS) components into a single 1.6 x 1.6 x 0.6-mm SOT-553 or SOT-563 package.
PWM buck-boost regulators can switch at 180 kHz
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Anachip's AP1623 family of fast switching regulators switches at 180 kHz while driving 3 amps.
SMBus temperature sensors accurate within 1 percent/ degrees C
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Maxim Integrated Products' MAX6646 and MAX6647 are precise two-channel digital temperature sensors that are said to measure the temperature of a remote thermal diode within plus/minus 1 degrees C.
Downconverter aims at satellite set-tops
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Intersil says its ISL6405 dual-output low-noise block (LNB) downconverter supply and control voltage regulator IC can save board space, parts count and cost for satellite set-top-box manufacturers.
Audio amp needs no reference bypass cap
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National Semiconductor Corp.'s latest Boomer audio amplifier eliminates the need for a reference voltage bypass capacitor.
Digital timing chip boasts 325-ps jitter for OC-3 line cards
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Zarlink Semiconductor touts the low jitter of its ZL30410 full-featured digital timing chip for access line cards operating at OC-3 rates.
16-bit D/A's conversion rate said to top 600 Msamples/s
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Analog Devices Inc. describes its AD9726 as the fastest 16-bit digital-to-analog converter available, with a conversion rate exceeding 600 Msamples/second.
Intel dives into 90nm technology shift
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9/1/2003   Post a comment
Intel Corp. is sampling the first processors manufactured on its 90nm technology process--the Prescott for desktop PCs and the Dothan, an improved version of the Pentium M chip for laptops, the company said last week.
A disciplined Linear defies downturn
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9/1/2003   Post a comment
It's no exaggeration to say Linear Technology Corp. has all the bases covered. Name an electronics market" automotive, communications, computing, consumer, industrial, medical, or military" and the supplier of the high-performance analog ICs is there, in many cases with single-source, high-margin products.
Elpida to run NEC fab in Hiroshima
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9/1/2003   Post a comment
Elpida Memory Inc. last week said that it will take over management of NEC Corp.'s 200mm-wafer fab in Hiroshima, which had been serving as a foundry supplying DRAMs to Elpida. The company last week also introduced a 512-Mbit DDR400 SDRAM and 1Gbyte PC-3200 DIMM employing the high-speed memory chip.
NTT takes the rough out of diamond IC
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9/1/2003   Post a comment
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp. (NTT) has developed a diamond semiconductor that operates at an 81GHz frequency, more than twice the speed of preceding chips and enabling for the first time amplification in a millimeter wave band of 30 to 300GHz, according to the company.
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