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Silicon Labs acquires SNR Semiconductor
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10/4/2000   Post a comment
SRN, based in Austin, specializes in the design of CMOS-based analog and mixed-signal IC cores for use in communications applications. Under the terms, SNR Semiconductor will become part of Silicon Laboratories' Wireline Products Division.
Using Auto-Zero Amplifiers: Optimizing Circuits with Ultra-Precision Op Amps
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10/4/2000   Post a comment
New-generation chopper-stabilized devices reduce input offsets to a microvolt or less, and have no drift. ADI's Troy Murphy explains their theory and use.
Oki rolls out low-cost linear Codec for handsets
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10/3/2000   Post a comment
SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- Oki Semiconductor here has announced a new linear Codec device designed to lower the costs of digital-cellular handsets. Based on the company's digital signal processor (DSP) architecture, the ML7041 supports several cellular standards, such as code-division multiple access (CDMA), Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM), and time-division multiple access (TDMA).
Wireless LAN stretches to 5 GHz
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10/2/2000   Post a comment
Home nets hot for 5-GHz wireless
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Micrel adds dual, triple op amps to high-speed series
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SAN JOSE--Micrel Semiconductor here has introduced a new series of dual and triple operational amplifiers with the capability of driving unlimited capacitance loads and handling speeds up to 135 MHz.
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