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Class D audio amplifier market set for 15% CAGR, says Gartner
Product News  
12/3/2007   Post a comment
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.
Oki ships SOI-CMOS ultraviolet sensor IC
Product News  
12/3/2007   Post a comment
Oki has started to ship in volume the ML8511 ultraviolet (UV) sensor IC that is based on SOI-CMOS technology.
Under the Hood: iPod video, up close and personal
Teardown  
12/3/2007   1 comment
Virtual display glasses aren't new, but MyVu uses Kopin's on-glass LCD technology and advanced packaging, materials and integration to bring the cost, size, power and weight down to a usable format for consumers.
2.7GHz, 60dB mean-squared power detector responds in 500ns
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12/3/2007   Post a comment
Linear Technology has developed a wide dynamic range mean-squared RF detector that it claims sets a new level of accuracy and speed performance.
IDT gears up for shift to DisplayPort
News & Analysis  
12/3/2007   Post a comment
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.
Video quality assessment with motion and temporal artifacts considered
Design How-To  
12/1/2007   Post a comment
Most video quality metrics, including PSNR, JND and MSE, do not incorporate motion information. Yet motion, and motion errors play a crucial role in the perception of video. A new paradigm for video quality assessment takes into account artifacts arising from spatio-temporal processes including ghosting behind fast-moving objects, block artifacts from faulty motion compensation, mosquito effect near moving edges, jerkiness, and smearing from slow acquisition.
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