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Advanced PFC controller brings more power management
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2/7/2006   Post a comment
STMicroelectronics' L6563 advanced PFC controller, for use with the pre-regulator circuitry of high-end AC/DC adapters and chargers for laptop PCs and game consoles, desktop PCs and servers, and switched-mode power supplies up to 250 watts, adds safety and efficiency functions. These features include brownout and feedback disconnect protection and additional power management facility.
VCO delivers low noise and wide tuning range
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2/6/2006   Post a comment
The CLV1630A-LF delivers single side band (SSB) phase noise of -111dBc/Hz at 10 kHz away from carrier with a second harmonic suppression better than -15dBc.
DiBcom to launch an integrated DVB-H tuner, demodulator
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2/6/2006   Post a comment
DiBcom is angling to join "mixed signal" leaders in the race to ignite a volume market for cell phone-based mobile TV.
IBM describes 60-GHz transceiver chip set
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2/6/2006   Post a comment
IBM’s description of a two-chip, 60-GHz SiGe radio at ISSCC holds more surprises than just radio integration.
Multiplexers expand video input and output capabilities for consumer electronics
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2/6/2006   Post a comment
Although most video codec chips have integrated analog multiplexers, the number of inputs may not be sufficient to accommodate today's variety of video sources available to consumers. The same applies to the serial digital stream, where signal routing may be required to connect multiple devices to the same bus. A cost-effective solution to this problem is to use external multiplexers to increase the number of inputs to the existing video codec.
1-GHz multiplexers handle high resolution signals
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2/3/2006   Post a comment
Intersil Corp. claims to have broken the current bandwidth barrier with triple RGB or YPbPr multiplexers with 1 GHz of bandwidth for high-speed analog video-input switching applications.
Analog switches housed in chipscale package
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2/2/2006   Post a comment
Pericom Semiconductor Corp.'s family of analog switches for mobile terminal applications are said to feature chipscale packaging, very low on-resistance, and wide voltage ranges.
Off-line switcher IC extends flexibility, power range
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2/2/2006   Post a comment
Product Review - Power Integrations' TinySwitch III off-line switcher ICs expand the flexibility of the company's TinySwitch II devices in four areas: More power, user-selectable power levels, lower no-load power draw, and lower bulk capacitance requirements.
Driving Digital Power Management into the Mainstream
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2/2/2006   Post a comment
Digital power today is a small fraction of overall power industry revenue but is commanding a large share of industry attention and discussion. As the digital transition begins to build force in the critical area of power management, Primarion's Deepak Savadatti believes it's worthwhile to clarify the key issues involved in enabling the transition toward a profitable and productive momentum that benefits everyone in the supply chain.
Voltage comparators deliver high output
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2/2/2006   Post a comment
Advanced Linear Devices Inc. (ALD) added two quad voltage comparators to its precision monolithic high performance line that are said to provide a 0.24-amp output drive.
Siano Mobile nears completion of investment round
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2/1/2006   Post a comment
Fabless chip set developer Siano Mobile Silicon is nearing completion of a $20 million, Series B round of investment.
Video driver sends cell phone images to large displays
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2/1/2006   Post a comment
Fairchild Semiconductor claims this is the smallest video filter/driver available for driving video images from cell phones to televisions, computer monitors or other large display products.
Inductor-based DC/DCs extend LED driver portfolio
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2/1/2006   Post a comment
Semtech's SC4501, SC4502, and SC4502H step-up switching regulators can power up to 10 white LEDs, OLED displays or generate the bias voltages for TFT LCDs.
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