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Circuit protection takes a new turn
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With the concepts of total-system and multiple-level circuit protection fast taking hold as higher-speed and lower-voltage applications beckon-from high-level Firewire and Universal Serial Bus (USB) tasks to protecting everyday sensor lines-more protection devices and more device types in combination are becoming the rule rather than the exception.
Low-cost soft radio leverages COTS
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Algorithms define smart antenna
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DSPs' role in cell phones shifting
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Who loves ya, baby?
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If you have analog IC design skills the answer is, everyone. On the eve of DAC, Steve Ohr muses on the bidding for analog IP.
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