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posted in January 2011
DesignCon: National, Rambus rev to 20G+
News & Analysis  
1/31/2011   1 comment
National, Molex and Rambus will be among dozens of companies at DesignCon unveiling capabilities to drive signals to 20 Gbits/s or higher for next-generation systems.
USB simplified - adding USB connectivity to applications with legacy serial connections
Design How-To  
1/30/2011   11 comments
USB-based microcontrollers may not offer the right peripheral set required for an application, resulting in time-to-market delays, increased design complexity and added cost. A relatively painless and economical alternative is to use fixed-function USB bridge chips to add USB connectivity to any embedded MCU-based system that uses serial communications.
New 10 Gbps repeaters double signal conditioning performance at half the power
Product News  
1/28/2011   Post a comment
Provide the industry's highest equalisation gain (36 dB), consume half the power (55 mW/channel) and deliver twice the reach (20 m over 24-AWG cable) of current solutions
Parade Technologies PS8330A/B DisplayPort 1.2 repeater/redriver
Product News  
1/27/2011   Post a comment
Parade’s repeater supports a 5.4Gb/s main link, fast AUX, and HDMI-compatible dual-mode operation.
AMD aims 'most capable' processor at embedded
Product News  
1/20/2011   5 comments
Microprocessor vendor Advanced Micro Devices Inc. has announced the immediate availability of its G-Series processor which is describes as an Accelerated Processing Unit of APU for embedded systems.
How to implement *All-Digital* analog-to-digital converters in FPGAs and ASICs
Design How-To  
1/18/2011   61 comments
All-Digital Digital-to-Analog Converters (DACs) offer 50% lower power, 68% smaller area, process technology independence, reduced risk and cycle time, digital integration and synthesis, and easier radiation-hardened design.
Fairchild’s industry-first bi-directional logic gate optocoupler offers highest level of optical isolation, EMI immunity
Product News  
1/17/2011   Post a comment
The FOD8012 logic gate optocoupler from Fairchild Semiconductor is a full duplex, bi-directional logic gate optocoupler with high noise immunity as well as optical isolation. This bi-directional optocoupler is targeted for industrial fieldbus communications, programmable logic control, and servo control as well as inverter, factory automation, process control and test and measurement applications.
Analog Devices' ADV7525 and ADV7526 HDMI transmitters
Product News  
1/12/2011   Post a comment
ADI's Advantiv ADV7525 and ADV7526 transmitters enable mobile designers to deliver 3-D display resolutions, extended colorimetry and longer battery life to portable HD video and camera devices.
Fairchild's 74AUP logic gates provide lower voltage operating ranges, lower parts count in mobile and portable devices
Product News  
1/8/2011   Post a comment
The 74AUP logic gate family of TinyLogic devices from Fairchild Semiconductor is comprised of configurable logic gates that enable multiple logic functions from a single two-input device. The 74AUP family can do up to nine different logic functions: AND, NAND, OR, NOR, XOR, XNOR, MUX, inverter, and buffer. This enables design engineers to use one part for multiple functions, which reduces overall part count.


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