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posted in March 2012
Linear Technology TM2881 and TM2882 isolated µModule transceivers
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3/29/2012   Post a comment
Linear has introduced automotive (H-grade) and high reliability military (MP-grade) versions of its isolated µModule transceivers, which guard against large ground-to-ground differentials and common-mode transients in RS485 and RS232 networks.
PLX Technology TN8045 10GBase-T PHY
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3/29/2012   Post a comment
PLX Technology is getting ready to sample the TeraPHY TN8045, a 40nm, quad-port, 10 Gigabit Ethernet PHY in a 25x25mm2 BGA package.
Ambiq launches nanoampere RTC chips
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3/25/2012   10 comments
Fabless chip company Ambiq Micro has announced the introduction to the market of the AM08XX and AM18XX real-time clock (RTC) chips, which the company claims are the world's lowest power RTC chips. The typical active current is between 15 and 55 nanoamperes, Ambiq said.
Micron broadening support for memory cube
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3/23/2012   5 comments
At next week’s Design West, Micron will discuss plans to broaden support around its Hybrid Memory Cube, a high profile initiative in a growing wave of 3-D chip stacks.
Parade Technologies PS171 and PS181 DisplayPort 1.1a to HDMI 1.4 and DVI 1.0 converter.
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3/9/2012   Post a comment
Parade added two devices to its portfolio of DisplayPort-to-HDMI/DVI conversion chips, enabling emerging applications of 4k x 2k displays at 30Hz and 3D full high-def resolution at 120Hz.
B&B Electronics Ulinx UHR401 and Ulinx UHR402 USB isolators
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3/9/2012   Post a comment
B&B Electronics' latest USB isolators are built to withstand industrial networking hazards like shock, drop, vibration, electromagnetic interference and temperature extremes.
Case study: Remotely controlled wind tunnel experiments with NI LabVIEW and CompactRIO
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3/9/2012   Post a comment
The challenge consists in developing a system to remotely access research-quality wind tunnels to conduct real-time, hands-on experiments with tight, closed-loop control.


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