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posted in February 2006
Intel's Presler built at 65 nm
2/27/2006   Post a comment
The recent launch of Intel Corp.'s Presler architecture coincided almost perfectly with the release of the 2005 edition of the International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors. The new road map philosophy is quite evident in the Presler (officially, the Pentium D 900 series). The ITRS committees want to avoid the term "technology node," which focuses so much on lithography, and instead use unambiguous references to specific feature pitches, in hopes that

Designing high-power Class D audio power amplifiers
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2/15/2006   Post a comment
Class D audio amplifiers have attracted attention, and with good reason, including efficiency, size, and flexibility, but achieving their full potential takes careful attention to design

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