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posted in July 2004
100-kHz closed-loop realtime platforms target test
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7/26/2004   Post a comment
Here's news of some 100-kHz (800-kHz aggregate) data-acq boards that can transform your PC into a closed-loop platform. Suitable for test and control applications, these boards are part of an expanding DSP-based series of data acquisition modules that run under Windows 2000 and Windows XP.
PMC module runs PowerQUICC III processor
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7/22/2004   Post a comment
Board-level vendor Interface Concept now has a Motorola PowerQUICC III-based PMC processor module.
Single-board computer is ruggedized for MIL and aerospace apps
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7/22/2004   Post a comment
MIL/aero board supplier Radstone Technology announces a fifth generation processor board family that's aimed at military and aerospace applications.
LCD Driver Board Solution - good image quality, affordable price
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7/22/2004   Post a comment
Calibre UK launched their PremierView4-Lite LCD driver board solution for integration into OEM, presentation, industrial and surveillance LCD displays where good picture performance is important but cost is also a critical factor. PremierView4-Lite features a compact low-profile footprint for building modern compact LCD displays and uses a Genesis image scaling chip for optimum image quality at all times.
Matsushita selects Rambus interface for TV chips
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7/21/2004   Post a comment
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd., Japan, has signed an agreement with Rambus Inc., Los Altos, Calif., to integrate that company's DDR2 interface cell into its next-generation digital television (DTV) chipsets.
Alliance seeks consensus for broadband over powerline
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7/21/2004   Post a comment
The HomePlug Powerline Alliance is seeking comments from industry over the specifications likely to be required for delivering data at broadband speeds over powerlines. The Alliance is also already finalizing its specification for HomePlug AV, a high-speed networking technology designed specifically for digital multimedia networks in the home. From London, John Walko filed this report.
Telecommunications PMC - ideal for enterprise and edge systems
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7/20/2004   Post a comment
SBS Technologies introduced the Maxim 921-DS, a single site PMC module for full-duplex channelized DS3 connectivity. The cost-effective telecommunication product is designed for data applications requiring high-density connectivity using up to 28 T1 lines, multiple DS0s (up to 672) in clear channel, fractional and channelized DS3 applications such as routers, switches, wireless broadband and multi-service gateways.
M-Modules With Binary l/Os - 16 opto-relay out or 16 binary in
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7/20/2004   Post a comment
The M81 is an M-Module with 16 opto-relay outputs, including 500 V DC optical isolation from the system and 100 V DC between the channels. The outputs can switch DC as well as AC voltages between 0 and 36V per channel, and can also be used for analog signals.
High-speed CAN transceiver offers 3.3V or 5.0V logic
7/7/2004   Post a comment
AMI Semiconductor introduced a high-speed CAN transceiver that combines true 3.3V or 5.0V logic interfaces, excellent EMC performance and a new environmentally friendly package.
Reference board speeds IC-based flyback design
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7/7/2004   Post a comment
International Rectifier's IRISMPS5 is a reference design for a flyback topology that uses the company's versatile and efficient IRIS4015 integrated switcher IC. The reference design, i.e., a universal-input AC/DC supply that delivers 6 amps at 15 volts, is suited to powering such systems as LCD monitors, CD/DVD players, fax machines, printers and set-top boxes.
Modular-I/O instrument controller packs integral touchscreen
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7/2/2004   Post a comment
Need a small single-board computer that includes its own bit-mapped display? Embedded computer maker Mosaic Industries has one. It's a C-language-programmable board with a built-in graphical user interface. Parts Search

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