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RF design team raises funds for CMOS PA initiative
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7/30/2007   Post a comment
Is it possible to make a CMOS power amplifier for 3G cell phone applications that can operate with the same power efficiency and robustness as a gallium arsenide version? ACCO Semiconductor (Saint Germain en Laye, France) believes it has found a way to do just that and with its patent applications in hand is hoping to reap the benefits in a multibillion dollar market.
Mini-ITX mainboard features two LAN ports
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7/26/2007   Post a comment
VIA Technologies recently introduced the EPIA LT-Series Mini-ITX mainboard based on the VIA CX700 system media processor.
Tom Tom bids $2.5 bn for digital maps supplier
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7/23/2007   Post a comment
Dutch satellite navigation systems pioneer Tom Tom has offered $2.5 million for Tele Atlas NV, the software group that supplies most of its digital maps.
Telit readies dual processor M2M module
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7/23/2007   Post a comment
Italian machine-to-machine networking modules specialist Telit has developed a GSM/GPRS module based on a dual CPU that it says significantly simplifies M2M design for POS terminals, fleet management systems and automated meter reading applications.
Europe urged to energize VC backing for green projects
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7/23/2007   Post a comment
Technology development group TTP has issued a call to arms to European venture capital groups to invest in early stage green technology projects, or face just getting the dregs of green projects in a few years time.
MiniFX FPGA board processes real-time streaming data
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7/19/2007   Post a comment
Embedded Systems Design has released the StreamBlade MiniFX, a 3.5 x 3.0-inch FPGA-based board, for processing real-time streaming data.
VXS DSP card blends dual core PowerPC, dual Virtex-5 FPGAs
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7/18/2007   Post a comment
VMETRO announced the Phoenix VPF2, a rugged COTS DSP processing card, which integrates a Freescale MPC8641D processor, two Xilinx Virtex-5 FPGAs and a VXS based high-speed serial interconnect fabric.
Achieving scalability with switch fabrics in CompactPCI
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7/15/2007   Post a comment
Why designers should consider the Compact PCI Serial RapidIO spec
The Sound of Innovation at Cochlear Limited
Design How-To  
7/15/2007   1 comment
Cochlear implants restore hearing by transmitting signals directly to the recipient's auditory nerve. Here's how Cochlear Limited uses model-based design to speed development of these remarkable devices.
Component orders bounce back, says ECA
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7/13/2007   Post a comment
Electronic component orders bounced back in June from a small dip the month before, according to the four-to-five week average index compiled by the Electronic Components, Assemblies & Materials Association (ECA).
Pegasys and On2 Technologies bring Flash video support to encoders
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7/12/2007   Post a comment
TMPG, Inc. is introducing a free update to its popular TMPGEnc 4.0 XPress video encoding software. The update provides a new input option for FLV (Flash Video), a file format used specifically for video streaming distribution found, among others, on YOUTUBE(R) and SMILEVIDEO(R) user generated content sites.
Advansus rolls out mini-ITX board for multimedia networking apps
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7/12/2007   Post a comment
Advansus has introduced the i915GV2-LEI mini-ITX motherboard, which is based Intel Corp.'s low-power mobile Pentium M processors and 915GV system chipset with low Thermal Design Power (TDP).
Laird Technologies sets up research lab in India
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7/11/2007   Post a comment
Antenna and EMI shielding specialist Laird Technologies has established a corporate research facility in Bangalore, India that will focus on the development of materials for use in electronic components and systems.
NICs support PCI Express bus
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7/5/2007   Post a comment
Allied Telesis has released the 2972 series of fiber Gigabit network interface cards (NICs) that use the new PCI Express (PCIe) bus for improved performance.
Motion control card handles steppers, servos and linear motors
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7/5/2007   Post a comment
The PCI-8154, a 4-axis pulse train modularized motion control card for controlling steppers, servos, and linear motors, from ADLINK Technology delivers high-frequency pulse rates of up to 6.55 MHz.


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