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posted in November 2011
Imec and Kaneka research copper for silicon solar cells
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11/30/2011   Post a comment
Research consortium imec (Leuven, Belgium) is cooperating with Kaneka (Osaka, Japan) to come up with silver-free heterojunction silicon solar cells.
Vishay Precision Group VSMF series Bulk Metal foil resistors
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11/29/2011   Post a comment
VPG released a new series of chip resistors with flexible terminations offering low TCR of ±2.0 ppm/°C and load-life stability to ±0.01%.
Vishay Precision Group's resistor division releases HTHA series
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11/22/2011   Post a comment
VPG has released the HTHA series foil resistors with operating temperature up to +240°C, TCR of ±1 ppm/°C, and load-life stability to ±0.05% at +220°C.
Tool extension targets wire harness costs
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11/18/2011   Post a comment
Capital Harness MPM helps minimize inventory and obsolescence costs and achieve economies of scale by identifying sub-assemblies that are common across different harness designs.
Vishay surface-mount MLCC
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11/18/2011   Post a comment
Vishay's latest controlled discharge capacitor offers low electrostrictive ceramic formulation, voltage to 1500 VDC, and capacitance from 33 nF to 560 nF.
SerDes chip enables integration of multiple video streams
Design How-To  
11/18/2011   2 comments
In a parking assist system example, single twisted-pair communication and an interface chipset provide a bidirectional control channel with a minimum latency and general purpose I/O functionality, enabling seamless frame-synchronous processing of individual video data streams.
IEEE to define 25 Gbit optical interfaces
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11/8/2011   1 comment
The IEEE has kicked off a study group to define 25 Gbit/second optical interfaces for next-generation 100 Gbit Ethernet networks replacing today's 10Gbit/s building blocks.
Murata launches world's smallest 2.4 GHz balanced output filter
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11/3/2011   Post a comment
Murata's balanced output matching filter is aimed at a broad range of 2.4 GHz wireless applications using ZigBee and Bluetooth low energy technologies.


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