Low ESR capacitor targets processors Product News 3/28/2006 Post a comment Boosting the range of voltage ratings and capacitance values, AVX targets next-generation processors with the TPM series of tantalum capacitors. These capacitors also offer ultra-low ESR and high ripple current.
White LED touts high brightness, small size Product News 3/24/2006 Post a comment Vishay offers a small and super-bright white MiniLED in a low-profile 2.3 x 1.3 x 1.4 package. This surface-mount LED can be used in high-power applications even in harsh automotive and industrial environments.
Off-the-shelf transformers speed PoE designs Product News 3/17/2006 Post a comment Pulse's small-footprint power transformers for the powered device (PD) side of a Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) system, in the EP7, 10, and 13 series, are available off-the-shelf for many of the most popular PoE ICs.
Power transformers tout UL approval Product News 3/13/2006 Post a comment J.W. Miller Magnetics has introduced a family of 50/60 Hz low-profile power transformers with UL approval. These RoHS-compliant SS, SD, DD and UD series devices offer a variety of power ratings and mechanical configurations.
RF choke features smaller size Product News 3/3/2006 Post a comment J.W. Miller offers its 79F conformal coated choke in a smaller subminiature package size in combination with high Q value and high-frequency characteristics for computers, computer peripherals, telecommunications equipment, and consumer electronic devices.
High-capacitance passives shrink for portable devices Product News 3/2/2006 Post a comment Capacitor manufacturers are stepping up to the plate when it comes to increasing capacitance in smaller package sizes to enable design engineers to shrink the size of their next-generation portable devices. They are also making sure these devices are compliant to the RoHS directive.
Blog Doing Math in FPGAs Tom Burke 23 comments For a recent project, I explored doing "real" (that is, non-integer) math on a Spartan 3 FPGA. FPGAs, by their nature, do integer math. That is, there's no floating-point ...