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posted in May 2003
Expecting the unexpected
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5/26/2003   Post a comment
Unexpected shifts in demand, pricing, and production capacity are nothing new for Glyndwr Smith and Allan Cole, who each have about 35 years of experience in the passives business. Yet, turning points in market conditions haven't gotten easier for the industry veterans to predict.
Oscillators evolve for wireless apps
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5/21/2003   Post a comment
Battered in recent years by the depressed telecom market, oscillator manufacturers are diversifying their product portfolios to target opportunities in Bluetooth and wireless-LAN markets, where tighter stability, lower power consumption and smaller package sizes are critical to customers.
Xicor Introduces Industry's First Nonvolatile, Digitally Programmable Capacitor (X90100)
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5/13/2003   Post a comment
On a side-related note to what most consider memory technology is the announcement from Xicor.


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