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posted in September 2001
AVX uses thin-film process for low-pass filters
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9/27/2001   Post a comment
AVX has developed tiny low-pass filters and directional couplers using a thin-film process it developed for capacitor-related problems that result from using larger, thick-film hybrids.
Cable tuner removes 150 passives
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9/27/2001   Post a comment
LSI Logic has developed what it claims is the world's first true integrated VLSI tuner for digital cable modems.
Silicon tuner ICs threaten passives market
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9/24/2001   Post a comment
The first generation of highly integrated silicon tuner ICs for use in advanced consumer electronic products will hit passives sales hard during the next few years, according to a research report from online distributor iSuppli.
Superconductor filter increases load of GSM basestations
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9/20/2001   Post a comment
Scientists at the National Institute for Physics of Matter at Naples University have designed a superconductor filter for GSM telecoms.
TT Electronics finding demand impossible to predict
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9/14/2001   Post a comment
As it reported interim results, resistor and sensor group TT Electronics said it was experiencing the worst visibility it had ever had, and may lay off more manufacturing jobs if the situation does not improve.
Passives prices may not have hit bottom
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9/9/2001   Post a comment
Passive component prices, which have fallen much of the year, have not yet bottomed as demand remains weak and signs of a seasonal orders uptick are scarce.

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