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Another delay for FCC wireless auction
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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) moved Monday (7/31) to delay further the auction of 36 MHz of new wireless spectrum at 700 MHz.
Sony to establish internal semiconductor company
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Sony Corp. will separate its semiconductor operations from its current internal Core Technology & Network Company, establishing a separate company called Semiconductor Network Company (SNC) as of August 1.
Capacitor line ups Vdc range
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DIN connector keeps low profile
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2E SysCom has introduced its 64-pin G Series DIN 41612 connector in a low-profile package.
FEC chip runs at 155 Mbits/s
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