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2005-07-12 New BI Tech line card protection modules protect up to 12 lines
TT Electronics BI Technologies developed new telecom line protection modules designed for T1/E1 line card circuits in central office and customer premises equipment apps that protect up to 12 signal lines in a space-saving package
2006-09-22 BI Tech power resistor is rated to 20W
TT electronics BI Technologies SMT Division has developed a non-inductive power resistor rated up to 20W
2012-08-15 Philips, Daintree focus on ZigBee for wireless lighting tech
According to Daintree, the collaboration will generate a full complement of ZigBee-based products, as well as best-of-breed technologies from both companies.
2003-11-27 Quake Tech ships 10Gb Ethernet transceiver
Quake Technologies is looking to ride the wave of 10GbE adoptions in the enterprise sector with the release of a transceiver that can operate over existing 10GBase-LX-4 copper links.
2003-10-09 Linear Tech Coulomb counter suits portable systems
The LTC4150 bi-directional Coulomb counter from Linear Technology is designed for handheld PCs and other portable product apps
2005-02-08 Epson LCD controller chip with Qualcomm MDDI tech
Epson announced that its new LCD controller chipthe S1D13751, is integrated with Qualcomm Inc.'s Mobile Display Digital Interface technology.
2009-01-07 Are tech workers back to a 9-to-5 existence
Cash is king in a recession, both for companies and for their employees.
2008-11-05 Alereon buys Stonestreet One's wireless USB tech
Alereon Inc. has acquired certain Wireless USB assets and the associated development team of Stonestreet One.
2004-12-06 Accelerated Tech RTOS supports Trilogy's VoIP comm system
Accelerated Technology, a Mentor Graphics division, announced that its Nucleus real-time operating system (RTOS) has been used by Trilogy Broadcast Ltd to develop the Mercury system, an Internet Protocol (IP) voice-based communication device.
2007-03-13 Thin-film chip inductors save PCB space
TT electronics BI Technologies Magnetic Components Division is offering a series of thin-film chip inductors designed to fit space-constrained applications, thus saving PCB space
2006-11-30 Termination resistor network targets high-speed apps
TT electronics BI Technologies Electronic Components Division has released a RoHS-compliant SCSI termination resistor network, providing design engineers with a network device designed for the termination of high-speed applications
2007-03-08 Power inductors offer wide inductance range
TT electronics BI Technologies provides design engineers with inductive devices spanning a range of sizes and inductance values to suit a variety of applications
2006-11-29 Panel pots offer up to 1 million rotations
Constructed with carbon or conductive plastic elements, BI Technologies' new panel potentiometers have life cycles of up to 1 million rotations
2006-12-05 Module enhances temperature measurement accuracy
TT electronics BI Technologies Electronic Components Division has developed a cold junction compensation module, providing design engineers a device to enhance the accuracy of temperature measurements
2006-12-13 Low-cost trimming pots suit board-level interface apps
BI Technologies has expanded its product offering to include a complete line of open-type trimming potentiometers, providing design engineers with a lower-cost solution for board-level interface applications
2007-03-26 Evaluation board eases PFC module testing
BI Technologies is offering a ready-to-run PFC evaluation board that contains most of the necessary control and power circuitry, along with the required inductor assembled onto a compact board, to test PFC modules
2007-03-22 DC/DC converter transformers roll for PoE apps
TT electronics BI Technologies provides design engineers a series of DC/DC converter transformers designed for PoE applications
2007-03-19 Cube inductor suits high-frequency apps
TT electronics BI Technologies' Magnetic Components Division has developed a high-frequency, high-current cube inductor suitable for high frequency applications
2007-03-12 2W DC/DC eliminates need for heat sinks
The 2W MS2378 DC/DC converter from BI Tech is packaged in a hybrid SIP configuration and uses a ceramic base and hybrid technology to eliminate any heat sinking requirements.
2012-08-16 Initial draft of 3-D DRAM specs released to HMCC members
The Hybrid Memory Cube Consortium has release a draft of interface specifications for its 3-D DRAM memory stack.
2007-02-12 Current sense amps promise high precision
Linear Technology's LTC6103 contains two independent, high side current sense amplifiers with high precision and response time.
2008-02-29 Surface-mount power inductor fits in tight spaces
Its compact footprint makes BI Tech's HM69T inductor series suited for space-saving designs, including those applications with limited PCB space.
2007-04-26 Rotary pot withstands harsh industrial environs
BI Tech said its Model P232 potentiometer is sealed to withstand harsh environments, allowing it to meet the stringent life requirements, particularly those in industrial applications.
2010-08-13 New method for patterning graphene discovered
Researchers at Georgia Tech have discovered a method to pattern the effective mass of graphene, with a magnetic switch to turn the pattern 'on' and 'off
2008-03-13 White House quizzed on H-1B visa reform progress
U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassly, co-sponsor of the H-1B visa abuse and fraud bill, this week sent a letter to the U.S. Homeland Security Department asking Secretary Michael Chertoff for an update on the immigration reforms promised by the Bush administration August last year.
2011-09-01 Understanding inverters' role in the solar industry
Learn how solar inverters can eventually pave the way for further development of future energy-harvesting systems.
2007-06-08 TD-SCDMA-to-GSM handover demoed in China
NXP has teamed with China's T3G Technology to validate automatic handover of multimode TD-SCDMA and GSM/GPRS/EDGE calls.
2015-02-25 Silicon chips may become smarter than human brain
Can silicon chips outsmart the human brain? Researchers all over the world seek to produce silicon-based chips that can listen and respond to brain signals for health and medical purposes.
2015-02-11 Researchers envision thermoelectric nanowires in chips
Researchers at Sandia National Labs have found a room-temperature electroforming technique that removes heat at the source and discovered methods of embedding thermoelectric nanowires into chips.
2012-02-27 Research scales RFID for use in retail apps
Touting the world's first RFID circuit made in low-temperature thin-film technology that allows reader-talks-first communication, Imec and partners unveiled cheap yet powerful tags.
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