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2006-02-06 Voltage comparators deliver high output
Advanced Linear Devices added two quad voltage comparators to its precision monolithic high performance line that are said to provide a 0.24A output drive.
2005-11-18 Triple ADCs geared for video
Texas Instruments' new pair of 8bit and 10bit triple analog-to-digital converters provide up to 165MSPS.
2006-03-20 TIA technology enhances optical receiver performance
Inphi claims their integrated linear TIAs can operate at data rates up to 11.3Gbps.
2006-04-24 THAs target UWB apps
Inphi claims to have set a new industry standard with the launch of its GigaTrack family of 2GSps track-and-hold amplifiers that deliver ultra-wide 18GHz analog bandwidth.
2006-04-27 Switches combine USB, low distortion capabilities
Intersil Corp.'s dual single-pole, double-throw switches are said to combine low distortion audio and accurate USB 2.0 full speed data signal switching in the same low voltage device.
2006-03-02 Op amps draw 13A per amp
Linear Technology announced that its new 1.8V dual and quad operational amplifiers are the first available in a tiny DFN package.
2006-04-24 Op amps amplify low-level analog signals simply
Cirrus is launching this family of op amps with four parts: two single and two dual versions.
2006-01-10 Op amp integrates cooling devices
Power Amp Design's operational amplifier boasts rail-to-rail operation at both the inputs and the outputcombined with a power supply voltage range from 8V to 50V (100V total supply voltage) and an output range up to 15A.
2006-04-28 National's analog crosspoint switches boost bandwidth
National Semiconductor claims their 16 x 8 analog crosspoint devices are the industry's fastest switches for high-resolution professional, broadcast and industrial video applications.
2006-02-13 Mux combines low jitter and high bit rate
Touting true operation from DC to 20GHz, Inphi's 4:1 broadband multiplexer was designed for accurate testing across a wide range of frequencies and applications.
2006-03-15 Multichannel signal processors simplify audio designs
Two multichannel analog signal processors that combine six separate component functions were introduced recently by Wolfson Microelectronics plc.
2006-03-13 Multichannel I/O data converter targets basestations
The 12bit multichannel I/O data converter from Analog Devices is said to pack all the functions necessary to monitor and control current, voltage and temperature.
2006-03-03 Lower system costs with tiny DAC
Analog Devices expanded its nanoDAC family with eight devices including a 16bit, quad, DAC in a 3-by-3mm, 10-lead LFCSP.
2006-01-10 Low dropout regulator incorporates ramp control
Micrel launched a 2A low dropout regulator featuring built-in sequencing, tracking and ramp control for low voltage FPGAs, DSPs and ASICs.
2006-02-14 LDO regulator dishes 150mA output
Rohm Electronics' latest CMOS low dropout regulator is said to feature an output current of 150mA and high output voltage accuracy (1 percent).
2006-02-23 E-field sensor IC finds new markets
Freescale Semiconductor expanded its line of electric field (E-field) sensing ICs from automotive applications to the appliance and industrial markets.
2006-03-07 Digital potentiometers consume 0.3A
Microchip Technology announced a family of low-power, low-voltage, 6bit digital potentiometers that are said to be cost and size competitive with mechanical versions.
2006-01-17 Decoder chip complies with latest optical disc formats
Broadcom claims its new high definition audio/video decoder is the only fully compliant chip with the emerging Blu-ray and HD DVD optical disc formats.
2006-04-25 DAC provides output drive capabilities
AKM Semiconductor's newest member of its Audio2go family is a 24bit stereo DAC.
2006-01-18 Codec switches between Class AB and Class D
Wolfson Microelectronics plc announced what it claims is the first Class AB-to-Class D switchable stereo codec for portable applications.
2006-02-15 Codec integrates Class-D speaker driver
The new WM8960 codec from Wolfson is the company's first 24bit codec that integrates a filterless Class-D speaker driver.
2006-05-02 Clock supports multiple distribution networks
Lattice Semiconductor unveiled the first member of a family of single-ended universal buffer devices to support the implementation of multiple clock distribution networks.
2006-04-05 Clock chips exceed Sonet jitter specs
Analog Devices expanded its clock and data recovery offering with four chips that tout outstanding jitter performance to simplify optical network designs.
2006-01-13 Class D amps tout true fidelity
JAM Technologies is setting its sights on digital TVs with its latest True Fidelity digital-input stereo amplifiers.
2006-04-06 Audio codec integrates capless headphone amplifier
AKM Semiconductor released a low-power audio codec with an integrated capless headphone amplifier.
2006-01-25 Audio amps cut power consumption
National Semiconductor expanded its ceramic speaker driver family with two Boomer audio power amplifiers in tiny packages that are said to provide high capacitive loads for portable apps.
2006-02-08 Analog switches housed in chipscale package
Pericom Semiconductor's new family of analog switches for mobile terminal applications are said to feature chipscale packaging, very low on-resistance and wide voltage ranges.
2006-04-13 Amplifier reference design targets Class-D products
Cirrus Logic launched a quad amplifier and a 2.1-channel Class-D amplifier reference design for DTVs and home theater receivers.
2004-10-18 Wolfson loads audio codec with functionality
Wolfson's latest device is a mono audio codec designed for digital still cameras and digital-voice recording apps, such as dictaphones.
2005-02-01 Vout DAC features I?C interface in 3-by-3mm package
Linear Tech said its 16bit I?C serial interface DAC in a 3-by-3mm DFN package can significantly reduce the size of portable products.
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