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2003-10-16 Mixed-signal integration key to future power management in portables
IC integration is simplifying the design of portable power electronics--maximizing battery life in the smallest board area and lowering cost.
2005-02-14 MIT debuts 'bionic ear processor' for hearing impaired
A team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology described an analog "bionic ear processor7quot; with zero-crossing detection for the hearing impaired.
2010-03-19 MicroUnity charges handset firms for infringement
MicroUnity Systems Engineering has filed a suit March 16 alleging 22 handset companies including chip, system and service providers infringe 15 of its patents.
2008-02-27 Micropower precision amps promise 'lowest' TCVOS
National has launched a family of micropower precision amplifiers with a guaranteed maximum TCVOS as low as 0.4?V/C.
2007-07-02 Microchip CEO anticipates 'historical challenge'
Microchip CEO Steve Sanghi weighs in on the chip industry, the private-equity steamroller, the "fab lite" model and the company's place in it all.
2004-01-15 Microbridge rolls out readjustable micro-resistor
The Rejustor from Microbridge Technologies Inc. is claimed by the company as the world's first electronically precision-adjustable passive micro-resistor device.
2005-01-05 Micrel drivers 'easier to use, more flexible in operation'
The MIC4123/4124/4125 drivers from Micrel are capable of giving reliable service in more demanding electrical environments than their predecessors.
2008-03-04 MHS buys Zarlink's analog foundry biz
Zarlink Semiconductor has sold its analog foundry in Swindon, United Kingdom to MHS Electronics UK, a subsidiary of MHS Industries Group.
2007-11-06 Metal-insulator tech drives down cost of 60GHz WPAN
By switching to metal-insulator electronicswhich can be fabricated on standard CMOS lines atop ultracheap plastic substratesMotorola reports being able to drive down the cost of 60GHz WPAN to rival that of semiconductors.
2002-08-16 ME Ethernet transceiver uses SOI-CMOS technology
Mitsubishi Electric's M69850 is claimed to be world's first 10Gb Ethernet PHY transceiver that uses SOI-CMOS technology.
2004-12-06 Maxim unveils transceivers for 802.11a, 802.11a/g apps
Maxim released two single-chip RF transceivers designed for single-band 802.11a and dual-band 802.11a/g WLAN apps.
2008-06-23 Maxim presents programmable analog/digital VGA
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX2065, the industry's only fully programmable, multistate, analog and digital IF/RF variable-gain amplifier.
2011-03-01 Maxim jumps on digital power bandwagon
Maxim's InTune digital power technology performs an automatic compensation routine based on measured parameters, enabling the construction of an internal mathematical model of the power supply.
2004-11-26 Maxim DC/DC converter tailored for TFT LCDs
Maxim Integrated Products introduced a triple-output DC/DC converter packaged in a low-profile TSSOP.
2016-04-06 Marvell's CEO, president step down
The CEO and president of integrated silicon solutions Marvell announced their resignations, and board members immediately form an interim office of the chief executive to lead the company until replacements are appointed.
2007-10-25 Low-offset op amp family suits portable apps
National Semiconductor has unveiled five new precision operational amplifiers designed for portable test and measurement, industrial and medical systems that require signal-conditioning.
2011-02-16 Low-noise op amps reduce supply current to 1?A
Maxim's MAX9636-MAX9638 rail-to-rail, low-noise operational amplifiers target interfacing to high-impedance sources such as photodiode and piezoelectric sensors.
2008-06-30 Low-cost, green-mode PWM controller for flyback converters
The SG6860 controller is a highly integrated PWM controller that is designed to meet the low standby-power needs of 1ow-power SMPS. The proprietary green-mode function provides off-time modulation to linearly decrease switching frequency under light-load conditions.
2007-02-19 Low-cost PS2 controller matches Sony's version sans the cord
The Game Elements GGE609U PS2 controller from Philips, available for about $22 to $25, matches up in price and function with Sony's own wired controller but dispenses with the cord.
2002-05-15 Logic offered in no-lead QFN packaging
Texas Instruments, Integrated Device Technology, and Hitachi Semiconductor are launching 20-, 16- and 14-pin QFN packaging for gate- and octal-bit-width logic devices for PDAs, cell phones, and other handheld consumer electronics.
2009-12-18 LNAs deliver 0.8dB noise for GPS receivers
The devices, using less power than competitive solutions, are suited for cellphones, smart phones, PNDs and GPS-enabled fitness equipment.
2009-07-28 LNA improves receiver sensitivity for RKE, TPM apps
Maxim Integrated Products has launched the MAX2634 LNA optimized for remote keyless entry (RKE) and tire pressure monitoring (TPM) applications operating in the 315MHz and 433MHz bands.
2006-03-30 LNA claims industry first for GPS
STMicroelectronics has expanded its family of silicon monolithic microwave IC amplifiers with a single-chip product designed for use in electronic devices embedding a GPS function.
2009-04-17 Linear sensor eyes position-sensing apps
The new A1354 from Allegro MicroSystems Europe is a programmable two-wire Hall-effect linear sensor that provides a pulse width modulated (PWM) output with a duty cycle proportional to an applied magnetic field. This new device is targeted at position-sensing applications in the automotive and industrial sectors.
2008-09-25 Linear debuts monitor ICs to drive hybrids, cars
Linear Technology introduces its first monitoring chips that can help in producing long-awaited electric cars, hybrids and other systems based on Li-ion batteries.
2009-02-03 Level-shifter delivers GIP tech for LCD TVs
Form Maxim Integrated Products comes the MAX17108 high-performance level-shifter solution that enables the implementation of gate-in-panel (GIP) technology in LCD panels.
2015-04-06 Less is more: Integrated RF-SOI faces new challenge
The RF-SOI challenge is no longer simply to beat traditional JFET GaAs and Silicon-on-Sapphire processes in performance and cost. That's done. Now, the goal is to use RF-SOI's performance to fit cellular 4G, 4.5G requirements without extra cost and insertion loss.
2009-10-29 Laser driver fits pico projectors in tiny CE apps
Embedded pico projectors will transform how consumer electronics present multimedia by enabling the display of video onto walls.
2005-09-01 Keys to new car sensor
As electronic content in cars increases, low-cost, reliable sensing systems become even more important.
2003-12-10 Keithley device tests 300mm wafers in 200mm test times
Keithley Instruments Inc. has expanded its S600 series with the release of the S680DC/RF parametric test system that allows control of 300mm wafer processes in 200mm test times. The optional SimulTest parallel test software measures up to nine devices simultaneously within a single probe touchdown.
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