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2008-12-04 Tantalum capacitors save up to 60% board space
AVX has developed a new termination style for MnO2 and polymer tantalum capacitors that reduces the required internal construction space by up to 60 percent and enables parts to be positioned very closely together.
2008-03-03 Tantalum capacitors bank on reliability
While the bulk of demand for tantalum capacitors comes from the handheld and gaming markets, as designers cram greater functionality into these ever-shrinking devices, there has also been quite a bit of activity in high-reliability marketsincluding military, automotive and medicalthat require higher-performance components.
2005-05-25 Taming power inductors for SoC integration
How can we discard power inductors from our designs?
2005-11-14 Taiyo Yuden's thin chip inductors suit ultra-thin portable devices
Taiyo Yuden Inc. claims its new CKP3216 offer the industry's lowest profile for dc/dc converter choke coil applications.
2005-08-08 Taiyo Yuden debuts industry first 100nH chip inductor in 0201 package
Taiyo Yuden unveiled two significant performance improvements with the launch of its expanding series of high-frequency multi-layer chip inductors
2008-04-23 Taiyo Yuden claims 'smallest' wirewound power inductors
A series of high-current, wirewound power inductors in an EIA 0603 case size has been introduced by Taiyo Yuden (U.S.A.) Inc. as the smallest power inductors available.
2002-02-20 Taiyo Yuden chip inductor provides 0.3mm pitch
With a pitch of 0.3mm, the LQ-LBH series of wirewound chip inductors provide OEMs a higher mounting density, high Q value, and non-directional surface-mountability.
2006-12-13 Synthesis tool meets complex CMP design rules
The new synthesis tool from Blaze DFM Inc. inserts dummy fill patterns into a design layout and is said to optimally meet complex CMP design rules without requiring complicated scripts.
2002-03-12 Synopsys, UMC develop signal-integrity test chip
Synopsys and UMC announced they have developed the ATG-SI test chip for researching signal-integrity effects on designs developed in UMC's 0.13?m Fusion process.
2004-05-06 Synopsys, UMC develop reference design flow
Synopsys Inc. and UMC have collaborated to develop a reference design flow based on Synopsys' Galaxy Design Platform and UMC's 0.13?m process.
2003-05-19 Surface-mountable inductors eye high-frequency supplies
The Coiltronics FP2 and FP4 families of inductors are surface-mounted devices with gapped ferrite cores.
2011-09-01 Surface-mount resistors tout 5C7W power rating
The Power Metal Strip resistors from Vishay offer high-temperature capability and allow high-power circuit design.
2006-01-12 Surface-mount resistor provides high power ratings
Vishay Intertechnology announced the release of the VSMP series of surface-mount Bulk Metal Z Foil resistors, which provide high power ratings up to 750mW at 70C.
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.
2002-11-26 Superconducting junctions eyed for quantum computing
Josephson junctions, a superconducting type of transistor, are being investigated as a possible route to scalable quantum computers by a physicist at the University of Michigan.
2002-10-29 STMicro transceiver offers 3.6V-tolerant I/Os
The company's 74ALVCH16245 16-bit CMOS transceiver features 3.6V-tolerant I/Os and offers a maximum propagation delay of 3ns.
2003-08-06 Startup unwraps power grid planning software
Turning adversity into opportunity, a design engineer laid off last year has developed a block-level power grid noise simulator he had thought about for years.
2005-09-01 Startup puts team to work on the data explosion
Edxact SA comes out with a tool that accurately provides netlist reduction for parasitic netlist elements.
2011-05-23 Standard power modules deliver fast switching frequencies
Microsemi has expanded its standard power modules with silicon carbide (SiC) devices to offer standard, off-the-shelf products.
2005-09-13 Stackpole's power chokes deliver low losses in small package
Stackpole Electronics introduced a new series of power choke inductors with high-current saturation and operational frequencies.
2004-12-13 Stackpole adapts new technology process to resistor divider networks
Stackpole Electronics says its series of high-voltage resistor divider networks are superior to any thick-film resistor network technology that exists today.
2004-11-29 ST EMI filter protects up to 15kV ESD
ST unveiled an EMI filter for LCD driver lines that is suitable for use in mobile, computing and consumer apps.
2003-01-21 Sprague-Goodman rolls 0603 chip inductors
Sprague-Goodman Electronics Inc. has released the GLYC series of SMT chip inductors that measures 1.6-by-0.8mm.
2009-12-23 Spiral inductors serve wire-bonded assemblies
Vishay's new series of RF spiral inductors feature low DCR to 0.26?, high Q to 18 at 1,000 MHz, and High SRF to 10.2GHz.
2004-12-13 Spectrum Control unveils latest solutions for PCB EMI
Spectrum Control introduced its complete line of surface mount filter solutions for addressing EMI at the PCB level.
2009-10-08 Specialty foundries seek new growth opportunities
Gearing for the next IC upturnand perhaps survival over the long runspecial foundry providers are rolling out new strategies and processes.
2010-09-28 Space-saving half-watt resistor debuts
Vishay creates "first" 0.5W current-sensing resistor
2004-07-01 SONET CMOS transceiver hits 10Gbps
Xignal develops a single-chip full-rate 4:1 Serdes chip consuming <1W in a standard 0.13?m CMOS technology.
2007-08-14 Solar inverter power modules save space
Microsemi has developed a line of standard power modules for solar inverters in an SP3 package that saves space.
2006-01-10 Socket designed for 0.4mm pitch QFN ICs
Ironwood expanded its high-performance socket line with the addition of an 11.5GHz socket for 12-pin, 0.4mm pitch QFN ICs. The devices allow users to socket QFN ICs without compromising performance in high-bandwidth applications.
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