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2005-01-11 Micrel buck regulator provides low noise, high efficiency
The new MIC2205 from Micrel is a high efficiency 2MHz PWM synchronous buck regulator that features a LOWQ LDO standby mode.
2008-06-03 Micrel brings Ethernet fiber to the power of five
Micrel Inc. introduces the KSZ8995FQ, the latest member of the five-port switch family.
2008-04-03 Micrel battles shareholder's bid to oust board
Micrel and major shareholder Obrem Capital Management are locked in a word war following the latter's move to oust Micrel's board of directors after the company adopted the "poison pill" provision.
2007-11-21 Micrel bags multimillion-dollar solar cell deal
Micrel Inc. has signed a multimillion-dollar, long-term contract to supply solar cells with an undisclosed commercial solar cell company.
2004-10-19 Micrel adopts DesignRuleBuilder to speed development
Micrel Inc. has adopted Stone Pillar Technologies Inc.'s DesignRuleBuilder component for semiconductor technology developments.
2007-03-08 Micrel adds new device to LDO portfolio
Micrel has introduced the the latest member of its MIC68000 LDO family designed for powering FPGA, CPLDs, DSPs and MCUs.
2002-04-23 Micrel 3Gbps CML crosspoint switches operate from 2.5V supply
Micrel Semiconductor has released three CML crosspoint switches that meet OC-192 and SONET/SDH jitter requirements and operate up to 3Gbps from a supply voltage as low as 2.3V.
2010-07-13 Innovasic, Micrel deliver Ethernet ref platform
Innovasic Semiconductor and Micrel Inc. have collaborated to deliver a new reference platform for industrial Ethernet connectivity.
2005-11-10 Voltage regulator optimized for low-voltage microprocessors
Micrel Semiconductor's MIC49500 is an ultra-high-bandwidth, low-dropout, 5A voltage regulator for powering core voltages of low-voltage microprocessors
2005-02-07 USB OTG transceiver allows DRD operation
Micrel's USB OTG transceiver is engineered to enable intelligent self-powered devices to communicate on a peer-to-peer basis with other USB and USB OTG enabled devices.
2005-12-21 Transceiver modules streamline low power designs
Micrel's MICRF610 and MICRF620 low-power QwikRadio radio modules are designed to operate in the unlicensed 433MHz and 868MHz band.
2005-09-01 Transceiver eases the task of passing USB compliance testing
The new USB transceiver from Micrel supports both full-speed (12Mbps) and low-speed (1.5Mbps) operation, and introduces superior edge rate control, producing crisper eye diagrams.
2007-02-02 Tiny dual ULDO provides 300mA per output
Micrel said its MIC5335 is the smallest dual LDO on the market capable of providing 300mA per output.
2007-02-28 Talks bring key industry issues to forefront for mainland EEs
IIC-China will be offering mainland China engineers the chance to interact and discuss key issues with both major industry players and peers in the form of Summits and Vendor Seminars.
2006-11-16 Sychronous buck controller delivers up to 30A
Powerful internal gate drivers allow Micrel's new synchronous buck controller to power external MOSFETs that can provide up to 30A of output current.
2004-12-13 Switching regulator provides low noise, high efficiency
The MIC2203 from Micrel is a high efficiency 1MHz PWM synchronous buck switching regulator that features low noise constant frequency PWM operation.
2005-01-20 Switching regulator eyes 2.5G, 3G CDMA RF power amps
The MIC2224 from Micrel is a high efficiency 2MHz PWM synchronous buck switching regulator designed for powering 2.5G and 3G CDMA RF power amplifiers.
2006-07-27 Switch supports all 10/100 Ethernet optical standards
Micrel's new 3-port switch supports all 10/100 Ethernet optical standards and is suited for short wavelength optical applications.
2005-07-08 Switch employs LinkMD function
Micrel unveiled its latest (third generation) 3-port switch, which follows its recently released 2-port switch (the KS8842M).
2006-07-01 Shrinking portable power management
Today's portable electronics encompasses advanced multimedia functions, such as MP3 players, multimegapixel cameras and video-on-demand functionality.
2005-08-08 RF chip offers 'highest level of integration' in a low pin-count device
Micrel unveiled the new addition to its QwikRadio family that features the same high-performance of its MICRF009 but in a smaller SOIC-8 package.
2005-05-04 Regulator suits const-sensitive apps
The MIC5265 from Micrel is a 150mA ?Cap LDO regulator with a 2.7V to 5.5V input operating voltage range, making it suitable for operation from a single cell Li-ion battery or fixed 3.3V and 5V systems.
2005-05-10 Regulator saves board space
The MIC2297 from Micrel is a 40V PWM boost-switching regulator that is designed for driving 6 to 10 series white LEDs.
2005-04-07 Regulator provides up to 3A
The MIC2207 from Micrel is a high efficiency PWM buck regulator that provides up to 3A of output current.
2006-05-16 Radio transmitter IC consumes 30% less power
Micrel launched what it claims to be most power-efficient radio transmitter IC in its class.
2004-12-06 QoS priority support
This app note describes the different priority schemes supported by the KS8993M, KS8995MA, and KS8995XA switches and how they are configured.
2005-08-02 PWM buck regulator delivers 3A
Micrel's new PWM buck (step-down) regulator provides up to 3A of output current. It operates at 1MHz and has external compensation that allows a closed loop bandwidth of over 100KHz.
2007-03-06 Power-management IC has three output voltages
Micrel has launched a highly efficient and flexible power-management IC that provides three output voltages and power-on reset in a 3-by-3mm-by-MLF-16 package.
2006-05-15 Power-efficient ISM-band RF transmitter chip sips current
Micrel is offering an efficient and power-managed ISM-band radio transmitter IC for less than $1.50.
2015-03-17 Power MOSFETs offer up to 20A in 4mm x 6mm TQFN package
Micrel said the power MOSFETs have been optimised for low gate capacitance to allow fast switching performance for minimal switching losses while their low on-resistance reduces conduction losses.
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