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2005-12-27 Post amps deliver higher gain, higher sensitivity
Micrel's new post amplifiers feature 3.3V power supply, higher gain and higher sensitivity for either signal or loss of signal indicators.
2007-12-21 Post amplifiers feature twice the signal gain
Micrel Inc. has beefed up its lineup of post amplifiers with the addition of two devices.
2007-01-29 PHY solutions target growing CE market
Micrel has announced its latest PHY solutions designed for the rapidly growing CE market applications.
2006-08-09 New Ethernet switches target networking, industrial apps
Micrel said its new 2-port switches with generic bus interface allow ICs to connect to any FPGA or microprocessor with 8-, 16- or 32bit apps including campus backbone link, inter-switch links, managed media converters and industrial controls.
2005-05-30 MUX processes 2.5GHz clocks
The new precision LVPECL 2:1 multiplexer (MUX) with 1:2 fanout and internal termination from Micrel is capable of processing clocks up to 2.5GHz and data up to 2.5Gbps
2005-05-31 MUX 'significantly improves crosstalk-induced jitter performance
The SY89859U from Micrel is a low jitter, low-power, high-speed 8:1 multiplexer (MUX) with a 1:2 differential fanout buffer optimized for precision telecom and enterprise server distribution apps
2006-04-06 MOSFET drivers load speed, power in 2-by-2mm package
Micrel launched a new line of 6A devices designed for power supplies and synchronous rectification applications operating at frequencies up to 2MHz.
2004-11-25 MOSFET drivers combine low power consumption, high efficiency
The new dual 1.5A low-side MOSFET drivers from Micrel feature low power consumption and high efficiency.
2004-10-29 MOSFET driver IC includes anti-shoot through protection
The MIC4102 100V half bridge MOSFET driver IC from Micrel comes with an internal anti-shoot through protection.
2007-01-16 More apps to spur semiconductor growth
Consumer products, such as cellphones, portable media players, digital cameras, DTVs and digital STBs, are driving the growth of electronics in China and the rest of the world.
2004-12-06 Migration to KS8695X
This app note highlights the differences between the KS8695 and the KS8695X, and attempts to assist the designer who is familiar with the KS8695 transition to the KS8695X.
2003-09-15 MIC2179 lithium-ion battery charger
This application note describes how the Micrel MIC2179, a current-mode, 200kHz synchronous buck regulator, is configured to provide both constant-current and constant-voltage for a 2-cell lithium battery charger.
2004-04-22 Maxim amplifiers with programmable LOS indicator
Maxim Integrated Products has developed the MAX3747 and MAX3747A limiting amplifiers with a programmable loss-of-signal indicator.
2006-05-29 LVDS buffer suits low jitter apps
Micrel introduced the SY89835U, a 1:2 LVDS fanout buffer featuring internal termination and failsafe input in a 2-by-2mm 8-pin footprint.
2007-01-08 Low-voltage LDO supports 65nm logic ICs
The new 5A low-voltage, single-supply LDO regulator from Micrel can support the voltage supply requirements of current and future FPGAs, MCUs and other logic ICs using 65nm processes.
2006-09-21 Low-power post amp features sensitive LOS detection
Micrel said its new 3.2Gbps CML limiting post amplifier is suited for applications requiring a very sensitive LOS detection.
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.
2003-08-18 LDOs power processor cores to 0.9V
Micrel Semiconductor has extended its family of low output voltage, high-current LDOs with the release of the MIC49300 device.
2005-07-05 LDO shrinks 30% for portable apps
Micrel is offering a dual low dropout regulator in a miniature 2.5-by-2.5mm MLF package.
2005-02-02 LDO regulator with ?Cap design
Micrel introduced a high performance, dual ?Cap low dropout (LDO) regulator that offers low operating current and a second, even lower operating current mode.
2005-12-02 LDO regulator powers low-voltage MPU cores
Micrel launched an ultra high-bandwidth, low-dropout, 5A voltage regulator for powering core voltages of low-voltage microprocessors.
2005-04-19 LDO regulator offers high PSRR
The new dual 150mA ?Cap LDO regulator from Micrel is touted to be an ideal solution for any application in portable electronics, including both RF and digital apps.
2005-02-01 LDO regulator offers 60mV dropout voltage at 150mA
A high performance, dual ?Cap low-dropout (LDO) regulator with integrated power-on reset supervisor was announced by Micrel.
2005-12-28 LDO regulator features RC pin
Micrel launched a 2A LDO regulator designed for powering FPGA or ASIC core voltages that require high start-up current with lower nominal operating current.
2006-05-15 LDO regulator designed for portable apps
Micrel launched a new family of dual ultra-low dropout (ULDO) voltage linear regulators.
2005-09-15 LDO offers 60mV dropout
With a wide Vin range of 2.25V to 5.5V, Micrel's new 150mA LDO features ultra-low Iq of 16?A (typ) and 0.01?A shutdown current.
2005-04-20 Laser driver combines high current, low power consumption
The new SY88982L from Micrel is a 3.3V, low power consumption driver designed for telecom/datacom applications using FP/DFB lasers at data rates up to 2.7Gbps.
2006-05-05 IC combines DC/DC converter, LDO outputs
Micrel launched the MIC2800, a power management IC that provides three output voltages and a power-on-reset.
2004-12-06 How to interface with LVPECL/PECL fiber transceiver
This app note discusses how to interface the KS8993 100BASE-FX port with a LVPECL/PECL fiber transceiver.
2005-09-08 High-current switches kickstart power distribution
Micrel's MIC2014/15/16 high-current power switches feature so-called kickstart current limiting to bring a new level of adaptability to peripheral power management.
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