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2009-04-28 ST890: a high side switch for PCMCIA and USB applications
The ST890 is a low voltage, P-channel MOSFET power switch, intended for high side load switching applications. Its main applications are PCMCIA slots, portable equipment and access bus slots.
2003-08-29 SPM (Subscriber Pulse Metering) for PCMCIA, Data, and Fax Modems
This application note discusses the application of Subscriber Pulse Metering for PCMCIA, Data, and Fax Modems
2002-11-12 SPM (subscriber pulse metering) for PCMCIA, data, and fax modems
This article describes subscriber pulse metering for telephone lines, fax-call charging and data.
2001-09-06 SPM (Subscriber Pulse Metering) for PCMCIA, data and fax modems
This application note discusses the principles of SPM (subscriber pulse metering) for PCMCIA, data and fax modems.
2003-05-09 PCMCIA releases latest PC card specification
PCMCIA has introduced its latest PC Card specification, codenamed "Newcard".
2002-11-08 PCMCIA Interface in an ispLSI 2064E TQFP
This application note provides an overview of the PC Card and describes the ispLSI2064E implementation in a single TQFP.
2007-06-18 PCMCIA card kit ROCARD with extended antenna cover
This note covers the recommended application of the PCMCIA card kit ROCARD system with extended antenna cover and is intended to provide general guidance for process development.
2007-06-18 PCMCIA card kit ROCARD rugged original card
This note covers the recommended application of the PCMCIA card kit ROCARD system and is intended to provide general guidance for process development.
2005-01-10 PCMCIA card connectors measure 85.5-by-59.8-by-5.5mm
Attend Technology recently released its new single or dual-port PCMCIA Card connectors.
2003-02-24 PCMCIA announces new spec on card technology
PCMCIA has developed a new specification codenamed NEWCARD.
2003-02-24 PCMCIA announces new spec on card technology
PCMCIA has developed a new specification codenamed NEWCARD.
2003-09-19 Card connector has complete PCMCIA-ATA functionality
The 3.1 series of memory card connectors from Almita Co. Ltd is a normal or reverse type memory stick card connector that comes with complete PCMCIA-ATA functionality.
2006-01-09 Xilinx bares ExpressCard app
Xilinx demonstrated the industry's programmable ExpressCard application, comprised of the Philips PX1011A PCI Express PHY and PDD 2016 DVB-T module, a Xilinx Spartan-3E FPGA and an optimized Xilinx PCI Express LogiCORE IP core.
2003-01-03 Wireless technologies and market in the region
The market for wireless technologies is still vibrant as new standards and technologies are getting established and are creating a growing market place.
1999-04-08 Why CMOS image sensors are poised to surpass CCDs
This paper discusses the advantages of CMOS image sensors over that of CCDs and how likely it will replace the latter in the next generation imaging systems.
2002-05-07 Understanding the Flash Translation Layer (FTL) specification
This application note defines the interfaces and operation behavior of the Flash Translation Layer, or FTL as it is more commonly known.
2005-11-28 Tiny crystal suits ultra-mini devices
Raltron Electronics' new small surface-mount crystal is targeted at ultra-miniature apps, including PCMCIA cards, mini hard disk drives, GPS modules and mobile/camera phone modules.
2004-08-18 TI chip simplifies power issues in next-gen PCs
The new PCMCIA and PC card power switch IC from TI supports all power management requirements for the new ExpressCard standard.
2005-12-08 Solid-state disk geared for industrial sector
The I25F Entry-Point Flashpak is a 2.5-inch solid-state disk that is being touted as an alternative to CF cards, PCMCIA card or notebook IDE hard disk drives as the storage medium in industrial apps.
2003-10-16 Software matters for power consumption
Whether you're creating an OS, firmware or device drivers, the way you write the software could affect the power consumption of the resulting product. Here are four approaches to minimizing power consumption through software.
2003-10-16 Software matters for power consumption
Whether you're creating an OS, firmware or device drivers, the way you write the software could affect the power consumption of the resulting product. Here are four approaches to minimizing power consumption through software.
2002-03-15 Parvus unveils computer boards for embedded apps
The company has unveiled at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Francisco, six new PC/104-form-factor boards designed for rugged, embedded computing applications such as data acquisition, factory automation, networked communications, and robotic control.
2005-10-17 National Instruments unveils ExpressCard-GPIB controller
National Instruments disclosed that engineers can now use its ExpressCard-GPIB controller which offers direct control of GPIB instruments from laptop computers with an ExpressCard slot.
2003-05-16 Memory cards support portable video
Wireless multimedia relies on complex video software/server technology, which in turn relies on complex processing to generate streaming video and audio.
2003-02-20 IPWireless, Sasken to enhance mobile broadband solutions
IPWireless Inc. has partnered with Sasken Communication Technologies Ltd to jointly develop wireless software stacks to enhance the functionality and capability of the IPWireless TDD solution.
2003-01-10 IPWireless signs manufacturing deal with Solectron
IPWireless Inc. has signed a manufacturing agreement with Solectron Corp.
2004-12-02 Interfacing a PC card to an AT91RM9200-DK
This app note describes the implementation of a PCMCIA interface on an AT91RM9200 development kit (DK) using the external bus interface (EBI).
2005-02-17 High-speed relay modules are USB plug-and-play peripherals
Measurement Computing's USB-ERB modules rely on the Microsoft-defined HID class drivers that are part of Windows.
2003-10-24 GLI rolls out USB controller for Newcard spec
Genesys Logic Inc. has introduced the GL817E certified USB 2.0 high-speed bus power controller that is designed to support PCMCIA's Newcard specification.
2004-02-09 Fitting WLAN into personal electronics
The first WLAN devices to appear in the market were add-on units which include PCMCIA cards, Compact Flash cards and USB adapters.
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