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What is PLL?
A phase-locked loop or phase lock loop (PLL) is a control system which generates a signal that has a fixed relation to the phase of a "reference" signal. A PLL circuit responds to both the frequency and the phase of the input signals, automatically raisin
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2002-12-18 AMI hybrid gate arrays come in 1.5V
AMI Semiconductor is making its low-power XPressArray hybrid gate array technology available in a 1.5V version.
2002-02-26 Altera PLDs offer three times more memory
Designed using the company's TriMatrix memory structure, the new line of Stratix PLDs from Altera offers up to 10Mb of RAM and 1,650 embedded memory blocksclaimed to be three times more than any other device.
2013-12-30 Altera CEO: Industry is looking up despite down 2014
John Daane, Altera's CEO, stated that Moore's Law will remain while the near term looks upbeat as a result of scaling that will continue for several generations, offsetting rising fab costs.
2005-01-25 Altera bares industry's 'compelling structured ASIC solution'
Developed as an alternative to the standard cell, Altera's HardCopy II is a non-reprogrammable device seamlessly migrated from a Stratix II FPGA prototype.
2004-05-05 Alliance Semi launches I?C EMI reduction IC
To address EMI reduction, Alliance Semiconductor has launched the AS80M25XX family of dual PLL clock chips.
2015-07-30 ADI RF design tools now support Hittite products
Analog Devices acquired Hittite in 2014 and now offers the broadest portfolio of RF and microwave products covering the entire signal chain.
2004-06-11 ADI offers two PLL synthesizers for wireless apps
Analog Devices developed two PLL synthesizers for the upconversion and downconversion of RF signals in wireless apps.
2011-11-17 Address challenges in 40G/100G SerDes design, implementation
Read about the various aspects of SerDes design such as transmit/receive portions.
2002-07-04 Actel to base high-speed FPGAs on antifuse technology
Actel Corp. is trying to blur the lines between ASIC and FPGA speed as it rolls out its latest programmable-logic platform, which will serve as the basis for the company's performance-driven devices going forward.
2005-03-01 Actel plans low-cost line of flash FPGAs
In the battle for cost-efficiency, Actel plans to sell low-end FPGAs priced below $10 by yearend.
2003-03-28 Actel offers ProASIC Plus FPGA starter kit
Actel Corp. has announced the availability of a low-cost starter kit for its Flash-based reprogrammable ProASIC Plus FPGA devices.
2008-01-09 Actel FPGAs balance power, speed, cost
The folks at Actel have just introduced their ProASIC3L family of FPGAs for designers of high-performance, power-conscious systems.
2002-07-09 Actel FPGA family delivers >500MHz operation
Actel Corp. has launched its Axcelerator family of FPGAs that range from 125,000 to 2 million system gates, delivering >500MHz operation and up to 100 percent resource utilization.
2005-01-27 Actel announces 'world's lowest cost FPGAs'
Actel's third-generation flash-based programmable logic solutions are touted by the company to be the world's lowest cost FPGAs.
2010-04-20 A/V clock generator delivers 40ps jitter
National Semiconductor has released a triple-rate audio/video clock generator that eliminates the need for external clock conditioning in professional and broadcast video equipment.
2010-11-12 65nm flash platform pushes out antifuse
Microsemi Corp. has unveiled a 65nm embedded flash platform that features an expandable, four-input look-up table architecture.
2010-09-01 200mA, -36V LDO regulators boast high PSRR, low noise
Texas Instruments says new LDO regulators output up to 200mA, feature wide input voltage range and less noise
2013-07-19 12bit, 80MSPS ADCs boast 3.5mW power consumption
The increase in Synopsys' 12bit ADCs' performance to 320 MSPS enables greater flexibility for system definition in communications applications such as those enabled by LTE and WiFi 802.11ac protocols.
2003-02-18 10Gbps transceivers draw a crowd
Chip designers are reaching into their bag of circuit tricks to coax 10Gbps transmission rates from serial transceivers, even while demand for such high-speed backplane technology is still ways off.
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