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2010-03-30 1A regulator handles low current consumption apps
ON Semiconductor has launched five new CMOS linear voltage regulator families optimized for use in low current consumption portable battery-powered and 'always on' applications.
2005-02-22 10GbE module supports multi-mode, single-mode optical waveguides
Emcore now has a small form-factor version of its existing 10GBASE-LX4 (LX4) module used in 10GbE (10Gb Ethernet) apps.
2007-03-21 1.8V TCXO aids in miniaturization of GPS designs
Daishinku Corp. has announced the development of DSB321SE, a low voltage SMD temperature compensated crystal oscillator (TCXO) operating at 1.8V, targeting the miniaturization of GPS receiver module design.
2009-12-07 1.6kW power supplies pack fan-speed control
Safety Power Group is rolling out a new range of 1.6kW power supplies that features fan-speed control to reduce acoustic noise.
2008-05-06 'Smallest' solar array simulator delivers up to 1,200W
Agilent Technologies has unveiled a modular solar array simulator that offers up to 1200W power in the smallest package (2U high).
2003-11-10 'Media PCs' could push PC-TV sales to $4 billion by 2007, forecaster says
A consumer electronics device called a "media center PC" that captures TV programming, digitizes it and stores programming on a hard disk drive could emerge as a key product for manufacturers over the next several years, according to a market researcher.
2006-12-20 'Highest-frequency' 3A PWM buck regulator rolls
Micrel's 3-by-3mm MLF 2.7MHz 3A PWM buck regulator is said to be the industry's highest-frequency 3A device.
2007-03-16 'All fuss but no elan,' analyst says of .11n
Analysts don't see a big take-off for .11n, insisting that the 100Mbps link will not prove very useful for some time, either in public hotspots or home networks.
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