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2005-03-04 Maxim Serdes with DC-balanced outputs
Maxim's new Serdes products serialize 27 lines into a single DC-balanced twisted pair or differential line for improved EMI and low-cost routing.
2003-01-15 Maxim LVDS repeaters exhibit low pulse skew
The company's MAX9169/MAX9170 four-port LVDS/LVTTL-to-LVDS repeaters exhibit a maximum pulse skew of 150ps.
2003-01-13 Maxim LVDS line receivers feature "in-path" circuits
The company's single, dual, and quad LVDS line receivers feature "in-path" fail-safe circuits that minimizes power and EMI rates.
2003-05-23 Maxim device translates CML, LVPECL, and LVDS to LVDS
Maxim Integrated Products' MAX9174 and MAX9175 single 1:2 LVDS splitters are suitable for apps where low jitter is critical for signal integrity.
2006-11-23 Maxim adds new deserializer to LVDS Serdes line
Maxim has added a hot-swappable, high-output-drive, 21bit, DC-balanced deserializer to its high-speed LVDS Serdes family.
2006-07-12 LVDS signal switches suit high-resolution displays
Pericom said its LVDS devices provide a high-bandwidth, robust and economical digital interface for high-resolution flat panel displays.
2007-02-02 LVDS Serdes delivers 5Gbps throughput
Mixel has developed the MXL-LVDS-SR-4CH serializer and the companion MXL-LVDS-DS-4CH deserializer that provide up to 5Gbps data throughput or 1.25Gbps bandwidth per channel.
2007-06-25 LVDS drivers offer 800Mbps at 300ps pulse skew
austriamicrosystems expands its LVDS ICs portfolio with the introduction of its new AS1154/56 single and dual LVDS drivers.
2006-02-14 LVDS deserializers reduce EMI
Maxim introduced the latest members of its high-speed LVDS SerDes family, which are hot-swappable, 21-bit, DC-balanced LVDS deserializers with programmable spread spectrum.
2006-07-17 LVDS chips support apps needing high-speed data transmission
austriamicrosystems has unveiled the first products in its new family of LVDS ICs suitable for applications requiring high-speed data transmission.
2006-12-18 Innovating the interface
Demanding transmission line data rates and distances continue to push line driver and receiver innovations.
2003-05-29 Hifn device compress, decompress data at 160Mbps
Hifn has released the 9620 lossless data compression processor that can compress or decompress data up to 160Mbps.
2008-01-16 Design versatile high-speed ADCs
The high-speed ADC is the bridge between the analog and digital hardware, and many times it is placed in the responsibility of an all-digital or all-analog hardware designer. When that happens, the programmability has easier acceptance with the digital hardware designer, but it can save the day for an analog hardware designer who failed to set up the digital timing or signal integrity properly.
2005-04-21 Deserializers lessen wires, traces
Maxim introduces the latest members of its high-speed LVDS SerDes family, which are hot-swappable 21-bit, DC-balanced LVDS deserializers
2008-04-29 Cat 6 RJ45 connector now in shielded version
Bomar Interconnect Products, Inc. has added a shielded version of its Category 6 EZ-RJ45 (P/N 300668SEZ) connector and a snagless boot (P/N CBX600EZ) to it EZ series of connectors.
2016-05-18 Benefits of adding isolation to LVDS interfaces
Adding isolation to LVDS interfaces provides a transparent solution that can be inserted into existing signal chains for high-speed and precision measurement and control applications.
2007-07-02 A comparison of line driver and line receiver varieties
Line drivers and receivers come in many speed, distance and drive types to meet the increasing needs of data links, and support RS-232, RS-422, RS-485, and LVDS for point-to point, multidrop, and bus/backplane applications.
2004-03-15 3M patch cords allow tighter bend radius
The Glass/Glass/Polymer fiber optic patch cords from 3M Telecommunications allow tighter bend radiuses than ordinary fiber optic cords.
2007-11-14 'Smallest' serializer ships for mini-cameras
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the industry's smallest serializer, which the company says is ideal for ultracompact cameras.
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