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What is analogue-to-digital converter?
An electronic circuit that converts a continuously varying signal (temperature, pressure, voltage, etc.) into digital number comprising zeroes and ones.
Applications include anything that involves the digital processing of signals by a digital signal processor, microprocessor or microcontroller.
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2007-11-20 Leadis exec discusses class G technology
Leadis Technology's Jim Hauer, senior director for new business development, recently spoke with Vivek Nanda, EE Times-India editor, about the company's new class-G amplifier technology and product road map.
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2002-01-22 LCD modules fit many apps
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The Flashlite 186 DOS-based SBC from JK microsystems features a 33MHz 186-compatible processor and is targeted at data acquisition apps.
2015-11-09 Is Apple developing a new 4in iPhone?
An analyst predicts a smaller, less-expensive iPhone will debut early next year due to strong demand for compact smartphones. Apple is likely to launch an upgraded iPhone 5s.
2002-02-11 IRF MOSFETs offer 40 percent lower on-resistance
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2005-11-09 IPS qualified to Q100
International Rectifier unveiled its IPS10xx family of low-side IPS that are qualified to Q100.
2014-04-21 IoT designs demand EDA to refocus on basic requirements
For EDA to support the rapidly growing IoT landscape, one industry expert suggests a return to verification, power management, and analogue/mixed signal designs.
2004-06-01 Intersil targets analog market with Xicor deal
Smart battery ICs and expertise in data conversion were among the assets that made Xicor Corp. a key acquisition for Intersil Corp., executives from both companies said.
2003-12-03 Intersil rolls out six new op amps
Intersil Corp. has expanded its high-speed operational amplifier portfolio with the release of six rail-to-rail output amplifiers.
2006-03-02 Interface ICs suit telecom, networking apps
ON Semiconductor introduced the NB7L32M, NB4N11M, NB4N11S, and NB4L52 fully differential interface ICs.
2011-05-30 Interface connector ideal for high speed data transmission
Hirose has introduced a small, 1mm-pitch interface connector for high-speed data transmission.
2005-06-07 Intel, Xilinx sponsors FPGA design tilt
Aiming to bolster the programmable logic technical know-how of engineering students, Intel Corp. through its Intel Innovation in Education program, and Xilinx Inc. have sponsored an FPGA-based design competition for university students in the Philippines
2006-08-04 Intel rolls out NOR flash memory for low-cost handsets
Intel has introduced its first NOR flash memory products aimed at the emerging low-cost cellphone segment.
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2008-03-05 Infineon debuts 900V superjunction MOSFETs
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2011-03-25 Infineon 16bit MCUs meet ultra low-end needs
Infineon's XE16xL and XE16xU real-time signal controllers provide 16bit performance at 8bit cost for electric drive systems in energy efficiency and mass market applications.
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In its ECONseries product roll-out, Data Translation relies on serial USB 2.0's so-called full-speed mode, operating at 12Mbps.
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China had its first Annual Creativity in Electronics (ACE) Awards this month, celebrating the creators of technology and how they impact the industry.
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Imager sensor chip co-developed by Imec and Panasonic targets high speed, high resolution imaging applications such as next generation HDTV.
2007-09-20 Ignition IGBT cuts power dissipation by 30 percent
Fairchild Semiconductor says the FGB3040C is the industry's first standard current sense ignition IGBT.
2008-09-01 iDTV SoC backs next-gen HD video standard
NEC has started shipments of the samples of EMMATM3TL, a new SoC intended for full high-definition iDTV supporting the H.264/AVC next-generation video compression standard.
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