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2015-11-03 Optimising equalisation for FFE, CTLE, DFE
Know the significance of balancing cost and power against CTLE/Tx FFE and the number of DFE taps in a way that reduces ISI without amplifying crosstalk.
2014-04-04 Optimisation of photodiode sensor circuit design
Know the important steps in obtaining the best possible system performance.
2002-10-10 Optical transponders eye metro, region at 10Gbps
Vitesse Semiconductor has added two latest members to its line of LR-2 10Gbps long-reach transponders for metro and regional markets.
2011-11-01 Optical amplifier tech aimed to reach >40km
The next-generation access system applied to optical aggregation networks can have 128 terminal-equipment connections.
2009-10-29 Op amps deliver 4kV ESD resistance
Rohm Semiconductor offers a series of CMOS operational amplifiers claimed to provide the lowest current consumption of 0.35 ?A and slew rate of 0.05 V/?s.
2005-04-26 Op amps come in SOT-23 package
Microchip Technology is offering single-supply, rail-to-rail input/output, low-power operational amplifiers in space-saving 5-pin SOT-23 packages that operate over a variety of bandwidths ranging from 10kHz to 10MHz
2011-04-19 Op amplifier boasts lowest-noise, zero-drift
Analog Devices has released the ADA4528 zero-drift operational amplifier designed for instrumentation and medical applications that require precision over time and temperature without system calibration.
2007-07-05 Op amp features 10MHz unity gain bandwidth
austriamicrosystems has introduced its AS1710 op amp that operates from a single 2.7-5.5V supply and can swing to within 100mV from the rails while sinking or sourcing 50mA of output current.
2003-10-27 ON Semi releases transistors for audio amplifier output
ON Semiconductor has introduced a family of audio bipolar transistors which the company claims have the highest voltages available in the industry.
2004-01-14 ON Semi oscillator amplifier eyes telecom apps
Expanding its portfolio of advanced components for high-speed data and telecommunication applications, ON Semiconductor has introduced the NBLVEP16VR amplifier that features both an oscillator gain stage and enabled high gain outputs.
2004-04-28 ON Semi audio amplifier improves sound quality
The company has introduced the NCP2809 stereo audio amplifier that improves sound quality and reduces part count in space-restricted wireless apps.
2004-08-20 Oki accelerometer integrates sensor, control features
Touted to be the world's thinnest ultra small accelerometer module, the new sensor from Oki Electric detects acceleration, inclination and vibration on a tri-axis.
2003-08-27 NTT verifies diamond semiconductor operation at 81GHz
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp. (NTT) has developed a diamond semiconductor device that operates at 81GHz frequency.
2015-06-09 Nothing left to be invented in embedded control (Part 3)
In Part 3, we explore a few more examples of core independent peripherals; combining their functionality with analogue peripherals to create new intelligent analogue solutions.
2004-11-09 NI modules priced below $150/channel
National Instruments disclosed that its two strain measurement modules set a new price point for measurement-class structural test.
2005-02-04 New digitizers offer 8GS/s sampling rate
Acqiris announced that its three new digitizer products feature a high-speed performance that is unmatched in the industry.
2002-04-05 NanoOpto seeks opto builders for its pillar structures
NanoOpto Corp. will work with developers of passive and active optical elements to identify optoelectronic products that could make use of the company's passive pillar elements, CEO Barry Weinbaum said.
2008-10-08 MRAM firm eyes nanosensor tech for multiple apps
Micromem Technologies said the company has built a New York office for its U.S. subsidiary as part of the plan of focusing on magnetic sensor opportunities, independent of the magnetic RAM market.
2007-09-27 Moto Fone packs a punch of simple, elegant features
Quietly launched in rural India initially, the F3 Fone is aimed mostly at first-time cell users in markets offering low-cost prepaid or monthly service.
2007-02-12 MOSFET gate drivers target industrial apps
Fairchild Semiconductor released the first in a new family of high-frequency optically isolated MOSFET gate drivers capable of driving up to 30A/1,200V in industrial applications.
2014-01-06 Monitoring heart rates with PSoC
Here's the design of a heart rate monitor using programmable system-on-a-chip.
2006-09-28 Module replaces DCF in DWDM networks
Civcom is launching a free-path Manageable Dispersion Compensation Module (M-DCM) designed to be a replacement for Dispersion Compensation Fiber (DCF) in Metro-Regional DWDM networks.
2010-03-04 Mobile IC vendors prep LTE product roadmaps
LTE is shaping to be an evolutionary communications platform and become the dominant 4G technology but its deployment will be gradual and protracted.
2006-06-07 Mobile comms owe to chunky phones of the 80s
As a tribute to the early days of cellular communications and to the progress made in this field, Teardown examines the technology behind Motorola's DynaTAC 'brick' phone from the '80s.
2009-09-24 Mixers, demodulators suit 4G base stations
Analog Devices Inc. has begun sampling the first devices in a range of highly integrated RFICs for 4G cellular base stations.
2005-09-15 Mixed-signal MCU acquires analog signals with high precision
Dallas Semiconductor rolled out a new mixed-signal MCU with integrated precision analog functions.
2003-03-10 Mitsubishi to deploy amplifiers from HighWave
Mitsubishi Electric Corp. has selected HighWave Optical Technologies Ltd's optical amplifiers to be deployed in inter-city metro-ring networks in Japan, through Mitsubishi's all-optical DWDM platform.
2006-02-03 Minimize lightning damage on satellite antennae
A dedicated IC, an LNB voltage regulator can be damaged by a lightning strike on the coaxial cable or antenna that generates a high current, high voltage surge at the voltage regulator. Here's how to protect without restricting data transmission performance.
2008-09-16 MEMS wear sophistication well
Engineers must take a holistic rather than a piecemeal approach when integrating MEMS into larger electronic systems.
2008-01-16 MEMS set to tickle consumer fancy
Today, MEMS chips, combined with the smart software that uses them, are being designed into cellphones at a pace reminiscent of camera-phone adoption, enabling a new breed of consumer-pleasing electronic devices.
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