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2008-10-29 Test option rolls for capacitors in aviation apps
Passive components manufacturer AVX Corp. now offers a DO 160 test option for capacitors intended for use in flight applications.
2012-09-04 RF transistor aimed at secondary surveillance radar aviation apps
Microsemi's 1011GN-700ELM is based on GaN on SiC technologies, and operates at 1030MHz and supports short- and long-pulsed extended length message.
2008-01-11 64Kbyte FRAM RFID tag debuts for aviation
Fujitsu has developed the world's first 64Kbyte UHF-band RFID tag with high-capacity FRAM for aircraft apps
2012-10-10 SmartFusion2 SoC FPGA ready for industrial, medical apps
The company's next-generation SmartFusion2 SoC FPGAs are designed to address fundamental requirements for advanced security, high reliability and low power in critical applications.
2012-01-31 SiC MOSFETs target high frequency apps
Rated at 100A/1200V, the QJD1210010 and QJD1210011 feature -175C junction temperature.
2010-06-03 Secure MCU is FIME-certified for e-Passport apps
FIME has certified the Atmel Corp.'s AT90SC28880RCFV secure microcontroller to be compliant with ICAO RF specifications and ISO 14443 RF.
2008-06-23 RF inductor fits military list for multiple security apps
Gowanda recently launched an RF inductor series that is now on the military's Qualified Product List. The series is designed for RF military, aerospace and defense applications, which may be used in various applications such as space, satellite, radio, sonar, guidance and GPS.
2005-02-03 RF chokes suit apps that need high voltage handling capability
Gowanda rolled out its new series of RF surface mount chokes designed for use in the lighting industry and other apps where high voltage handling capability is required
2005-08-30 Researchers float dry fuel cells for mobile apps
Touted as a future solution to automobile pollution, fuel cell technology may in the interim solve the portable-power problem that is pivotal to miniaturizing electronic systems.
2009-06-08 Intel ventures on embedded apps with Wind River deal
While the $844 million purchase of Wind River made barely a dent on Intel Corp.'s $10.6 billion cash hoard, the implications are enormous, not just for Intel but also for its customers.
2005-06-20 Inductors eye military, GPS apps
Gowanda announces the introduction of the SMRF 1010 series of commercial off-the-shelf surface mount RF inductors which is designed to provide a cost-effective alternative to equivalent Mil Spec products
2012-09-24 Fujitsu's FRAM-based device targets RFID apps
The MB89R112 includes 9KB of FRAM that claims to offer fast write speeds and high-frequency rewriting capabilities, providing excellent radiation tolerance and low-power operation.
2009-08-20 Embedded PC geared for mission critical apps
Adlink Technology Inc. has launched what it claims to be the first Extreme Rugged system based on the Intel Core2 Duo processor.
2009-03-31 Audio connectors suit comms, security apps
Spectrum Advanced Specialty Products has added a new design to its standard MIL-DTL-55116 capacitive filtered audio connectors. These EMI-filtered, ESD-protected connectors are suitable for aviation, communication and security applications
2007-02-28 OLED display, lighting markets up for dramatic growth
Touted for its low power consumption and support for mobile video, OLED displays for mobile phones and other lighting applications will hit $10.9 billion by 2012 and grow to $15.5 billion by 2014, according to the new report from NanoMarkets.
2014-06-02 LEDs: Big lights come in small packages
Light emitting diodes are used in an increasing number of applications because although they are tiny devices, LEDs are able to emit a large amount of light.
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