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2006-09-08 Mobile LCD driver enables clearer images in broad daylight
The new intelligent mobile display driver IC from Samsung enables LCDs on handheld devices to deliver clearer images in broad daylight
2009-12-08 Mini driver IC cuts space in stepper motor designs
Designed for use with two-phase stepper motors, the mixed-signal motor drivers eliminate external switches and sense resistors.
2006-08-08 Mimix unrolls GaAs MMIC balanced PA, driver amp
Mimix Broadband has introduced a GaAs MMIC three-stage balanced power amplifier and complementary three-stage driver amplifier
2002-03-07 Micrel LED display driver has 30mA current sink
The MIC5400 LED video display driver consists of two banks of eight LED driver outputs, each with a 30mA current sink
2004-08-24 Micrel high-power LED driver has small footprint
Micrel introduced a 1.2MHz PWM dc-dc white LED driver designed to provide high power within an extremely small footprint
2005-10-19 Mentor Graphics division unveils new USB class driver
Accelerated Technology, a Mentor Graphics Corp. division, announced the Nucleus USB Modem Communication class driver, an extension to its Nucleus USB software
2005-08-12 MCU family touts enhanced flash memory, on-chip LCD driver
The 78K0/Lx2 family of 8-bit microcontrollers from NEC Electronics features 36 product configurations with many memory, peripheral and packaging options.
2010-01-21 MCU dev't kit packs on-chip LCD driver
NEC Electronics Europe is offering the 78K0R development kit designed for the evaluation of the company's 16bit 78K0R/Lx3 microcontroller.
2008-05-23 MCU 'first' to integrate high-current driver
NEC Electronics America and NEC Electronics introduced what they said is the world's first MCU with a constant high-current driver
2004-09-06 Maxim VCSEL driver operates between 1Gbps, 4.25Gbps
A 3.3V, multirate common-cathode VCSEL driver with automatic power control was recently-released by Maxim Integrated Products
2004-09-07 Maxim unveils latest MOSFET driver
Maxim introduced a high-speed MOSFET driver for use in power MOSFET switching, motor control and in the design of high-frequency, switching power supplies
2002-12-28 Maxim rolls smallest multirate VCSEL driver
The company's MAX3741 3.3V multirate VCSEL driver occupies a 3-by-3mm footprint and is claimed to be the industry's smallest multirate VCSEL driver
2002-02-18 Maxim rolls out fan-failure detector/driver IC
The MAX6684 fan-failure detector/driver senses a fan's supply current to indicate functionality, eliminating the need for a tachometer output on the fan
2002-07-12 Maxim MOSFET driver has separate n-, p-channel outputs
The MAX5048 power MOSFET driver from Maxim Integrated Products Inc. includes two separate n-channel and p-channel outputs
2004-08-03 Maxim MOSFET driver dissipates to 2W
Maxim released its latest high-speed, dual MOSFET driver that is capable of dissipating up to 2W at 70C ambient temperature
2002-06-11 Maxim LED display driver operates down to 2.7V
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX6952 LED display driver/controller that operates from 2.7V to 5.5V and saves 0.6W of power when driving four digits at 40mA segment current from a 3.3V supply
2002-04-29 Maxim laser driver provides 60mA direct-coupled modulation current
The MAX3850 3.3V laser driver from Maxim Integrated Products provides 5mA to 60mA of direct-coupled modulation current (80mA ac-coupled) and 1mA to 100mA of bias current, while consuming 116mW of power
2002-10-17 Maxim laser driver meets SFF-8472 requirements
The MAX3735 laser driver operates from 155Mbps to 2.7Gbps and is claimed to meet all the timing and diagnostic requirements for SFP modules
2003-12-30 Maxim laser driver has S/H feature
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX3701 2X blue laser driver with integrated sample and hold circuit
2002-03-06 Maxim laser driver consumes 200mW
The MAX3863 2.7Gbps laser driver provides a laser modulation current of up to 80mA with edge speeds while consuming 200mW of power
2002-03-18 Maxim four-digit, 5-by-7 matrix LED driver saves power
The MAX6953 LED display driver and controller from Maxim Integrated Products interfaces microprocessors to cathode-row 5-by-7 dot-matrix LEDs
2003-10-01 Maxim EAM driver with integrated bias T
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX3941 10.7Gbps electro-absorption modulator (EAM) driver with integrated bias T
2003-12-04 Maxim device provides nine 7V-tolerant output ports
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX6965 RGB and white LED driver
2002-10-15 Maxim clock driver exhibits 0.9ps random jitter
Maxim Integrated Products' MAX9322 1:15 LVECL/LVPECL clock driver exhibits a maximum random jitter of 0.9ps, suitable for clock distribution and division
2002-03-11 Maxim CCFL driver uses synchronized full-bridge inverter design
Designed to drive CCFLs, the MAX1996A uses a synchronized full-bridge inverter architecture to provide near sinusoidal drive waveforms over the entire input range and maximize the life of CCFLs.
2002-04-11 MathStar expands Gemini line with TIA, VCSEL driver
Targeted for 40Gbps SFF and SFP parallel modules, the MS1435 transimpedance amplifier and MS1436 VCSEL driver operate at 3.36Gbps with a 3.3V supply, and are suitable for VSR links, optical backplanes, and box-to-box and chassis-to-chassis applications
2014-03-12 Marvell to uncloak IoT prototyping device
The Kinoma Create's hardware consists of a power-efficient CPU; WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity; a capacitive touchscreen; and numerous I/O options for external sensors, LEDs and input devices.
2007-08-09 Low-noise driver powers nine cellphone LEDs
Linear Technology's LTC3219 low noise LED driver for cellphone displays and lighting provides nine individually configurable current sources for main, sub- and RGB displays
2007-04-12 Low-dropout LED driver targets power-conscious portables
Addressing the migration of white LEDs to lower forward voltages, Catalyst Semiconductor has introduced the CAT4004, a four-channel low-dropout driver designed for power-conscious portables where the LEDs are driven directly from the battery
2008-12-18 Low latency driver to access external EEPROM using PIC18 family devices
This application note is developed based on low latency design. It provides an algorithm, which is designed to use the SPI/I&3178;C interrupts, to achieve the required communication and enable optimum processor usage.
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