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2007-05-07 3Gbps SDI chipset claims 'breakthroughs' for SMPTE 424M standard
Each product in National's 3Gbps SDI chipset promises to deliver performance breakthroughs for the new SMPTE 424M broadcast video standard, which supports serial transmission of higher resolution 1,080p video.
2008-12-03 3G femtocell transceivers support UMTS
Analog Devices Inc. has unveiled the ADF4602-1 transceiver for 3G femtocell base stations that support the UMTS wireless interface standard for home and office wireless infrastructure equipment.
2010-07-28 2ch audio analyzer supports production testing
The APx515 from Audio Precision is a two-channel audio analyzer optimized for production test.
2014-08-12 25V dual-power MOSFET trims power losses by 5 per cent
The IRFHE4250D is housed in a 6x6 PQFN package, which boasts excellent thermal performance, low on-state resistance and gate charge.
2010-09-24 1ch Full-Speed USB UART touts enhanced capabilities
Exar announced the latest addition to heir Full-Speed USB UART series, the XR21B1411, with 15kV HBM ESD protection, up to 12Mbit/s serial data rate, optimized software drivers and support for very large FIFO sizes.
2007-05-02 16GB embedded NAND flash integrates controller
Toshiba today announced a new series of embedded NAND flash memory devices, which is compliant to eMMCTM and achieves the industry's largest capacity of 16Gbyte.
2011-09-21 16G chipset offers 14Gb/s performance
Gennum has launched 16G Fiber Channel module chipsetthe GN2017 and the GN1068, which are compatible with recent Fiber Channel applications.
2010-04-15 16bit MCU enables 5120-dot high-res display
Seiko Epson Corp. has begun shipping samples of the S1C17706 16bit microcontroller capable of 5120-dot high-resolution display.
2008-06-06 16bit MCU controls sensors for health care
Seiko Epson Corp. has developed the S1C17602, a low power consumption 16bit MCU that incorporates a newly developed 10bit ultralow power consumption ADC and is capable of controlling various sensors used in health care equipment.
2007-07-25 16-port T1/E1/J1 transceiver debuts
At 16 ports, the DS26519 single-chip transceiver from Dallas Semiconductor is said to offer the highest integration and lowest cost per port in the industry.
2008-04-23 150Mbit/s fiber optic transceiver supports MOST Rev 3.0
Melexis has developed the MLX75605, a single-package solution for a 150Mbit/s fiber optic transceiver dedicated to MOST Rev. 3.0 enabling access to the newly defined MOST150 PHY.
2015-03-09 15 innovative things seen at MWC 2015
Here is a presentation of 15 curious things spotted at the recently concluded Mobile World Congress in Spain, which highlighted many connected devices and technologies.
2006-10-25 10Mbps automotive bus transceiver supports FlexRay
austriamicrosystems has developed the AS8221 high-speed automotive bus transceiver that fully conforms to the FlexRay PHY specification.
2009-09-23 10G transceiver packs diagnostic reporting
Phyworks has begun sampling a single-chip transceiver in CMOS that integrates a temperature sensor and diagnostic reporting.
2011-12-20 1.9mm pitch LED display targets indoor apps
The LED display panel technology from SiliconCore Technology drives up to 128 RGB LED pixels.
2006-12-04 'Smallest' LDO drives LED lighting in portables
Texas Instruments Inc. has introduced a two-bank LDO, touted to be the smallest of its kind, for supporting LED lighting in portable applications such as mobile phones, navigation systems, and MP3 and media players.
2006-07-04 'Fastest' 16bit PCI digitizer offers dual port memory
AlazarTech said its 16bit PCI waveform digitizer, touted to be the fastest, has a dual port acquisition memory that allows data transfer to PC memory without stopping the acquisition session.
2007-05-01 'Asset-lite' strategy keeps Moore's Law alive
Ajit Manocha, executive VP and chief manufacturing officer of NXP, believes that the widening gap between design productivity and Moore's Law will trigger a paradigm shift in IC manufacturing that will entail a breakthrough in the way companies work together.
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