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2008-05-16 Vishay tips ultrahigh-precision voltage divider
Vishay's new ultrahigh-precision SMT flip-chip voltage divider is built on the company's 'Z- foil' technology, which reduces the resistive component's sensitivity to ambient temperature variations and applied power changes.
2003-07-22 Vishay resistors have 1 ppm/C tracking values
The company's series of DSM surface-mount resistor dividers integrates a matched pair of Bulk Metal Foil resistors.
2012-03-12 Vishay pays $85 million for HiRel Systems
The acquisition would substantially expand and strengthen its specialty magnetic product business.
2007-08-30 Vishay intros AEC Q101-qualified photodiodes
Vishay Intertechnology has unveiled what it claimed as the first ambient-light sensing photodiodes qualified to the AEC Q101 standard.
2002-08-05 Vishay acquires BLH and Nobel
Vishay Intertechnology Inc. has purchased the BLH and Nobel Businesses from Thermo Electron Corp.
2011-01-04 Virtualization software for Sandy Bridge
LucidLogix Technologies launched Virtu, software designed specifically to support Sandy Bridge processors in working with external GPUs.
2010-04-19 Virage Logics sets sight on subsystems
Virage Logic no longer sees itself as just a provider of a collection of IP cores, instead, it's betting on becoming a supplier of 'subsystems' that can be quickly embedded in SoCs for its licensees.
2007-12-13 Viewer turns iPod video into big virtual hit
Virtual display glasses are nothing new, but improvements have slimmed the package considerably and brought costs to levels more simpatico with consumer budgets�At $199, Myvu's Solo brings iPod video viewing front and center.
2005-11-23 Video switch saves space
Fairchild Semiconductor's new video switch matrix integrates analog switch capability, input clamps, bias circuitry and cable drivers into one device.
2010-03-26 Video SoC delivers HD quality at low bitrate
TI rolls out the TMS320DM8168 DaVinci video SoC that consolidates capture, compression, display and control functionalities of an HD multi-channel system.
2008-06-30 Video Serdes IC chases away data control cables
Intersil Corp.'s ISL34340 Serdes interface transports 27 bits of video data and bi-directional I2C into a single high-speed LVDS cable of up to 10m long.
2007-02-16 Video output enhances mobile viewing
The convergence of technology in cellphones and other ultra-portable devices has rapidly increased the use of video in applications requiring extremely small size and low power. A new, emerging feature is the ability to drive a video signal from a cellphone to view that image on a conventional TV set.
2006-08-31 Video filters enhance anti-aliasing, DAC smoothing
Maxim Integrated Products said its four new video filters have solved the issue of fine-tuning filter cut-offs in anti-aliasing and reconstruction filters.
2007-01-23 Video filter/driver improves system reliability
Fairchild's FMS6141 has an active filtering approach that promises to improve system reliability and image quality as well as lower component count by approximately 20 percent to help reduce test time, design time and inventory costs.
2009-09-23 Video filter supports 1,080p HD
Fairchild Semiconductor has launched a video filter that offers selectability from SD to 1,080p HD.
2008-01-23 Video decoder with 3D comb filter aims at HDTVs
Analog Devices has expanded its Advantiv advanced TV portfolio with a new 12bit resolution 3D comb video decoder with an integrated 150MSps digitizer for Full-HD 1,080p input formats.
2008-09-19 Video amps enhance images, capacity of HDTVs
Analog Devices has launched three high-performance video amplifiers that bring higher levels of picture quality and power efficiency to HDTV and video equipment.
2009-10-13 Video amp saves space in car-navigation apps
The New Japan Radio Co. chip fills the 1Vp-p ADC / 0.7p-p ADC discrepancy in TVs and car navigation systems.
2007-09-13 Vibration motor driver IC uses Freewheel principle
The MLX90283 vibration motor driver from Melexis successfully applies the 'Freewheel' principle to vibration motors by exploiting single-phase motor characteristics.
2002-01-29 VIA launches DDR chipset for mobile Pentium III
The ProSavageDDR PN266T is claimed to be the first mobile chipset to support fast DDR266 memory for the mobile Pentium III processor.
2006-05-10 VGA mux cuts chip count
Maxim's 1:2 or 2:1 VGA multiplexer performs RGB, H/V sync, and display data channel video switching.
2011-09-30 VGA modules simplify design time, save PCB space
Avago has announced a new set of VGA modules that can simplify design time and save PCB space.
2015-04-27 Verilog-AMS vs SPICE view for SoC verification
In this article, we comparatively analyse the usage of Verilog/Verilog-AMS and SPICE views from the perspective of data converters and clocking IPs in an SoC.
2002-10-29 Velio serdes integrates four OC-48 transceivers
The company's VC1021S serdes integrates four OC-48 transceivers into a 27-by-27mm, 352-pin BGA and is designed specifically for SONET/SDH apps.
2006-11-22 Vectron touts 'smallest' frequency translator
Vectron International said it has released the industry's smallest quartz-based, ultralow-jitter frequency translator.
2005-01-17 VDSL-2 chipsets bow for central office, CPE
Ikanos Communications rolled out VDSL-2 chipsets for central-office and customer-premises modems.
2010-05-25 VCOs lower energy consumption in base stations
RF Micro Devices is rolling out a new family of laminate-based voltage-controlled oscillators (VCOs) for cellular infrastructure and other high-performance wireless transceiver applications.
2009-04-06 Varistors boast ultralow leakage current
AVX Corp. has developed a zinc oxide-based varistor series that exhibits a low leakage current of 2?A maximum.
2005-07-18 Variables dictate 'right' SoC-SiP mix for phones
The right mix of SiP and SoC will depend on many factors&mdasj;most critical is cost
2008-02-08 Variable gain amp sets new performance standard
ADI has introduced a digitally programmable variable gain amplifier with transmit driver claimed to set a new standard of performance for driving signals over power lines, cables and other applications with low impedance.
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