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2007-10-02 Sealed linear array lights suit harsh washdown environments
Banner Engineering's high-power, solid-state linear array lights are housed in a durable, waterproof, IP68-rated housing, making them a suitable lighting option for harsh washdown environments.
2003-05-16 5.8GHz RF is focused for analog vets
After years of lagging behind on different ventures, Micro Linear Corp will concentrate on 5.8GHz RF products.
2007-04-02 TI Fellow details digital micromirror apps
Larry Hornbeck, Emmy winner for his invention of the digital micromirror device, told EE Times that TI has still more applications up its sleeve for the digital micromirror.
2000-03-01 Taking new stabs at programmable analog
Programmable logic has some traditional advantages over ASIC design. The gate count of FPGAs approaches that of custom circuits. FPGAs can be programmed?and re-programmed?out in the field, enabling fast time to market. ASICs, in comparison, need careful attention to layout and fabrication technology. It can take anywhere from six weeks to two years (depending on the complexity of the circuit) to get an ASIC working properly.
2008-08-12 Olympics ushers in new MEMS era
The 92,000 red, green, blue, yellow and white dots seen at the opening of the Beijing Olympics were the effects created by spectators waving MEMS-equipped electronic toy torches known as 'Waving Torch.'
2006-10-02 Fingerprint sensors secure portable systems
Growing demand for smaller and less power-hungry sensors has sparked a market for swipe-type sensorstwo of which are Fujitsu's silicon-based MBF320PBT-GE1and Synaptics' swipe touchpad solution.
2015-08-10 Designing phase adjustable PA for 5G front-ends
In this article, we describe the design of a 4-channel transmitter IC with each channel containing a power amplifier with integral 4bit phase shifter.
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