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2007-07-23 Telecom timing chip enables 1G, 10G SyncE
Maxim's DS3104 chip is said to be the industry's first to provide full carrier-class clock synchronization for new Synchronous Ethernet line cards and mixed SONET/SDH/SyncE line cards.
2007-10-11 Tektronix upgrades signal fidelity of oscilloscopes
Tektronix has added enhanced its DPO7000 series and the DPO and DSA70000 series oscilloscopes to provide unimpaired signal representation and accurate timing and amplitude measurements.
2004-09-20 Tek's new 4-channel portable scopes take to lab or field
Tektronix's new scopes give users the usual oscilloscope front panel, but with totally independent knobs and buttons for each channel.
2012-03-21 Taking advantage of MCU sleep modes to boost energy savings
Learn about the different MCU modes that allow energy conservation.
2011-05-30 Tactile switches works up to 100,000 operations
C&K Components unveils a series of vertical and right angle illuminated tactile switches that offer high reliability and long life up to 100,000 operations.
2013-07-08 SyncE timing chips boast phase jitter below 300fs RMS
The IDT 82V3910 and 82V3911 are low-jitter, highly-versatile SyncE network timing solutions optimised for use in 10GBASE-R/10GBASE-W and 40GBASE-R applications.
2011-09-01 Surface-mount resistors tout 5C7W power rating
The Power Metal Strip resistors from Vishay offer high-temperature capability and allow high-power circuit design.
2008-03-19 Sun open archive solutions address data explosion
Sun's open archive portfolio provides customers smarter choices in managing exponential data growth for 'forever' retention periods, with systems that can scale to petabytes and provide the ability to efficiently search for content across different types of data.
2014-08-11 ST: Cars find place in grand scheme of IoT
Today's car is already packed with electronics and, in fact, has among the highest densities of electronic components of all consumer machines.
2010-09-28 Space-saving half-watt resistor debuts
Vishay creates "first" 0.5W current-sensing resistor
2008-06-30 Space project pushes Microchip engineers to extreme
What started out as an innocent call about their company's line of MCUs, locked a small cadre of Microchip Technology Inc. engineers into a multiyear, space-based design project that would push the boundaries of their professional knowledge and flexibility.
2008-05-01 SoCs wrestle with schedule delays
No prudent chip company would admit as much to customers, but the unspoken truth in today's complex world of SoC design is that most ICs will neither be developed nor delivered on time.
2003-09-25 SMK FPC connector has 0.85mm profile
SMK Corp. has released what it claims is the industry's shortest FPC connector that features a profile of 0.85mm.
2003-05-26 SMK coax offerings eye automotive apps
SMK Corp. has released its latest coaxial connector offerings that are suitable for GPS equipment, cellphones, TV receivers, and automotive equipment.
2009-05-29 Slide switches achieve up to 1000,000 cycles
Alps Electric Europe GmbH has released the SSAG series of double-side or single-side (right or left) recoil type slide switches.
2006-09-28 Sixnet releases new IP67 industrial Ethernet accessories
Sixnet said its new line of rugged and military-tough IP67 accessories are suitable for its IP67 Ethernet switches.
2004-07-19 Sipex dc-dc chip module delivers 6A
Sipex's SP7652 device is the first of the company's new PowerBlox family of ultra-miniature high-current dc-dc buck regulators.
2008-01-04 Silicon TV tuners clearing hurdles
Although mobile phone and WLAN transceivers made the transition to silicon ICs years ago, solid-state TV tuners have been slower off the starting block. Recently, several companies have started to offer IC-based TV receivers that will replace the traditional "can tuner."
2002-09-12 Silicon nanoparticles eyed for chemical detection
A method for fabricating porous-silicon nanoparticles that have a selective response to light could lead to a fundamentally new capability for chemical sensing.
2011-10-03 Signal integrity issues at 10 Gbit/sec and beyond
Know the challenges that this high-speed domain brings, as well as basic techniques for addressing them.
2005-12-09 Shielded RF test chambers are manual or automatic
Designed for making more reliable noise-free RF tests on modules and devices with radio interfaces, test equipment maker Rohde and Schwarz is offering a number of shielded RF test chambers.
2007-09-07 Sensors monitor temperature of computer DIMMs
STMicroelectronics has developed two high-accuracy application specific digital temperature-sensor chips intended for monitoring the temperature of DIMMs used in PCs.
2011-08-08 Sensor built on 1.1?m OmniBSI-2 pixel architecture
OmniVision's 8-megapixel OV8850 is a CameraChip sensor built on a 1.1?m OmniBSI-2 pixel architecture.
2012-12-18 Semtech unveils HB LED driver platform
The SC5014 and SC5014A use a tiny, 2.2æH, 1mm height inductor that the company said enables the design of ultra-thin displays while extending battery life.
2006-04-24 SDI products target broadcast video apps
National Semiconductor introduced six serial digital interface products for professional broadcast video applications.
2005-04-05 Sampling technique underpins 100GHz-bandwidth scopes
LeCroy's new 100GHz bandwidth WaveExpert 9000 and SDA 100G mainframes combine the high bandwidth and accuracy of sampling oscilloscopes with the speed and utility of realtime scopes.
2009-07-13 RS CEO takes a bullish view of Asia
In an interview with EE Times-Asia, Ian Mason, group chief executive of RS Components, shares his excitement over the Asia Pacific region's promising growth despite the downturn.
2005-04-11 Rocker switch offers illumination
NKK Switches claims to offer the industry's first miniature snap-in illuminated rocker switches.
2009-04-21 RJ-45 connectors feature enhanced Ethernet protection
Molex Inc. has extended its industrial data interconnection product lineup with more robust versions of its RJ-45 Ethernet plugs and jacks for use in industrial, marine and telecom applications.
2007-12-07 RFID devices with crypto engine prevent counterfeiting
Atmel has unveiled the CryptoRF 13.56MHz RFID devices with 64bit embedded cryptographic engine, mutual authentication capability and up to 16 individually configurable zones.
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