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2005-04-12 Buck regulator is the most compact
Sipex Corp.'s SP7653, the newest addition to the company's PowerBlox series of ultraminiature buck regulator ICs, runs at the highest switching frequency in the family to cut overall real-estate requirements by 60 to 70 percent (thanks to a much smaller inductor) compared to its closest family member.
2007-04-16 Boost automotive electric motor control with DSCs
The digital signal controller (DSC) is an ideal embedded control processor option for emerging BLDC-based applications. It is important that systems developers invest in a DSC architecture that is well suited to address the challenges of their particular applications.
2002-08-27 Bluetooth rolls toward deployment in cars
Bluetooth radio moved a step closer to automotive production as one supplier rolled out an automotive-grade Bluetooth chip and carmakers said they have shifted their wireless network efforts into high gear.
2002-03-19 BitBlitz retimer trims parts from WDM modules
A retimer chip from BitBlitz Communications is said to eliminate as many as six components from designs for WDM optical transponders, parallel optics modules, and serial backplanes.
2003-06-11 AVX connectors provide secure cable retention
AVX Corp.'s 6298 series of low pin count, low-profile FPC connectors provide design engineers with a secure method of making PCB connections in handheld devices.
2006-11-01 Automotive security apps go wireless
The designers of wireless secure-access systems for the vehicles of tomorrow may encounter their share of challenges. Cost-effective MCUs offer a proven, reliable building block for wireless systems within the vehicle.
2004-10-21 austriamicro RF transmitter complies to ARIB standard
austriamicro disclosed that they have developed the world's first automotive-qualified ARIB transmitter ASSP.
2004-10-25 Atmel ARM7-based flash MCUs priced below $3
Atmel introduced what it claims as the world's first family of ARM7-based flash microcontrollers with prices starting at less then $3.
2009-10-19 Analyst: Intel's MID move may not be worth it
A market research company says that Intel's investment to redesign the Atom processor for the MID market may not payoff.
2002-05-06 AMCC SiGe chipsets target VSR, backplane apps
Applied Micro Circuits Corp. has announced the availability of the S7032 quad 10.7Gbps VCESL driver and S7035 quad 10.7Gbps transimpedance amplifier, which are designed for VSR OC-768, quad OC-192 and 10GbE, and optical backplane applications.
2002-12-09 Alps releases smallest memory stick duo connector
The SCEM series of Memory Stick Duo connectors from Alps Electric Co. Ltd measures 23-by-26.9-by-2.3mm - the industry's smallest.
2003-10-23 Alps Electric connectors feature stand-off design
The SCDA2A02 series of SD memory card connectors from Alps Electric Co. Ltd features a reverse-mounting stand-off design that allows components to be mounted underneath the connector.
2004-06-24 Alps connectors suit Memory Stick, Duo media
Alps Electric launched its SCEF series of combination connectors for Memory Stick and Memory Stick Duo storage media.
2003-11-14 All Link card connector comes with blade switch
The 241G double deck smart card connector from All Link Electronics Co. comes with a blade switch and an option for 6, 8 or 16 positions.
2012-11-15 Agilent's M9300A tooled for RF measurement
Agilent's M9300A targets applications that require a low phase noise, 100MHz local oscillator such as those in a variety of wireless and aerospace/defence test systems.
2005-08-22 Advancing the set-top box
Designers need to manage multiple specifications and integrate PVR, WLAN, cable modem, telephony and a host of other technologies in order to develop set-top boxes and residential gateways for worldwide markets.
2011-12-13 Advances in hi-fi digital audio streaming
Know the key elements of the architecture of digital audio streaming equipment, and the new board-level technology that developers should consider when evaluating technology for new product designs.
2008-06-11 Advanced image signal processor ready for high-end life
STMicroelectronics has come up with a high-performance, standalone image signal processor with dual-camera support that brings DSC-like performance to mobile imaging applications.
2004-06-11 ADI offers two PLL synthesizers for wireless apps
Analog Devices developed two PLL synthesizers for the upconversion and downconversion of RF signals in wireless apps.
2013-06-05 Address jitter, noise with DDR4 (Part 1)
DDR4 specification provides a way for designers to allocate the system timing and noise budget between the controller, memory interconnect and the DRAM that is difficult, if not impossible to accomplish with other high-speed interfaces.
2004-12-20 Adding Timing Redundancy to Comm Equipment Designs
In a typical telecommunication equipment design, all cards are synchronized to the same clock. Thus, a failure of this clock brings down the data traffic on all cards.
2003-05-16 Actel tools FPGAs for auto niche
Actel VP of Product Marketing Barry Marsh foresees that FPGAs would have a greater market on the automobile industry as manufacturers rely on programmable ICs for their telematic systems.
2007-07-01 Achieve proper audio-video synchronization in digital broadcast
One of the overarching goals of a digital broadcasting system is to deliver audio and video in proper synchronization to the viewer. The reason for this is each digital audio and video component in the chain, from production to reception, imposes some degree of latency on the signals passing through it. Each component harbors the potential to cause an audio-video synchronization error at its output.
2016-03-17 Achieve picosecond precision with FPGA techniques
When dealing with digital converters implemented on FPGA, you need to take important features into consideration to reach picosecond precision.
2006-09-13 Accelerometer features 3-by-3-by-1mm footprint
HDK America Inc. unveiled what it touts as the smallest piezoresistive three-axis accelerometer with a 3-by-3-by-1mm footprint.
2010-04-15 A/V decoders handle up to eight video streams
Conexant Systems has released a new family of multichannel A/V decoders targeted at video surveillance systems with digital video recording capabilities, video capture cards and motion sensors.
2011-10-21 A review of 10GBase-T technology
Here's a discussion on the basic operations of a 10GBase-T transceiver and the inherent advantages of 10GBase-T technology as compared to alternatives, such as optical fiber and coaxial copper.
2012-01-02 A primer on wireless sensor network
Here are the basic concepts of wireless sensor networks and protocols, the significant elements comprising a wireless sensor, and some of the important design considerations for using them.
2006-04-03 A better path to video-over-WLAN
Higher throughput, excess bandwidth, MIMO, channel bonding and advanced forward error correction are but some of the remedies for issues confronting video delivery over WLAN.
2009-10-12 32bit MCUs drive safety applications in cars
Freescale and STMicroelectronics announce a jointly-developed dual-core MCU family aimed at functional safety applications for car electronics.
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