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2010-02-08 Over-moulded connectors tailored for lab equipment
Binder is offering an over-moulded version of its well-proven 720 series of snap-in, low cost, waterproof circular connectors, supplied as standard with a single ended-moulded-on cable.
2006-09-19 Oki unrolls Zigbee development kit
Oki Semiconductor is offering a low-cost, full-featured development kit for its IEEE802.15.4-based ML7065 2.4GHz Zigbee compatible radio
2008-05-23 NI debuts ELVIS II prototyping platform
National Instruments has rolled out NI ELVIS II, the latest version of the design and prototyping platform that educators worldwide have adopted for hands-on, project-based learning
2006-01-30 Networking solution for industrial automation apps
RTI has developed a modified version of their network data distribution services real-time publish-subscribe communication middleware that can be used in low-cost, memory-constrained apps.
2006-04-07 Networked industrial MPU targets small-footprint SoCs
AMCC's new networked industrial MPU delivers speeds ranging from 100MHz to 400MHz to provide high-performance, low-power solutions for small-footprint SoC designs
2015-04-30 Nanotron unveils location-aware radio modules, swarm API
Offering significant extensions, the swarm API version 2.1 from Nanotron supports the ability to extract precise individual positions from a completely mobile swarm of radio devices in real-time
2009-03-10 Multicore drives customizable hearing aid
TPL is in the final design stages of a hearing aid that it says could be sold over the counter for as little as $100. The low-cost but powerful device is based on the company's homegrown multicore processor and audio algorithms
2007-09-27 Moto Fone packs a punch of simple, elegant features
Quietly launched in rural India initially, the F3 Fone is aimed mostly at first-time cell users in markets offering low-cost prepaid or monthly service
2005-03-07 Mentor Graphics support Xilinx Spartan-3E FPGA
Mentor Graphics Corp. and Xilinx announced the tight integration of Mentor Graphics Precision synthesis tool into the latest version of the Integrated Software Environment (ISE 7.1i) from Xilinx
2004-04-14 M/A-COM lead-free SPDT GaAs switch targets WLAN apps
M/A-COM has announced a new lead-free low-loss SPDT GaAs switch
2006-08-14 Linear regulators with wider temp range
Linear Technology Corp. has announced a wider temperature range version of its LT1763 and LT1764A high-current, low-noise linear regulators
2007-02-20 LDO features 80V input, 140C operating temp
Linear Tech's LT3010 features an input range of 3-80V and its H-grade version enables operation up to 140C
2006-08-15 Lattice develops FPGA-based SPI-4.2 device
Lattice Semiconductor Corp. has developed what it claims is the industry's only full rate SPI-4.2 product based on a low-cost FPGA fabric
2005-08-08 Kepco expands JBW series
Kepco disclosed that they have added a 50W version to their JBW series of small, single-output, and low-cost power supplies.
2012-09-27 iPhone teardown shows mostly the same suppliers, different components
The IHS teardown reveals that the 16GB model carries a BOM of $199, with the cost rising to $207, when manufacturing expenses are added in, while the 32GB has a BOM of $209
2003-12-05 Inphi logic ICs come in QFN plastic packages
Inphi Corp. has released a low-cost QFN plastic package version of its 13GHz high-speed digital logic devices with a 3mm? small form factor package.
2014-04-11 Ingenic banks on MIPS-based wearables
Ingenic ventures its entire fortune on manufacturing its own MIPS-based SoCs, with a 1GHz CPU in the 65nm process for the IoT, and another low-power, voice-recognition enabled SoC for smartwatches
2013-06-03 Improve power consumption in card detection system
Here's a solution for achieving the ultra-low power card detection operations
2004-03-22 IBM develops cheap method for making semiconductors
A team of researchers at IBM's T.J. Watson Research Center has developed a simple and low-cost process of making extraordinarily thin-films of semiconductor materials that allows electrical charges to move about 10 times more
2004-08-09 High power inductors stay cool in high frequency apps
J.W. Miller's new low loss series of high power toroid inductors is the company's first standard product offering to incorporate Magnetic's Kool M? ferrous alloy powder core
2014-10-30 High dynamic range apps: SAR vs sigma-delta ADCs
SAR and sigma-delta ADCs each have their own pros and cons. Here's a look at the trade-offs the data-acquisition system designer must make based on performance, speed, space, power and cost requirements
2007-07-23 Half-bridge driver IC fits car comfort systems
Atmel Corp. has introduced the low-cost ATA6836 hex half-bridge driver IC with a high-voltage capability of up to 40V, making the device suitable for passenger car and 24V truck applications
2013-04-19 Grasping power factor and solid state lighting
In order to effectively design an LED-based luminaire, designers need to understand power factor, the impact of LED drivers on it, and the different techniques for cost-effectively integrating power factor correction in the LED driver design
2012-07-10 Gigabit serial links paves way for multi-core scalability
Built on top of the serdes for data-intensive apps, gigabit serial interfaces minimize system cost and pin count while improving parallelism, performance and capacity
2007-05-31 FPGA kits streamline DDR2 SDRAM devt
Xilinx Inc. rolls its low cost Spartan-3A FPGA development kit for DDR2 SDRAM interfaces, the Virtex-5 FPGA development platform (ML-561) for multiple high-performance memory interfaces (I/Fs) and the memory interface generator (MIG) software version 1.7.
2009-09-17 ESP sensor packs digital SPI
Bosch Automotive Electronics has unveiled what it claims to be the first micromechanical inertial measurement unit for vehicle dynamics control in low-cost SOIC16w housing
2010-12-23 EASA certifies avionics system tipping Altera processor
Altera Corp. reports the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has certified a safety-critical avionics system that includes a DO-254/ED-80-certifiable version of Altera's Nios II embedded processor
2007-06-14 DVDs, STBs all set to embrace HDMI
It is expected that more than half of SD DVDs and STBs shipped worldwide will support HDMI and next-generation DVD formats will tout the HDMI 1.3 version port
2009-04-13 Dual DC/DC converter guaranteed at 150C
Linear Technology has developed the H-grade version of the LT3509, a dual channel, current mode PWM step-down DC/DC converter with two internal 36V, 1A power switches in an MSOP-16E package
2009-11-11 DSPs improve non-destructive test equipment
Dapco is set to deliver the first commercial version of its C6472 TI DSP-based ultrasonic testing instrumentation
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