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2005-08-25 Sipex rolls out new 2A memory termination regulator
Sipex launched a 2A memory termination regulator that is designed to drive applications that use DDR Memory, such as mother boards, graphic cards, supply splitters and memory modules.
2002-02-07 Linear Technology regulator operates at 90 percent efficiency
The LTC3831 regulator is claimed to sink or source up to 15A of load current and operate at 90 percent efficiency
2005-04-21 Linear Tech addresses DDR/QDR memory termination apps
The LTC3776, a 2-phase, dual output synchronous step-down switching regulator controller for DDR/QDR memory termination applications, was recently announced by Linear Tech.
2008-08-08 DDR regulator fits low-power memory termination
TI has launched a sink/source DDR termination regulator that is suited for all power management requirements for DDR, DDR2, DDR3 and DDR4 low-power memory termination.
2011-08-11 Switching regulator offers 3A VDDQ supply
Linear Technology's LTC3618 is a step-down switching regulator capable of generating the supply voltage and bus termination voltage for DDR/DDR2/DDR3 and future standard memory apps.
2011-07-12 Switching regulator boasts 6A output
The synchronous step-down switching regulator from Linear Technology can generate a bus termination voltage for DDR/DDR2/DDR3 and future standard memory apps requiring sourcing and sinking of current.
2004-07-23 Semtech controller meets DDR2 memory requirements
Semtech's SC1486A is a dual synchronous controller for systems designers specifying DDR2 memory
2002-12-10 Linear Tech regulator sinks, sources up to 3A
The LTC3413 step-down switching regulator can source or sink up to 3A of output current and is capable of generating a bus termination voltage for DDR/DDR2 memory applications.
2004-02-18 Intersil regulator IC reduces space, BoM cost
The power regulator ICs from Intersil are designed to provide reduced BoMs, manufacturing costs, board space and routing problems
2002-10-29 Fairchild LDO regulator sinks, sources up to 3.1A
Fairchild's FAN1655 LDO regulator is able to sink and source up to 3.1A peak current
2003-08-06 CMD termination regulators have enhanced packaging
California Micro Devices has expanded its linear regulator offerings for DDR SDRAM memory bus termination with thermally enhanced packaging options.
2003-12-03 Arques regulator meets DDR-SDRAM specifications
Arques Tech has released the AQ9105 dual linear regulator designed to meet the voltage specifications for DDR-SDRAM as defined in JEDEC JESD79C standards
2002-12-09 Philips termination regulators deliver 3.5A at 1.25V
The company has released the NE57810 and NE57811 DDR termination regulators that are capable of providing 3.5A of peak current at 1.25V
2008-07-18 Step-down controller rolls for notebook memories
Maxim Integrated Products has launched the MAX17000 Quick-PWM step-down controller for DDR, DDR2 and DDR3 memory in notebook computers
2010-04-13 Power controller handles DDR memories
Exar Corp. has extended its line of low-voltage, step-down controllers specifically targeted at DDR memory power architectures
2002-10-01 Philips regulators save 60 percent board space
Royal Philips Electronics' new regulator device is designed to reduce the overall cost of DDR termination by 50 percent
2005-04-13 ON Semi controller extends battery life for notebook apps
ON Semiconductor announced the expansion of its power computing portfolio with the introduction of the NCP5214.
2007-03-01 Fine tune POL regulation in DTVs
Here is a tutorial focusing on the different power needs of the new batch of DTVs being developed.
2003-05-11 LP2996 Evaluation Board
This application note discusses a functional prototype system in which to evaluate the LP2996 in both a static environment and with a complete memory system
2005-07-11 Ericsson extends POLA offering
Ericsson Power Modules expanded its interoperable Point Of Load Alliance (POLA) series of point of load (POL) regulators with 17 additional products intended for use in distributed power architectures. Offering secure sourcing and commonality of product specifications for ease of purchasing, the three POL platforms embrace current ratings from 6A to 60A, with most products available with 3.3V, 5V and 12V input capability.
2005-11-21 Synchronous step-down controller with 95 percent efficiency
Intersil's new synchronous step-down controller integrates a synchronous buck PWM controller, a sourcing and sinking LDO regulator and a 10mA reference output buffer
2004-12-21 Maxim dc-dc converter suits notebook, sub-notebook PCs
Maxim's new source/sink step-down dc-dc converter is designed for use in low-voltage active-termination power rails or chipset power supplies
2004-07-23 Semtech controller IC suits notebooks, tablet PCs
Semtech developed a dual synchronous DDR and DDR2 buck power supply controller, targeting notebooks, tablet PCs and embedded apps.
2009-12-18 Flash MCU ups impedance matching at low power
Atmel Corp. has launched the SAM3S series of 18 general-purpose Cortex-M3 based flash microcontrollers that improve impedance matching, simplify PCB design and save 50 percent power.
2007-04-02 32bit flash MCUs tout lowest power
Atmel announced what it claims as the industry's lowest power family of 32bit flash MCUs based on its AVR32 UC3 core.
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