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2011-04-13 TI-NSC merger: Winner, blunder or equalizer?
EE Times explains why high-tech acquisitions such as the TI-NSC deal are often less than successful, citing as reasons the acquired company's instability and employee and customer fears during negotiations.
2002-01-07 Taiwan's NSC wins three U.S. patents for lithium batteries
Taiwan's National Science Council (NSC) has received three U.S. patents for its polyurethane-based polymeric electrolyte, polymeric composite electrolyte and triple-polymer based composite electrolyte lithium batteries.
2003-03-24 NSC ships power management ICs for handheld apps
National Semiconductor Corp. has announced the release of a series of mixed-signal power and lighting management ICs for use in handheld devices.
2004-05-27 NSC rolls out new architecture, chipset for LCD TVs
National announced its new point-to-point differential signaling digital interface architecture and chipset for LCD TVs.
2004-06-02 NSC PWM controller meets IBA specs
NSC's LM5033 PWM controller can be used standalone in a push-pull bus converter or paired with one or two of the company's LM5100 drivers.
2003-05-09 NSC linear regulators drop out 160mV
National Semiconductor Corp.'s LP3881 dual-input LDO regulator kicks out as little as 75mV.
2003-11-14 NSC LDDs reduce DVD/CD recording times
National Semiconductor Corp. (NSC) has introduced laser diode drivers that will allow desktop and notebook disk drive manufacturers to slash DVD/CD write and rewrite times by 50 percent.
2003-12-02 NSC hot-swap controller saves board area
National Semiconductor Corp. (NSC) has unveiled a -48V hot swap controller that delivers board area savings and long-term system reliability for comms systems.
2003-03-12 NSC HF boost regulators offered in SOT23-5 packages
National Semiconductor Corp. (NSC) has released a pair of boost regulators that are capable of switching up to 1.6MHz.
2003-09-24 NSC GbE solution comes with GigPHYTER V device
National Semiconductor Corp. has introduced a highly-integrated quad GbE physical layer (PHY) transceiver for multi-port SOHO switches.
2003-09-10 NSC device contains n-channel power MOSFET
National Semiconductor Corp. has released what it claims to be the industry's smallest high-voltage buck bias switching regulator.
2003-02-03 NSC dc/dc chipset improves 48V to 1V conversion
National Semiconductor's LM5041/LM5101 controller/driver chipset is capable of achieving 48V to sub-1V dc/dc power conversion.
2003-11-24 NSC cellphone audio subsystem offers 3D sound
National Semiconductor Corp. has introduced a Boomer audio subsystem for cellphones that integrates amps, volume and mixing controls and 3D sound in a miniature micro SMD package.
2003-09-23 NSC baseboard controllers suit medium-, high-end servers
National Semiconductor Corp. has introduced two IPMI BMCs that provide complete remote management capability for medium- and high-end servers.
2003-10-02 NSC announces availability of 18-bit LVDS serdes
National Semiconductor Corp. (NSC) has released what it claims is the industry's first 18-bit LVDS serdes for comms systems.
2003-03-25 IMEC, NSC partner on process technology development
IMEC and National Semiconductor have entered a four-year contract to jointly develop an 0.18?m and follow-up generation of SiGe-based BiCMOS process technology.
2003-11-14 Artisan libraries adopted by NSC, ARM
Artisan Components Inc. has announced that its libraries will be used as a reference platform for National Semiconductor Corp.'s (NSC) PowerWise technology.
2003-10-09 ARM, NSC jointly launch interface spec
ARM Ltd and National Semiconductor Corp. (NSC) have released the PowerWise Interface technology.
2006-10-10 Switching controller targets space-constrained apps
National's LM1771 synchronous buck switching controller, housed in MSOP-8 and 6-pin LLP packages, promises low-voltage point-of-load regulation from standard 5V and 3.3V rails in space-constrained applications.
2004-05-03 Russo-German startup claims laser materials breakthrough
Researchers at the University of Michigan have produced 1.3?m edge-emitting semiconductor lasers that have demonstrated temperature stability over the range 0 to 80C.
2006-06-19 PPDS tech to drive column driver ICs for LCD TV
STMicroelectronics plans to introduce column driver ICs for the LCD TV market using National Semiconductor's PPDS display technology.
2011-04-14 NXP not for sale but would consider offers, says CEO
NXP's CEO has refuted earlier reports claiming it is in takeover talks with Intel, Broadcom and Qualcomm, saying the company is not for sale but would consider a high premium offer.
2003-02-12 National, ARM to increase handheld battery life
National Semiconductor Corp. and ARM Ltd have agreed to collaborate on developing a high-efficiency power management system which is expected to extend the handheld device battery four fold.
2002-02-14 National voltage regulators drive cell-phone white LEDs
National Semiconductor Corp. has introduced half a dozen voltage-regulator devices designed to power white LEDs used as backlights for color displays on new-generation cell phones and handheld PCs.
2002-07-22 National ships LVDS-compliant 4x4 crosspoint switch
National Semiconductor Corp. has introduced the DS90CP04, which the company claims to be the industry's first LVDS-compliant 4x4 crosspoint switch.
2004-01-30 National serial interface suits portable devices
National Semiconductor Corp. has released its Mobile Pixel Link (MPL) physical layer.
2006-11-17 National Semiconductor claims 'first' flexible PMU
National Semiconductor claimed it has developed the first flexible PMU with an integrated buck-boost converter to its family of digitally programmable, multiple-output power management devices.
2002-02-05 National Semiconductor bridge addresses 248 PHY ports
Supporting full bidirectional Utopia, the DS92UT16 Utopia-LVDS bridge features an extended cell support and built-in address translation, enabling the device to address as many as 248 PHY ports.
2002-02-01 National Semiconductor amplifiers exhibit low noise, draw low power
Based on the company's VP10 process, the LMH6622/LMH6639/LMH6644 amplifiers offer low noise, low power and high bandwidth for communications and other high-speed applications.
2002-02-07 National LVDS ICs targeted at telecom, datacom apps
The company announced the availability of Boundary SCAN-compliant LVDS chips designed for telecom and high-speed data communication applications.
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