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2002-04-02 TI logarithmic amplifier provides 20-bit dynamic range
The LOG102 logarithmic amplifier measures the log ratio of input currents from 1nA to 1mA with 0.5 percent accuracy and produces an output voltage of change of 1V for each decade change of input current.
2015-11-20 Test active optical cables during design, production
Testing and analysis done at critical junctures during the design process can further reduce costs by optimising the design for high yield given specified manufacturing tolerances.
2003-02-10 TAOS RGB color sensor has digital-compatible interface
Texas Advanced Optoelectronic Solutions has announced the availability of what it claims to be the industry's first RGB color sensor.
2003-10-07 TAOS opto-sensors to come in surface-mount packages
Texas Advanced Optoelectronic Solutions Inc. (TAOS) has announced plans to offer all of the company's optoelectronic sensor solution product families in surface mount packages.
2016-04-28 Tackling IoT and Industry 4.0 sensor backplane needs
Read about the configurable analogue architecture that supports the bimodality requirements of the sensor backplane for both IoT and Industry 4.0 applications.
2009-04-03 Step-up converter delivers low-noise output
Maxim Integrated Products has launched the MAX15031, a constant-frequency, PWM step-up converter designed for low-voltage systems that require a locally-generated high voltage.
2004-01-19 Sony laser diodes provide 4W, 6W power
The SLD34x-YT range of high brightness laser diodes from Sony provide either 4W (SLD343-YT) from a 200?m emitter or 6W (SLD344-YT) from a 400?m emitter.
2004-05-06 SiRES chip integrates VCSEL driver, LVDS interface
Targeted at VSR apps, the single-chip integrated optical transmitter (Tx) and receiver (Rx) from SiRES Labs functions at 3.125Gbps per channel.
2003-01-31 SFF transceiver exhibits -38dBm sensitivity
Shenzhen Hi-Optel Technology's SFF LC transceiver operates at wavelengths up to 1,550nm and exhibits a receiver sensitivity of -38dBm.
2003-06-12 Sensors Unlimited to develop camera for U.S.A.F.
Sensors Unlimited Inc. has received a U.S. Air Force contract for the first phase of a 33-month program.
2005-08-02 Sensor operates from 1 to 10,000 lux
Intersil unveiled an optical sensor that converts light to current. The new EL7900 sensor operates in a wide range of lighting conditions from 1 lux to 10,000 lux.
2002-09-16 Sensor converts ambient light into digital signals
An ambient-light sensor from Texas Advanced Optoelectronic Solutions Inc. converts light intensity to a digital-signal output capable of direct SMBus interface.
2003-09-24 SEI starts volume shipment of optical transceivers
Sumitomo Electric Industries (SEI) Ltd is now shipping in production volumes its SFP optical transceivers that are suitable for use in CWDM apps.
2002-07-31 Schott Optovance offers 2D VSCEL interconnects
Schott Optovance Inc. has introduced a 2D VCSEL transceiver interconnect to address the emerging market of 2D parallel optical transceivers.
2002-04-23 Sanyo blue-violet laser diode has low-noise beam structure
Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd has developed a blue-violet laser diode that features a low-noise beam structure and is suitable for use as a light source in next-generation DVD systems.
2003-03-05 Sanwa lux meter measures to 10,000lx
The LX3132 lux meter from Sanwa Electric Instrument is capable of measuring up to 10,000lx and features a shockproof meter.
2002-09-11 Santel chipset achieves optical compensation
Santel Networks Inc. is pushing the chip level integration of optical compensation a notch higher.
2006-06-30 RGB color sensor suits automotive apps
Avago unveils the industry's first RGB color sensor that meets the specifications of AEC-Q100 Stress Test Qualification for Integrated Circuits.
2005-01-10 Reflective sensor detects objects up to 40mm away
A new reflective optical sensor capable of detecting objects at operating distances of up to 40mm was announced by Vishay.
2008-04-14 Precision amp claims 'lowest' input bias current
National has introduced the LMP7721, a precision amplifier that's said to have the industry's lowest guaranteed input bias current (20fA) at room temperature and over the extended temperature range of -40C to 125C.
2007-12-14 Post amps tout LOS or SD for copper, fiber modules
Four low power post amplifiers featuring loss-of-signal (LOS) or signal detect (SD) circuits which are optimized to detect a wide input signal range have been added by Micrel Inc. to its family of post amplifiers.
2006-09-19 PMC-Sierra unrolls PHY devices for GPON, EPON FTTH
PMC-Sierra has announced the availability of four new analog front end devices for GPON and EPON FTTH equipment.
2005-11-09 Photonic's new laser diode module with 70mW output power
Photonic Products rolled out a new 660nm laser diode module with a very high, very stable output power of 70mW.
2008-08-08 Photo-IC ambient light sensor brightens CE, PCs
Toshiba America Electronic Components Inc. introduces the TPS859, an ultracompact device to its family of photo-IC ambient light sensors.
2006-02-21 Photo sensor fits slimmer mobile phones
Avago Technologies has introduced a lower height and shorter version of its analog-output ambient light photo sensor for mobile, consumer, commercial and industrial products.
2010-02-26 Optoisolator achieves up to 2Mbd data transfer
TT electronics Optek Technology has developed an optical isolator that delivers AC and DC voltage isolation up to 16KV while achieving digital data transmission rates of 2Mbd.
2004-12-23 Optocouplers with reinforced-insulation construction
Vishay rolled out a new series of 10MBd optocouplers in an SOIC-8 packaged rated for operating temperatures up to 100C.
2013-01-15 Optocouplers for safe, reliable electrical systems
There are several technologies that can provide electrical isolation, but optocouplers deliver safety and protection unparalleled by any other isolation technology.
2002-06-01 Optical-to-electrical conversion for long-haul networks
Find out important issues engineers should understand regarding optical-to-electrical conversions in networking systems used for wide-area connectivity apps.
2007-05-16 Optical transceiver moves data at speed of light
IBM scientists have announced a prototype optical-transceiver chipset that transfers data at a rate eight times faster than currently available components.
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