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2009-02-09 Converter chip brings cleaner, accurate images
Analog Devices Inc. has developed a current-to-digital converter chip that enables high slice count computed tomography (CT) scanner systems to capture real-time moving images, such as a beating heart, with a high degree of accuracy and detail.
2004-07-01 Comms rides power lines via optical AFE
A new approach to the analog front end used in BPL applications is built on optical coupling technology.
2006-06-29 Color sensors suit photometric apps
Optek Technology has developed the OPB780 reflective color sensing assembly for use in photometric applications.
2005-04-14 Color sensor touts small size
Agilent claims to offer the industry's smallest CMOS color sensor that measures 5-by-5-by-1mm.
2008-09-15 CMOS image sensor combines wide range, high resolution
Texas Instruments Inc. announced the availability of a high sensitivity Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) CMOS image sensor for the video surveillance camera market.
2004-09-03 Chip-scale atomic clock targeted at mobile apps
Researchers at the NIST are claiming a tiny atomic clock they have demonstrated could form the basis of significantly more precise timekeeping than achievable now.
2004-09-08 Bookham adds overload protection to 10Gbps receiver
Bookham used the ECOC as the launching pad for its integrated 10Gbps optical receiver with overload protection that meets ITU and IEEE standards GR-253-CORE and G.959.1.
2004-11-17 Big Bear crafts Kodiak 40Gbps transponder
Big Bear integrated proprietary silicon for multiplexing, demultiplexing, clock recovery, limiting amps and transimpedance amps into a production-volume 40Gbps transponder.
2009-02-23 BiCMOS options lock in on optoelectronics
X-Fab discloses five new options for its 0.6?m BiCMOS technology platform, two of which deliver first-of-a-kind capabilities for the emerging and rapidly expanding optoelectronics market.
2008-07-02 Avago's family of digital optocouplers gets new members
Avago Technologies has expanded its family of high-speed dual-supply voltage digital CMOS optocouplers.
2006-08-18 Avago unrolls development kits for RGB color sensors
Avago Technologies has introduced three easy to use "plug and play" development kits that are designed to save time when evaluating the company's RGB color sensors.
2005-05-20 Atmel, Tower partner in CMOS image technology development
Atmel Corp. and Tower Semiconductor Ltd have agreed on a CMOS image sensor technology development partnership. The companies will design and develop process technology predominantly to be used in consumer products.
2008-02-11 APD voltage control resistor has temperature compensation
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the DS1841 temperature-compensated resistor optimized for APD voltage control.
2009-12-02 APD biasing IC includes 76V current source
The DS1842 current-monitoring IC integrates a 76V current source and dual current mirrors for monitoring APD current.
2013-09-04 AMS spends $33 million for analogue 3D IC production facility
AMS investment aims to increase production capacity in response to a surge in demand outlook for ICs fabricated with 3D IC integration technology.
2006-08-23 Ambient light sensor tunes LCD light to eye-friendly level
Capella Microsystems Inc. said its Filtron family of ambient light sensors detect the amount of ambient light in the environment and adjust the LCD brightness accordingly to virtually match the requirements of the human eye.
2003-05-15 Agilent photo sensor accurately detects ambient light
Agilent Tech's HSDL-9000 photo sensor detects the amount of light at any given time and sends a signal to adjust the backlighting in a mobile screen.
2002-12-05 Agilent optocouplers transmits at 50MBd
The HCPL-7723/0723 optocouplers are capable of transmitting data at a 50MBd rate and exhibit 2ns of pulse width distortion.
2003-05-19 Agilent offers hot-pluggable DWDM transceivers
Agilent Technologies has announced that it has begun shipping of what it claims to be the industry's first hot-pluggable DWDM transceivers.
2004-07-23 ADI op amps target communications apps
ADI announced that its latest family of operational amplifiers deliver the optimal combination of low noise and low power at the higher speeds.
2002-01-15 ADI laser diode drivers enable dual-loop capability for 3.3V apps
The ADN2847 and ADN2848 laser diode drivers extend dual-loop capability to 3.3V applications.
2003-06-19 ADI digital isolators reduce per-channel costs
Analog Devices Inc. has announced the addition of multi-channel digital isolators to its iCoupler family of high-voltage digital isolators.
2002-03-21 Acterna DWDM tester stores up to 1,000 test results
Designed to test 40Gbps networks and ultra-long haul links, the OLP-30C optical power meter measures from -55dBm to 30dBm, and stores up to 1,000 test results taken from DWDM networks.
2012-06-04 A look at environmentally-aware lighting
The coming wave of cognitive lighting will demand independent smart sensors that are environmentally aware to provide data on the surrounding environment and save energy.
2005-03-16 A link forged in copper
Two design teams that helped define high-bit-rate DSL standards a decade ago are facing off in yet another realm where copper carries data.
2006-08-22 50MHz CMOS op amp offers low noise, high precision
With a gain bandwidth of 50MHz and input characteristics that challenge precision bipolar amplifiers, Linear Tech said its LTC6244 dual op amp offers breakthrough performance.
2015-11-16 13MP quantum-dot image sensor claims to outdo silicon
InVisage Technologies developed the innovative device that uses quantum-dot material rather than silicon to capture light, and boasts potential that could make CMOS image sensors obsolete.
2007-05-31 10GbE optical transceiver supports 220m link lengths
Avago Technologies launches a new family of 10GbE LRM transceivers incorporating electronic dispersion compensation and supports link lengths of at least 200m.
2008-10-13 'Smart lighting' efforts ease congestion in RF bands
A 'smart lighting' initiative being funded by the government seeks to piggyback wireless communications capabilities into future LED lighting installations to offer more broadband access points.
2008-10-09 'Green' energy emerging from two lighting systems
Despite the attention drawn on other sources of energy to increase available power, some measures are targeted to the conservation of energy. Along with "making more," the energy challenge is also aimed at "using less."
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