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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.
2003-07-04 TAOS releases evaluation module for TCS230 device
The evaluation module from Texas Advanced Optoelectronic Solutions enables designers to quickly and easily evaluate the company's TCS230 programmable color light-to-frequency converter.
2004-01-16 Tackling test for next-gen WLAN RF ICs
The emerging generation of WLAN chips would accelerate the demand for more differentiated WLAN RFICs.
2012-05-24 Synchronous step-down switching regulator offers 96% efficiency
Synchronous rectification by Linear Technology's LT8610 synchronous step-down switching regulator enables the DC/DC converter to deliver 96 percent efficiency from a 2.5A, 42V input.
2011-05-17 Switching regulator offers 55V transient protection
Linear Technology has introduced a 500mA (IOUT), 36V step-down switching regulator with integrated LDO packaged in a 3mmx3mm QFN or MSOP-12E.
2007-10-29 Switching regulator handles cold-crank in cars
A switching regulator and a linear controller suitable for load dump and cold-crank conditions found in automotive applications has been launched by Linear Technology.
2016-04-21 Switching regulator flaunts 3V to 42V input voltage range
The LT8608 from Linear Tech flaunts a unique synchronous rectification topology that promises 93 per cent efficiency while switching at 2MHz to target automotive and industrial applications.
2003-09-09 Switching regulator features Burst Mode operation
Linear Technology has released the LT1976EFE, a high voltage step-down switching regulator with Burst Mode features.
2008-12-19 Switching regulator boasts 60V transient protection
Linear Technology Corp. has released the LT3682, a 1A, 36V input step-down switching regulator with input transient protection up to 60V.
2009-11-27 Switching regulator boasts 2.8?A quiescent current
Linear Technology Corp. debuts the LT3991, a 1.2A, 55V step-down switching regulator with an integrated boost diode.
2008-02-14 Step-down DC/DC leaves compact footprint
Linear Technology's LT1939 step-down switching regulator comes in a 3mm x 3mm DFN-12 package, providing a very compact, thermally efficient footprint.
2005-10-20 STATS ChipPAC wants to be 3D king
Nearly two years after the big merger, Singapore's STATS ChipPAC Ltd is treading slightly above stormy waters in the competitive chip packaging and test market.
2008-02-27 Startup unrolls low-power 10G optical module
Lightwire is sampling out an optical transceiver based on a novel CMOS design, claiming lower power and size than competing alternatives.
2011-02-22 ST-Ericsson NovaThor platforms eye smartphones, tablets
The NovaThor platforms combine application engines, modems and connectivity chips into integrated and tested chipsets that can be used in smartphones and tablets.
2008-06-27 Spansion readies DRAM alternative in datacenters
Spansion has rolled out a new class of memory that is intended to replace DRAMs and solve the energy consumption crisis in the datacenters.
2006-03-29 Spansion partners with Qualcomm, ARM to expand handset presence
Flash memory supplier Spansion has inked deals with Qualcomm and ARM that help expand its offerings for the wireless market and expands its logic-on-flash line-up.
2008-08-21 Software advances flash memories' capacity
Samsung has released software that helps in improving the ability of its proprietary embedded flash memories such as OneNAND, Flex-OneNAND and moviNAND in smart phones.
2005-07-18 SiP modules call for right blend of tech
The SiP solution offers a seemingly limitless combination of silicon, package and component technologies that simplify overall system design.
2003-05-08 Siliconix JFETs eliminate latch-up
Vishay Siliconix has released a new series of JFETs that eliminates latch-up in amp designs.
2007-07-19 Silicon tuner device is extra small
MaxLinear Inc.'s new silicon tuner IC, the MxL7001 is said to be the world's smallest silicon tuner produced to date for mobile TV applications such as digital TV on cellphones.
2013-04-24 Silicon Labs rolls out digital radio receivers for CEs
The monolithic Si468x receiver ICs bring FM, HD radio and DAB/DAB+ broadcast capabilities to devices such as mobile phones, tablets and personal navigation devices.
2007-07-30 Seoul Semi picks Silica as European distributor
Seoul Semiconductor and Silica, an Avnet company, have entered into an agreement whereby Avnet will distribute Seoul's products in Europe.
2014-06-18 Sensor fusion paves way for next-gen apps
Know the importance of sensor fusion in connected embedded systems and how the ARC EM4 32bit CPU-based sensor IP sub-system allows design of devices with the right performance/power consumption mix.
2014-05-14 Sensor chipsets mfg costs same across various vendors
ST, Bosch Sensortec and InvenSense are taking very different routes yet spending roughly the same amount to produce nine-axis inertial measurement units, according to System Plus Consulting.
2005-06-13 Semiconductor technologies for power management (Part 1)
Understand better why ICs and discrete transistors require very different methods of fabrication.
2007-10-17 Seamless-switching mobile TV chip tipped for Japan
To meet the needs of the rapidly growing Japanese mobile TV market, MediaPhy Corp. introduced the second member of its product family, the J-Solo.
2004-04-14 Sandisk, Toshiba tout 4GB NAND flash memory
SanDisk Corp. and Toshiba Corp. have doubled the capacity of their jointly developed NAND flash memory to 4Gb by applying multilevel cell technology on a 90nm process.
2009-10-19 SanDisk rolls 64Gbit 4X flash memory
SanDisk Corp. has begun production shipments of memory cards based on the company's X4 flash memory technology.
2009-04-22 Samsung UMPC packs broadband connectivity
The Samsung SPH-P9000 features a Windows XP-based PC melded into something closer to an overgrown smart phone format and packs WiBro connectivity,
2007-04-02 Samsung tips memory chips for content-heavy handsets, CE devices
Samsung's latest memory chip rollouts are aimed at digital CE devices and handsets featuring complex functions and loaded with content-heavy data.
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