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2007-03-05 RS-485 transceivers offer 25kV ESD protection
Enhanced ESD protection allows the interface pins of Linear Tech's new RS-485 transceivers to withstand up to 25kV without latchup or damage, making them suitable for rugged industrial and automotive applications.
2011-04-08 RFID chip boasts I2C interface, large memory
NXP Semiconductors releases the UCODE I2C chip that has an integrated I2C interface and 3,328bit user memory.
2007-11-23 RF transceiver supports next-generation LTE
Infineon Technologies' SMARTi LTE, a highly integrated LTE RF transceiver, is claimed by the company to be the first that supports LTE functionality in a single CMOS-process.
2005-08-22 RF modules enable wireless DAQ
SRI PMD's Wireless Link line of products provide realtime connectivity between sensors or transducers and instrumentation that can be separated by distances of about 500 feet.
2009-01-26 PXI digitizers offer high-impedance mezzanine
Agilent Technologies Inc. has expanded its Acqiris high-speed digitizer product line with extended functionality on its PXI digitizers.
2007-11-02 Products vie for role in HDMI arena
Last year's adoption of HDMI 1.3 has advanced the adoption rate of sources that provide 1,080p resolution such as Blu-ray and HD DVDand as HDMI's popularity grows, so does its list of supporters.
2004-06-07 Philips launches front-end module for analog, digital TV
Philips launched a new front-end module for reception of analog and digital TV.
2002-05-29 Philips car radio IC combines power amp, voltage regulator
Royal Philips Electronics has introduced the TDA8587J automobile radio IC that combines a power amplifier and multivoltage regulator with a power switch, thereby saving space and increasing the functionality of a radio unit.
2013-01-22 Phase-change material opens new path for data storage
A research team from A*STAR Data Storage Institute has found that materials made of iron and tellurium can change their property known as optical reflectivity depending on their crystalline state.
2007-09-03 Perpendicular recording gets new lease on life
Thanks mainly advances in media research, drive makers can put off until 2015 a difficult and expensive transition to a new recording technology from perpendicular recording.
2010-10-14 Oscilloscopes offer digital storage
The DSO5102B 100MHz and and the DSO5202B 200MHz oscilloscopes offer two channel digital storage oscilloscope with a 1GSps sample rate.
2011-06-17 Newsight exec targets glasses-free 3D tech
Newsight is set to release a $25 add-on to create a glasses-free stereo 3D iPad and has also signed an agreement with Chimei Innolux to make a 65-in TV display.
2005-02-04 New digitizers offer 8GS/s sampling rate
Acqiris announced that its three new digitizer products feature a high-speed performance that is unmatched in the industry.
2009-11-05 Network analyzer suits high-speed digital comm apps
The Agilent Technologies is offering the E5061B network analyzer that handles frequency range as low as 5Hz up to the RF range of 3GHz.
2005-04-19 NEC TFT LCDs eye medical apps
NEC LCD Technologies announced sample shipments of two kinds of its new 21.3-inch (54cm diagonal), UXGA, amorphous silicon TFT LCDs that are particularly suited for use in the medical field.
2002-12-26 Nanoimprint lithography ready to make its mark
A potentially low-cost form of lithography affectionately known as
2006-09-14 MPEG-4 AVC encoders easily switch between HD and SD
Modulus Video announced it is shipping its ME2000 family of MPEG-4 AVC video encoders, said to be the first compact encoding platform that can easily switch between high definition (HD) and standard definition (SD) video.
2008-02-13 Micronas unveils 8bit MCU line for LIN bus apps
Micronas has unveiled its easyLIN product line of 8bit MCUs for LIN bus applications in cars and trucks.
2008-04-21 Memory tech puts 300M tunes in MP3 players
Researchers at the University of Glasgow have devised a molecular scale switch that they claim could dramatically improve the data storage capability of devices without increasing their size.
2002-11-11 Maxim RS-232 transceivers protected up to 15kV ESD
The MAX3322E/MAX3323E RS-232 transceivers feature enhanced ESD protection on the RS-232 I/O pins, allowing them to withstand up to 15kV.
2006-11-14 Low-cost USB scope handles 128M samples
Pico Technology has unveiled the PicoScope 5204, a dual-channel PC oscilloscope with a 250MHz bandwidth, a memory depth of 128 million samples and a real-time sampling rate of 1GSps.
2011-04-26 LNAs offer high linearity
Avago Technologies introduced four low-noise amplifiers featuring high linearity to improve an application's ability to distinguish between desired signals and spurious signals.
2011-05-19 Laser system allows high-resolution image generation
Mobius Photonics unveils 'Rainbow', a novel prototype laser source for super-resolution microscopy applications.
2015-10-29 Keysight unveils 50GHz PXIe vector signal analyser
The M9393A supports Ka-band frequencies and beyond, and delivers mm-wave technology for manufacturing and design validation of modems, military satellite communications, etc.
2006-07-28 IP coprocessor eases Wi-Fi encryption on M2M apps
Connect One has released a secure IP coprocessor that promises easy addition of encrypted Wi-Fi connectivity to price-sensitive machine-to-machine applications.
2003-01-24 Intel tips plans for reconfigurable radio architecture
Intel Corp. has provided the first details of its reconfigurable radio architecture at the Software-Defined Radio Forum.
2007-09-11 Industrial displays tout advanced optics, more size options
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas (SMA) has expanded its industrial LCD display suite with four new products, each offering a unique set of advanced optics and enhanced features for industrial applications.
2015-07-08 Implementing JTAG boundary scan
Boundary scan, based on the IEEE 1149.x set of standards, is the structural testing of PCBs and their installed components. Here are case studies on the implementation of this test.
2010-11-19 IMEC, FP6 create leading-edge neural probe
IMEC, with its partners within the European FP6 Program NeuroProbes, has created a new neural probe allowing electrical and chemical recording as well as stimulation of single neurons in the brain.
2005-06-14 HP uses coding theory to make nano chips
Hewlett-Packard Co. claims to have developed a new way to design future nano-electronic circuits using coding theory, an approach currently being used in certain math, cryptography and telecommunications applications.
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