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2008-04-10 Switches aim at high-speed networking, ATE apps
ON Semiconductor has expanded its clock and data management portfolio with the introduction of three new devices for high-speed networking and ATE applications.
2008-01-11 SVGA OLED microdisplay has small pixel pitch
At CES 2008, eMagin is demonstrating its SVGA 3DS OLED-XL microdisplay, which is touted to have the industry's smallest pixel pitch for mobile virtual imaging products.
2003-03-11 STMicro voltage regulator fits analog, digital STBs
The company's LNBP21 voltage regulator features a step-up dc/dc converter that allows it to operate from 8V to 15V supply.
2004-07-05 STMicro RTCs suit camcorders, electronic door locks
STMicro announced three new Serial Real-Time Clocks for use in a broad range of apps from camcorders to electronic door locks.
2002-12-10 STMicro expands serial RTC IC family
STMicroelectronics has expanded its family of serial RTC ICs with the addition of two new devices that are designed for use in white goods, handheld equipment, POS terminals, A/V equipment, and other consumer items.
2007-05-25 Step-down regulators' input voltage ranges from 3.4-40V
Linear Technology Corp. announces the LT3502/A, a 500mA Iout, 40V step-down switching regulator packaged in a 2-by-2mm DFN and featuring a 3.4-40V input voltage range.
2008-04-22 Step-down converter steps up to power requirements
From Advanced Analogic Technologies Inc. comes the AAT1153, a 1.2MHz constant frequency, current mode step-down converter that is capable of delivering up to 2A of output currents
2008-04-11 Step-down controller supports wide I/O voltage ratios
Maxim's MAX17024 step-down controller uses the company's constant-on-time, Quick-PWM architecture to support wide I/O voltage ratios and provide top transient response, while maintaining a relatively constant switching frequency.
2007-07-05 ST fields capacitive sensor to simplify user interfaces
Making room for itself in the already maturing capacitive sensing market, STMicroelectronics launched the QST108, its first device under its QST portfolio of touch sensors.
2002-02-04 ST controller aimed at mobile battery chargers
The TSM105 controller IC from STMicroelectronics combines a voltage reference, two op amps with OR'ed outputs and common collectors, and a current sensing circuit for use in battery chargers and power adapters.
2012-05-25 SSC touts high accuracy amplification, precision ADC
ZMD AG's ZSSC3026 16-bit sensor signal conditioner IC calibrates resistive sensor modules in battery-driven low-power medical and industrial applications.
2006-06-20 Solution converts analog power supply to digital
Maxim's MAX8688 is touted to be the first chip to convert an all-analog power supply to a fully programmable, digital power-management solution.
2011-03-24 Solid-state lighting poised to take off
While experts believe LEDs will remain the dominant SSL technology until 2020, they insist the rate of SSL adoption will still depend on how soon the cost of ownership can be reduced.
2007-07-09 Small two-phase DC/DC controllers feature 95% efficiency
Linear Technology's LTC3850 is a 95 percent efficient, dual-output synchronous step-down switching regulator controller that drives all N-channel power MOSFET stages with coincident or ratiometric tracking.
2002-05-10 Siliconix power supply controller prolongs battery life
The Si9138 power supply controller from Vishay Siliconix works in the current mode to provide tightly-regulated 3.3V and 5V dc/dc converter outputs with individual on/off control to help prolong battery life.
2011-03-02 Signal conditioner ups capacitive sensor accuracy
ZMD AG's ZSSC3122 cLite device delivers 14-bit resolution and 0.25 percent full-scale-output accuracy, making it suitable for low-power battery applications in industrial and rugged environments.
2011-11-01 Signal chain basics: Analyzing RL drive in ECG front end with SPICE
Learn about the analog front end for this ubiquitous, vital medical instrument.
2014-04-23 Shuntless BMS measures current to 1% accuracy
The current-sensing design from ams achieves linear current measurement up to 100A by monitoring voltage drop across a PCB's copper track. It eliminates the requirement for the precision shunt resistor, yielding BoM cost savings.
2004-09-03 SG new PWM IC suits motor driving apps
System General announced a new addition to its Green Mode PWM IC seriesthe SG6846.
2007-11-28 Sensor signal conditioner has 14bit ADC
ZMD's ZMD31014 sensor signal conditioner features a 14bit low-noise ADC, four times more precise than the 12bit units found in most devices in this class.
2013-03-14 Sensor makers need scalable product lines to compete globally
Honeywell's James McKenna talks about several technology trends in the medical device market and how those affect sensor manufacturers.
2012-12-18 Semtech unveils HB LED driver platform
The SC5014 and SC5014A use a tiny, 2.2æH, 1mm height inductor that the company said enables the design of ultra-thin displays while extending battery life.
2011-12-05 Selecting sensors: Specsmanship vs. reality
Compared with individual parameter specification, the total error band envelope provides results that are more representative of how a sensor will perform in actual use.
2013-01-29 Save power in LCD TVs with LED driving techniques
New design techniques in LED driver circuits promise to deliver significant energy savings that will go a long way to helping TV manufacturers meet the tough requirements for power consumption.
2005-05-12 RTC offers high-precision, consumes low-power
Intersil introduced the ISL1208 Real Time Clock that combines high-precision and low-power consumption for applications that require very accurate clock and calendar functions
2009-10-28 RTC boasts low current drain, wide operating range
Micro Crystal has launched a SMD package real time clock (RTC) that typically draws just 130nA @ 3V.
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.
2006-03-07 RF MESFET bias controllers with 'unmatched level of integration'
Maxim introduced the MAX11014 and MAX11015 ICs that set and control bias conditions for dual MESFET power devices found in point-to-point communication and other microwave base stations.
2014-06-19 RF design staple finds use in quantum computing
With the ability to create any waveform imaginable for a wide range of applications, arbitrary waveform generators are being used to work out the manipulation of qubits to develop quantum computers.
2007-02-15 Renesas, Matsushita advance on-chip SRAM process at 45nm
Renesas Technology and Matsushita Electric Industrial have developed a technique for stabilizing the operation of on-chip SRAM manufactured at 45nm bulk CMOS.
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