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2006-12-19 Linear unrolls undervoltage, overvoltage monitor
Linear Technology Corp. has developed the LTC2912, a single undervoltage (UV) and overvoltage (OV) monitor for space-conscious applications.
2004-06-21 Linear Tech IC has 1.5 percent threshold accuracy
Linear Tech introduced a new six supply monitor for densely packed systems with large numbers of supplies.
2004-04-05 Linear monitor IC features pin-selectable thresholds
Linear Technology has introduced the LTC2904/LTC2905 and the LTC2906/LTC2907, space-saving dual supply monitors.
2005-03-04 LeCroy's scopes get unique mixed-signal outboard pods
LeCroy is dishing up a technically innovative product with the release of its MS-32 Mixed Signal Option, code named The Scorpion.
2005-07-20 LeCroy scopes get faster, better
Equipped with deep memory, LeCroy's newest spin of its LCD touchscreen WavePro 7000 series of digital scopes provide measurement capability usually associated with high-end scopes, especially so in the 1GHz to 3GHz range.
2011-02-14 LeCroy oscilloscope tips 4GHz bandwidth
LeCroy Corp.'s WaveRunner 6 Zi oscilloscopes provide offset and timebase delay adjustment to allow signal and amplifier performance assessment and zooming on vertical and horizontal signal characteristics.
2005-02-10 LeCroy makes oscilloscopes more efficient
LeCroy introduced a Mixed Signal Option that adds full 32 digital channel support to most 4-channel WaveSurfer 400 and WaveRunner 6000A series of oscilloscopes.
2004-06-17 LDI laser-driver allows narrow pulse widths at faster rise times
LDI developed a Pulsed Laser Diode-Driver Hybrid that allows narrow pulse widths at faster rise times.
2006-09-20 KKR group bows out of Freescale bidding
A consortium of private equity firms led by Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. said that it is no longer in discussions to acquire Freescale Semiconductor Inc., according to a Reuters report.
2014-03-07 Japan holds tech, sales lead in electromobility
The Electromobility Index explores the different aspects of competition in electromobility, including technology, industrialisation, market size and acceptancerevealing Japan's advantage.
2005-06-23 Jack Kilby, co-inventor of the IC, dies at 81
Jack St. Clair Kilby, retired TI engineer and acknowledged as the first inventor of the integrated circuit, passed away in Dallas Monday (June 20) after a brief battle with cancer. He was 81.
2005-02-16 IRIG-B clock time-stamps digital delay generator data
Interface Technology is now announcing immediate availability of its IRIG-B Real Time Clock option for the DDG200 and DDG400.
2005-02-14 iPAQ-hosted handheld works as RF spectrum analyzer
BVS' latest BumbleBee product continues the nomadic RF test trend, once again leveraging the power of a PDA, this time running the Pocket PC 2003 OS.
2015-02-05 IoT uptake gets green light for Asia-Pacific city governments
According to IDC Government Insights, Asia-Pacific city governments will kick-start pervasive adoption of IoT technologies in 15-20 per cent of smart city initiatives.
2004-05-21 Intersil 4-phase controller touts benchmark performance
Intersil says its Endura ISL6564 is the most advanced four-phase synchronous-buck PWM controller available.
2007-10-01 Interface tester embraces Mobile WiMAX, LTE specs
Elektrobit has commenced the selling of a base station interface tester that supports both mobile WiMAX and 3GPP LTE specifications.
2016-04-21 Intel's post-PC plan to take a short-term hit
The semiconductor giant marks the beginning of the end for the PC era, and shifts its investments in microchips that power data centers and Internet connected devices.
2005-10-03 Instrumentation bus eyes Express lane
The PXI Systems Alliance has detailed a standard for a hardware based on PCI extensions for instrumentation.
2008-02-29 Instrument generates pulse, digital delay
Berkeley Nucleonics' Model 575 combines the characteristics of a pulse generator with a digital delay generator in a single instrument.
2014-12-12 Innovative LED system optimises algae growth
Researchers from the Technische Universitat Munchen, together with FUTURELED, developed a technique for simulating all kinds of light situations that could help eliminate the problem of starvation.
2007-11-16 Increase signal visibility in FPGA-based prototypes
Visibility-enhanced debug flow approaches automate the process of extracting and analyzing data to provide full observability.
2014-10-21 In-circuit test automation: Replacing the human touch
Which is better when it comes to automating in-circuit test: a robotic pick and place arm, or an inline system? This article tackles the pros and cons of these two popular deployment options.
2013-06-03 Improve power consumption in card detection system
Here's a solution for achieving the ultra-low power card detection operations.
2016-02-10 Implementing proximity gesture for automotive HMI
This article looks at the use of capacitive proximity sensors in automotive applications, particularly in media players and navigation systems.
2013-05-14 Identify interference in complex RF environments
One RF recording technique that may prove particularly useful in addressing this problem is gapless capture.
2015-01-29 How to secure the Internet of Things (Part 2)
In Part 2 of this series, we will focus on a secure boot, which is the root of trust and the cornerstone of an electronic device's trustworthiness.
2015-02-05 How to prevent latchup in CMOS
Latchup is a reliability concern that plagued early CMOS processes. This article tackles this issue and lists several ways to minimise its occurrence.
2005-06-01 How to drive switching devices without losing speed
This article describes a high-voltage process for the high-side gate driver IC and the conventional high-side driver topology, and also addresses the driver IC problems
2005-06-28 House-price bubble set to hit semis, warns analyst
Malcolm Penn, chief executive of market analysis firm Future Horizons, warned that a house-price boom that has taken hold across the developed world is set to be biggest bubble in global economic history.
2006-11-08 Hot swap controller protects from in-rush current
National Semiconductor has introduced a positive hot swap controller with power limiting for use as in-rush current protection and as a solid-state circuit breaker.
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