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Micrel Announces Smallest Ever Low Power Radio Module
San Jose, Calif. — Micrel Inc. today launched the MICRF600, the latest in Micrel’s family of low-power radio modules. The module, designed to operate in the unlicensed 915MHz band, is the smallest, most cost-effective transceiver module from Micrel thus far. It is aimed at the building control, industrial automation and advance remote control markets. The MICRF600 is currently sampling with volume quantities available in the fourth quarter of 2005.
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New Tools in NI-DAQmx and NI LabVIEW 8 Combine to Save Engineers Time, System Se
National Instruments announced the latest version of NI-DAQmx, its powerful data acquisition (DAQ) driver software and the core of its measurement services software shipped with each piece of NI multifunction DAQ hardware. With NI-DAQmx 8 driver software, engineers using all NI-DAQmx hardware – including new PCI Express and USB DAQ devices – can take advantage of the powerful upgrades in the National Instruments LabVIEW 8 graphical platform for design, control and test.
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Micrel Introduces 3A Ultra-Fast Transient Response PWM Buck Regulator
San Jose, Calif. — Micrel Inc. launched the MIC2208, a new 1 MHz 3A PWM buck regulator IC in a tiny 3mm x 3mm MLF™-10L package. The MIC2208 features a flexible design and ultra-fast transient response. It is capable of providing a wide range of outputs, allowing efficiencies above 94 percent. The external compensation allows the use of ultra-small inductor and output capacitor values while providing uncompromised fast transient response and low noise operation.
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Micrel Rolls Out Four New IC Solutions For Embedded and Industrial Ethernet Appl
San Jose, Calif. — Micrel Inc., announced that it has rolled out four new Ethernet IC solutions. The KSZ884x series is part of the 2-port and 3-port Switch/Repeater family launched in June and July of 2005 and round out the Company’s Embedded Ethernet offerings. Micrel’s new KSZ8842-PMQL, KZS8841-PMQL, KSZ8841-16MQL and the KSZ8841-32MQL are all aimed at the embedded and industrial Ethernet markets. The new ICs are currently sampling, with volume quantities available in the fourth quarter of 2005. The chips are offered in standard and RoHS compliant versions.
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High-Current Switching Controller Provides Output Voltage Tracking And Margining
Norwood, MA - Analog Devices’ is introducing a new single-phase, high-current switching controller ideal for applications that demand regulated precision and reliability, such as wireless base stations and network computing systems. The ADP1822 is a synchronous, fixed-frequency switching controller well suited for high current applications – such as communications infrastructure systems and high performance servers.
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Analog Devices Enhances Audio Development On Blackfin Processors With VisualAudi
AES Convention, NEW YORK - Recognizing that more complex audio systems pose additional development challenges for audio engineers, Analog Devices, Inc. (NYSE: ADI), is extending award-winning development software to its Blackfin® family of embedded processors. The company is launching VisualAudio® Designer 2.0 and a precision audio module library at the 119th Audio Engineering Society (AES) Convention this week.
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Analog Devices' Blackfin Provides Convergent Processing For Yamaha's Networked A
Norwood, MA - Analog Devices, Inc. announced today that its Blackfin® Processor has been implemented in a concept design for a Networked Audio/Video Center by Yamaha Corporation, a global leader in music equipment as well as home audio and video systems. Yamaha’s prototype Networked AV Center represents a new product category that provides a central device for playing back, storing, and distributing digital music, video, and photos to any room in the house.
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Casio-Hitachi Designs Two New Wireless Handsets With Lightning-Fast Spansion™ NO
SUNNYVALE, CA - Spansion LLC today announced that Casio Hitachi Mobile Communications has developed two new cellular handsets with 512 Mb NOR Flash memory, which uses stacked versions of Spansion’s WS256N, a NOR Flash memory device based on the company’s award-winning MirrorBit™ technology. The new G’zOne and A5512CA mobile phones developed by Casio-Hitachi and available now in Japan, integrate 80 MHz versions of the Spansion WS256N, the fastest frequency using two-bit-per-cell technology. In addition, Spansion has proven that the WS256N has headroom to spare, providing a platform for wireless designs with frequencies up to 108 MHz.
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AMD Geode™ GX Single Board Computer Reference Design Kit Speeds Product Time to
SUNNYVALE, Calif. - AMD announced the availability of the AMD Geode GX Single Board Computer Reference Design Kit (AMD Geode GX SBC RDK), an adaptable design that addresses a broad range of embedded devices such as network appliances, kiosks, point-of-sale terminals and corporate thin clients. The AMD Geode GX SBC RDK provides customers a platform for low cost, high impact designs by providing an affordable, integrated suite of support and development capabilities. The utility of these designs help reduce development cost and time-to-market for Single Board Computer (SBC) applications.
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Texas Instruments, Newark InOne and Farnell InOne Present Analog eLab Webcast
DALLAS – Analog design engineers are invited to register at for a live Analog eLab Webcast entitled “Elements of the Analog Signal Chain.” Presented by Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NYSE:TXN) and Newark InOne and Farnell InOne, subsidiaries of global distributor Premier Farnell plc, the Webcast will air at 11:00 a.m. CDT (18.00 hrs CET) on Wednesday, October 12, 2005. TI analog expert Bill Klein, P.E. and eLab guests, Lijoy Philipose of TI and Gavin Kirk of Newark InOne, will provide designers with an online discussion of the analog signal chain and a lab demonstration of some of the devices used in signal processing functions.
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