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Norwood, - Analog Devices, Inc. today announced that Comtrend Corporation, a leading manufacturer of ADSL and ADSL2+ customer premises equipment (CPE), has standardized on ADI’s Fusiv™ network processor and new ADSL2+bonding reference platform for the Comtrend NexusLink™ Broadband Residential Gateway introduced earlier this year. The NexusLink Residential Gateway combines the benefits of field-proven ADSL2+ technology with standards-compliant loop bonding technology to allow service providers to offer revenue-generating triple-play services including IP television (IPTV).
Leer la noticia completa Lunes, 18 Julio, 2005 - 06:00

Actel Fusion Technology Combines Analog Peripherals, Flash Memory and FPGA Fabri
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Actel Corporation today unveiled its Fusion technology, launching the era of the Programmable System Chip (PSC). Leveraging its leadership position in flash-based FPGAs, the company has developed the industry's first technology designed to bring true programmability to mixed-signal solutions. The Actel Fusion™ technology is the first to integrate mixed-signal analog capabilities with flash memory and FPGA fabric in a monolithic PSC.
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International Rectifier Introduces High Performance, Dual Output PWM-Driver IC f
EL SEGUNDO, - International Rectifier introduced the IR3621M and IR3621F voltage-mode, dual output bi-phase synchronous buck controller-driver ICs for high performance point-of-load (POL) buck converters used in networking, computing and communications systems. The IR3621 includes a full suite of power management features, including pre-bias protection, sequencing capability, hiccup current limit protection and tight voltage reference accuracy demanded by today's systems.
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Infineon Introduces Chip Platform for Sub-$20 Mobile Handsets in Production
Munich, Germany - Around 3.5 billion people now living in areas with mobile phone coverage cannot afford their own mobile phone. But this could soon change. With a chip platform for ultra low-cost handsets, Munich-based semiconductor manufacturer Infineon Technologies AG has laid the foundation for mass production of very low-cost mobile phones. The production costs for such mobile phones could be cut by nearly one half in future, from the current figure of around US $35 to below US $20. These costs include the complete mobile phone with its keypad, display and charging system, software for ensuring ease of use with the SMS and phone functions, packaging and documentation. Infineon’s platform is ready to release to handset manufacturers as a “reference platform” for new product designs, which means that ultra low-cost handsets could be planned for volume production in the first half of 2006.
Leer la noticia completa Miércoles, 13 Julio, 2005 - 06:28

Infineon Launches World's First Reference Design for Ultra Low-Cost Handsets Enabling Handsets
Munich, Germany - Infineon Technologies AG announced sample availability of its first reference design for ultra-low-cost handsets. Using Infineon’s new ULC reference platform, which is based on a single-chip GSM solution, costs for GSM handsets with SMS functionality could be set to be reduced by nearly one half in the near future, from the current figure of around US $35 to below US $20. These costs cover the entire mobile phone, including all electronic components, printed-circuit-board, connectors, casing with keypad and display, all software components, rechargeable batteries, charger, packaging and documentation.
Leer la noticia completa Miércoles, 13 Julio, 2005 - 06:27

Microchip Technology Offers Smaller Package Options for Popular PIC® Microcontrollers
CHANDLER, Ariz., - Microchip Technology Inc., announced new 4x4mm QFN package options for the most popular Mid-Range (x14 Architecture) PIC® microcontrollers in 8-, 14- and 20-pin packages. These new package options are designed to accommodate a wide variety of space-constrained applications such as DC/DC point-of-load (POL) converters and handheld consumer electronics.
Leer la noticia completa Miércoles, 13 Julio, 2005 - 06:22

Microchip Technology Expands Small PIC® Microcontrollers With 20-Pin Family and Additional Capabilities
CHANDLER, Ariz., - Microchip Technology Inc., announced four new Flash 8-bit PIC® microcontrollers, which offer a cost-effective and code-compatible migration path from existing 8- and 14-pin package options to 20-pin microcontrollers with a richer set of peripherals. These new microcontrollers provide engineers with enhanced features such as steering-capable pulse-width modulation (PWM) and a synchronous serial port with address-masking for I2C™, while offering additional program and data memory.
Leer la noticia completa Miércoles, 13 Julio, 2005 - 06:21

Microchip Technology Announces Low-Cost Development Programmer and Starter Kit
CHANDLER, Ariz., — Microchip Technology Inc., announced the PICkit™ 2 Starter Kit, which enables engineers, students and anyone with an interest to easily begin development and experimentation with PIC® microcontrollers for a very low initial investment. The PICkit 2 Starter Kit connects to any personal computer via full-speed USB 2.0, which allows faster programming, firmware upgradeability, and requires no additional power supply for the programmer or target application board.
Leer la noticia completa Miércoles, 13 Julio, 2005 - 06:20

Harris Corporation Enables Multi-Site Redundancy for Clear Channel Denver Radio with Intraplex Audio Networking
CINCINNATI, – Harris Corporation's Broadcast Communications Division (BCD) today announced that Clear Channel Denver, comprised of eight regional radio stations, will upgrade eight existing Intraplex® CrossConnect servers and add four additional systems this summer to build closed-ring audio transmission paths for four of its FM stations (KRFX-FM, KBPI-FM, KMGG-FM, and KTCL-FM). Coupled with Harris DCS-9560-ACC CrossConnect frames, Intraplex® Enhanced apt-X™ audio cards will be crucial to the station group's new bi-directional ring for establishing signal redundancy between the main transmitter facilities, auxiliary sites and on-air studios. Once installed, Clear Channel Denver will virtually eliminate any off-air time caused by disasters related to weather or other emergency situations thanks to the new systems' redundancy.
Leer la noticia completa Miércoles, 13 Julio, 2005 - 06:18

Micrel Rolls Out New PWM Synchronous Buck Regulator For Power Sensitive Applications
San Jose, Calif., - Micrel Inc., today launched the MIC2206 a new 2MHz PWM synchronous buck regulator with LOWQ™ mode and voltage scaling. The new solution is aimed at applications that require a scaled-down voltage supply in stand-by and sleep mode including cellular phones, PDAs, digital cameras, GPS systems and USB peripherals.
Leer la noticia completa Miércoles, 13 Julio, 2005 - 06:16

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