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Micrel Rolls Out New Family of 4.25Gbps, 6.4Gbps Backplane & Cable Management Solutions
San Jose, Calif. - Micrel Inc., today launched a new family of backplane management solutions. The SY58620L and SY58621L are DC-to-4.25Gbps integrated transceivers (receiver & transmitter) and the SY58626L and SY58627L are a DC-to-6.4Gbps dedicated transmitter and receiver, respectively, with equalization and pre-emphasis. The ICs are aimed at Gigabit Ethernet, Infiniband, 1x and 4x Fiber Channel, and SONET/SDH serial Backplane or cable applications between 125Mbps-6.4Gbps. All products will be available for sampling in July 2005, with volume production in August 2005.
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DALLAS - Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) today announced its first 2.25-A and 3-A non-isolated, plug-in power modules with TI's Auto-TrackTM sequencing technology. The POLATM-compatible modules simplify power design in industrial and data communications systems that employ high-speed microprocessors, FPGAs, ASICs and TI's TMS320TM digital signal processors (DSPs).
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Norwood, MA(7/11/2005) - Analog Devices, Inc. today underscored its commitment to the automotive telematics and infotainment industry, elaborating on its automotive vision and the growing market for its Blackfin® Car Telematics Platform. Supported by a family of Blackfin processors, the Blackfin Car Telematics Platform capitalizes on the power of a single processor to reduce telematics system costs, size and development time by integrating many telematics tasks onto a single processing platform.
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International Rectifier Introduces DirectFET™ MOSFET Chip Set for Notebook DC-DC
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. - International Rectifier, IR® today introduced the IRF6621/IRF6612 synchronous buck converter chip set. The new 30V DirectFET™ MOSFET synchronous buck converter chip set is designed for 14A to 18A per phase DC-to-DC power conversion in advanced notebook computer designs using the latest Intel® and AMD processors where small size, high efficiency and improved thermal conduction are required.
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Intersil's New Real Time Clock Features Tamper Detect and InterSeal™ Battery Sav
MILPITAS, CA - Intersil Corporation introduced today the ISL1209 Real Time Clock (RTC) that combines high-precision, low-power for a wide variety of applications which require very accurate clock and calendar functions with Event Detect. Applications for this device are varied, such as electronic power meters, ATM, medical and other security related equipment and systems. In addition, the device incorporates Intersil’s InterSeal battery saver technology, which prevents any current drain on the battery until the unit is first powered up.
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Harris Corporation Introduces Digital Broadcasting System to Brazil Broadcaster
CINCINNATI - Harris Corporation announced the sale and installation of an end-to-end digital studio to transmitter link (STL) and 10 kW UHF Atlas™ transmitter to Universidade Luterana do Brasil (ULBRA). The link provides ULBRA with a bi-directional audio, data and video network between its studios and transmitter site. ULBRA can now transport video and audio digitally within its network, delivering a higher quality picture to viewers. The technology also prepares ULBRA to deliver a digital broadcast signal at such time as they move to a full DTV platform.
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Beta Dyne Brings Low-Noise Performance to Older Systems
Bridgewater, MA - Beta Dyne, Inc. is proud to announce two additional case options for its popular Low-Noise 10W DC/DC Converter series that brings ultra low noise performance to equipment and applications that employ older industry pinout arrangements. DC/DC converters that fit these older sockets currently limit the user to a 10% input voltage range. That is, until now. With the new case options, our Low-Noise 10W DC/DC Converter series can now be dropped into these older systems and immediately improve performance and flexibility by offering a wide 2:1 input voltage range (with 3:1 and 4:1 available upon request) and with less than 5mV of output noise.
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32-bit CISC microcontroller for advanced automotive control systems reduces syst
London - Renesas Technology Europe today announced the H8SX/1544F 32-bit CISC microcontroller for advanced automotive control systems. The single-chip package H8SX/1544F enables lower system cost to be achieved by reducing the number of external parts required and offers 512-Kbyte flash memory that is accessible in one cycle, increasing program processing speed, and can be rewritten on-chip, reducing debugging and system development time. The product also includes a controller compatible with the CAN (Controller Area Network) in-vehicle LAN standard.
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Micrel Rolls Out Company’s Smallest 3A PWM Buck Regulator Solution
San Jose, Calif. - Micrel Inc. today launched the MIC2207, a 3 mm x 3 mm MLF™ 2MHz 3A PWM buck regulator. The chip, which offers the smallest footprint available on the market, is aimed at applications requiring up to 3A output from 5V and 3V rails. It is ideal for applications in the telecom/networking equipment, server and consumer electronics markets.
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