Components

Molecular Switch

24 February, 2003 by

A molecular switch took only 47 zepto-joules to operate in a recent experiment, 10,000 times less than transistor switches used in current high-speed computers. The molecular switch consists of rotating one of the four phenyl legs attached to a complicated porphyrin molecule from one stable position to another.


Logic devices 100% lead-free

13 February, 2003 by

Texas Instruments has announced that its complete logic portfolio is now offered in Pb-free solutions for all finishes and balls.


8 bit microcontroller

11 February, 2003 by | Supplied by: Active Components Australia Pty Ltd

Available from Active Components in 28 pin PLCC and TSSOP is the Philips P89LPC932 that has a 2.4 to 3.6 V VDD operating range with 5 V tolerant I/O pins.


Programmable amp

11 February, 2003 by | Supplied by: http://www.soanar.com/

Linear Technology has introduced the LTC6910-1, a digitally controlled programmable gain amplifier (PGA).


Quantum-dot LED may be screen of choice for future electronics

05 February, 2003 by

MIT researchers have combined organic materials with high-performing inorganic nanocrystals to create a hybrid optoelectronic structure


Bright colourful future for LEDs

03 February, 2003 by

Technical Insights Frost & Sullivan has discovered two developments in the light-emitting diode (LED) arena. A single LED, with the facility to switch its emission spectrum and a hybrid device based on an inorganic quantum dot/organic LED combination capable of enhanced luminescence.


Chip made on 90 nm process

29 January, 2003 by

Texas Instruments' fully functional wireless digital base band on 90 nm process offers many benefits. By shrinking the dimension of the transistors power consumption, size and manufacturing costs are reduced relative to the previous manufacturing process. Distances between transistors are also reduced, increasing overall processor performance and allowing integration of many more features on an equivalent size chip.


LDO regulator

17 December, 2002 by | Supplied by: Braemac Pty Ltd

The MIC5239 is a micropower low-dropout regulator providing keep-alive voltage for power-sensitive applications ranging from notebook PCs to automotive electronics.


High speed optocouplers

04 December, 2002 by | Supplied by: http://www.agilent.com/

Agilent has introduced high speed optocouplers, claimed to be capable of transmitting data at a 50 megabaud (MBd) rate, allowing high speed collection and control in industrial automation applications where isolation is required.


Joint development of high density flash memory

04 December, 2002 by

Macronix, Taiwan has announced an agreement with Mitsubishi Electric which covers 0.15 um DINOR Flash technology development, joint design of product and wafer manufacturing.


Pressure from nanoelectronics

26 November, 2002 by

The future of nanoelectronics looks promising. Built with nanotubes and various self-assembling molecular structures, this technology may revolutionise the elctronic world by replacing the silicon transistor in approximately ten years.


Referees to use microchip technology

18 November, 2002 by

German company, Cairos Technologies is developing an automated soccer refereeing technology that could result in fewer disagreements over decisions particularly the offside rule.


Surface mount inductors

12 November, 2002 by | Supplied by: http://www.clarke.com.au

Gowanda Electronics has introduced two new surface mount toroid inductor series - SMT4015 and SMT1803.


Solenoid Valve Timers

08 October, 2002 by | Supplied by: Process Systems Pty Ltd

Process Systems has released a range of sandwich electronic timers for direct mounting onto solenoid valves.


Pluggable optic transceiver standard

27 September, 2002 by

Zarlink Semiconductor and Agilent have announced a multi-source agreement intended to create a common standard for pluggable 4-channel parallel optic transceiver modules that offer an aggregate bandwidth of up to 10 Gb/s.


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