LED Illumination

09 September, 2002 | Supplied by: Future Electronics

Lumex Sunbrite Group's LED solutions are replacing conventional incandescent or fluorescent lamps. These devices are suitable for signage, traffic control, automotive and off-road vehicle lighting and general lighting.

High-Speed Converters

09 September, 2002 | Supplied by: Insight Tech Solutions

National Semiconductor has announced the 8 bit 60 MSPS ADC and the 5 V dual 12 bit 40 MSPS ADC.

Panel 1080-845 industrial computer

09 September, 2002 | Supplied by: Backplane Systems Technology Pty Ltd

Backplane Systems Technology has released Axiom's 8.4" TFT industrial panel PC, the Panel 1080-845. It has been designed for HMIs (human machine interfaces), industrial control, transportation and other space critical applications.

Helium recovery helps fibre optic production

05 September, 2002

BOC's fibre optics solutions group has patented a helium recovery system capable of capturing and recycling more than 85% of the helium used in optical fibre production

DSP Board

12 August, 2002 | Supplied by: Unitronix Pty Ltd

The TS-P36N from Transtech, is a PCI format card that features four DSPs and 128 MB SDRAM coupled to a Xilinx Virtex-11 FPGA for algorithm acceleration, and a 64 bit/66 MHz PMC interface for high-speed data input/output.

Resistors and Terminations

12 August, 2002 | Supplied by: Electronic Development Sales Pty Ltd

Miteq's line of gold standard resistors and terminations offer design features such as: good broadband VSWR; reliable construction; nickel, silver and gold plating; welded leads; and copper and copper/tungsten mounting flanges.

Erbium-Doped Fibres

09 August, 2002

Semrock has made available a line of erbium-doped fibres. The fibre portfolio consists of both C-Band and L-Band fibres, in 125 and 80 micron cladding diameters.

Superconducting nanowires help in study of phase transistors

05 August, 2002

By creating superconducting nanowires using carbon nanotube molecules, researchers at the University of Illinois are investigating just how small a wire can become and remain a superconductor

Security Standard for Flash Memory Cards

01 August, 2002

Sandisk and Toshiba have announced the creation of a mobile commerce (MC) extension standard for flash memory cards. The standard will enable the implementation of security functions in addition to the standard memory features that are already supported by such cards.

CPU Card

09 July, 2002 | Supplied by: Protech Group

The Prox-1710 P4 CPU card is powered by an Intel 845 chipset and can run up to 2.2 GHz. Equipped with an ATI Rage Mobility M6 VGA chipset, the CPU card is empowered to support the AGP 4x standard.

Switch Joystick

09 July, 2002 | Supplied by: Tenrod Australia Pty Ltd

The Oliver Control 1000 series switch joysticks comes with options such as screw or bush mounting, single or double pole configuration and a choice of operation mode, which is determined by limiter plates featuring, single axis, double axis, cross, diagonal and eight point star.

GMS V191 Atlantis-V Single Board Computer

09 July, 2002 | Supplied by: Embedded Logic Solutions Pty Ltd

The GMS V191 Atlantis-V from General Microsystems is a PowerPC single board computer. The V191 uses a PowerPC 7410 processor that operates from 500 MHz up to the 1 GHz operation of the future.


03 July, 2002

Physicists at the Institute for Microstructural Sciences (Ottawa) have created a prototype of a single-spin transistor, that consists of a quantum dot connected to spin-polarised leads.

GHz technology and RF businesses

13 June, 2002

Advance Power Technology RF (APT-RF) is a newly formed organisation and brand. It is the result of the integration of the RF businesses of APT and of two RF acquisitions, GHz Technology (January 2002) and Microsemi RF (May 2002).

Optical Pea Shooter

11 June, 2002

Researchers from the University of Bath in England have propelled polystyrene beads through a hollow fibre with a laser beam.

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