152 GHz record circuit speed

27 September, 2004

A Team led by Britain's BAE Systems aerospace and defence group has achieved what it claims is a record digital circuit speed as a result of developing next-generation transistor technology.


07 September, 2004 | Supplied by:

Siliconix has announced a family of TrenchFET power MOSFETs in a reverse-lead TO-252 DPAK package.

Video conditioners

07 September, 2004 | Supplied by:

Maxim has introduced the MAX7450/MAX7451/MAX7452 family of complete front-end, standard-definition video signal conditioners.

Display interface

07 September, 2004 | Supplied by:

STMicroelectronics has introduced a transmitter that converts 24 bits of video data into four LVDS channels to drive a flat-panel display.

685A01 vibration switch

07 September, 2004 | Supplied by: Thermo Fisher Scientific

The IMI sensors division of PCB Piezotronics has introduced the model 685A01, 24 VDC powered, electronic vibration switch with explosion-proof housing.

Motherboard with bus support

07 September, 2004 | Supplied by:

Interworld Electronics has released the Kontron America MBATX-845GV-VEA ISA Bus Pentium 4 motherboard.

PCI motion controllers

07 September, 2004 | Supplied by:

Factory automation engineers and machine builders can now choose from four National Instruments motion controller boards for PCI-based integrated motion data acquisition applications.

Memory roadmap shows the way

05 September, 2004 | Supplied by: Toshiba (Australia) Pty Ltd

Semiconductor manufacturers are busily trying to anticipate what the future market will demand of them. Toshiba is just one company that is looking into the future and it has outlined what it sees in its latest 'strategic memory roadmaps'

Optical research boosted

19 August, 2004

The low yield of optical semiconductor processing, compared with today's silicon industry, is stalling progress in major markets such as ultra-high bandwidth communications networks for enterprises and homes.

See-through transistors

10 August, 2004

Engineers at Oregon State University have created what is claimed to be the world's first transparent transistor, a see-through electronics component that could open the door to many new products.

Rating power amplifiers for RF immunity testing

05 August, 2004 | Supplied by: ASD Technology Pty Ltd

Over the years, tutorials have appeared in EMC journals explaining how to estimate the power required from a power amplifier intended for use in an RF immunity test system. Little material has explored the issue of gain compression in RF power amplifiers

Brighter outlook for PolyLEDs

05 August, 2004 | Supplied by: Philips Components Pty Ltd

Scientists at Philips have developed new methods to significantly increase the efficiency of PolyLED polymer OLED displays. This opens the way to lower power consumption and will further strengthen the advantages of polymer OLED

IR receiver modules

04 August, 2004 | Supplied by:

A series of miniaturised, multi-functioned SMD IR receiver modules that provides a variable supply voltage range from 2.7 to 5.5 has been announced by Vishay.

Integrated C compiler

04 August, 2004 | Supplied by:

Dynamic C is an integrated C compiler, editor, loader and debugger designed specifically for Rabbit microprocessor-based products. Its integrated development provides a platform for developing applications quickly.

Conversion chip set

04 August, 2004 | Supplied by: International Rectifier

International Rectifier has introduced a control and synchronous switching chip set for high-frequency DC-DC converters powering next-generation Intel and AMD processors.

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