WJ Communications, Inc. announces it has developed a RFID UHF Silicon (Si) reader chipset. The WJC200 is the RFID reader chipset that meets the ECPglobal Gen2/ISO18000 6C and ISO18000-6B international standards. This low-cost reader chipset is an excellent candidate for RFID enabled mobile and stationary printers, readers, PDAs and Handheld devices.
AEMC® introduces the OX 7104 –CK portable oscilloscope It’s a 12-bit fully four-isolated-channel 600V Cat III rated scope on the market. Up to eight traces can be on the screen. This all-in-one portable and rugged hand-held instrument features five complementary tools: an oscilloscope, FFT analyzer, TRMS multimeter, harmonic analyzer and recorder.
Hittite Microwave Corporation introduces four Active x2 Frequency Multiplier modules which provide output frequency coverage from 6 to 46 GHz. Each of these Active x2 Frequency Multipliers provide high output power, and excellent fundamental and sub-harmonic suppression for Microwave Communications, RADAR, Test Equipment and general laboratory applications.
Belden announces the introduction of its Managed PowerSense Midspan Power over Ethernet Hubs. Power over Ethernet (PoE) is the technology that allows powering of such devices as VoIP phones, wireless access points, IP security cameras and a host of emerging products over the LAN data cabling infrastructure.
Analog Devices, Inc. announces the clock IC to combine low-phase noise clock generation with 14-channel clock distribution at jitter levels below 1 pico-second. The AD9516 series integrates an integer-N synthesizer, two reference inputs, a voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO), programmable dividers, adjustable delay lines and 14 clock drivers, including LVPECL, LVDS and CMOS.
Hittite Microwave Corporation announces the release of two connectorized Wide-band Power Amplifier modules, which are suitable for EW, ECM, Radar and test equipment applications from 17 to 31 GHz. The HMC-C020 and the HMC-C021 are GaAs MMIC PHEMT power amplifiers in miniature, hermetic modules with replaceable 2.
Austriamicrosystems introduces an ultra low dropout regulator (LDO), optimized to deliver improved operating times in battery-powered portable equipment such as PDAs, digital cameras, Bluetooth and GPS modules. The devices are designed to extend the talk and standby time of mobile cell phones as a result of its extremely low dropout voltage.
Murata Electronics introduces the redesigned C-series (CSTCR-G-C, CSTCE-G-C and CSTCE-V-C) tight tolerance ceramic resonators for the automotive market. Murata’s resonators, suitable for Controller Area Network (CAN) bus or any automotive network bus that requires tight tolerance, are a smaller (CSTCR-G-C: 4.
White Electronic Designs Corporation introduces its 4 Gb (512MB) DDR SDRAM PBGA Multi-Chip Package (MCP). The SDRAM is organized as 64 M × 72, packaged in a 25 × 32 mm, 800 mm2, 219 plastic ball grid array (PBGA). This package is suitable for high-reliability applications and is available at data rates of 200, 250, 266 and 333 Mbs in commercial, industrial and military temperature ranges.
Fairchild Semiconductor has expanded its portfolio of AEC-Q101-qualified 30 and 40 V MOSFETs to include 11 more devices. These low-voltage PowerTrench® MOSFETs are designed to optimize efficiency, performance and board space in automotive applications such as power steering and integrated starters/ alternators, as well as in motor and solenoid-driver designs.
Cadence Design Systems Inc. announces the introduction of Cadence® Incisive® Design Team Xtreme III systems, the next generation of the Incisive Xtreme series of accelerator/emulators within the Incisive functional verification platform. Developed with the design engineer in mind, Xtreme III systems combines the power and speed of hardware assisted verification with ease of use for simulation savvy designers.
Tyco Electronics introduces the CoEv brand series of high current inductors. The product series is well suited for a wide range of high current applications in computers, power supplies, DC/DC converters, AC/DC converters and battery-powered devices. These low profile molded inductors are designed to suppress and filter AC ripple in DC output circuits.
NEC¹s ultra-low noise NE3514S02 Hetero-Junction GaAs FET is an suitable choice for DBS LNB modules or as a first stage LNA in a variety of receiver applications. At 20 GHz, it delivers a typical noise figure of just 0.75 dB with 10 dB gain, so it can significantly improve a system¹s sensitivity.
REC has developed a new co-axial circulator at the 225 to 400 MHz frequency range for military communications applications. This lumped element circulator utilizes a patent pending design which preserves the symmetry between ports while maintaining a broad performance. The unit is lightweight, made with an aluminum housing designed to provide an efficient heat dissipation path.
Anadigics Inc. announces that the company is shipping multi-mode, multi-band power amplifiers (PAs) to Samsung Electronics for the new SGH-Z620 3G handset. With a profile of only 11.8 mm, the SGH-Z620, also known as the Ultra Edition 11.8, is a handset that features a 2 mega-pixel camera, HSDPA connectivity and QVGA display.