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Translator

March 18, 2002 5:59 am | Product Releases | Comments

Maxim Integrated Products introduces the MAX9360, the fastest member of the Maxim TTL-to-ECL translator family. The MAX9360 is a single-channel LVTTL/CMOS-to-ECL/LVECL translator. The MAX9360 accepts LVTTL/CMOS input signals and translates them to LVECL/ECL levels. The MAX9360 is pin compatible with the MC100EPT24....

Thyristor Surge Protection Device

March 18, 2002 5:59 am | Product Releases | Comments

Tyco Electronics Power Components/Raychem Circuit Protection Division introduces its new TVAxxxSA series of SiBar® surge protection devices. With a 30% smaller footprint than the existing TVBxxxSA series devices, the new components are designed for network cards with increased port densities and help provide protection against power faults and lightning surges in customer premise equipment (CPE), central office (CO), access network equip...

First Dual-Output Laser Diode Driver IC

March 18, 2002 5:59 am | Product Releases | Comments

Atmel® Corporation announced the availability of the world's smallest dual-output laser diode driver IC T0806 for the next generation of combined DVD/CD-R/RW end products. This new device is the latest member of Atmel's successful family of laser diode drivers. A fully functional embedded microcontroller chip set supporting all DVD and CD Writeable and Re-Writeable standards will be announced soon....

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Interdigitated Capacitor

March 18, 2002 5:59 am | Product Releases | Comments

Leading passive component manufacturer, AVX Corp. has expanded its family of low inductance capacitors by introducing new InterDigitated Capacitors (IDCs). AVX's IDCs are now available in 0508 and 0612 case sizes with 8 or 10 terminals. AVX's IDCs connect with eight/ten vias to power and ground planes, offering a decoupling solution, which meets the requirements of today's high-speed microprocessing applications....

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