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14-BIT Analog to Digital Converter

October 30, 2001 9:17 am | Comments

Analog Devices introduced a 14-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC) at 105 million samples per second (MSPS). The AD6645 is more than 60 percent faster than its predecessor, released last year by Analog Devices. The new ADC enables multi-carrier software radio architectures in wireless basestations to achieve higher levels of signal quality as well as to keep pace with future air interface standards....

Access Point-on-a-Chip Reference Design for Wireless Networking

October 30, 2001 9:17 am | Comments

Intersil announced it has developed a complete access point-on-a-chip reference design for wireless networking that combines an ARM9®-based Medium Access Controller (MAC) with a uClinux operating system. The design of the PRISM® ISL36356A represents a highly integrated access point (AP) reference design available for wireless applications in the home, small office, enterprise and public areas such as hotels and airports....

GSM/GPRS Transceiver Added to RF Product Line

October 30, 2001 9:17 am | Comments

Silicon Laboratories introduced the Aero GSM transceiver chipset, which is based on the company's CMOS RF technology. The Aero chipset provides a complete RF front end for dual and triple band GSM digital cellular handsets. The highly integrated solution eliminates the IF SAW filter, external low noise amplifiers (LNA) for three bands, transmit and RF voltage controlled oscillator (VCO) modules and more than 60 other discrete components fou...

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Transceivers in UCSP Packaging

October 30, 2001 9:06 am | Comments

Maxim Integrated Products introduces the MAX3228/MAX3229 RS-232 transceivers available in UCSP packaging. These devices are intended for use in space-constrained applications requiring RS-232-compliant signaling, such as PDAs, cell phones, and GPS receivers. The MAX3228/MAX3229 save more than 70% board space over existing TSSOP solutions....

Driver IC

October 30, 2001 9:06 am | Comments

Toshiba America Electronic Components (TAEC) with its parent company, Toshiba Corporation announced the introduction of a white light-emitting-diode (LED) driver IC that raises the efficiency of white LEDs up to 85 percent. The new driver IC, designated the TB62731FU, will support more efficient backlighting and improved performance for LCDs installed in a wide range of portable and wireless communications devices....

RF Thin Film Inductors

October 30, 2001 9:06 am | Comments

AVX introduces its Accu-L® Series thin film inductors, now available in a 0603 size. The 0603 Accu-L Series features very high Q, extremely tight tolerance (to ± 0.1 nH), high SRF and low DC resistance. The Accu-L 0603 is particularly suited for the telecommunications industry where there is a continuing trend toward miniaturization and increasing system frequencies....

Truck Antenna

October 30, 2001 9:06 am | Comments

Truck Antenna Antenna Specialists announces the release of it Constellation series long haul truck antenna designed for use with XM Satellite Radio receiver hardware. Optimized for tractor-trailer installations, this initial design is ground-plane independent and may be mounted on "west coast" mirrors up to 1/2 inch OD to 1....

Flexible Printed Circuit Connector

October 30, 2001 9:06 am | Comments

AVX Corp. introduces an emerging standard in flexible printed circuit (FPC) connector technology with its 0.30mm pitch FFC/FPC connector. Designated the 6255 and 6265 Series, these connectors feature expanded capabilities for both low and high pin count applications, while also including standard gold plating for higher speed, low contact resistance applications....

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Yagi Antennas

October 30, 2001 8:04 am | Comments

Antenna Factor is pleased to announce a new series of Yagi antennas available in models covering frequencies from 400 to 2.4 GHz. The antennas are designed for long-distance directional communication and can greatly enhance the performance of RF links. Made of stainless steel and featuring sturdy mast mounts these rugged antennas are constructed to withstand the stress of long-term use....

DSP Development Kit

October 30, 2001 8:03 am | Comments

Altera is now providing DSP engineers new to the world of programmable logic a comprehensive kit for designing, prototyping and debugging high performance DSP designs. The DSP development kit for APEX™ devices, made available today, includes a development board, system-reference designs and Altera's DSP Builder software....

Triple Gate Devices

October 30, 2001 8:03 am | Comments

Adding to its emerging MiniGate™ portfolio, ON Semiconductor unveiled six high-performance triple-gate devices in tiny Ultra-Small-8 (US8) packages drivers/buffers for computing, networking and portable applications including LEDs. Designed with three gates in only 6.2 mm 2 area of board space, the devices enable designers who require three-gate functionality, to place three independent gates in the same amount of space formerly occupi...

Telemetry Omni Antenna

October 30, 2001 8:03 am | Comments

MAXRAD has developed a new antenna solution for wireless telemetry and meter reading applications often plagued by theft and vandalism. The new MTO8903PT ultra-thin antenna provides discrete omnidirectional coverage of frequencies ranging from 896 to 941 MHz with 2.5 dBi gain and a 3 dB vertical beamwidth of 35 degrees....

WLAN Antenna Line

October 30, 2001 8:03 am | Comments

MAXRAD announces its new XtremeWave™ line of antennas for wireless broadband access and wireless LAN applications. These antennas are designed to provide efficiency, flexibility, and performance for virtually any indoor or outdoor wireless network application. The XtremeWave-XE (extreme efficiency) sector panel series provides 45°, 60°, 90°, or 120° field-adjustable horizontal beamwidth options for wireless ISM or WCS...

Sectorized Omnidirectional Antenna

October 30, 2001 8:03 am | Comments

MAXRAD announces an antenna solution for 2.4 GHz ISM wireless internet coverage issues. The new XtremeWave™ MSO24014PTNF all terrain sectorized omnidirectional antenna is designed to provide pattern shaping flexibility to wireless internet network planners by applying new patent-pending electrical and mechanical technology to a single antenna model....

Mobile Radio Suite

October 30, 2001 8:03 am | Comments

M/A-COM, a unit of Tyco Electronics, announced the OpenSky M-803 Mobile Radio. Like all radio products in the OpenSky IP, packet-switched network, the M-803 uses digital TDMA technology to increase spectrum efficiency and provide all the benefits of a secure voice and data solution at a 19.2 Kbps data rate....

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