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Mini-USB

August 8, 2001 4:44 am | Comments

Kycon's new B-type mini-USB has all the advantages of a standard USB connector however the size has been reduced by over 60%. The new surface mount mini-USB has a total height of only 3.9 mm (0.154 inches) and is the perfect solution for new portable devices such as PDA's and other hand-held computers....

Duplexer Assembly

August 8, 2001 4:32 am | Comments

The WSA-00100 is a dual duplexer assembly, consisting of separate EGSM (880 to 915 MHz Rx and 925 to 960 MHz Tx) and DCS (1710 to 1785 MHz Rx and 1805 to 1880 MHz Tx) duplexers in a common assembly. The WSA-00100 is ideally suited for dual band mobile phone testing or equally, in Pico and Micro-Cellular base stations or in-building systems where GSM and DCS services are shared on a common transmission line or antenna....

Analog I/O Modules

August 8, 2001 4:28 am | Comments

Two new modules have just been added to Tidal Engineering's ADAIO family of precision analog I/O expansion solutions for embedded applications. These compact and versatile microcontroller-based devices provide both analog input and output, and employ the I 2 C Bus (Inter-Integrated Circuit). The TE1313 and TE1243 modules provide one digital-to-analog output channel with resolutions of 16 bits and 12 bits respectively, and one 16-bit bipolar...

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Test Lab

August 8, 2001 4:28 am | Comments

Electroswitch Electronic Products has recently upgraded its testing facilities with a new test laboratory for comprehensive performance testing, safety verification, catalog verification and life-cycle analysis for its line of rotary and miniature switches. The expansion is the result of Electroswitch's commitment to grow the miniature switch product line acquired from Eaton Corporation in December of 1999....

Isolation Transformer

August 8, 2001 4:28 am | Comments

Designed for use with Conexant's SMART HCF FF2A chipset technology, the new PCMCIA surface mount SM75570 Isolation Transformer from Datatronics is both space and cost efficient. This isolation transformer features a turns ration of 1:2.0 ± 2.0 percent, an OCL of 40μH at 100 KHz, and SRF measuring a typical 4....

Clock Generator

August 8, 2001 4:28 am | Comments

Micro Networks has introduced a new clock generator designed for clock generation and distribution in optical networks including 10 G Ethernet fibercom systems and other applications requiring coherent frequency sources. The new M250 Clock Generator provides synchronous output frequencies of 622....

266MHZ CL2 DDR SDRAM Components And PC2100 Modules

August 8, 2001 4:28 am | Comments

Micron Technology announced the availability of PC2100 CAS Latency 2 (CL2) DDR SDRAM registered and unbuffered DIMM modules in 128MB and 256MB densities. Micron is accepting orders for production volumes of PC2100 CL2 DDR SDRAM modules and PC266 CL2 components. PC2100 DDR SDRAM modules meeting the CL2 specification provide data faster than parts meeting the CL2....

CDMA Duplexer

August 8, 2001 4:28 am | Comments

K & L Microwave model WSD-00179 is a high performance Japanese Band CDMA duplexer offering low insertion loss and excellent selectivity in a small size. The unit's applications include filtering for Pico, Micro and Macrocell base station installations, as well as general-purpose handset or equipment test systems....

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Dual 6-Bit, Wideband I/Q Digitizer

August 8, 2001 4:28 am | Comments

Maxim Integrated Products introduces the MAX105, the first dual 6-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC) capable of sampling I/Q signals up to 800 Msps- the speed required by digital demodulators employed in high-data-rate point-to-point, satellite, and fiber communications receivers. The MAX105 is optimized for applications demanding fast and precise digitizing of in-phase (I) and quadrature (Q) baseband signals in low-order modulation, h...

Surface Mount Clips

August 8, 2001 4:28 am | Comments

Keystone Electronics Corp. introduces a new PC automotive blade fuse clip. The SMT fuse clip (Part # 3563) is a vertical design with a low profile to save space, yet holds the fuse securely, even after multiple insertions. Thru-hole mount version (Part # 3564) is also available. The 0.016 nickel-plated brass fuse clip withstands shock and vibration....

15 dB Unequal Power Splitter

August 8, 2001 4:28 am | Comments

Demands for a reliable in-building 15 dB unequal splitter covering Cellular/GSM, PCS/DCS and UMTS/W-CDMA are met by Microlab/FXR's latest 2 way Power Splitter. Model DH-15FN Unequal Way Power Splitter is designed to split signals between two outputs in a 15 dB or 97:3 ratio with the minimum of loss....

Telelogic Announces ChangeSynergy 4.0 for End-to-End Automated Change Lifecycle Management

August 8, 2001 4:28 am | Comments

Telelogic announced a major new release of ChangeSynergy, the only Web-based solution that provides end-to-end visibility of application changes by automating the change request management lifecycle. End-to-end visibility enables development teams to better communicate and collaborate within the change management process....

Family of RF Attenuators

July 31, 2001 6:30 am | Comments

Honeywell Solid State Electronics Center recently unveiled its family of high-performance RF attenuators with six standard configurations. Developed using Honeywell's CMOS Silicon-On-Insulator (SOI) technology, the 5- and 6-bit attenuator features include single or dual rail operation, extremely low DC power consumption, 3....

The Networked Car

July 31, 2001 6:29 am | Comments

Wireless Bluetooth technology to convert cars into mobile networked multimedia devices By Dr. Bernard Frank, SiemensVDO Automotive AG, Car Communication Division, & Jim Alfred, Wind River Systems, Inc. If you have ever heard the term "car infotainment" and wondered what it meant, picture yourself on a long drive, stuck in endless traffic, or in search of directions in a strange city, and suddenly the need for both informa...

CMOS Bluetooth RFIC Design Considerations

July 31, 2001 6:17 am | Comments

Capturing the promise of Bluetooth in hardware requires a high level of integration. By John Notor, Tality Bluetooth wireless networking technology continues to stimulate the imagination of the wireless industry as a low cost, low power, and small footprint networking solution which can replace wired connections to consumer devices....

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