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Input Process Indicator

August 20, 2001 5:11 am | Comments

The DIS475B-R process indicator monitors frequencies in the range 12 Hz to 50 kHz and provides a 3 1/2 digit display that can be calibrated over a wide range to allow display of the process in engineering units. The indicator accepts input levels from 150 mV to 160 V p-p and also provides a pull-up resistor for open collector transistor inputs....

LCD Technology

August 20, 2001 5:11 am | Comments

Optrex's new Active-MLA (Multi-Line Addressing) LCD technology offers full color, high quality display of moving images with fast response time, high brightness, lower cost and lower power consumption compared to TFT (thin film transistor) LCDs. Due to breakthrough in the optical design, a reflection ration of 50% has been achieved with 65,000 colors while maintaining highly efficient light transmission for a brightness of 35 nits in produc...

Frequency Hopping Synthesizer

August 15, 2001 9:33 am | Comments

Frequency Hopping Synthesizer (FHSZ8588) is used in Microwave band applications (up to 4 GHz) for Wireless systems, providing low phase noise. Since low phase noise OCXO is loaded inside the unit (Frequency Synthesizer), it is unnecessary for the external reference oscillator to feed reference signal to the Frequency synthesizer....

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SiGe Low Noise Amplifier

August 13, 2001 11:02 am | Comments

Atmel® announced a new triple gain low-noise amplifier (LNA) manufactured in Silicon-Germanium (SiGe) technology. The IC T0952 is a new member of Atmel's SiGe LNA family and can be used for conventional superheterodyne or direct-conversion receivers in 1800 MHz to 2000 MHz PCN (GSM 1800) and PCS mobile phone applications....

Digital Signal Controller

August 13, 2001 4:52 am | Comments

Microchip Technology unveiled architecture plans for its 16-bit dsPIC™ digital signal controllers. The dsPIC core is a 16-bit (data) non-pipelined modified Harvard RISC machine that combines the control advantages of a high-performance 16-bit microcontroller with the high computation speed of a fully implemented digital signal processor (DSP) to produce a tightly coupled, single-chip single-instruction stream solution for embedded syste...

Feedthrough Capacitors and Filters

August 13, 2001 4:52 am | Comments

Schaffner EMC has released the FN 7000 Series of feedthrough capacitors and filters to combat conducted electrical interference both into and out of electronic components. The new series is ideally suited for high frequency applications that require "clean" power and data lines, including automation, data handling and communication technologies....

Single Chip Solution

August 13, 2001 4:52 am | Comments

California Micro Devices Corporation (CAMD) announced the PACUSB-U1/U2/U3, a USB (Universal Serial Bus) termination and filtering product, for use in PDAs, two-way pagers, and Internet appliances. This device is available in a 6-pin SC70 package format, which is significantly smaller than the 6-pin SOT23 package....

TrenchFET MOSFETs

August 13, 2001 4:52 am | Comments

A series of new TrenchFETs that set records for on-resistance in the tiny LITTLE FOOT® SC-89 and SC-75 packages were announced by Siliconix incorporated, a subsidiary of Vishay Intertechnology. The smallest MOSFETs on the market, the new devices will serve as a power-efficient replacement for the digital bipolar transistors used for simple or light-load switching in portable communications systems, computer motherboards, power supply con...

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Transient Voltage Suppressor

August 13, 2001 4:52 am | Comments

Littelfuse announced the introduction of its new Surface Mount family of TVS Avalanche Diode arrays, specifically designed to protect Analog and Digital signal lines from ESD transients. The new SP050x series is ideal for high-speed signal line protection in hand held and portable devices such as digital cameras, mobile phones, MP3 players, Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) and laptop computers....

Miniature RF Chip Inductors

August 13, 2001 4:52 am | Comments

Pulse announces the new 0402CD miniature radio frequency (RF) chip inductors designed to improve the performance of high-frequency circuits. The 0402CD chip inductors are used in tuned circuits and filters for wireless products where high Q is required. The 0402CD series features Q values ranging from 16 to 24, with excellent electrical characteristics over a wide range of radio frequencies....

Radiation Thermometers

August 13, 2001 4:52 am | Comments

Land Instruments has introduced a new range of compact infrared radiation thermometers for economical, easily implemented, non-contact temperature measurement. Collectively, the four models in the new CF Series are capable of measuring higher process temperatures from 572 to 4,532°F, achieving an accuracy of ± 0....

Audio Connectors and Cable Assemblies

August 13, 2001 4:52 am | Comments

Shogyo International Corporation now offers OEM's a versatile selection of audio connectors and cable assemblies, custom molded or in OEM assembly style, all to exact specifications. Shogyo audio cable assemblies are available with or without end terminations and durability-enhancing strain reliefs, in 18-30 gauge, single or multi wire....

Microfuse Series

August 13, 2001 4:52 am | Comments

Bel, a premier developer of fuses, LAN and telecom networking components, delay lines and thick film hybrids, has announced enhanced UL ratings for the Type MRT time-lag, radial lead, microfuse series. The UL Component Recognition now rates the MRT at 277 VAC (80 mA to 6.3 A) with an interrupting (short circuit) rating of 100 Amps, making it an excellent choice for use in specific domestic lighting ballasts....

3G Transmit Filter

August 13, 2001 4:52 am | Comments

K & L Microwave model WSF-00154 is a UMTS transmit band pass filter offering low insertion loss, excellent selectivity and high power handling 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....

Ultra-Wideband - Promise or Peril?

August 8, 2001 6:23 am | Comments

By Mitchell Lazarus Mitchell Lazarus is a partner with the firm of Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth in Arlington, Virginia. He has 17 years experience representing clients at the FCC, particularly on technical issues. He can be reached at 703-812-0440, or email Mlazarus@alum.mit.edu. Is ultra-wideband (UWB) communications the long-awaited answer to high-speed, low-cost personal-area networking? Or is it too great a threat to aviatio...

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