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Quintplexer Boasts Low Insertion Loss

June 23, 2008 6:04 am | Comments

Providing improved power consumption and receiver sensitivity, Avago Technologies’ ACFM-7103 quintplexer boasts a a PCS Tx insertion loss of 1.9 dB typical (3.1 dB max), a PCS Rx insertion loss of 2.5 dB typical (3.6

Buck-Boost Controllers Accept Wide Input Voltage

June 20, 2008 10:39 am | Comments

Accepting an input from 3 to 75 V, the LM5118 emulated current-mode-controlled buck-boost DC/DC regulator controller from National Semiconductor well-suited for battery-powered applications where the operating voltage can vary significantly. Delivering up to 10 A, the device includes features such as a shutdown current mode, a peak efficiency of 95%, and

Digital/Mixed-signal Buck Controller Supports Intel VR11.x Designs

June 20, 2008 10:38 am | Comments

CHiL Corporation introduced the CHL8100 device, which integrates digital control techniques into a mixed-signal multiphase synchronous buck controller to offer support for core voltage and load requirements and flexibility for Intel VR11.x processors. The controller is targeted at VR designs using up to four interleaved synchronous buck phases and capable of

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Green Power Supply Outputs 12W

June 20, 2008 9:08 am | Comments

Meeting the Environmental Protection Agency’s Energy Star Level IV criteria and the new Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA) requirements, SL Power Electronics’ PW149RB Series external power supplies offers a single output range from 10 to 12 W. The CE-compliant devices has a 100-240 VAC universal input and comes in eight models ranging from 5V to

LEDs Deliver up to 2850 mcd

June 20, 2008 8:10 am | Comments

Using drive currents up to 70 mA, Vishay Intertechnology’s VLMx32 Series power surface-mount LEDs provide a luminous intensity range from 1400 to 2850 millicandelas (mcd). The PLCC 4-packaged devices offer a thermal resistance down to 290 K/W and power dissipation of up to 200 mW. The AEC-Q101-qualified LEDs have dominant wavelengths from 610 to 621 nm in amber and.

Prototyping Platform Gives Students Hands-On Experience

June 19, 2008 11:35 am | Comments

Based on LabVIEW graphical system design software, the Elvis II design and prototyping platform allows educators worldwide to provide hands-on, project-based learning with USB plug-and-play instruments and complete integration with Multisim 10.1 software for SPICE simulation. In addition, educators can use NI ELVIS II with a suite of third-party boards and curriculum resources to teach control design

Software Provides Multicore Processor Support

June 19, 2008 11:31 am | Comments

Giving multicore processor support, National Instruments’ TestStand 4.1 test management software comes with Switch Executive 3.0, which graphically specifies switch signal routes in parallel test systems. The program includes an instrument resource profile that provides graphical representation of

Reflector LED Suits Backlighing Applications

June 19, 2008 8:22 am | Osram Opto Semiconductors | Comments

Specifically designed for light guide-based back- and edge-lighting of 5” to 20” displays in high ambient light conditions, the CERAMOS Reflector LED from OSRAM Opto Semiconductors delivers 70 lumens/W at 80 mA. Suited for in-coupling into light guides as thin as 2 mm, the device has an oval out-coupling window in a ceramic package.

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Inductors Target Military Applications

June 19, 2008 7:13 am | Comments

Complying with QPL MIL-PRF-83446 (31, -32, and -33) standards, Gowanda’s MLRF3013 Series inductors target RF electronic applications in the military, aerospace, and defense communities. The phenolic-, iron-, or ferrite-cored devices are appropriate for communications applications including

MCU Family Offers 5V EMC/EMI Performance

June 19, 2008 7:05 am | Comments

To address this EMC and EMI, Freescale Semiconductor introduced a scalable microcontroller family for large appliance and industrial applications. The Flexis AC family features 8-bit devices (MC9S08AC128/96/60/48/32) and 32-bit V1 ColdFire MCUs (MCF51AC256/128) designed to provide

Five- and Seven-channel Temperature Monitors Tout High Accuracy

June 19, 2008 6:55 am | Comments

Maxim Integrated Products introduced its MAX6622/MAX6636 ±1 degree Celsius accurate, five-/seven-channel temperature sensors. The MAX6622 accurately measures its own temperature and the temperature of up to four external locations-such as CPUs, memory, GPUs, and other heat-sensitive components-while the MAX6636 measures

Inductors Work at Temperatures up to 105ºC

June 18, 2008 10:39 am | Comments

Working at temperatures up to 105°C, Grupo Premo’s Power Q12 Series power inductor offers a current range up to 25 A. The 12- × 12- × 10-mm SMT-packaged devices can handle 16 Arms and 2.5 µH

Software Features 'object oriented' GUI to create Waveforms

June 18, 2008 8:22 am | Keithley Instruments | Comments

Featuring an "object-oriented" graphical user interface (GUI), the SignalMeister 2.0 from Keithley Instruments, is a development tool that uses a click-and-drag objects-based approach, allowing RF engineers to create basic and complex waveforms using graphical objects. The GUI is optimized for 

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Power Rocker Switch Is Waterproof

June 18, 2008 8:01 am | Comments

Providing protection against dust and water up to IP55, without external PVC cap, the KND-2 Series from Phaseda, utilizes a unique internal design to comply.  The weather proof power rocker switch snaps into industry standard panel cut-out size 0.862 x 1.169” (22 x 30mm) and contains

Amplifier Covers Frequency up to 6 GHz

June 18, 2008 7:51 am | Comments

Having a frequency range from 100 MHz to 6 GHz, Crystek’s CRBAMP-100-6000 general-purpose connectorized amplifier consumes 60 mA from a 5V power supply. The RedBox device has a small signal gain of 18 dB with an output power of 17 dBm and typical noise figure of 3.50 dB with

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