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Transmit filter cuts size for PCS handsets

A new, smaller film bulk acoustic resonator full-band transmit filter is now available for handsets, data cards and other wireless products operating in the US PCS frequency band.

News from Agilent Technologies, 27 February 2004

FBAR duplexer shrinks by two-thirds

The ACMD-7401 is billed as the industry's smallest film bulk acoustic resonator (FBAR) duplexer for handsets, data cards and other wireless products operating in the US PCS frequency band.

News from Agilent Technologies, 27 February 2004

Three-phase controller is precise about speed

The A8904 is a three-phase brushless DC motor controller/driver integrated circuit designed for applications where accurate control of high-speed motors is required.

News from Allegro MicroSystems Europe, 27 February 2004

Cache controller cuts processor power drain

When combined with an ARM processor, the ARM L210 Level 2 cache controller has the potential to increase performance by between 25 and 75%, extending battery life and reducing memory cost.

News from ARM, 27 February 2004

Frugal performance from LDO

Microchip's new MCP1700 low-dropout regulator offers very low operating current, delivering up to 250mA of output current, while consuming only 1.6uA of quiescent current.

News from Microchip Technology, 27 February 2004

TTPCom to integrate Matrix "user plane" feature

CPS and TTPCom have revealed plans to integrate new "user plane" Matrix high accuracy location technology into mobile handsets for the first time.

News from Cambridge Positioning Systems, 27 February 2004

Robotic setup speeds selective soldering

CIL has maintained its commitment to expansion and improved manufacturing efficiency by installing an Opus 3 selective soldering machine from Tyco.

News from CIL Custom Interconnect, 27 February 2004

Kit puts 2.4GHz wireless into games market

A new development kit enables developers of video game controllers and peripherals for gaming consoles to easily and affordably convert their devices to 2.4GHz wireless connectivity.

News from Cypress Semiconductor, 27 February 2004

Size is the key in pushbutton design win

Duraswitch licensee, Memtron Input Components has secured projects for two customers using PushGate pushbutton technology for forklift controls.

News from Duraswitch, 27 February 2004

Rotary switches feature quarter-inch shafts

Machines often receive rough treatment, and so Grayhill offers the option of a meaty 0.25in-thick shaft size on several of its multi- and single-deck rotary switches.

News from EAO, 27 February 2004

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