Week 28 March - 3 April 2004

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Circuit breakers aid reliability

The E-T-A range of DIN-rail circuit breakers is claimed to significantly improve equipment reliability while reducing down time.

News from Aerco, 2 April 2004

Processor family gains microkernel and IDE support

Green Hills Software and Analog Devices have begun a multiyear roadmap of product integrations that includes support for the Velosity microkernel and the Multi IDE for the Blackfin processor family.

News from Analog Devices, 2 April 2004

Award for high-speed op amp

Analog Devices has won the EDN 2003 Innovation of the Year Award in the analogue ICs category with its high-speed operational amplifier, the AD8099.

News from Analog Devices, 2 April 2004

Software wins automotive award

The Editors of Automotive Engineering International presented Ansoft with an AEI Tech 2004 Award at the Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress last month.

News from Ansoft Corporation Europe, 2 April 2004

Budget models accelerate shrink to eighth bricks

Five new low-cost 25/20A isolated eighth-brick DC/DC convertors are set to accelerate design migration from standard quarter-brick form factors.

News from Artesyn Technologies, 2 April 2004

First Bluetooth headset qualified to new standard

Article typeUser Application Article

BlueCore silicon is enabling GN Netcom to achieve qualification of the industry's first Bluetooth v1.2 headset.

News from Cambridge Silicon Radio, 2 April 2004

Another hat in the ring

Article typeTechnical Background Article

Structured ASICs offer a new option for designers needing to provide digital signal processing functions, says Doug Bailey, VP Sales and Marketing at ChipX.

News from ChipX, 2 April 2004

Stencils claim superior print performance

Designed to optimise flexibility, performance and resilience, DEK's new VectorGuard stencil drives further the advance in Direkt Imaging's technology.

News from DEK, 2 April 2004

Cambridge Consultants sells off ZigBee expertise

Ember Corp has purchased one of the world's deepest portfolios of 802.15.4 radio frequency IC technology from Cambridge Consultants and hired the engineering team that developed it.

News from Ember Europe, 2 April 2004

Big guns line up for electronics forum

The programme for the Future Horizons 13th Annual International Electronics Forum will feature some of the electronics industries most senior figures.

News from Future Horizons, 2 April 2004

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