Week 8 August - 14 August 2004

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Microcontrollers bring cryptography onboard

Two new PIC Flash microcontrollers feature integrated Keeloq cryptographic peripherals, providing a complete solution for remotely controlled security systems and authentication applications.

News from Microchip Technology, 13 August 2004

Terminal tackles home networking

The EH-7105G residential terminal is designed to be an application ready platform that allows system integrators to easily link home automation, home security/surveillance and e-community/commerce.

News from Advantech (UK), 13 August 2004

Technospecs help in legal quest for gold

A monitoring and display breakthrough from Cambridge Consultants could give athletes the means to truly optimise their training and performance.

News from Cambridge Consultants, 13 August 2004

Connector range expands

Edac has seen a significant increase in demand for its V.35 series connector over recent months.

News from EDAC (Europe), 13 August 2004

Benchmarks compare networking performance

New networking benchmarks offer a chance to compare the 1.4GHz MPC7447A from Freescale Semiconductor with the 1GHz 750GX from IBM Microelectronics.

News from EEMBC, 13 August 2004

Power supplies made for CompactPCI systems

Elma Electronic has extended its support for complete cPCI enclosures and sub-racks, by launching the first of a range of low cost, high reliability AC/DC and DC/DC power supplies.

News from Elma Electronic UK, 13 August 2004

Luxeon diodes placed and soldered in one

A flexible new system is ideal for hot-bar soldering of small volumes Luxeon emitter terminals.

News from Ivas Tech, 13 August 2004

Online tool helps assess lead-free readiness

A new online, interactive tool aims to help manufacturers prepare for a Pb-free work environment.

News from Indium Corporation of America, 13 August 2004

Conference presentation available online

John Bourgoin, President and CEO of MIPS Technologies, will speak at today's B Riley and Co Investor Conference in New York.

News from MIPS Technologies, 13 August 2004

PCB connectors to go Pb-free

ODU will convert to lead-free finish for the soldered connections on its PCB connector products this year, which means that only pure tin will be used in the finishing process.

News from ODU UK, 13 August 2004

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