Week 29 August - 4 September 2004

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EMS provider expands into Germany

Advanced Input Systems is expanding its European presence with a new office for Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

News from Advanced Input Systems, 3 September 2004

Novel laser sensor boosts mouse performance

Article typeUser Application Article

A revolutionary laser navigation sensor is the key component inside the newest mouse from Logitech.

News from Agilent Technologies, 3 September 2004

Compact PVR box on show in Amsterdam

Amino Communications will debut the smallest IPTV set-top box with integral personal video recorder at IBC in Amsterdam on 10th September.

News from Amino Communications, 3 September 2004

Cores set for automotive applications

AMI Semiconductor has selected the ARM architecture for a new range of programmable automotive electronics solutions.

News from ARM, 3 September 2004

Software cleans up retrofit hands-free system

Article typeUser Application Article

Siemens VDO Trading is using SoundClear ATS5500 software in its Dayton CIX 3000 Blue Bluetooth hands-free automotive installation kit for retrofitting.

News from Acoustic Technologies, 3 September 2004

Seminars tackle system-level methodologies

Aldec is to host a five-city seminar series on system-level methodologies.

News from Aldec, 3 September 2004

Generator answers Dolby Digital test demands

The OPT-2711 Dolby Digital generator has been added to the Audio Precision range of audio analysis systems, available exclusively in the UK from TTi (Thurlby Thandar Instruments).

News from TTi (Thurlby Thandar Instruments), 3 September 2004

Video filter has the whole in one

The FMS6407 is billed as the only video filter/driver offering the combined functionality of high definition (HD), progressive scan (PS) and standard definition (SD) filters - all in one chip.

News from Fairchild Semiconductor, 3 September 2004

GSA confirms 109 Edge networks in 65 countries

New research from the GSA confirms that there are 109 network operators in 65 countries who are committed to deploy Edge for delivery of next generation mobile multimedia services.

News from GSA - Global Mobile Suppliers Association, 3 September 2004

Programmable system chips take Sonet onboard

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Lucent Technologies is using the ORSO82G5 and ORSO42G5 field programmable system chips in its next generation CBX 3500 multiservice edge switch.

News from Lattice Semiconductor UK, 3 September 2004

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