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Dual-channel drivers boast uniform LED intensity

A new family of two-channel, adaptable dual-gain 1-1.5x charge pump current regulators are ideal for white LED backlighting for small LCD displays or photo flash applications.

News from Arques Technology, 24 September 2004

USB-interface programmer claims universal coverage

A new universal device programmer is compatible with thousands of devices from 8-pin SOICs to 68-pin PLCCs via 64 independent pin drivers.

News from Atomic Programming, 24 September 2004

H.264 decoder runs on digital media processor

Ateme has produced a version of its H.264 decoder for embedded platforms, complementing the PC version released in June.

News from Ateme, 24 September 2004

USB interfaces speed PowerPC development

A new range of USB-based interfaces aim to speed up the development and debugging of systems based on the Freescale PowerPC and ColdFire families.

News from Computer Solutions, 24 September 2004

Structured ASICs to feature at MIT showcase

eASIC Corp has been chosen to present at the Emerging Technologies Conference Showcase, organised by Technology Review on MIT's campus, on 29th and 30th September 2004.

News from eASIC Corp, 24 September 2004

Nanophosphor project gains DTI funding

Forge Europa is to lead a GBP 1.27 million project to develop nanophosphors for displays and lighting applications which has attracted in excess of GBP 500,000 of funding from the DTI.

News from Forge Europa, 24 September 2004

Technology panels focus on embedded solutions

Ten technology panels will be held at GSPx - the international embedded solutions event.

News from Global Technology Conferences, 24 September 2004

Novel HMI technology can be built on any surface

A new type of human-machine interface based on patented optoelectronic technology makes it possible for any surface to be interactive.

News from H2i Technologies, 24 September 2004

Model-driven development speeds handler design

Article typeUser Application Article

German semiconductor equipment manufacturer and market leader in gravity and MEMS handling, Multitest has cut the development time of new software products in half through deploying Rhapsody.

News from I-Logix Europe, 24 September 2004

DaimlerChrysler takes new route to dash design

Article typeUser Application Article

The use of Statemate with MicroC Code Generator successfully led to the design of a new instrument cluster for the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Magnum product lines.

News from I-Logix Europe, 24 September 2004

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