Week 7 November - 13 November 2004

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Subsidiary marks Taiwan start

Showa Denko HD Trace, formerly Trace Storage Technology, has held a ceremony in Taipei, Taiwan, to mark its new start as a consolidated subsidiary of SDK.

News from SDK, 12 November 2004

Low noise and high linearity from mixer

The MAX9994 from Maxim is claimed to be the industry's highest performance, fully integrated SiGe mixer, Designed specifically for 2.5G/3G wireless-infrastructure applications.

News from Maxim Integrated Products, 12 November 2004

External devices driven directly

The Measurement Advantage USB-1096HFS provides 96 bits of high-current, logic-level digital I/O, offering 4 independent 24-bit DIO groups.

News from Measurement Computing Corp, 12 November 2004

Market focused on optical filters

Bookham has taken a significant further stride in its strategy of market diversification and the leveraging of its core optical competencies across markets by launching a new line of optical filters.

News from Bookham, 12 November 2004

MOSFETs work with full-bridge controller IC

International Rectifier has a new chipset solution for wide-range, universal telecommunications input (36 to 75V) and 48V fixed input systems.

News from International Rectifier, 12 November 2004

Power component designed into digital video

Article typeUser Application Article

Lasat has selected Fairchild's Green Power Switch (FPST) for its Digital Video Broadcast (DVB) set top boxes.

News from Fairchild Semiconductor, 12 November 2004

Service hub for overnight repair in Prague

TestLink has opened a purpose-built European service hub in Prague to support the overnight repair of IT hardware and other electronic equipment for manufacturers and maintenance providers.

News from Testlink, 12 November 2004

Switches meet 1W initiative

Three new power switches address 100-250W range switch mode power supplies (SMPS) for applications such as colour televisions, DVD receivers.

News from Fairchild Semiconductor, 12 November 2004

Single board computers give rugged infrastructure

SBS Technologies, a designer and manufacturer of embedded computer solutions, has announced a partnership with Autonomous Vehicle Systems LLC to demonstrate rugged SBS products.

News from SBS Technologies, 12 November 2004

Single chip technology allows rapid implementation

A stepper motor evaluation kit from AMI Semiconductor demonstrates integrated stall detection for robust motion control without sensors or software.

News from AMI Semiconductor, 12 November 2004

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