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Content posted in October 2010
Gamma Correction: what to know, and why it’s as important as ever
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10/31/2010   8 comments
Understand the role and continued need for this image-color correction technique, born in the early days of the CRT display
"Also of Interest" and "Elementals" for November 1, 2010
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10/29/2010   1 comment
Check out these interesting and tutorial items from other engineering and design publications, courtesy of "Planet Analog", as well as an archive of the "Planet Analog" Newsletter
Audio hub codec enables HD audio in portable apps
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10/27/2010   Post a comment
The WM8958 audio hub solution from Wolfson Microelectronics is designed to help bring high-definition (HD) audio to the next generation of portable multimedia devices.
High-definition PC audio codecs offer 3-state Class-D modulation, extend battery life
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10/26/2010   Post a comment
Integrated Device Technology is claiming the world's first family of high-definition PC audio codecs to feature the DDX-based class-D modulation technology developed by Apogee Technology.
Power-efficient audio codec targets consumer electronics devices
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10/26/2010   Post a comment
Conexant Systems, Inc., has introduced a new power-efficient stereo audio codec targeted at consumer electronics products including mobile Internet devices, smartbooks, and Web tablets.
"Also of Interest" and "Elementals" for Oct. 25, 2010
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10/22/2010   Post a comment
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Haptic module adds touch, sound to flat panels
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10/20/2010   Post a comment
NXT has launched a 15x10mm control module that, in combination with two 0.5W moving coil transducers, adds haptic touch to a flat panel whilst simultaneously turning the panel into a loudspeaker.
Active filters: Make those inductors vanish using savvy scaling
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10/19/2010   Post a comment
In this ongoing series, the Filter Wizard looks at impedance scaling and the Bruton Transform
Applying advanced analog and digital techniques to long video-cable equalization
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10/18/2010   4 comments
Understand why equalization is needed for long cables carrying video-bandwidth sigals and the challenges of providing it, as well as a new approach
SIGNAL CHAIN BASICS #46: Basics of clock jitter specifications in high-speed links (Part I)
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10/11/2010   6 comments
Understand this critical spec and its implications on link budget and other TX/RX aspects
Maxim Integrated Products' MAX9613/MAX9615 op amps
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10/8/2010   Post a comment
Maxim's new rail-to-rail operational amplifiers include a unique self-calibration feature that automatically compensates for errors generated over time or by temperature changes.
Low-power stereo audio codec delivers high performance
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10/6/2010   Post a comment
Aimed at mobile multimedia applications, AKM Semiconductor's AK4953A 24-bit low-power stereo audio codec is offered as featuring the industry’s best performance to power ratio.
Intersil TW3801 TW3811 ISL59601
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10/4/2010   Post a comment
Intersil rolls new video solutions, the TW3801 camera modem PHY, the TW3811 receiver modem PHY and the ISL59601 equalizer.
Jitter attenuation 101: How do you pick the right PLL bandwidth?
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10/4/2010   3 comments
Understand the factors which affect phase-lock loop jitter and the interaction between them




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