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Imsys launches IEEE 1588 development kit
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4/9/2007   Post a comment
Imsys Technologies has introduced a development platform for the IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol. The SNAP 1588 Development Kit hardware platform comes with an integrated timer block for clock synchronization.
Real-time clock ICs deliver low current consumption
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4/9/2007   Post a comment
Oki has developed the ML9073/ML9074 series of real-time clock (RTC) ICs with an ultra-low current consumption of 0.15 microamp, making them suitable for mobile equipment.
Clock generation devices improve timing accuracy, increase design flexibility for consumer applications
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4/9/2007   Post a comment
ON Semiconductor expanded their clock generation portfolio with PureEdge; a family of phase lock loop (PLL)-based devices. The first PureEdge devices available are the NB3N3001 and NB3N3011.
Micropower comparator supplies 400 mV reference
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4/6/2007   Post a comment
Linear Technology introduced the LT6703, a micropower comparator with a 400 mV voltage reference in a 2 x 2-mm package. The LT6703 operates with a supply voltage from 1.4 V to 18 V, making it suitable for low voltage or unregulated power supplies.
GE Fanuc rolls 2/3+ GbE switches
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4/5/2007   Post a comment
Tailored for military, telecommunications and commercial applications, GE Fanuc Embedded Systems added three products to its Neternity family of fully managed layer 2/3+ Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) switches that are the first to feature its OpenWare switch management environment.
High power density 2A battery charger targets handheld devices
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4/5/2007   Post a comment
AnalogicTech introduces a compact battery charger that offers up to 2A of charge current and reduces board space.
Ultrasound chip supports image processing, reduces power consumption
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4/2/2007   Post a comment
Analog Devices developed the AD9271, which integrates an eight-channel (octal) ultrasound receiver on a single chip. This allows medical equipment designers to reduce the size of the signal path for mobile ultrasound systems by 50% and lower power requirements by 25%.
TI launches 216-kHz stereo A/D converters with 124-dB dynamic range
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4/2/2007   Post a comment
Check out a pair of 216-kHz stereo A/D converters from TI, which claims that the dual-channel devices combine high integration with the highest dynamic range in the industry of up to 124-dB signal-to-noise ratio while still reducing power consumption by 50 percent compared to competing products.
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