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2.4 GHz industrial wireless Ethernet products for M2M data communications
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4/29/2010   Post a comment
AvaLAN Wireless Systems, Inc., a provider of outdoor long-range industrial wireless Ethernet products, announces a secure, robust 2.4-GHz solution offering 38 non-overlapping independent operating channels.
TI unveils lowest power JFET-input audio operational amplifiers
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4/29/2010   Post a comment
Extending its Burr-Brown Audio line, Texas Instruments has introduced a family of JFET-input op amps featuring ultra-low noise and distortion to maximize audio system quality and performance.
Motor control gets tangible attention at ESC, and an award
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4/28/2010   Post a comment
Sophisticated embedded designs tackle motion control, and at relatively low cost. . . . .Bill Schweber, Planet Analog Editor
1-GSPS quad DAC yields design efficiency in wireless base stations
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4/27/2010   Post a comment
ADI says its 1-GSPS quad-channel DAC is an industry-first at this speed and integration level, and reduces PCB area by 20 percent compared to dual-channel options.
Fasten your seatbelt: go for a 32-GHz real-time, analog-bandwidth, oscilloscope ride
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4/27/2010   Post a comment
Agilent Infiniium 90000 X-Series family features 10 models (16 to 32 GHz); extremely low noise and jitter; sophisticated probe system; 40 application packages
ESC - Wi2Wi introduces industrial temp WLAN-Bluetooth module
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4/27/2010   Post a comment
The W2CBW009Di industrial temp WLAN-Bluetooth module from Wi2Wi measures a mere 16mm x 16mm x 2.1mm and operates in temps of -40C to +85C.
Four automotive converters fit in a 25mm² IC
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4/26/2010   Post a comment
Maxim has announced an automotive-grade PMIC with two DC-DC converters, two LDO regulators, and a power-good reset output for voltage monitoring-all in a 5mm x 5mm footprint.
Vitesse expands broadcast video IC line
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4/26/2010   Post a comment
Vitesse recently expanded its broadcast video IC portfolio with what it claims is the industry's highest performance, lowest power, smallest footprint crosspoint switch.
Controller safeguards low voltage electronics from input power surges
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4/26/2010   Post a comment
Linear Technology has introduced the LTC4361, a 2.5V to 5.5V overvoltage and overcurrent protection controller designed to safeguard low voltage, portable electronics from damaging input voltage transients and current surges.
"Golden Gloves" A/D Converter Match: Successive-approximation register vs. sigma-delta topology
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4/26/2010   6 comments
The authors compare two successful ADC architectures to see which is "better" and why
"Also of Interest" and "Elementals" for April 26, 2010; plus recent "Planet Analog" Newsletters
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4/24/2010   Post a 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
Analog transducers replacing limit switches: good and bad news
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4/23/2010   4 comments
The basic on/off limit switch is being supplanted by the more sophisticated and capable transducer, but I wonder and worry. . . . .
Bill Schweber, Planet Analog Editor
Dongbu HiTek rolls BCDMOS PDK
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4/22/2010   Post a comment
South Korean analog foundry vendor Dongbu HiTek has rolled out what it calls a Low Vgs BCDMOS process design kit (PDK).
Audio/video clock generator needs no external clock conditioning
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4/21/2010   Post a comment
A new triple-rate (3G/HD/SD) audio/video clock generator from National Semiconductor Corp., eliminates the need for external clock conditioning in professional and broadcast video equipment.
USB and audio convergence enabled through analog switches
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4/21/2010   3 comments
Explore a new class of analog switches in detail and the highlights of the different optimizations that can be realized in the hardware.
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