An Electronicstalk guide
Start with the news release QDR and DDR SRAMs for reducing power consumption from Cypress Semiconductor, which we summarised at the time by saying "Cypress Semiconductor has announced Quad Data Rate (QDR) and Double Data Rate (DDR) SRAMs at 36-Mbit and 18-Mbit densities, for networking use in medical imaging and military signal-processing.". Several months prior to that, we featured the news release High slew-rate option for power supplies from Magna-Power Electronics: "Power supply expert Magna-Power Electronics has released a high slew-rate output option to meet the demands of fast-performance DC applications such as battery charging and photovoltaic emulation.".
In December 2010, we covered the news from Maxim Integrated Products - take a look at VGA for wireless infrastructure transceivers which says: "Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX2062, a fully programmable, multistate, dual-channel, analogue and digital IF/RF variable-gain amplifier suitable for automatic gain control circuits.".
Take a look also at the news release from Allegro Microsystems, Sensor IC withstands harsh automotive environments, as well as Rugged wire cable system allows for blind mating from Samtec, and Tektronix offers architecture for PCI Express 3.0 from Tektronix.
SPEC Pak enables environmental connections (December 2010)
APP has released the SPEC Pak (Sealed Power For Environmental Connections) connector series for use wherever a rugged or waterproof high-power signal and ground interconnect solution is required.
FPGA-based frame grabbers for image acquisition (December 2010)
Stemmer Imaging can now offer what are said to be the world's fastest FPGA-based Cameralink frame grabbers from Silicon Software, which are suited as an OEM solution for image acquisition.
AC/DC power supplies suit harsh environments (December 2010)
XP Power has unveiled the ECC100 series 100W single-output, baseplate-cooled AC/DC power supplies targeted at outdoor applications such as wireless communications, lighting and information displays.
Logic analyser and signal generator in one package (December 2010)
Saelig has introduced Scanalogic2, a compact, PC-based, four-channel logic analyser and signal generator in a single economical package.
TFT LCD targets display instrument applications (December 2010)
Saelig has introduced SGD 24-M, a customisable, high-contrast 2.4in TFT LCD colour display with built-in touch screen, dual analogue inputs and alarm outputs to suit a range of display instruments.
Bench-top oscilloscopes ideal for students (December 2010)
Saelig has launched two bench-top oscilloscopes - PDS8102T and PDS8202T - that are suitable for design, maintenance and laboratory use.
Precision USB oscilloscope for scientific use (December 2010)
Saelig has introduced the PS4227, a two-channel 100MHz precision USB oscilloscope with a real-time sampling rate of 250MSa/s that is suitable for general, scientific and field-service use.
CMOS logic devices suited for mobile phones (December 2010)
Diodes Incorporated has released new versions of its 74LVC1GXX and 74LVCE1GXX CMOS logic ranges in DFN1410 packages for mobile phones, smart phones and tablet computers.
- Highland launches analogue signal digitiser
Precision analogue instrumentation specialist Highland Technology has added the V490 analogue signal digitiser to its range of VME data acquisition modules.
- Analogue signal generator analyses DME signals
Rohde and Schwarz has launched options that enable manufacturers and operators of aeronautical radio navigation systems to test distance-measurement equipment with flexibility and precision.
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