An Electronicstalk guide
Start with the news release Photo IC for optical switching applications from Hamamatsu Photonics, which we summarised at the time by saying "Hamamatsu Photonics has introduced a photo IC that is designed for optical switches and provides an analogue waveform output, proportional to the intensity of incident pulsed light. ". Several months prior to that, we featured the news release Monitoring system features Nordic transceivers from Nordic Semiconductor: "Nordic Semiconductor has announced that Spantec has developed a fully comprehensive ANT+ telemedical remote monitoring system using Nordic nRF24AP2 eight-channel 2.4GHz ANT transceivers.".
In December 2010, we covered the news from Linear Technology - take a look at Linear introduces H-grade switching regulator which says: "Linear Technology has announced a H-grade step-down switching regulator for load dump and cold-crank conditions commonly found in automotive applications as well as 24V industrial supplies.".
Take a look also at the news release from RS Components, RS Components launches power supply microsite, as well as International Rectifier offers automotive MOSFETs from International Rectifier, and EASA certifies avionics unit with Altera processor from Altera.
Self-protected MOSFETs for automotive applications (December 2010)
Suiting automotive and industrial applications, Diodes Incorporated's new self-protected MOSFETs are suitable for switching inductive loads, such as motors, relays and lamps at low frequencies.
AC/DC power converters for medical applications (December 2010)
Bear's compact and rugged BP Series encapsulated AC/DC power converters are available for purchase online, simplifying OEM evaluation for commercial, industrial and medical applications.
Transducers suited to shock and vibration tests (December 2010)
Linear variable displacement transducers (LVDTs) from RDP Electronics are inherently robust and durable enough to meet the rigours of testing in situations generating vibration or shock.
1W power supplies offer efficiency of 89 per cent (December 2010)
Aimtec has broadened its product line with the addition of the AM1D-RZ series of 1W power supplies, featuring 80 models with efficiency rates up to 89 per cent and load regulation of six per cent.
Aimtec power supplies offer auto-recovery restart (December 2010)
Aimtec has launched the AM1DS-NZ series of 1W power supplies, featuring continuous short-circuit protection with auto-recovery restart and suitable for a range of applications.
Low-power network platform for harsh environments (December 2010)
Axiomtek has announced the NA-320FL, a fanless 1U compact network appliance platform with 6GB LANs that supports the low-power Intel Atom processors D510 1.66GHz with Intel ICH8M PCH chipset.
Compact linear regulator with thermal resistance (December 2010)
Linear Technology has produced a wider-temperature-range version of the LT3010, a high-voltage, micropower linear regulator for avionics, military, industrial, automotive, RF and telecom applications.
QDR and DDR SRAMs for reducing power consumption (December 2010)
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.
Optimised solutions for key Bluetooth applications
According to BrightCom, Bluetooth devices need to contain embedded stand-alone intelligence, along with software and additional processing power.
Baseband chip takes Bluetooth applications onboard
Alcatel and TTPCom have combined to release embedded stack Bluetooth solutions for headset and cellular applications.
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