An Electronicstalk guide
Start with the news release Connect adds to synchronous communications range from Connect Tech, which we summarised at the time by saying "Connect Tech has added the Comsync/PCI-104 to its synchronous communications product line. ". Several months prior to that, we featured the news release Timing and synchronisation for Ethernet line cards from Zarlink Semiconductor: "Single-chip Gigabit Ethernet line card synchroniser allows service providers to seamlessly and economically deliver time-critical applications over packet-based networks.".
In May 2006, we covered the news from Intersil - take a look at Front end is comprehensive video digitiser which says: "A triple-channel 8bit video analogue front end incorporates all the functions required to digitise YPbPr video signals and RGB graphics signals from DVD players, VCRs, set-top boxes and PCs. ".
Take a look also at the news release from Sealevel Systems, Four-port card enhances serial communications, as well as Digital switch chip aims for VoIP expansion from Zarlink Semiconductor, and Digital PLL shrinks for optical line cards from Zarlink Semiconductor.
Digital timing chips for networking equipment (November 2004)
Zarlink Semiconductor has expanded its portfolio with the ZL30109 device, a new DPLL that delivers added flexibility and carrier-class performance for broadband equipment.
Digital PLLs claim carrier-class performance (June 2004)
Two new digital PLLs for timing cards enable carrier-class reliability and performance in proprietary and standardised networking system architectures, including H.110 and Advanced TCA.
TDM switching family integrates Stratum 3 timing (February 2004)
A new family of nine low- to mid-density TDM/TSI switches features the industry's widest range of programmable and integrated features.
World's fastest claims for analogue front ends (October 2003)
The X98000 family of high-speed analogue front ends (AFEs) is designed for high-resolution flat-panel monitors, LCD projectors and high-definition televisions.
Front ends boost hi-res monitor performance (April 2003)
Two new high-speed analogue front ends offer new levels of high resolution video performance for UXGA monitor applications.
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