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Compact, efficient SBC offers 14nm Intel Core options

Compact, efficient SBC offers 14nm Intel Core options
IBASE Technology has launched its IB909 series, a 3.5" disk size SBC with onboard 5th gen Intel Core i U-series processors. The IB909 series offers options of the Intel Core i7-5650U running 2.2GHz, the Intel Core i5-5350U processor (1.8GHz) and the Intel Core i3-5010U processor (2.1GHz), manufactured on 14nm process technology.
26th March 2015

COM Express module targets high-performance embedded

COM Express module targets high-performance embedded
ACROSSER Technology has unveiled the product video for its COM Express Type 6 module, ACM-B6360. This embedded board features 3rd gen Intel Core i7 Processor with QM77 chipset, targeting the performance-based niche market. For laboratory device applications, ACM-B6360 is a steady COM-E module that delivers reliable performance even in demanding environments.
26th March 2015

Linear modulator driver targets 400G long haul applications

M/A-COM Technology Solutions has announced a wideband quad channel linear modulator driver with 46Gbaud capability to support 200G and 400G ultra-long haul applications. The MAOM-003418 enables system designers to address the growing demand for higher data rates and greater bandwidth in the long haul network.
26th March 2015


100GE & 128GFC optical transceiver technologies demonstrated

Optical transceiver technologies designed for next generation data centre and enterprise storage applications have been demonstrated by Avago Technologies at OFC 2015.
25th March 2015

The 'industry’s lowest' power 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4F MCUs

The 'industry’s lowest' power 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4F MCUs
The industry’s lowest power 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4F MCUs have been released by Texas Instruments. The 48MHz MSP432 MCU family consume only 95µA/MHz in active power and 850nA in standby power. A high-speed 14-bit 1MSPS ADC, further optimises power efficiency and performance.
25th March 2015

FPGA-based solutions provide intelligent vision

FPGA-based solutions provide intelligent vision
  Based on Eutecus' MVE video and fusion analytics technology and Altera’s Cyclone V SoC and Enpirion PowerSoC devices, Altera and Eutecus announce the ReCo-Pro Multi-channel HD Video Analytics platform for intelligent lighting, traffic monitoring and building security.
25th March 2015

VCSEL driver & TIA/Limiting amplifier suit 100G applications

A four-channel 25.78G/28.05G VCSEL driver and a TIA/Limiting amplifier have been introduced by M/A-COM Technology Solutions. Both the MALD-37045 driver and the MATA-37044 amplifier feature integrated Clock Data Recovery (CDR) functionality for use as a complete transmit and receive solution for optical modules and on-board optical engines.
25th March 2015

HD & UltraHD cable chipsets optimised for Chinese market

STMicroelectronics has announced that its Palma HD cable chipsets and its Cannes/Monaco family of UltraHD Devices have been optimised for iPanel's middleware range. The solutions will allow Chinese cable operators to broadcast high-quality HD and UltraHD content and deliver a range of value-added services, including interactive TV shopping, education services, and banner advertisements.
25th March 2015

'Industry’s first' linear EML driver for 400Gb/s applications

M/A-COM Technology Solutions has announced the newest additions to its portfolio of drivers for 100Gb/s and beyond Ethernet applications. The MAOM-003115 is a very compact and high bandwidth linear EML driver which can deliver up to 2Vpp single-ended output. This surface mount device offers variable gain control and excellent linearity over the operating range.
25th March 2015

IF relay XMC modifies up to 34 signals

IF relay XMC modifies up to 34 signals
An adaptive IF relay XMC with a Virtex-6 FPGA has been introduced by Pentek. The 71624, which expands the company’s Cobalt line, accepts two IF analogue input channels, modifies up to 34 signals, and then delivers them to two analogue IF outputs. Any signal within each IF band can be independently enabled or disabled, and changed in both frequency and amplitude as it passes through the module.
24th March 2015


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