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GaAs pHEMTprocess technology provides higher gain/bandwidth

A GaAs (Gallium Arsenide ) pHEMT (pseudomorphic high electron mobility transistor) process technology, which provides higher gain/bandwidth and lower power consumption than competing semiconductor processes, has been introduced by Qorvo. The TQPHT09 is a 90nm pHEMT process that supports the company’s next-gen optical product portfolio. This process is suitable for next-gen high frequency, high performance amplifiers required for 100G+ linear applications.
27th March 2015

Drivers & TIAs enable next-gen optical networks

Optical transport products, designed for long haul, metro and data centre applications, have been released by Qorvo. The portfolio is comprised of three drivers and two Transimpedance Amplifiers (TIA), which deliver multi-channel and low power consumption options that reduce cost, enable outstanding channel-to-channel isolation while shrinking product form factor, and maximise integration and signal fidelity for network equipment manufacturers. 
27th March 2015

SCB & computing box target industrial & IoT markets

An SBC and a computing box, powered by the TI Sitara AM3352 Cortex-A8 1GHz processor, have been released by Advantech. Equipped with 512MB of DDR3 memory and 4GB flash ROM onboard, the RSB-4220 SBC and the UBC-FA30 computing box are suited the industrial and IoT markets. 
27th March 2015


Gigabit Ethernet switches feature 24 ports

Gigabit Ethernet switches feature 24 ports
A family of gigabit Ethernet switches, which feature up to 24 10/100/1000Mb/s copper twisted pair ports and two SFP sockets, has been introduced by Diamond Systems. The Epsilon-24000 managed Layer 2+ Ethernet switch modules are offered in a PC/104 form factor measuring 96x116mm.
27th March 2015

Custom video processor suite enables field applications

As high resolution cameras and displays spread to medical, AV, events, military and telecomms applications, the need for practical, real world video processing solutions has grown. Simultaneously, FPGA processing capacity has grown to allow more ambitious designs. Omnitek provides off-the-shelf and bespoke designs for video equipment manufacturers, allowing them to focus on USPs without needing expensive R&D teams.
27th March 2015

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


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