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IDT announces PCIe system interconnect switches

IDT announces PCIe system interconnect switches
IDT has announced the availability of a new series of PCI Express (PCIe) system interconnect switches that provide higher levels of performance, availability and optimal resource utilisation in demanding applications. The switches, built on a new IDT architecture, are the first in the industry to support multicast and multi-root partitioning. Moreover, IDT is further enabling the adoption of PCIe as the primary systems interconnect for computing and communications applications by extending and exceeding the requirements of the PCIe standard.
15th October 2008

Microchip's Automotive Certified LIN/SAE J2602 Transceivers

Microchip's Automotive Certified LIN/SAE J2602 Transceivers
Microchip has announced the MCP2021 and MCP2022 (MCP202X) LIN/SAE J2602 transceivers. The new devices are 3rd party-LIN/J2602 approved, OEM approved, and AEC-Q100 certified to meet the stringent requirements of global automotive manufacturers worldwide. The transceivers include built-in voltage regulators and are compliant with the LIN Bus 2.0/2.1 and SAE J2602 standards, as well as the previous-generation LIN 1.X standards.
16th September 2008

National Semiconductor Introduces 3G-SDI Development Kits

National Semiconductor Introduces 3G-SDI Development Kits
National Semiconductor has introduced the industry’s first triple-rate (3G/HD/SD) serial digital interface (SDI) and video clocking daughter card development kits that maximize system performance and simplify the design of new broadcast video equipment. The two daughter cards are compatible with development kits from Altera and Xilinx and include synthesizable field-programmable gate array (FPGA) source code and the entire SDI signal path and video clocking solution together on one board. This allows designers to evaluate system performance, implement or modify FPGA source code, finalize architectures and start new designs.
10th September 2008


National Semiconductor Introduces 3G-SDI Dual SerDes

National Semiconductor Introduces  3G-SDI Dual SerDes
National Semiconductor has introduced a triple-rate (3G/HD/SD) serial digital interface (SDI), dual-channel serializer and deserializer (SerDes) transceiver. With industry-leading jitter performance and two channels of receive and transmit on a single chip, National’s LMH4345 SerDes transceiver enables engineers to reduce board space, system cost and power consumption in multi-channel broadcast video equipment. The device is well-suited for use in video routers, production switchers, video servers, format converters, video editing and modular equipment.
10th September 2008

TI introduces flexible, quad SerDes device

TI introduces flexible, quad SerDes device
Texas Instruments has introduced a four-channel serializer/deserializer (SerDes) IC that enables high-speed, bi-directional, point-to-point data transmission with up to 30 Gbps. The device has the flexibility to be configured either as a XAUI or 10 GFC transceiver. This multi-rate transceiver supports a wide data bandwidth range from 600 Mbps to 3.75 Gbps per serial lane to address design challenges in a variety of applications such as gigabit Ethernet links or backplane and front plane connections.
1st September 2008

SiGe Semiconductor Power Amplifier for Mobile WiMAX

SiGe Semiconductor Power Amplifier for Mobile WiMAX
SiGe Semiconductor has expanded its series of power amplifiers and RF front end modules with the release of the SE7262L. A 2.5GHz high-power amplifier targeted for the mobile WiMAX market, it delivers industry-leading performance while exceeding the spectral mask requirements outlined in IEEE 802.16e and WiMAX Forum specifications.
21st July 2008

Isolator Family from NVE Corp

Isolator Family from NVE Corp
NVE Corporation has announced the introduction of the IsoLoop IL500-Series of digital isolators, designed to be cost-effective optocoupler replacements. Compared to NVE’s industry-standard IL700-Series isolators, which have speeds up to 150 megabits per second, IL500-Series isolators operate at two megabits per second, offer a DC-correct design, and have an external clocking option on certain models.
9th July 2008

Intersil’s video SERDES IC eliminates data control cables while increasing signal distance

Intersil’s video SERDES IC eliminates data control cables while increasing signal distance
Intersil has introduced the ISL34340, a SERDES Interface that transports 27 bits of video data and bi-directional I2C into a single high-speed LVDS cable of up to 10 meters long. The ISL34340 is ideal for SERDES applications in video systems, industrial and medical displays and video transport in printing and security systems.
1st July 2008

Peregrine Semiconductor Expands UltraCMOS™Digital Step Attenuator Line

Peregrine Semiconductor Expands UltraCMOS™Digital Step Attenuator Line
Peregrine Semiconductor Corporation today released three new 7-bit UltraCMOS™ Digital Step Attenuators to complement its popular 50-Ohm DSA line. Building on their high-performance predecessors, along with flexible Serial and Parallel interface logic these new HaRP™-enhanced devices also offer an unprecedented serial-addressable control interface which allows the user to control up to 8 different DSAs using a common 3-wire interface bus. The new trio offers highly flexible attenuation options by covering a 31.75 dB attenuation range in 0.25 dB, 0.5 dB, or 1.0 dB steps.
18th June 2008

Analog Devices Adds Direct Conversion Receiver Solution for Next Generation Cellular And Broadband Wireless To RF Portfolio

Analog Devices Adds Direct Conversion Receiver Solution for Next Generation Cellular And Broadband Wireless To RF Portfolio
Analog Devices, Inc. continues to expand its radio frequency product portfolio, adding a new quadrature demodulator and dual gain trim amplifier for direct conversion receivers in next generation cellular 3G/4G and broadband wireless 802.16 applications. The ADL5380 demodulator is the industry’s first product capable of operating from 400 MHz to 6 GHz, which allows radio designers to apply the same device across a range of products and frequency variants. The companion AD8366 is the industry’s first dual-channel digital gain trim amplifier (DGTA) and is designed to enable, integrate and cost reduce direct conversion radio receivers. The combined two-chip solution can reduce the active component count by 60 percent within a radio design, providing considerable board area and bill of material (BOM) savings.
18th June 2008


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