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Clear Logic now offers a comprehensive web-based capability to provide simulation models for its CL10K family of link-configured ASICs. Designers of Clear Logic ASICs use programmable FPGAs from Altera
Clear Logic has announced that it has successfully applied its link-configuration technology to yet another Altera programmable device family. The company claims its new CL3000A family of laser-processed
GHz Technology, a leading supplier of RF and microwave power transistors for application-specific requirements, and Lucent Technologies Microelectronics Group, have announced an agreement to develop and
Ramtron is offering its FM24C256 256 Kb two-wire interface ferroelectric random access memory (FRAM). FRAM operates like random access memories, while also supplying nonvolatile storage. With its superior
Micrel is expanding its family of industry-leading low-voltage, low noise µCap low-dropout (LDO) regulators with a pair of 150 mA devices ideal for driving RF circuitry in cellphones, among others.
Micrel Semiconductor has developed a two-zone thermal supervisor IC for thermal management using embedded thermal diodes such as those found in Intel's Pentium III CPU.
The MIC284 is part of a growing
Two high-speed, low-power operation amplifiers - the MIC911 and MIC914, drawing only 1,25 mA each - have been developed by Micrel Semiconductor to drive very high-capacitance loads. Adding to Micrel's
Micrel has shrunk its industry-standard quad USB power switches to fit into a narrow 150 mil SOIC package while boosting performance of all four channels. The MIC2027 and MIC2077 are functionally and
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