- TDK-Lambda’s NVM175 power supplies meet latest medical approvals
- NXP Cortex-M0 micros get more memory and package options
- ip.access releases next generation management tools for small cell layer
- Molex Picoflex connectors now available from TTI
- Second generation microscopy cameras now controlled via on-camera buttons
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Monthly Archives: October 2011
Mouser has signed a global distribution agreement with ultra-low-power (ULP) RF specialist Nordic Semiconductor.
UK distributor Solid State Supplies has appointed Colin Jacobs as director of business development. Jacobs, who started his career in electronic components with the Memec Group, joins Solid State Supplies after 6 years as European Business Development Director for Acal … Continue reading
EnSilica has launched the eSi-RISC Development Suite v2.5, a new version of its complete development environment for evaluating the EnSilica family of eSi-RISC highly configurable and low-power soft processor cores and the development of embedded applications. The eSi-RISC Development Suite … Continue reading
Austriamicrosystems has announced the AS1130, which it claims is the most advanced and smallest dotmatrix LED driver (channels vs. PCB space) available. The AS1130 drives 132 LEDs but requires only 5 mm² PCB space, reduces external component count, allows use … Continue reading
Carlo Gavazzi has introduced a gateway logger device that integrates with EoS Array – its complete solution for control, protection and monitoring of grid-connected solar photovoltaic (PV) plants.
Wolfson Microelectronics has developed a new all-digital audio solution with the launch of the WM8996, its latest Audio Hub and the WM9082 Class-D digital input speaker amplifier. Aimed at the smartphone and tablet PC market, the device provides designers with … Continue reading
HCD, the Letchworth, UK-based contract electronics manufacturer, is well aware that the combined effects of deep recession followed by a faster-than-expected recovery and the tragic tsunami in Japan have made sourcing some components challenging. A further complication is the proliferation … Continue reading