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- Chip offers 6.4-kbps, real-time encryption/decryption. Kempainen, Stephen; Granville, Fran // EDN;9/26/96, Vol. 41 Issue 20, p17
Introduces Exel Microelectronics Inc.'s XL103, an integrated circuit that provides hard-wired data encryption for the Internet, modems, cellular phones, pagers and set-top boxes. Product use; Suggested market price; Ordering information.
- ST INTRODUCES 24 INDUSTRY-STANDARD SUPERVISOR CHIPS. // Electro Manufacturing;Dec2004, p1
This article reports that STMicroelectronics (STM) has introduced 24 industry standard supervisor chips, produced using a manufacturing flow that will reduce lead times to as little as four weeks, compared to the typical 12 or more weeks of processing and assembly time required by other...
- Bipolar process improves integrated inductors. // Electronic Design;7/10/95, Vol. 43 Issue 14, p28
Reports on the development of a method for manufacturing high-quallity integrated inductors using a high-speed complementary bipolar process at the bipolar foundry of AT&T Microelectronics. Requirements of very low-resistance wires and very high-resistance substrates to produce quality...
- Fujitsu unveils ATM circuit line. // Electronic News;8/30/93, Vol. 39 Issue 1978, p18
Reports on Fujitsu Microelectronics' introduction of integrated circuits aimed at the asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) market. Specification of the devices; Work on high-speed circuits; Sample pricing; Site location of beta evaluation of the devices; Dataquest forecast for the market.
- Power Design: A Game Played Across Many Fields. Morrison, David // Power Electronics Technology;Jun2005, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p8
The article focuses on the developments in the semiconductor technology. Power supply design requires a diverse blend of technologies and skills. However, the multidisciplinary nature of power supply design has other implications as well. Power supply ICs continue to become more functionally...
- POWER UP. Giles, Jim // New Scientist;10/07/2000, Vol. 168 Issue 2259, p40
Reports on computer chip manufacturers that are reaching their limits as to how small they can design computer chips. Limits of the miniaturization of transistors; Discussion of alternatives to silicon technology, including molecular or quantum computers. Why computer chips are not...
- PENTIUM 4 RACES TO 2 GHZ. Mainelli, Tom // PC World;Oct2001, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p28
Reports on the development of a 2 GHz central processing unit by Intel. Cost of the Pentium 4 microchip; Competition from AMD's 1.4 GHz Athlon chip; Performance comparison between the two chips.
- Synopsys Yield Explorer supports volume diagnostics analysis. // Test & Measurement World;Apr2009, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p14
The article reports on the new technology invented by Synopsys Inc. for the integrated circuits industry in the U.S. The company has launched a yield-management product that hastens the discovery and mitigation of yield limiters in integrated circuits. The graphics user interface (GUI) of the...
- Calling Dick Tracy. // Newsweek;5/17/1999, Vol. 133 Issue 20, p83
States that Bell Labs developed radio components that could make cell phones of 1999 smaller. Image of a miniaturized microphone; How it is built on a silicon chip.