Chrontel’s new CH7510 is a timing controller (T-CON) used in display panels to convert DisplayPort input signals into mini-LVDS outputs that directly drive row and column pixel data on LCDs. The new CH7511 is used in notebook computers to convert DisplayPort input signals into LVDS, which is still widely used to drive video signals across the notebook’s hinge to the computer... Read more...More Product Announcements from Karl Kruse GmbH & Co. KG
Microchip Expands Serial SRAMs With Industry’s Largest and Fastest
Devices at 1 Mbit Densities and 80 Mbps Speeds; First at 5V Operation
Also Debuts Non-Volatile, Battery-Backed Serial SRAMs at Significantly Lower Cost Than
Any Other Non-Volatile SRAM, FRAM or Parallel SRAM; Available in 8-pin Packages Read more...