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IC+202 Allied Electronics, Inc. EMERSON NETWORK POWER Not Provided Filter, Noise; 2.5 A; 240 VAC; 47 to 63 Hz; 0.5 ns (Max.); 45000 A; #6
IC+207 Allied Electronics, Inc. EMERSON NETWORK POWER Not Provided Filter, Noise; 7.5 A; 240 VAC; 47 to 63 Hz; 0.5 ns (Max.); 45000 A; #8
IC+230 Allied Electronics, Inc. EMERSON NETWORK POWER Not Provided Filter, Noise; 30 A; 240 VAC; 47 to 63 Hz; 0.5 ns (Max.); 45000 A; Flange Mount
IC220EBI002 Radwell General Electric Not Provided VERSAPOINT ETHERNET STANDARD NETWORK INTERFACE UNI
IC220EBI002 Radwell Ge Fanuc Not Provided VERSAPOINT ETHERNET STANDARD NETWORK INTERFACE UNI
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    An Integrated Circuit chip manufacturer needs to verify performance of large shipments of IC chips before delivering them to their customer, a company that builds network systems. They need to test the Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR), the bit error rate, and other key IC chip performance parameters
  • MICRO: Wafer Handling and Fab Automation - Pisa (October 2000)
    . Productivity improvements realized by independent device manufacturers and foundries are measured in functions per dollar, numbers of transistors per unit area of silicon, or reduced manufacturing costs. Historically, three key factors have combined (albeit at different rates) to improve IC
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    stories containing market forecasts and rankings from IC Insights Inc., iSuppli Corp., Gartner Inc., VLSI Research Inc., Semico Research Corp., and The Information Network. Neah migrating fuel cell process to 200-mm Micro fuel-cell developer Neah Power Systems announced plans to expand the research
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    in the electronics industry took a new twist Aug. 10, as criminal indictments were re-filed against Avanti Corp. and four of its employees, including Gerry Hsu, president and chief executive officer. The Avanti employees are accused of stealing IC layout code and algorithms from Cadence Design Systems
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Startup looks to handle back-end IC production at wafer level A low-profile probe-card company has unveiled a new process it claims will consolidate entrenched, time-consuming test and packaging methods, slash costs and bring Moore's Law-type scaling to the back end of semiconductor manufacturing
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    outsourcer achieves ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 Analog/mixed-signal IC maker Semtech acquires U.K. company Cirrus Logic sues SigmaTel, alleging patent infringement IMP lays off 14% of workforce following CEO's resignation Alpha expands GaAs IC facilities, eying 6-inch production Komatsu installs 2-kHz
  • Stress-free strain gaging
    Signal-conditioning IC simplifies strain-gage bridge sensor setup. Strain-gage sensors are used in many applications including manufacturing, process control, and research. They convert strain into an electrical signal for use in pressure sensors, weight, force, and torque measurements
  • MICRO: Wafer Handling and Fab Automation - Pisa (October 2000)
    at different rates) to improve IC manufacturing output by 25 30% per year: The IC industry faces the challenge of lifting 300-mm volume manufacturing up to current manufacturing standards and beyond. The new 300-mm fabs will have to match the performance of today's world-class 200-mm fabs, which
  • Society for Information Display New Products March 2002
    Seiko Announces Three-channel White-LED Driver IC Torrance, California, March 27, 2002 - Seiko Instruments introduced today the S-8813 Series three-channel white-LED driver IC. The S-8813 is a CMOS charge-pump IC with a built-in constant-current circuit. The ultra-small SON10 package
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    . Mosel-Vitelic files complaint against Hitachi and Elpida Mosel-Vitelic of Taiwan this week filed a complaint at the U.S. International Trade Commission charging that Hitachi Ltd. and Elpdia Memory Inc. had infringed certain patents on DRAM and flash memory. Consumer IC market to reach $15.7 billion

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