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  • Super-large merger case, Infineon announced a $10 billion acquisition of Cypress

    Super-large merger case, Infineon announced a $10 billion acquisition of Cypress
    Infineon Technologies AG and Cypress Semiconductor Corp. announced today that they have signed a definitive agreement. Infineon will acquire Cypress for $23.85 per share in cash, with a total corporate value of 9 billion euros ($10 billion).
    June 4, 2019
  • General PCB guidelines for EMC compliance

    General PCB guidelines for EMC compliance
    The PCBs of information products are now high-density boards, usually 4-layer boards. As the density increases, the trend of use is a 6-layer board, which is designed to take into account the balance of performance and area.
    June 4, 2019
  • Intel, Samsung and Micron's next-generation memories are expected to enter the market next year.

    Intel, Samsung and Micron's next-generation memories are expected to enter the market next year.
    Whether it's DRAM or NAND Flash, existing memory solutions face the physical limits of shrinking processes, which means that it will be more difficult to continuously improve performance and reduce costs.
    May 22, 2019
  • Marvell announces the acquisition of Evera Semi, a wholly owned subsidiary of Glic

    Marvell announces the acquisition of Evera Semi, a wholly owned subsidiary of Glic
    Marvell announced today that it has reached a definitive agreement to acquire Avera Semiconductor, an ASIC business of Gexin.
    May 21, 2019
  • ON Semiconductor Introduces Dual Output DC/DC Converter NCP5810

    ON Semiconductor Introduces Dual Output DC/DC Converter NCP5810
    ON Semiconductor has introduced a 2 watt (W) dual output DC-DC converter NCP5810 that provides both positive and negative output voltages. The device's accurate output voltage, high switching frequency and small package make it ideal for powering display drivers for active matrix organic light-emitting diodes (active matrix OLED or AMOLED) panels for emerging display technologies in portable applications.
    May 14, 2019CMS
  • How to layout PCB

    How to layout PCB
    Recently, I worked with an intern on a non-inverting configuration OPA191 op amp with a gain of 2V/V, a load of 10kΩ, and a supply voltage of +/-15V. Figure 1 shows the schematic of the design.
    May 13, 2019CMS
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  • PCBA processing requirements to follow - patch processing plant

    PCBA processing requirements to follow - patch processing plant
    PCBA is the SMT upper part on the PCB empty board, and then through the DIP plug-in manufacturing process, it will involve many fine and complicated process flow and some sensitive components. If the operation is not standardized, it will cause process defects or components. Damage, affecting product quality and increasing processing costs. Therefore, in the PCBA chip processing, it is necessary to comply with the relevant operating rules and operate in strict accordance with the requirements. The following describes the operating rules of PCBA processing
    May 11, 2019
  • Talking about the use of MOS tube

    Talking about the use of MOS tube
    MOS tubes are commonly used in circuits such as power supplies and drivers, the main points are as follows
    May 6, 2019CMS
  • TE Connectivity (TE) Introduces M3200 Pressure Transmitter

    TE Connectivity (TE) Introduces M3200 Pressure Transmitter
    The M3200 pressure transmitter from TEConnectivity (TE), the world's leading connectivity and sensing technology company, uses advanced MicrofusedTM technology. As the newest member of the family of TE pressure transmitters, the M3200 micro-machined silicon piezoresistive strain gages with high-temperature glass and stainless steel diaphragms to create a unique pressure transmitter front end, compared to traditional products. More reliable.
    April 30, 2019
  • Nexperia Introduces New Automotive Grade Constant Current LED Driver Delivers 250mA Output Current

    Nexperia Introduces New Automotive Grade Constant Current LED Driver Delivers 250mA Output Current
    Nexperia, the global leader in discrete devices, logic devices and MOSFET devices, has introduced its family of constant current LED drivers, which add eight new AEC-Q101 compliant devices. Low power and medium power LEDs with drive currents up to 250mA. The 16V NCR32xx and 40V NCR42xx series are available in two package styles: space-saving SOT457 (SC-74) and SOT223 (SC-73); the latter provides higher power capacity up to 1,250mW.
    March 26, 2019

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