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Harwin M300 EETImes Europe third page Dec 14.qxd Russian coms IC based on Imagination Warrior core Imagination Technologies has disclosed an IP design-in with its MIPS Warrior Pclass High Reliability Performance to 10 Amps - Extremes of temperature -65 to +175ºC - Four finger contact ensures connectivity in high vibration environments - Up to 1,000 operations - Jackscrew security system - Small PCB footprint For technical specifications go to: www.harwin.com/M300 CPU in the Baikal-T1 communications processor from Baikal Electronics. The processor targets telecommunications, industrial automation and embedded systems. The multi-core processor from Baikal Electronics, a Russian fabless IC company, integrates Imagination’s latest MIPS Warrior Pclass P5600 CPU. Baikal created the Baikal-T1 with a focus on versatility, high operating frequency and low power consumption. The MIPS P5600 CPU is based on a wide issue, deeply out-of-order (OoO) implementation of the MIPS32 architecture, supporting up to six cores in a single cluster with high performance cache coherency. It achieves a leading CoreMark/MHz score per core for licensable CPU IP. Baikal Electronics www.baikalelectronics.ru GaN power transistors widen performance range Efficient Power Conversion Corporation (EPC) has introduced two eGaN FETs to raise the bar for power conversion performance in a variety of applications including DC-DC converters, synchronous rectification in DC/DC and AC/DC converters, motor drives, LED lighting, and industrial automation. The products have a maximum operating temperature of 150°C and pulsed currents capabilities of 200 A (150 V EPC2034) and 140 A (EPC2033) and expand EPC’s family of ‘Relaxed Pitch’ devices featuring a 1 mm ball pitch. The wider pitch allows for placement of additional and larger vias under the device to enable high current carrying capability despite the 2.6x4.6mm footprint. Efficient Power Conversion Corporation (EPC) www.epc-co.com Silicon SPDT switch delivers fast settling times Analog Devices, Inc., has introduced an absorptive single-pole, double-throw (SPDT) switch specified for the 9-KHz to 13-GHz frequency band, with high isolation of 48 dB and low insertion-loss of 0.6 dB at 8-GHz operation. The HMC1118LP3DE is the first offering within ADI’s new RF and microwave control product portfolio to exhibit the inherent advantages of silicon process technology, which offers critical advantages compared with legacy GaAs (galliumarsenide) RF switches. The advantages include a settling time that is one hundred times faster than GaAs, robust ESD (electro-static discharge) protection (2000 V vs. 250 V compared to GaAs), and the ability to extend the switch’s low frequency-end one thousand times lower than GaAs while maintaining high linearity. The HMC1118LP3DE also offers industry-leading RF power handling of 4 W in through and 0.5 W in hot-switching operating modes. The HMC1118LP3DE is optimized for high-isolation and extremely flat transfer characteristics up to 13 GHz. Analog Devices, Inc. www.analog.com IR emitter targets oximeter detector applications Everlight Electronics Co., Ltd. has introduced an infrared emitting diode in a miniature SMD package, IRR60- 48C/TR8, and a high speed, high sensitive PIN photodiode, PD60-48C/ TR8, both sized 6x4.8x1.1mm for oximeter detector applications. According to past experience, red 660 nm together with infrared 905 nm appear best to detect the oxygenation of the blood which provides accurate diagnosis on oximeters. Everlight’s IRR60-48C/TR8, together with PD60-48C/TR8, feature such unique optimized wavelengths of red 660 nm and infrared 905 nm, enabling a most accurate oximeter diagnosis. The infrared 905nm can also be customized upon request to 940 nm or 910 nm. Everlight Electronics Co. www.everlight.com www.electronics-eetimes.com Electronic Engineering Times Europe June 2015 47


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