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GSA president Jodi Shelton had a different read on the data. VC money has been put on the side, but it has evaporated for all startup companies, not just semiconductor startups,” Shelton told EE Times in April. VCs will look at other sectors, but [venture capital] hasn't dried up” for chips.

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GSA president Jodi Shelton had a different read on the data. VC money has been put on the side, but it has evaporated for all startup companies, not just semiconductor startups,” Shelton told EE Times in April. VCs will look at other sectors, but [venture capital] hasn't dried up” for chips.

The ACS110 charges both NiCd (Nickel Cadmium) and NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride) battery packs for capacities from 500 mAh to 6700 mAh. A user-selectable pre-discharge option minimizes battery memory effect common with NiCd batteries by fully discharging the battery pack prior to automatically starting the charging process.

The ACS110 charging process is governed by its custom negative delta peak microcontroller. The process starts in test mode automatically detecting the size of the connected battery pack in terms of the number of cells it contains, identifying to the user whether any cells are faulty or if the battery pack is reverse connected. Once satisfied everything is in order, the charger starts the 800 mA fast charge process auto-selecting the charge requirement between 1.2 V (one cell) and 12 V (10 cells) until it is fully charged when it switches to the 80 mA trickle charge to keep it topped-up. A built-in safety timer automatically switches the charger to trickle charge should the cells fail to peak within a 10 hour period.

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The ACS110 is approved for use in the USA and Canada by CSA, in Europe with CE by GS and Australia with N-Tick. As with all ANSMANN products, the ACS110 is guaranteed for two years.

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SAN FRANCISCO—Programmable logic vendor Xilinx Inc. Tuesday (Dec. 8) launched six new development kits for Virtex-6 and Spartan-6 FPGAs as part of the company's targeted design platforms initiative. The new kits target embedded processing, DSP and the building of systems that require high-speed serial connectivity, Xilinx (San Jose, Calif.) said.

The targeted design platform concept, introduced by Xilinx in February, aims to offer customers a validated set of components—including IP cores, reference designs, design environments and other tools—that encompasses the majority of a design for various target applications. This, according to the company, allows customers to focus their time and resources on adding differentiating features.

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Each of the new kits provides a validated starting point designers can use to bring their products to market quickly while at the same time including the tools they need to ensure their time is focused on innovation,” said Brent Przybus, director of platform marketing at Xilinx, in a statement.

Each of the new kits are supported by an edition of the ISE Design Suite version 11.4, which Xilinx says delivers a 25 percent runtime reduction for Spartan-6 FPGA designs and a 30 percent runtime reduction for Virtex-6 SOC designs compared with the previous release. The kits include scalable development boards, fully functional domain specific IP cores, targeted reference designs, complete documentation and cables for starting development right out of the box, Xilinx said.

The antennas are compatible with end-user mating interfaces, such as: SMA, TNC, and slide-on SMB. Other interfaces are available at customer's request. In addition, the antennas are adaptable to a wide range of COTS or proprietary antenna elements.

Typical applications for the company's active and passive GPS antennas include hand-held communication devices and two-way radios; GPS tracking communication devices; satellite up-links, stationary or portable platforms; buoy and deployable telecommunications equipment.

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SAN JOSE, Calif. — The U.S. Federal Trade Commission's suit against Intel Corp. goes beyond the chip giant's behavior in the x86-based processor market.

The FTC is also warning Intel to change its alleged bad behavior with Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and Nvidia Corp. in the graphics chip market, according to one analyst.

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