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The V78XX-500-SMT offers efficiencies of up to 96 percent and is designed to offer a high performance alternative to linear regulators. Unlike linear regulators, the V78XX-500-SMT series does not require a heat sink, making it ideal for applications where board space is at a premium and energy efficiency is a concern.

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The V78XX-500-SMT offers efficiencies of up to 96 percent and is designed to offer a high performance alternative to linear regulators. Unlike linear regulators, the V78XX-500-SMT series does not require a heat sink, making it ideal for applications where board space is at a premium and energy efficiency is a concern.

The S11028 series, with its active area of 1 mm x 1 mm, is available in three pixel counts (100, 400, or 1600 pixels). Each pixel contains a quenching resistor so that simultaneous photon events can be counted separately and with a high degree of accuracy. The devices feature typical gain values from 250,000 to several million, depending on the specific pixel number. They also feature high photon detection efficiency to UV and blue light, with peak sensitivity at 440 nm, making them ideal for scintillator readout.

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The S11028 series is ideal for a variety of applications, including positron emission tomography, high-energy physics, DNA sequencing, fluorescence measurement, nuclear medicine, point of care systems, drug discovery, medical diagnostic equipment and environmental analysis. Hamamatsu also offers a temperature controller which maintains the temperature inside the thermoelectrically cooled package at a constant level.

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Here are the top five online stories for the week beginning Sunday, June 14, as ranked by EE Times Europe readers, up to and including Friday, June 19. The ranking is based on the number of reader views” or hits” on a particular article.

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1) Interview with a workers’ representative ST-Ericsson's plan to lay off 146 workers in France and close the company's site in Caen, has been met with a strong reaction. Herve Renault, workers' representative at the workers' central committee there gives EE Times a viewpoint from the side of the workforce.

2) French workers strengthen the culture of protest Fear of unemployment is rising in France as recession takes hold. Strikes, riots and social unrest have gone to extremes as workers feel they are running out of options and, even worse, they have nothing left to lose, writes Anne-Francoise Pele .

Zocalo Tech, Inc. was incorporated in 2006 in Austin, Texas by founders of SpeedGate that provided a tool to partition RTL for FPGA prototyping. SpeedGate was acquired by Mentor Graphics in 2000.

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Another memory startup with roots in Australia has emerged in the marketplace.

The startup, called Qs Semiconductor Corp., came out of stealth mode on Wednesday (June 24) and said that it is developing a nonvolatile memory, based a carbon-silicon or silicon carbide (SiC) on silicon substrate technology.

The four-year-old startup is devising a 64-kilobit device, with eventual plans to produce a 1-gigabit product at the 65-nm node. The company is also in talks to develop its technology at SVTC Technologies Inc., an R&D foundry vendor.

''We're focused on storage-class memories and the hand-held market,'' said Bob Goodman, a semiconductor veteran who is president and chief executive of Qs Semiconductor (Sunnyvale, Calif.).

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