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When asked by Vleeschhouwer to speculate on growth in the second half of 2010, all of the executives demurred, citing a lack visibility and uncertainty both in the electronics industry and the national economy. The audience was equally subdued and did not have any questions for the panel.

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When asked by Vleeschhouwer to speculate on growth in the second half of 2010, all of the executives demurred, citing a lack visibility and uncertainty both in the electronics industry and the national economy. The audience was equally subdued and did not have any questions for the panel.

The onboard PWM dimming feature can generate a dimming ratio of up to 255:1 via an external 0-5V analog voltage, which is compatible with most controller cards on the market today. SFDMD series modules operate at a high efficiency, 90%.

Pricing: Approximately $18 in 1,000-piece quantities.Availability: Delivery is typically four weeks ARO.

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SAN JOSE, Calif. — Intel Corp. has joined the patent aggregation service of RPX Corp. (San Francisco). The startup claims the move by the world's largest semiconductor company comes at a time when patent suits are on the rise.

Palm Inc. and four small software security companies also signed on to the service, bringing to 35 the number of members RPX has signed up since it was formed in November 2008. To date RPX has spent more than $200 million to acquire more than 1,300 patents and patent rights in areas including mobile, Internet search, telecommunications, networking, consumer electronics, and e-commerce.

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RPX uses those rights to defend its members against patent assertion and litigation by non-practicing entities (NPEs) also called patent trolls that buy and assert patents as their primary business. The startup claims NPEs filed 467 patent suits in the U.S. in 2009, up 30 percent from 2008.

Technology companies spent more than $3 billion on such suits in 2009, RPX claimed. RPX members pay annual fees ranging from $35,000 to $4.9 million depending on company size to get rights to the startup's portfolio.

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More than one out of every three of the cases filed in 2009 involved telecommunications companies, according to RPX. Ten of the startups members are in telecom.

Only one in every 10 of the cases last year was against semiconductor companies, but that number is expected to grow to rival telecommunications cases by 2015, according to RPX. Some industry observers dispute that forecast.

Analysts such as Craig Mathias of Farpoint Group are bullish on embedded Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi is settling in as being one of the few radios that really matter from very low power, expanding all the way out to the LAN and metro scale–and it's based one of the few global standards where we have we frequency bands available almost everywhere,” Mathias said.

PARIS — Mentor Graphics Corp. has acquired the Virtual Garage software suite from Freescale Semiconductor Inc. to expand electrical design scope.

Mentor Graphics (Wilsonville, Oregon) said it will integrate Virtual Garage software suite in its automotive industry product portfolio.

The Virtual Garage provides software solutions and services to the transportation industry to enable customers to adopt a systems engineering” methodology based on modeling and simulation, Freescale claimed. These systems engineering solutions help decrease traditional development cycle-time and cost, while improving overall system quality.

Virtual Garage is highly complementary to Mentor's CHS software for electrical systems design and wire harness engineering,” stated Martin O'Brien, general manager of Mentor Graphics Integrated Electrical Systems Division.

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