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Jun 17, 2008
Jacob Fainguelernt presented with DSP Educator Award for his extensive contributions as teacher, innovator and author
Jun 16, 2008
Highly integrated inputs save up to 60 percent of board space in a broad range of industrial applications
Jun 16, 2008
TI to provide hardware and software solutions for new RF4CE protocol
Jun 12, 2008
Fujitsu also selects TI's power management, BlueLink(TM) Bluetooth(R) and WiLink(TM) Wi-Fi technologies for first NTT DoCoMo FOMA(TM) phone with Microsoft(R) Windows Mobile(R) and 802.11 a/b/g
Jun 12, 2008
Most compact device supports up to 60 white LEDs for medium-sized LCD applications
Jun 10, 2008
Current feedback architecture delivers larger gains at wide bandwidths to maximize design flexibility
Jun 10, 2008
ADCs target industrial process control, medical instrumentation and more
Jun 10, 2008
Acquisition strengthens TI's growing analog business focused on solving customer design challenges
Jun 9, 2008
PowerWise DC-DC Converter Features ±1 Percent Output Voltage Precision, 95 Percent Peak Efficiency and Excellent Transient Performance
Jun 9, 2008
MSP430F5xx MCUs provide industry's lowest active power consumption, more memory and leading integration
Jun 9, 2008
Revenue expected between $3.33 billion and $3.46 billion
Jun 5, 2008
Q4 sales were $462 million, up 2% from Q3 of fiscal 2008 and up 1% from Q4 of fiscal 2007
Jun 4, 2008
Fast-relock transceiver makes system upgrades easier
Jun 2, 2008
15-W Class-D amplifiers operate from 24-V backlight supply and drive single-ended outputs
Jun 2, 2008
The OMAP35x SOM-LV uses high-performance, low-power ARM processors to reduce development time for medical and other embedded applications
May 29, 2008
Devices improve accuracy and reduce board space
May 27, 2008
Power supply controller supports half- and full-bridge topologies, achieves up to 97-percent efficiency
May 20, 2008
Students already demonstrating better understanding, increased engagement in the classroom