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In a Switched PCI architecture the first read request is retried but information about the read request is latched and initiates a read on the other bus-even though a read is already in progress.

The T-Buffer can also improve the image quality of moving objects with a technique called motion blur, Sellers said. Motion blur renders overlapping images on each frame for the object in motion to deliver a smoother picture. Iwanyc said this feature is subtle and may not be immediately noticed by end users.

Also highlighted will be a single-chip cable modem IC with a 43-Mbit/s 64/256-QAM video channel receiver, 30-Msample/s 10-bit A/D converter, 10-Mbit/s QPSK/16-QAM upstream transmitter and a 200-MHz 10-bit D/A converter; and an Octal 10/100 Base T transceiver with a DSP-based architecture, adaptive decision-feedback equalization, eight 125-MHz 6-bit A/D converters and eight 125-MHz D/A converters and line drivers.

Founded in Hong Kong, GET moved its headquarters to Mountain View, Calif., in 1998. The company has 1 million square feet of manufacturing capacity in Shenzhen, Dan Shui, and Panyu, China, Hong Kong, Tiujana, Mexico, and Mountain View. The company has 5,000 employees.

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The T-Buffer can also improve the image quality of moving objects with a technique called motion blur, Sellers said. Motion blur renders overlapping images on each frame for the object in motion to deliver a smoother picture. Iwanyc said this feature is subtle and may not be immediately noticed by end users.

Also highlighted will be a single-chip cable modem IC with a 43-Mbit/s 64/256-QAM video channel receiver, 30-Msample/s 10-bit A/D converter, 10-Mbit/s QPSK/16-QAM upstream transmitter and a 200-MHz 10-bit D/A converter; and an Octal 10/100 Base T transceiver with a DSP-based architecture, adaptive decision-feedback equalization, eight 125-MHz 6-bit A/D converters and eight 125-MHz D/A converters and line drivers.

Founded in Hong Kong, GET moved its headquarters to Mountain View, Calif., in 1998. The company has 1 million square feet of manufacturing capacity in Shenzhen, Dan Shui, and Panyu, China, Hong Kong, Tiujana, Mexico, and Mountain View. The company has 5,000 employees.

Most manufacturers in the wafer business ran in the red last year because of declining wafer prices, and Yoshizumi said the companies will probably continue to be in the red this year.

The goal of the consortium, which was announced two years ago and involves government, university and commercial groups, is to integrate optical interconnects between circuit-board chips in novel chip stacks” and develop a modular connection system between the packaged stacks, which would be mounted on printed-circuit boards.

Thus, military and aerospace systems can serve as the bellwether for some of the more-dramatic commercial systems coming online in the next decade. IC-streamlined versions of threat-detection systems are now deployed for military use while advanced automotive radar and drive-by-wire systems will be commercialized soon.

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Also highlighted will be a single-chip cable modem IC with a 43-Mbit/s 64/256-QAM video channel receiver, 30-Msample/s 10-bit A/D converter, 10-Mbit/s QPSK/16-QAM upstream transmitter and a 200-MHz 10-bit D/A converter; and an Octal 10/100 Base T transceiver with a DSP-based architecture, adaptive decision-feedback equalization, eight 125-MHz 6-bit A/D converters and eight 125-MHz D/A converters and line drivers.

Founded in Hong Kong, GET moved its headquarters to Mountain View, Calif., in 1998. The company has 1 million square feet of manufacturing capacity in Shenzhen, Dan Shui, and Panyu, China, Hong Kong, Tiujana, Mexico, and Mountain View. The company has 5,000 employees.

Most manufacturers in the wafer business ran in the red last year because of declining wafer prices, and Yoshizumi said the companies will probably continue to be in the red this year.

The goal of the consortium, which was announced two years ago and involves government, university and commercial groups, is to integrate optical interconnects between circuit-board chips in novel chip stacks” and develop a modular connection system between the packaged stacks, which would be mounted on printed-circuit boards.

Founded in Hong Kong, GET moved its headquarters to Mountain View, Calif., in 1998. The company has 1 million square feet of manufacturing capacity in Shenzhen, Dan Shui, and Panyu, China, Hong Kong, Tiujana, Mexico, and Mountain View. The company has 5,000 employees.

Most manufacturers in the wafer business ran in the red last year because of declining wafer prices, and Yoshizumi said the companies will probably continue to be in the red this year.

The goal of the consortium, which was announced two years ago and involves government, university and commercial groups, is to integrate optical interconnects between circuit-board chips in novel chip stacks” and develop a modular connection system between the packaged stacks, which would be mounted on printed-circuit boards.

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Most manufacturers in the wafer business ran in the red last year because of declining wafer prices, and Yoshizumi said the companies will probably continue to be in the red this year.

The goal of the consortium, which was announced two years ago and involves government, university and commercial groups, is to integrate optical interconnects between circuit-board chips in novel chip stacks” and develop a modular connection system between the packaged stacks, which would be mounted on printed-circuit boards.

The goal of the consortium, which was announced two years ago and involves government, university and commercial groups, is to integrate optical interconnects between circuit-board chips in novel chip stacks” and develop a modular connection system between the packaged stacks, which would be mounted on printed-circuit boards.

Thus, military and aerospace systems can serve as the bellwether for some of the more-dramatic commercial systems coming online in the next decade. IC-streamlined versions of threat-detection systems are now deployed for military use while advanced automotive radar and drive-by-wire systems will be commercialized soon.

HAYWARD, Calif–Etec Systems Inc. here today announced it has received a $14.2 million contract from the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for research into lithography and other military-semiconductor manufacturing and microelectronics technologies.

By the end of September, Jaco plans to add online ordering to its site, as well as the ability to check inventory. The company will also provide data sheets and online applications assistance. Until now, Jaco has only offered online big-ticket items like monitors for purchasing, Schwartz said.