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Dataquest said the memory segment is showing the strongest growth in 2000, with sales on a pace to increase by more than 60% over 1999. DRAM revenue is forecast to increase 58% to $37 billion in 2000 over 1999 revenues, said the research firm.

(See Oct. 3 story.)

ST. LOUIS — Celox Networks Inc., a network equipment startup, has contracted with IBM Microelectronics for an unusually broad set of services. IBM will supply custom ASICs, SRAMs and PowerPC processors, and will help Celox design line cards and controller cards for an Internet Protocol service switch the company hopes to introduce within a year.

LSI Logic (Milpitas, Calif.) is one of many companies looking for the right time to make the expensive jump to 300-mm manufacturing. Correctly executed, the move could reduce production costs per die for chip makers.

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(See Oct. 3 story.)

ST. LOUIS — Celox Networks Inc., a network equipment startup, has contracted with IBM Microelectronics for an unusually broad set of services. IBM will supply custom ASICs, SRAMs and PowerPC processors, and will help Celox design line cards and controller cards for an Internet Protocol service switch the company hopes to introduce within a year.

LSI Logic (Milpitas, Calif.) is one of many companies looking for the right time to make the expensive jump to 300-mm manufacturing. Correctly executed, the move could reduce production costs per die for chip makers.

Using the same circuit configuration at the RT that was used at the CO (Figure 2), the voltage requirement at the amplifier output will be the same as required at the transformer primary. For a 1:1 transformer a 15 V peak-to-peak signal is required. This means that a driver should be selected that is capable of handing this output swing at a peak current of 75 mA. Typically, this would result in a amplifier running from +12 and –12 volt supplies because +5 and –5 supplies do not provide sufficient range. If it is desirable to run the amplifier from +5 and –5 supplies, or perhaps from a single +12 volt supply, then the turns ratio would need to change to say 1:2. This would reduce the voltage swing from 15 volts to 7.5 volts and could then be accommodated within the smaller supplies. Of course the amplifier would now need to supply 150 mA of peak current.

After years of patient study (and with cricket there can be no other kind) I have decided that there is nothing wrong with the game that the introduction of golf carts wouldn't fix in a hurry. It is not true that the English invented cricket as a way of making all other human endeavors look interesting and lively; that was merely an unintended side effect. I don't wish to denigrate a sport that is enjoyed by millions, some of them awake and facing the right way, but it is an odd game. It is the only sport that incorporates meal breaks. It is the only sport that shares its name with an insect. It is the only sport in which spectators burn as many calories as players — more if they are moderately restless. It is the only competitive activity of any type, other than perhaps baking, in which you can dress in white from head to toe and be as clean at the end of the day as you were at the beginning.

(See Oct. 4 story.)

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ST. LOUIS — Celox Networks Inc., a network equipment startup, has contracted with IBM Microelectronics for an unusually broad set of services. IBM will supply custom ASICs, SRAMs and PowerPC processors, and will help Celox design line cards and controller cards for an Internet Protocol service switch the company hopes to introduce within a year.

LSI Logic (Milpitas, Calif.) is one of many companies looking for the right time to make the expensive jump to 300-mm manufacturing. Correctly executed, the move could reduce production costs per die for chip makers.

Using the same circuit configuration at the RT that was used at the CO (Figure 2), the voltage requirement at the amplifier output will be the same as required at the transformer primary. For a 1:1 transformer a 15 V peak-to-peak signal is required. This means that a driver should be selected that is capable of handing this output swing at a peak current of 75 mA. Typically, this would result in a amplifier running from +12 and –12 volt supplies because +5 and –5 supplies do not provide sufficient range. If it is desirable to run the amplifier from +5 and –5 supplies, or perhaps from a single +12 volt supply, then the turns ratio would need to change to say 1:2. This would reduce the voltage swing from 15 volts to 7.5 volts and could then be accommodated within the smaller supplies. Of course the amplifier would now need to supply 150 mA of peak current.

After years of patient study (and with cricket there can be no other kind) I have decided that there is nothing wrong with the game that the introduction of golf carts wouldn't fix in a hurry. It is not true that the English invented cricket as a way of making all other human endeavors look interesting and lively; that was merely an unintended side effect. I don't wish to denigrate a sport that is enjoyed by millions, some of them awake and facing the right way, but it is an odd game. It is the only sport that incorporates meal breaks. It is the only sport that shares its name with an insect. It is the only sport in which spectators burn as many calories as players — more if they are moderately restless. It is the only competitive activity of any type, other than perhaps baking, in which you can dress in white from head to toe and be as clean at the end of the day as you were at the beginning.

LSI Logic (Milpitas, Calif.) is one of many companies looking for the right time to make the expensive jump to 300-mm manufacturing. Correctly executed, the move could reduce production costs per die for chip makers.

Using the same circuit configuration at the RT that was used at the CO (Figure 2), the voltage requirement at the amplifier output will be the same as required at the transformer primary. For a 1:1 transformer a 15 V peak-to-peak signal is required. This means that a driver should be selected that is capable of handing this output swing at a peak current of 75 mA. Typically, this would result in a amplifier running from +12 and –12 volt supplies because +5 and –5 supplies do not provide sufficient range. If it is desirable to run the amplifier from +5 and –5 supplies, or perhaps from a single +12 volt supply, then the turns ratio would need to change to say 1:2. This would reduce the voltage swing from 15 volts to 7.5 volts and could then be accommodated within the smaller supplies. Of course the amplifier would now need to supply 150 mA of peak current.

After years of patient study (and with cricket there can be no other kind) I have decided that there is nothing wrong with the game that the introduction of golf carts wouldn't fix in a hurry. It is not true that the English invented cricket as a way of making all other human endeavors look interesting and lively; that was merely an unintended side effect. I don't wish to denigrate a sport that is enjoyed by millions, some of them awake and facing the right way, but it is an odd game. It is the only sport that incorporates meal breaks. It is the only sport that shares its name with an insect. It is the only sport in which spectators burn as many calories as players — more if they are moderately restless. It is the only competitive activity of any type, other than perhaps baking, in which you can dress in white from head to toe and be as clean at the end of the day as you were at the beginning.

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Using the same circuit configuration at the RT that was used at the CO (Figure 2), the voltage requirement at the amplifier output will be the same as required at the transformer primary. For a 1:1 transformer a 15 V peak-to-peak signal is required. This means that a driver should be selected that is capable of handing this output swing at a peak current of 75 mA. Typically, this would result in a amplifier running from +12 and –12 volt supplies because +5 and –5 supplies do not provide sufficient range. If it is desirable to run the amplifier from +5 and –5 supplies, or perhaps from a single +12 volt supply, then the turns ratio would need to change to say 1:2. This would reduce the voltage swing from 15 volts to 7.5 volts and could then be accommodated within the smaller supplies. Of course the amplifier would now need to supply 150 mA of peak current.

After years of patient study (and with cricket there can be no other kind) I have decided that there is nothing wrong with the game that the introduction of golf carts wouldn't fix in a hurry. It is not true that the English invented cricket as a way of making all other human endeavors look interesting and lively; that was merely an unintended side effect. I don't wish to denigrate a sport that is enjoyed by millions, some of them awake and facing the right way, but it is an odd game. It is the only sport that incorporates meal breaks. It is the only sport that shares its name with an insect. It is the only sport in which spectators burn as many calories as players — more if they are moderately restless. It is the only competitive activity of any type, other than perhaps baking, in which you can dress in white from head to toe and be as clean at the end of the day as you were at the beginning.

After years of patient study (and with cricket there can be no other kind) I have decided that there is nothing wrong with the game that the introduction of golf carts wouldn't fix in a hurry. It is not true that the English invented cricket as a way of making all other human endeavors look interesting and lively; that was merely an unintended side effect. I don't wish to denigrate a sport that is enjoyed by millions, some of them awake and facing the right way, but it is an odd game. It is the only sport that incorporates meal breaks. It is the only sport that shares its name with an insect. It is the only sport in which spectators burn as many calories as players — more if they are moderately restless. It is the only competitive activity of any type, other than perhaps baking, in which you can dress in white from head to toe and be as clean at the end of the day as you were at the beginning.

(See Oct. 4 story.)

The new survey indicates that the chip industry is willing to bet on a two-horse race for next-generation lithography. Last year, a similar survey of experts at Sematech's meeting showed a willingness to consider multiple technologies after previous efforts in 1997 failed to come up with a single winner.

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — In a move almost certain to raise a few eyebrows at Rambus Inc., Intel Corp. is validating its desktop-PC double-data-rate (DDR) chip set, the Almador, scheduled to be unveiled next year, according to memory companies currently supplying Intel.