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Articles Tagged with ''performance''

Silicon Labs launches industry’s lowest jitter clock family for Internet applications

 Silicon Labs, a leader in high-performance, analog-intensive, mixed-signal ICs, introduced the industry’s most frequency-flexible clock solutions offering industry-leading jitter performance for high-speed networking, communications and data center equipment serving as the foundation of today’s Internet infrastructure. 


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Vishay Intertechnology's new series of precision thin film chip resistor arrays

 Vishay Intertechnology Inc. introduced a new series of precision thin film chip resistor arrays featuring gold terminations for conductive gluing. Offering two integrated resistors on one substrate, the ACAS 0606 ATAU resistor array combines high-temperature operation to 155 °C with relative tolerance down to ±0.05 % and relative TCR down to ±5 ppm/K. 


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Gore releases new lightweight cable solutions with low insertion loss

 W. L. Gore & Associates Inc. (Gore) has introduced new GORE-FLIGHT™ Microwave Assemblies, 6 Series – lightweight cable solutions that deliver the lowest insertion loss before and after installation, ensuring reliable performance for the life of the system. The robust construction of these assemblies reduces total costs by withstanding the challenges of installation, reducing costly production delays, field service frequency, and the need for purchasing replacement assemblies. These lightweight assemblies improve fuel efficiency and increase payload.  


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VPG's new S series precision foil current sense resistors

 VPG announced that its Powertron resistor brand has introduced the first seven devices in its S Series of precision foil current sense resistors. Offering a TCR of ±2 ppm/°C — the industry's lowest for high-power current shunts — the SHR, SHS, SNR, and SPR devices provide power ratings to 80 W in a variety of epoxy packages. 


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