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National Remembers Legendary Analogue Expert Bob Pease

National Remembers Legendary Analogue Expert Bob Pease
National Semiconductor have looked back on the accomplishments of legendary design engineer Bob Pease, who died June 18. During his 33 years at National, Pease received 21 patents and designed more than 20 integrated circuits.
22nd June 2011

National Semiconductor to Discuss and Demonstrate PCI Express Gen-3 Repeaters at PCI-SIG Developers Conference

National Semiconductor Corp. will showcase its industry-leading PCI Express® (PCIe) Gen-3 repeaters and will discuss techniques for extending the PCIe 1.0/2.0/3.0 link reach at the PCI-SIG Developers Conference at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara from June 22-23, 2011.
22nd June 2011

National Semiconductor Introduces Industry’s First 100V Half-bridge Gate Driver for Enhancement-mode Gallium-Nitride Power FETs

National Semiconductor Introduces Industry’s First 100V Half-bridge Gate Driver for Enhancement-mode Gallium-Nitride Power FETs
Highly-integrated Half-bridge Gate Driver Boosts Power Density and Efficiency in High-voltage Applications - National Semiconductor Corp. have introduced the industry’s first 100V half-bridge gate driver optimized for use with enhancement-mode Gallium-Nitride (GaN) power field-effect transistors (FETs) in high-voltage power converters. National’s new LM5113 is a highly-integrated, high-side and low-side GaN FET driver that reduces component count by 75 percent and shrinks printed circuit board (PCB) area by up to 85 percent compared to discrete driver designs.
20th June 2011


National Semiconductor Revolutionizes Design of Sensor Systems

National Semiconductor Corp. (NYSE:NSM) today introduced two configurable sensor analogue front-end (AFE) integrated circuits (ICs) with unique technology that work together with new tools to fast-track signal path designs for a variety of sensors from major global manufacturers.
9th February 2011

National Semiconductor Ships Industry’s First High-Definition Ser/Des with Content Protection for Automotive Infotainment Systems

National Semiconductor Ships Industry’s First High-Definition Ser/Des with Content Protection for Automotive Infotainment Systems
National Semiconductor Corp. introduced the industry’s first Ser/Des chipset with high-bandwidth digital content protection (HDCP) for automotive infotainment systems. The FPD-Link III chipset supports in-car distribution of protected video and audio content -- such as Blu-ray movies up to 720p resolution -- to create a home theater experience in the vehicle.
12th October 2010

National Semiconductor and Suntech Collaborate to Develop ‘Smart Panel’ Technology

National Semiconductor and Suntech Collaborate to Develop ‘Smart Panel’ Technology
National Semiconductor Corp. announced that it is collaborating with Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd. to develop “smart panel” technology, incorporating National Semiconductor’s award-winning SolarMagic™ power optimizer chipset into Suntech solar panels to improve the power output of solar systems.
5th October 2010

National Semiconductor Introduces LED Driver with Dynamic Headroom Control for Automotive LCD Backlight Applications

National Semiconductor Introduces LED Driver with Dynamic Headroom Control for Automotive LCD Backlight Applications
National Semiconductor Corp. announced the LM3492 LED driver with dynamic headroom control that accurately and efficiently drives current to two independently dimmable strings of LEDs. The LM3492, a member of National’s PowerWise® energy-efficient product family, maximizes system efficiency and reduces system complexity and cost in automotive LCD backlight applications
27th September 2010

National Semiconductor’s 65V Dual-Channel, Dual-Phase Synchronous Buck Controller Saves PCB Space in High Voltage Applications

National Semiconductor’s 65V Dual-Channel, Dual-Phase Synchronous Buck Controller Saves PCB Space in High Voltage Applications
National Semiconductor Corp. introduced the LM5119, a high voltage, dual-channel, dual-phase, synchronous buck controller with emulated current-mode (ECM) control. The LM5119 enables regulation of single or dual high-current voltages directly from inputs as high as 65V, simplifying high voltage DC-DC conversion and reducing PCB footprint by up to 50 percent versus alternative solutions requiring two conversion stages. The LM5119 features a unique combination of high performance, flexibility and ease-of-use for demanding telecommunication, automotive and industrial control applications that require accurate voltage regulation. The device expands National’s portfolio of high voltage synchronous buck controllers to address higher load currents.
22nd September 2010


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