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<p>As Corelis's press statement (on the left) notes, you can also use the JTAG Emulation Test software to provide test coverage of non-scannable devices, and even analog portions of a circuit. With some external equipment you can also do I/O port testing.</p>

CipherOptics has achieved what no other company has been able to do; provide a complete and comprehensive Layer 2 data protection solution that is highly scaleable, has advanced features and is easy to use and manage, meeting AT&T's requirement for a robust Layer 2 data security solution,” says Ron Howell, AT&T Senior Network Architect. Prior to this breakthrough, securing data as it moved across our customers' Layer 2 networks was limited to point-to-point solutions which did not easily scale, or required the additional cost and complexity of Layer 3 overhead. CipherOptics has filled a much requested security capability for AT&T and our customers' wired and wireless network needs.”

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SAN JOSE, Calif. &#151 Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. (SMIC) has announced a partnership with Cascade Microtech to provide RF wafer-level test services in China.

Chinese foundry provider SMIC has opened a new Design Service Open Lab in Shanghai to support mixed-signal RF chip development. Cascade Microtech and SMIC share the goal of offering open lab services to foster the development of advanced wireless RF chip in China.

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With this collaboration, RF designers in greater China will have access to the latest wafer-level RF testing technology. The lab will be equipped with high-performance, high-frequency measurement instrumentation, including Cascade Microtech's S300 300mm probe station and M150 150mm probe station, plus state-of-the-art RF probes. The probe stations are coupled with Agilent Technologies' PNA Series E8363D vector network analyzer.

Unterpremstaetten, Austria — austriamicrosystems says it has introduced the industry's first 10-bit magnetic rotary encoder IC with an operating ambient temperature of up to 150 degrees C. The AS5140H 10-bit encoder is fully qualified to AEC-Q100 making it suitable for harsh conditions in automotive as well as industrial, medical and communications applications.

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Due to an integrated voltage regulator the AS5140H operates at either 3.3 V or 5 V. Despite the wide ambient temperature range, no additional temperature compensation and calibration of the device is required, said austriamicrosystems.

With a resolution of 0.35 degrees, the AS5140H can recognize 1,024 positions within one 360° turn, accessible with either a serial or a Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM) interface. In addition, there are three differently programmable incremental outputs available to the user; one of these delivers a three-phase commutation signal for brushless DC motors, said austriamicrosystems.

The startup expects its VSP100 processor to be ready for mass production by June at a price of $5 to $6 in volume. The heart of the VSP100 is the 125-MHz ViViD media engine, which spins three DSP cores to churn through video, image and audio data. Custom instructions handle video acceleration, allowing the device to work on up to three macroblocks at any given time, the company said. For control and peripheral functions, engineers designed in a 150-MHz RISC core and several peripheral blocks from OpenCores.org.

The ViViD core supports Quarter Video Graphics Array (QVGA) resolution in real-time at 30 frames/second. Video postprocessing includes deblocking, deringing, scaling and rotation. An integrated LCD controller supports user-programmable resolution, timing and control, with up to 32-bit internal precision.

Because it employs parallel processing, the VSP100 operates at a low clock frequency and low power. The chip uses 25 to 50 milliwatts during video playback, and it supports three power modes: active, sleep and power-down. It also supports integration with mobile DDR-1 memory.

Vivace believes it can leverage its advanced video-processing capability to hold its own against a host of low-cost competitors in China, as well as some from Taiwan. Ussery said he will continue to highlight the VSP100's strength in real-time decode and downscaling as an attractive differentiator.

Putting video on many of today's existing devices sometimes requires transcoding, for which consumers use programs such as MPEG-4 Translator or proprietary software from multimedia player companies like Creative Technology. Transcoding can be an inconvenient, time-con- suming process. So Vivace may indeed strike a chord with system makers by enabling low-end players to keep to low-power budgets yet still accomplish on-the-fly decode of MPEG-4, H.264 or China's Audio and Video Coding Standard (AVS) with high-quality resolution, including D1 video, QCIF and QVGA.

LONDON — One of the U.K.'s oldest engineering groups, Laird Group, is set to focus on electronics technology following its decision to sell its security systems division to private equity group Lupus Capital for £242 million ($471 million).

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