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<p> Mentor's results for the fiscal first quarter exceeded consensus analysts' expectations, which called for sales of $227 million and non-GAAP earnings of 18 cents per share, according to Yahoo Finance. </p>

Analyst sees flat April for global chip sales

Digi-Key is pleased to partner with Lattice in the distribution of their innovative programmable logic devices,” said Mark Zack, Digi-Key’s Vice President of Semiconductor Product.  Lattice will enable us to provide our global customer base with quality components, as we strive to maintain stock of the best in FPGA, PLD and power management solutions.”

We are excited to work closely with Digi-Key as Lattice continues to expand its global presence,” said Stacy Fender, Lattice Corporate Vice President of Worldwide Sales.  Digi-Key’s ability to quickly deliver Lattice’s products to design engineers around the world supports our commitment to meet the design needs of a diverse customer base through an extremely easy to use and flexible channel.”

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SAN FRANCISCO—U.S. regulators have declined to request additional information to investigate the proposed acquisition by Texas Instruments Inc. of National Semiconductor Corp., the companies said Monday (May 23).

The waiting period required under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976 expired without a request for additional information by the U.S. Department of Justice or the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, according to a joint statement issued by the two companies Monday. The waiting period required by the law is typically 30 days, though regulators may request additional time to consider review of a proposed transaction.

TI announced April 4 that it would buy National for $6.5 billion. The transaction still requires approval by National stockholders and regulatory clearance from seven non-U.S. jurisdictions, the companies said Monday. The companies expect the transaction to close by the end of the year.

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Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) has introduced four high-speed data converter products that support signal sampling rates necessary to accommodate multi-carrier radio platform requirements for 3G and 4G cellular infrastructure communication standards, including CDMA2000, UMTS/LTE, TD-SCDMA and TD-LTE.

The new products include the AD6649 and AD6643 IF diversity receivers and AD9643 and AD9613 high-speed A/D converters. They are optimized for pairing with ADI’s dual-channel ADL5202 VGA (variable gain amplifier), the AD6649 IF receiver to ensure that weak and strong incoming cell phone call signals are effectively received and processed. The VGA is directly controlled by the AD6649 which can use the 1-dB gain step resolution in a simplified AGC (automatic gain control) loop. The company reports that its new AD6649 IF diversity receiver is the industry’s first IF diversity receivers that can monitor the incoming signal power and adjust the VGA gain setting directly without the need for a microprocessor.  The AD6643 is a cost-sensitive model.

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Designed for wideband, multi-carrier wireless communications applications,  ADI's  AD9643 14-bit A/D converter features sampling speeds up to 250 MSPS. The AD9643 A/D converter features a multi-stage, differential pipelined architecture with integrated output error correction logic. The 12-bit, pin-compatible AD9613 A/D converter achieves sampling speeds up to 250 MSPS.

More Information: Product Data sheets AD6649 IF diversity receiver AD6643 IF diversity receiver AD9643 14-bit A/D converter AD9613 12-bit A/D converter

Some 35 students have already completed the course, which started this January.

The students' final projects included a gaming application featuring 'Hidden Markov Model Motion Detection,' a gesture recognition system for image manipulation, and a tilt-compensated compass with free-fall detection for aircraft use.

The next undergraduate course will start this coming September. In addition, a two-day postgraduate workshop devoted to Integrated Sensor Systems, also based on the iNEMO, will be held at McGill University May 16 and 17.

McGill University is a public research university that consistently is ranked as the top university in Canada. Its past students and professors include three astronauts, two Canadian prime ministers, three foreign leaders, and three Pulitzer Prize winners.

ST innovations have been recognized by the industry.

For mass storage, six ATA II 300MB/s interfaces supporting RAID 0/1/5/10 are provided. Expansion capability includes PCI-Express X16 and X4 slots, two PCI slots, one Mini-PCIe and one Mini-PCI sockets and a Compactflash socket.

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