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Introducing the UMAC Miniature High Capacity Energy Device from Murata
The UMAC can be used as a secondary battery in the same way as a capacitor would traditionally be used, however the UMAC, energy device exhibits superior charge/discharge characteristics and an extended service life compared with conventional batteries.

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STMicroelectronics introduces the world’s first 3.4Gb/s active HDMI V1.3 equalizer


STMicroelectronics High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) product portfolio has recently been enriched with the introduction of the STDVE003A, a 3:1 HDMI equalizer IC.

It is the world’s first 3.4 Gbit/s active HDMI switch supporting true-HD displays of 16-bit deep colour (1080p).

The STDVE003A is compatible with the latest HDMI 1.3 standard besides the DVI 1.0, HDCP and I2C specifications.

It performs signal conditioning with a robust equalization scheme that allows signal recovery from long lossy cables at data rates of up to 3.4 Gbit/s. In addition to equalization, the chip includes a DDC buffer that eliminates any potential errors during EDID read from long capacitive cables.

The device also includes the HDP switch and has convenient pin-out for flow-through PCB design and is compatible with the most common HDMI switches available in the market today.

For more information on the full range of STMicroelectronics products available from Anglia please call +44 (0)1945 474747 or email

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This news article was originally published in April 2008.

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