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The user interface is supported by an enhanced graphics controller, USB interface for keyboard/mouse and audio system. With power consumption for handheld devices in mind, the CM-iTC offers on-board power management, and the system is approved for use in a wide range of temperature environments (from -40 to 85ºC).

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PARIS – Thales UK announced it has concluded a five-year contract with Lockheed Martin UK as part of the 25-year Integrated Merlin Operational Support (IMOS) program. Financial details remained undisclosed.

Under the terms of the contract, which covers the period April 2011 to March 2016, Thales said it will provide an availability-based support package for the acoustic sub-system for the Merlin Mk1 and MK2 helicopters developed by Lockheed Martin and operated by the Royal Navy. The Mk2 aircraft is due to enter service in 2013 and achieve full operational capability during 2014.

The five years of support calls for the replacement of the Thales sonics sub-system by a phased introduction of the Thales acoustic sub-system as part of the Merlin Capability Sustainment Program, which introduces a new common acoustic processor incorporating the latest processing technology.

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The Merlin’s acoustic sub-system comprises the Folding Light Acoustic System for Helicopters (FLASH) Active Dipping Sonar, combined with a sonics sub-system for sonobuoy processing. FLASH is the Royal Navy’s principal airborne sensor system for Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) and also equips the US Navy MH60-R ASW helicopters, French, Norwegian and Swedish NFH90s and is in service with the United Arab Emirates in the Cougar helicopter.

The FLASH sensor is designed for deep and shallow water ASW operations and is proven in worldwide littoral environments. FLASH is the most versatile ASW sensor for use in support of operations conducted by independent warships or task groups. The system is claimed to optimize mechanical performance (weight, volume) and acoustic performance (optimal frequency).   Thales said its naval business facility at Brest will continue to be the main sub-contractor for the FLASH Active Dipping Sonar sub-system.

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Texas Instruments Inc. said it is the first semiconductor company to receive certification from the USB Implementer’s Forum (USB-IF) for its SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.0) four-port extensible host controller (xHCI).

In addition to the four-port host controller, the TUSB7340, TI also achieved certification for its two-port host controller, the TUSB7320. Applications include notebooks, desktop computers, workstations, servers, add-in cards and ExpressCard implementations, as well as PCIe-based embedded host controllers for HDTVs, set top boxes and gaming console applications.    

PORTLAND, Ore.—STMicroelectronics NV claims to have extended the battery life of mobile devices with e-compasses with its a new MEMS that combines an three-axis accelerometer and a three-axis magnetometer in a single package. The new six-axis MEMS chip is claimed to cut power by 50 percent while boosting magnetic sensitivity by 30 percent.   The global demand for e-compasses will grow from $1.1 billion in 2010 to $1.9 billion by 2015, according to IHS iSuppli (El Segundo, Calif.). Most e-compasses are based on Hall-effect devices, but STMicro claims that its approach is lower power and less expensive to mass produce, resulting in lower power and increased sensitivity at a price of under $2.   According to STMicro (Geneva), its improved magnetic sensor eliminates the need for flux concentrators used by the more commonplace Hall-effect sensors offered by other e-compass chip makers. Instead, STMicro has made z-axis sensitivity equal to the sensitivity of the x- and y-axes, thereby eliminating the main source of measurement error in e-compasses in the presence of metal in buildings, automobiles, and other urban interference sources, as well as at higher latitudes which can throw off the Hall-effect, according to STMicro.   The super low-power six-axis MEMS chip measures five millimeters square and one millimeter thick and houses both a three-axis accelerometer and a three-axis magnetometer, all consuming about 360 microAmps. Boasting stability over both time and temperature changes, the LSM303DLM is pin-compatible with previous models for drop-in replacement.

SANYO Semiconductor Co., Ltd., has introduced a new 8-bit flash microcontroller (MCU) with USB 2.0 Full-Speed interface function and built-in DC-DC converter (step-up/step-down circuit) with selectable output voltages. The LC87F1864A device supports stable power supply, space-efficient and cost-effective designs in USB card reader products, such as IC cards.

The step-up circuit (charge pump) and step-down circuits (series regulator) incorporated in the LC87F1864A drive output voltage values of 5.0 V, 3.0 V and 1.8 V, or the alteration of output voltage settings via an external resistor, thus enabling stable power supply to peripheral devices. With the addition of a Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter (UART), the IC cards interface is fully compliant with ISO7816-3 standards. In addition to a wide variety of USB card reader products, the USB feature enables various types of data held on the IC card to be transmitted via USB to personal computers.

Housed in a SQFP48 package measuring 7 mm x 7 mm, the LC87F1864A device incorporates an on-chip debugger function, a 16-bit timer / counter (divisible by 8-bit timer with 8-bit pulse width modulation (PWM) possible), 64 KB read only memory (ROM) and 2 KB of random access memory (RAM).

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