JEDEC

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JEDEC

The division of the Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) that deals with semiconductor standards (officially, the JEDEC Solid State Technology Association of EIA). JEDEC was formed in 1958 when the Joint Electron Tube Engineering Council (JETEC) split into two Joint Electron Device Engineering Councils (JEDEC), one for electron tubes and the other for semiconductors. JETEC was the 1944 merger of the Radio Manufacturers Association (RMA) and the National Association of Electrical Manufacturers (NEMA), founded in 1924 and 1926 respectively. For more information, visit www.jedec.org. See EIA.
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These LEDs can be easily soldered using conventional surface mount techniques to minimize production costs, and the package is qualified to a Joint Electron Device Engineering Council (JEDEC) moisture sensitive level (MSL) rating of 2A.
5-W Envisium Power PLCC-4 series provide two significant advantages in the automotive production environment: They can be easily soldered using conventional surface mount techniques to minimize production costs, and the package is qualified to a Joint Electron Device Engineering Council (JEDEC) moisture sensitive level (MSL) rating of 2A.
Micron's Mobile DDR products exceed the current Joint Electron Device Engineering Council (JEDEC) standard and provide leading performance with shorter latency, higher speeds, full page burst, multiple addressing options, and according to leading customers, the industry's lowest standby current.
Operating at clock frequencies up to 230 MHz, the new device exceeds the Joint Electron Device Engineering Council (JEDEC) specification for the DDR400 standard.

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