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chip set

(hardware)
A collection of integrated circuits that are designed to be used together for some specific purpose. E.g. control circuitry in an IBM PC.
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With its 16-channel architecture and 8192 time/frequency search taps, the chip set enables ultra-fast time-to-first-fix figures, higher sensitivity and faster position tracking.
The chip set consists of a digital signal processor (DSP) chip and a codec chip.
Utilizing the PRISM chip set allows us to develop wireless networking solutions that are more reliable, dependable and compatible with other WLAN hardware and software.
The Flash 700 CPU board chip set provides the control logic for a copyback cache and Wyde Bus interface, while the Flash 701 Error Detection and Correction (EDC) memory board chip set manages the memory interface to the Wyde Bus and controls the EDC logic.
The APIX chip set (transmitter and Receiver) doesn't require any content compression codec.
CHESS III chip set for aggregating, grooming and transporting 2.
Utilizing Fairchild's PowerTrench(R) MOSFET technology, the high-side "control" MOSFET (FDS6298) and the low-side "synchronous" MOSFET (FDS6299S) form a chip set providing increased current density and improved efficiency in synchronous buck converter applications.
Chairman and CEO, Jack Lin, reports today the completion of the first test of the company's new Power Line Communications (PLC) chip set for camera security systems.
IR's XPhase chip set is a scalable, distributed power architecture for today's advanced microprocessors.
Vitesse Semiconductor Corporation (NASDAQ:VTSS) today introduced the industry's first complete chip set for the IEEE 802.
The chip set is designed for high frequency, point-of-load (POL) designs where size, efficiency and thermal performance are critical design considerations.
The new chip set is suitable for high frequency, high current DC-DC converters used for next generation Intel(r) and AMD processors found in high-end desktops and servers, as well as advanced telecom and datacom systems.