Focusing on analog and power functions that enhance user satisfaction and market success, Fairchild Semiconductor (NYSE: FCS) offers mobile handset designers an auto-selecting Hi-Speed USB switch with an integrated cap-free headphone audio amplifier.
Current solutions rely on the use of several discrete components such as a USB switch, two large 220oF capacitors and an external headphone amplifier.
Fairchild's FSUSB30 dual-port USB switch
helps solve one of the real challenges designers face with today's tiny handheld devices -- where the heck to put the connectors?
The FSUSB23 complements Fairchild's expanding line of high-performance USB switch
solutions providing the industry's best combination of wide bandwidth, high signal quality and compact packaging.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Automated test engineers now can significantly reduce switch system hardware setup time with the new National Instruments (Nasdaq:NATI) USB switch mainframes, which introduce plug-and-play switch control to the SCXI platform.
The four-slot USB switch mainframe includes an NI SCXI-1000 chassis, a USB adapter and a high-voltage analog backplane (HVAB).
Fairchild Semiconductor (NYSE:FCS), the fastest-growing supplier of analog switch solutions(1), announces the immediate availability of its new FSUSB11 -- a low power, high bandwidth, dual Single Pole/Double Throw (SPDT) USB switch
providing fast-switch-time multiplex/demultiplexing of analog audio and USB 1.