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Fairchild introduces 10-bit universal bus transceiver.

Worldwide Computer Products News-14 February 2001-Fairchild introduces 10-bit universal bus transceiver (C)1995-2001 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com

The US-based semiconductor manufacturer Fairchild Semiconductor Corp has expanded its GTLP products portfolio with the 10-bit GTLP10B320 universal bus transceiver.

Designed for use in distributed local environments in backplane applications, the new product offers separate LVTTL inputs and outputs and a feedback path for diagnostics. Other features include operation at 3.3V and the provision of 50mA drive for the backplane environment.

Availability and pricing were not disclosed.

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Date:Feb 14, 2001
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