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Press Releases from gaotek inc (6 total)

Gao Tek Inc. Introduces Arm Lpceb2000-A

For Immediate Release Gao Tek Inc. Introduces Arm Lpceb2000-A Toronto, ON – GAO Tek Inc. has Introduced a new ARM LPCEB2000-A. LPCEB2000-A is a core processing board design extends the basic feature of Philips LPC2131/2132/2138 which is based on a 16/32-bit ARM7TDMI-S microcontroller up to operate at 60MHz. With more advanced embedded peripherals and its extensible pin-headers on the edge, you have tremendous flexibility to extend the system to drive the most

Gao Tek Inc. Launches New Arm ATEBSAM7S

For Immediate Release Gao Tek Inc. Launches New Arm ATEBSAM7S Toronto, ON – GAO Tek Inc. has proudly launches a new ARM ATEBSAM7S .The 32-bit AT91SAM7S64 is based on a 1.8V ARM7TDMI core operating at up to 55 MHz. The ARM ATEBSAM7S features an integrated 64K byte flash and a 16K byte high-speed on-chip SRAM. The ARM ATEBSAM7S is an ideal migration path for 8-bit microcontroller users looking for additional performance and

GAO Tek Inc. Proudly Declares ATEB9200 Model: ARM ATEB9200

For Immediate Release GAO Tek Inc. Proudly Declares ATEB9200 Model: ARM ATEB9200 Toronto, ON – GAO Tek Inc. has announced a new ATEB9200. Atmel\'s AT91RM9200 SoC (System-on-chip) is built around the 200 MIPS ARM920T ARM Thumb processor with integrated 16K-byte instruction and 16K-byte data cache memories. The ATEB9200 Model: ARM ATEB9200 incorporates a rich set of system and application peripherals and standard interfaces in order to provide a single-chip solution for a

GAO Tek Inc. Announces LPCEB2000-S

For Immediate Release GAO Tek Inc. Announces LPCEB2000-S Toronto, ON – GAO Tek Inc. has announced a new LPCEB2000-S. LPCEB2000-S is an industrial-oriented processor board designed around Philips LPC2129/2114/2119/ 2124/2194 ARM7TDMI-S, 32-bit, 60MHz microcontroller. This LPCEB2000-S board has various peripherals which are accessible via pin-headers on the edge, which means you have tremendous flexibility to extend the system to interface with your peripherals. Users can embed this processor board in their designs

GAO Tek Releases Latest Improved GAO5856 ADSL2+ Tester

Toronto, Canada – GAO Tek Inc. is pleased to announce its latest, improved ADSL2+ tester, based on GAO2041, released as the GAO5856 ADSL2+ Tester. The ADSL2+ tester is a compact, easy-to-use, handheld instrument supporting various ADSL line standards and is especially useful for installation, maintenance and measurement. The tester provides a highly simplified process: operators need simply to write the configuration and set the measurement margin and parameters. A push

Work in Progress Monitoring using RFID

Toronto, ON, September, 2006 - The ability of any enterprise to effectively monitor it¡¯s manufacturing facility and ¡°work in progress¡± has been an elusive or costly endeavor. However, with the introduction of RFID technologies and its application to the manufacturing process such initiatives are now well within reach. RFID by its very nature has the ability to read tags or labels over distances and multiple or batches simultaneously. Other RFID initiatives