MONTREAL, March 21, 2005
– LTRIM Technologies, an innovative leader in CMOS analog virtual components and laser fine tuning technologies, today announced that its LTR1761 Low Drop Out (LDO) voltage regulator virtual component intellectual property (IP) is fully validated and available for IBM 0.13um CMOS 8RF process technology.
“For SoC designers using IBM CMOS 0.13um CMOS process technology, LTRIM’s new LDO is a perfect complement,” said Guy Lemieux, President and CEO, LTRIM. “LTRIM IP offerings continue to track state-of-the-art geometries to give designers optimal performance in managing SoC power.”
The LTR1761 provides numerous features, including low quiescent current, high output drive, low output noise, a power-saving shutdown mode, a high power supply rejection ratio (PSRR), and a small footprint. The LTR1761 has a stable output voltage of 1.15V within the input range of 1.21 – 2.5V. The output current is 100mA maximum. The LDO provides advanced benefits for system-on-a-chip (SoC) designs; it increases circuit performance and reliability, and it reduces system costs by eliminating the need for external components. About LTRIM
LTRIM Technologies is a provider of high-end, high-performance power management CMOS analog virtual component solutions, which can be easily integrated into CMOS mixed-signal SoCs or offered as stand-alone analog chips. In addition, LTRIM Technologies has developed and patented a new laser fine tuning technology for standard silicon diffused resistors that further enhances analog block performance. More information on LTRIM’s products and services can be found at www.ltrim.com