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- TrEOS Protection: ESD protection without compromise - June 15, 2015
- New ESD protection diode for NFC antennas - June 1, 2015
- NXP's Discretes & Logic Selection Guides 2015 - January 19, 2015
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- ESD protection for USB 2.0 interfaces (pdf) (2013-02-07)
- Small-signal discretes for automotive (pdf) (2014-07-16)
- Discretes for portable devices and mobile handsets (pdf) (2013-09-04)
- Protect USB On-The-Go and the Vbus charger from ESD with just one device (pdf) (2012-04-25)
- Application guide: ESD protection (pdf) (2015-07-03)
- TrEOS Protection - ESD protection without compromise (pdf) (2015-05-05)
- PUSB3TB6 - Very compact ESD protection for six high-speed data lines (pdf) (2014-09-09)
- 300 W surge protection in a leadless, flat 2x2 mm package (pdf) (2014-05-21)
- Application Guide Common Mode Filter (pdf) (2014-05-01)
- High-performance, small form-factor devices protect the NFC antenna (pdf) (2014-01-29)
- NXP AEC-Q101-qualified ESD protection device PESD1LVDS (pdf) (2011-08-31)
- NXP ultra-low clamping ESD protection diodes PESD5V0X1U family (pdf) (2011-06-15)
- NXP HDMI signal-conditioning IC IP4786CZ32; Increased reliability for HDMI transmitters (pdf) (2011-04-13)
- Application guide: Flat-panel TV sets (pdf) (2012-03-13)
- Discretes Semiconductors Selection Guide 2015 (pdf) (2015-01-09)